The Panuska College of Professional Studies is an academic motivating force to the pride, passion and promise of our Jesuit Catholic tradition and mission. Our undergraduate and graduate students choose the professional programs housed in PCPS because of its celebrated liberal arts tradition and commitment to hands-on, original research and our service learning component to each academic program. PCPS students know they'll work hard and that their uncommon efforts will be personally, academically and professionally rewarding.
Our exceptional students and dedicated faculty in Community Health Education / Health Promotion, Counseling and Human Services, Education, Exercise Sciences and Sport, Human Resources, Health Administration, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy engage in a four-year intellectual conversation on the undergraduate level. This undergraduate journey begins in a traditional classroom and extends into field work, internships, the laboratory and clinical work the community and the farthest corners of the globe.
Our graduates utilize theory and practice and graduate with the knowledge and experience to promote social justice in the community and the global community. Graduates of our programs have a well-deserved reputation of being prepared to meet the demands of a rapidly changing educational and health care system.