The School of Allied Health Professions has been awarded the “Geaux Upstate Technology Expansion” grant for $43,010 from The Noel Foundation, Inc.
The School of Allied Health Professions is comprised of seven academic programs, three post-professional residency programs for physical therapists who hold a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, and three specialized clinics: the Children’s Center which provides developmental and psychological testing and treatment for children, Mollie E. Webb Speech and Hearing Center which offers highly specialized speech and hearing care, and the Rehabilitation Clinic which provides state-of-the-art occupational, physical, and speech-language therapy.
Bachelor of Science in Cardiopulmonary Science (Respiratory Therapy)
Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Master of Communication Disorders (Speech-Language Pathology)
Master of Occupational Therapy
Master of Physician Assistant Studies
Master of Public Health (Joint Degree with LSU Shreveport)
Graduation for all three of LSU Health Shreveport’s professional schools will take place in a combined ceremony held at Centenary College’s Gold Dome. Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards will give the keynote commencement address.
At the conclusion of a national search, Sharon L. Dunn, PT, PhD, OCS, has been named the new Dean of the School of Allied Health Professions.