Johnson Beth-El Fall 2020
The Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences will re-open July 27, 2020 to assist students and visitors. This is part of UCCS’s phased approach to return to campus. Offices will be open, with limited staffing, from 8am to 5pm, Monday-Friday. All students, faculty, staff, and visitors are required to wear face coverings in all common indoor areas, as well as in outdoor areas where social distancing cannot be maintained.
Please observe all signage and floor decals displayed throughout our facilities to ensure adherence to campus health guidelines. You may also review our College Reopening Protocol which provides more information regarding shared spaces/equipment usage, cleaning protocols, and other guidance for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. This plan will be updated as necessary.
Meet the challenges of a rapidly changing healthcare landscape through a flight of innovative programs that include education, practice, research and service. Work closely with highly qualified faculty in the classroom, laboratory and clinical settings to develop the hands-on skills needed for a career as a healthcare professional. We're confident you'll be ready to tackle any challenge.
We’re leaders in our fields, so you’re better prepared to be a leader in yours.
We want you to reach your goal, which is why we offer exactly what you need to succeed: innovations in teaching and research, hands-on learning, and knowledgeable and experienced faculty. We also are expanding our facilities, featuring the brand new Hybl Sports Medicine and Performance Center, set to open in 2020. Our facilities, including the soon-to-be-built Hybl Center, offer broad opportunities to students in the realms of medical practice and athlete care.
Innovative and established programs to fuel your success
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Be well-prepared to pursue advanced professional healthcare careers in medicine, dental, occupational and physical therapy or medical research. Featuring a foundational, science-based curriculum, the Human Physiology and Nutrition program offers a flexible degree program which allows you to utilize electives to enhance your education with curricula to map to your career initiatives.