The College of Nursing and Health Sciences prepares diverse healthcare professionals who are collaborative providers and leaders in the delivery of high quality, accessible, culturally-competent and compassionate care.

School of Nursing

The School of Nursing is comprised of the Traditional BSN program, the Educational Advancement for Registered Nurses (EARN) program, the graduate MSN program that is shared with Auburn and the MS in Healthcare Informatics and Leadership.  The faculty are well prepared academically and experientially  to provide innovative pedagogy and a dynamic curriculum that is responsive to the local and global communities.  

Medical and Clinical Laboratory Sciences

The Medical Laboratory Science program at Auburn University at Montgomery was established in 1977.  Every faculty member holds certification through the American Society for Clinical Pathology.  The four faculty have over 90 years of combined experience in the field of Medical Laboratory Science.   The experienced faculty teach skills and theory in the areas of clinical chemistry, clinical hematology, clinical immunohematology, and clinical microbiology to help students become successful Medical Laboratory Scientists.

 

Communication Disorders

The AUM Communication Disorders program was established in 1976 and is comprised of two academic faculty and four clinical faculty members, which all hold certification by the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association and licensure via the Alabama Board of Examiner’s in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology.  The academic faculty teach the theoretical perspectives for both development and disorders, while the clinical faculty directs the student’s implementation of this knowledge for the remediation of speech, language and hearing disorders within the river region.