Janeen Hill, Ph.D., Dean
Laura Glynn, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Research
Ky Kugler, Ed.D., Associate Dean of Undergraduate Student Affairs
Lynn Tierney, DPT, Associate Dean of Clinical and Instructional Faculty
The Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences offers high demand, high quality graduate programs in physical therapy, marriage and family therapy, communication sciences and disorders and physician assistant studies. These programs prepare tomorrow's healthcare professional to work as members of inter-professional teams, to incorporate technology in practice, to emphasize a bio-psycho-social perspective to understand health and disease and to inform professional practice with cutting-edge science. All programs in Crean College are distinguished by their commitment to engage graduate students in faculty-mentored student research, internships, problem-centered learning and clinical experiences.