Blair College of Health
High tech. High touch.
The healthcare industry generates more new jobs from year to year than any other industry, a trend that is expected to continue through the next decade. Healthcare is increasingly complex, multidisciplinary and collaborative, with knowledge in the health sciences doubling every 18 months. State-of-the-science health education requires a multidisciplinary community of scholars.
The Blair College of Health is envisioned to provide such a venue within a private university environment and in Charlotte—the healthcare and sport sciences hub of the Carolinas.
The Blair College of Health Virtual Graduate Information Session
Tuesday, March 28 at 7:00 p.m. | Virtual via RingCentral
Join us for our virtual graduate information session. Find out more about our online graduate programs - Master of Health Administration, Master of Science in Nursing & Post-Master Nursing Certificates.
These programs are cohort and interdisciplinary-based, designed to accommodate the busy schedule of healthcare professionals looking to advance their careers and pay. 100% online! Students will learn from expert faculty currently employed in the healthcare field.
If you'd like to register or have questions, please contact Gary Gilleece (firstname.lastname@example.org, 704-337-2407). You will be emailed the virtual login information once you register.
Degrees and Programs
- Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Sports Science
- Bachelor of Science in Health Education and Promotion
- Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences
- Bachelor of Arts in Human Service Studies
- Bachelor of Science in Sport Management
Presbyterian School of Nursing
In the Queens Presbyterian School of Nursing, undergrad and grad students uphold a tradition of more than a century of excellence in the development of our current and future nursing workforce. With a steadfast mission of service, our students are prepared to commit themselves professionally to cutting-edge scholarship, exemplary, hands-on leadership and service within a global context.