The College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) offers professionally recognized and accessible undergraduate and graduate degree programs that are nationally and globally relevant, and responsive to changing health care and human service needs in the state and region. The College achieves excellence through informed and effective teaching in its degree programs, community partnerships, and professional activities and research to advance science and practice in the health and human services professions.
The College of Health and Human Services consists of these schools/departments:
- Exercise Science, Health and Fitness Concentration, B.S.
- Exercise Science, Pre-Professional Concentration, B.S.
- Exercise Science, Strength and Conditioning Concentration, B.S.
- Health Systems Management, B.S.
- Neurodiagnostics and Sleep Science, B.S.
- Nursing, B.S.N.
- Nursing, RN-to-BSN, B.S.N.
- Public Health, B.S.P.H.
- Respiratory Therapy, B.S.R.T.
- Social Work, B.S.W.
Graduate Early Entry Programs
- Athletic Training, M.S., Early Entry
- Gerontology, Graduate Certificate, Early Entry
- Health Administration, MHA, Early Entry
- Health Informatics and Analytics, M.S., Early Entry
- Health Informatics and Analytics, Graduate Certificate, Early Entry
- Kinesiology, M.S., Early Entry
- Nursing, MSN, Early Entry
- Public Health, MPH, Early Entry
- Respiratory Care, M.S., Early Entry
See the About the University section of this Catalog for details about program accreditation.
Technical standards define the attributes that are considered necessary for nursing to possess in order to complete their education and training, and subsequently enter clinical practice. These technical standards are prerequisites for entrance to, continuation in, and graduation from a student’s chosen program in the College of Health and Human Services at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Students must possess aptitude, ability, and skills in four areas: Psychomotor (coordination/mobility); Senses (visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory); Communication (verbal, nonverbal, written); and Behavioral/Social Attributes.
The technical standards described by the student’s chosen program are critically important to the student and must be performed by the student. Contact specific programs for detailed technical standards. Documentation of any disability is accomplished through the University Office of Disability Services.
Foreign Language Requirement
There is no foreign language requirement for undergraduate students enrolled as majors within the College of Health and Human Services, although it is highly recommended for students to become proficient in a second language.