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  • EMBA
    The Executive MBA program is designed for mid to senior level managers. Our students learn to understand the tools of business from a management and leadership perspective. Students come from many organizations including government corporations, nonprofit institutions and health care professions. Our nationally recognized faculty delivers quality instruction that capitalizes on your existing career and experience. Contact School of Management at som@twu.edu  for additional info.
  • Health Care Administration
    The Masters degree program in Health Care Administration prepares graduates for management positions in a variety of firms and organizations that comprise the health services industry. These organizations can include hospitals, clinics, physician practices, ambulatory surgery centers, and managed care settings. Contact MBarnes5@mail.twu.edu
  • Nursing (College of)
    The College of Nursing offers the Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral degrees at the Houston Center.The bachelors degree prepares students to begin the professional practice of nursing. The masters degree prepares professional nurses for leadership roles in the delivery of health care and the promotion of health. The doctoral program is designed for nurses who have developed a specialty clinical expertise. Contact our Houston Advisor,  Victoria Lewis at VLewis4@twu.edu
  • Nutrition & Food Sciences (Department of)
    The Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences - offers masters degrees in Nutrition. In addition the combined Masters and Dietetic Internship prepares students to be Registered Dieticians. Contact nfs-houston@twu.edu.
  • Occupational Therapy (School of)
    The School of Occupational Therapy offers the entry level Master of Occupational Therapy, Master of Arts and Doctoral degrees in Occupational Therapy. Contact ot@twu.edu.
  • Physical Therapy (School of)
    The School of Physical Therapy offers coursework leading to two separate graduate degrees. The professional Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree is designed for individuals with baccalaureate degrees who want to become physical therapists. The PhD degree is offered to individuals with a professional degree in physical therapy to prepare them for a future in education or research. Contact PT@twu.edu.

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