Communication sciences and disorders is the profession devoted to helping people overcome disorders of speech, language and hearing. Learn more about communication sciences and disorders.
Health management and policy prepares students to pursue leadership roles within the largest and fastest growing sectors of the economy: health care administration, public health and health policy. Learn more about health management and policy programs.
Human Development and Family Studies supports individuals and families across the lifespan in communities and society through interdisciplinary research, teaching and service.
Kinesiology generates and applies knowledge about the role of physical activity in the advancement of health in society. Explore its five options: Athletic Training, Exercise Science, Outdoor Education, Health and Physical Education and Sport Studies.
The Department of Nursing faculty believe that learning is a creative process wherein students are active participants in their education, growth, and development as professional nurses.
Occupational therapy enables people to participate in daily life activities including leisure, work, self-care, and home management. Learn more about occupational therapy programs.
The Department of Recreation Management and Policy educates future professionals for meaningful careers helping individuals and communities through recreation and leisure experiences. Learn more about programs offered by the department.
Social work encompasses the professional foundation of social work policy, practice, and human behavior within the context of social justice and diversity. Learn more about social work programs at CHHS.
Heidi McBain, Occupational Therapy graduate student, helps to bring music back into the life of a traumatic brain injury survivor at the Krempels Center.
Social Work alum, Audrey Clairmont, is a lead clinician at Choices, a new treatment program for adolescents battling substance abuse addiction.
Kerry Kazura, Human Development and Family Studies associate professor, recently spoke to the Concord Monitor about children with parents in prison.
NEW! Now accepting applications for January 2017.
The Institute on Disability's Andrew Houtenville is featured in a Fortune magazine article that highlights recent good news for people with disabilities.
OT Professor’s Assistive Technology Solution Recognized by President Barack Obama
Jeff Carter '19 is going to be a nurse. The fact that he’s a 6-foot-3, 275-pound offensive lineman on the UNH football team just makes his story more interesting.
The event "Shaping the Future: Leadership & Public Policy in Health Care" brought together students, alumni & external health & human service partners to discuss these important topics.
The CHHS family is mourning the loss of our friend and colleague Neil Vroman.
UNH has established a fund in memory of Neil. Contributions can be made here:
Neil B. Vroman Memorial Fund
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