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    Nursing, Occupational Therapy and Social Work Receive 2022 rankings

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 College of Health and human services

The College of Health and Human Services inspires students to become strong, compassionate leaders who transform and improve the health and human services environment across the state, the region and the world. Led by engaged faculty and practitioners who are renowned in their fields, the College of Health and Human Services offers dynamic academic programs infused with applied learning and innovative research that prepare students for success. 


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Graduate Occupational Therapy Program Ranked #36 Nationally
U.S. News and World Report
Nursing Master's Program #68 Nationally, #1 in Northern New England
U.S. News and World Report
Master of Social Work Program Ranked #94 Nationally
U.S. News and world report
Recreation Management and Policy B.S. Program #1 in New England
College Factual
96% Student Success Rate
CHHS students employed or enrolled in further education within 6 months of graduation

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