Cox College offers competitive interprofessional research and graduate studies degrees which enable students to supplement their overall learning experience and/or maximize their health care education at a master’s level and beyond. This program reinforces the Cox College commitment to providing excellence in health care education at all stages of a professional’s career path.
Our Undergraduate Nursing program prepares students for the complex decision making skills and ethical values nursing professionals must possess in today’s health care landscape. This program includes ASN, BSN and RN degrees.
Master of Science in Nursing
The Graduate Nursing programs further prepares registered nurses who have professional knowledge and experience in leadership, advanced practice and education. The programs build upon a foundational baccalaureate education by providing opportunities for professionals to develop expertise in the role family nurse practitioner (FNP), psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner, or nurse educator (NE).
Radiologic Sciences and Imaging (RSI)
Cox College’s Radiologic Sciences / Diagnostic Imaging Program is designed to provide students with a quality educational environment that promotes professionalism, effective communication skills, critical thinking skills, and imaging skill set within the areas of Diagnostic Imaging.
Cox College’s Medical Assisting program is designed to provide students a quality educational environment that promotes professionalism, effective communication, critical thinking and specific skill sets within the chosen areas of study. The Medical Assisting department encourages students to become active learners through a variety of learning experiences.
Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT)
This program places students first while fostering clinical and experiential reasoning that is informed by scholarship and service in interdisciplinary and multicultural settings to meet the demands of local and global societies.
The Nutrition Diagnostics Department offers two tracks with a concentration in nutrition diagnostics that are designed to meet the eligibility requirements for the registration examination for dietitians. A third Master of Science degree-only track with a concentration in nutrition diagnostics is available as well. Nutrition diagnostics is an integrative, person-centered approach that allows for comprehensive assessment and treatment of nutrition-related health problems.
It’s my belief the Cox College Dietetic Internship program gave me an edge in the realm of clinical nutrition. This edge led me to obtain a job at a local hospital even before I graduated.
Adam Pruett, Director of Health and Wellness2008 MNDI Graduate
The students here do not see me as a woman of color, but strictly because they value what I have to say. That has changed everything. I wake up every morning somewhere where I want to be. I feel like it is another opportunity to be with people I enjoy being around without cultural challenges.
Fotine W.MSOT Student
The instructors have been very supportive and I feel that I have received a superior
education for my time and money