Allied Health

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Allied Health Programs will offer virtual appointments for students' Q&A as an alternative to face-to-face contact. Allied Health students should contact their advisors by email to make a virtual appointment.  Face-to-face services will only be available for students that have a matter that cannot be resolved virtually.

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Norfolk State University is funded through a $5million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) to establish a Master of Health Informatics in the Department of Nursing and Allied Health. Norfolk State University was one of 10 higher education institutions nationwide to receive this funding. The grant aims to strengthen U.S. public health informatics and technology efforts and expand the nation's public health workforce. A consortium has been developed to assist with internships and job placement opportunities. The two consortium partners are Virginia Department of Health (VDH) and Hampton Roads Community Health Center (HRCHC). 

If you are interested in learning more about the Public Health Informatics and Technology Workforce Development Program at Norfolk State University, please contact Dr. Marie St. Rose at mstrose@nsu.edu.


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We offer a Master's degree, a Bachelor of Science Degree, a Certificate, and Concentration in Health Services Management. The Concentration is available for students who are enrolled in Interdisciplinary Studies and are supervised and guided by their faculty advisors.  Also, available is a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Services Management with a Food Science and Nutrition Concentration.  This Concentration is available for students interested in pursuing dietetics and possibly becoming a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN).

The faculty will be working diligently to foster critical thinking and problem solving skills so that all students will excel in the classroom and in the work setting through a HSM internship at an approved health care facility, leading to a career in health services.  - Learn more