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Students who wish to pursue a career as a speech-language pathologist will benefit from the coursework in the communication sciences and disorders program. Students will be equipped with the skills and knowledge they need to work in schools, hospitals, clinics, research institutions, private practices, and more.
Working nurses who are looking to advance their careers with more responsibility and leadership roles can pursue an MSN degree at Elmhurst University. Students are able to choose the concentration that best fits their personal goals and needs: Nurse Administrator, Clinical Nurse Leader, or Nurse Educator.
The Master’s Entry in Nursing Practice degree is designed for students who have completed a bachelor’s degree in fields other than nursing, who wish to pursue a career in nursing. The coursework will give students an advanced degree in nursing and give them the skills and knowledge they need to become a registered nurse.
The OT program at Elmhurst University combines academic coursework, service learning, practical field experience, and collaborative research. All of these pieces combine to prepare students to graduate and practice as an occupational therapist.