College of Nursing & Health Sciences
Hands-on experience has never been so important.
At Valdosta State, you’ll connect with the community in ways that few can, by literally holding the health and wellness of your patients in your hands. Here, you’ll learn to nurse, rehabilitate, condition, treat, and educate while realizing your passion for helping people in the fields of nursing, nutrition, athletic training, exercise physiology, and dental hygiene. Best of all, you’ll get field experience early in your undergraduate career, giving you a head start on successful career. Fulfill your dream of helping others and end your college search here.
School of Nursing
School of Health Sciences
Meet Dean LaGary Carter
All of the programs in the College of Nursing & Health Sciences at Valdosta State share a common theme of giving back to the communities we serve. Click below to meet Dean Carter and the students and faculty that make up our college.Letter from the Dean
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Athletic Training & Exercise Physiology
Our Health Sciences students get hands-on experience as early as their sophomore year, in the classroom, our Center for Exercise Medicine and Rehabilitation, and on the field in local communities. Come with eagerness, leave with experience.
Center for Exercise Medicine & Rehabilitation
The CEMR encompasses all preventive and therapeutic clinical series provided by the Athletic Training and Exercise Physiology faculty, staff, and students.More About The CEMR
METI Simulation Labs
Our state-of-the-art labs in the newly built Health Sciences and Business Administration building give nursing students an invaluable opportunity to practice their skills with simulated patient encounters and enhance their clinical judgment abilities.More About Nursing at Valdosta State
Health Sciences & Business Administration Building
You’ll practice your new skills under the guidance of talented, practicing faculty here, in a new building outfitted with exciting simulation and lab spaces that feature real-world screening, diagnostic and treatment equipment.More About The HSBA