Where you earn your degree matters. At Regis University, our health care programs sharpen your leadership skills and train you to work for the advancement of local and global health care. All of our programs provide academic advisors who are committed to your personal development as a health care leader, in an environment that supports, nurtures and mentors you every step of the way. Many of our health care programs are available online, during the evenings or every other weekend to allow you convenience in reaching your educational goals. Experienced Faculty Drawing from the prolific experience of Regis University’s faculty, you’ll learn how to provide high-quality, holistic care to your patients. Your faculty will work with you to understand complex problems and provide opportunities to apply your learning to the real world. Learn More Unique Learning Opportunities From service learning to innovation in teaching and learning clinical skills, Regis University is preparing exceptional health care providers equipped for today and the future. Some examples of our unique learning opportunities include: Service Learning As a student, you have the chance to make a difference in your community as part of the next generation of caregivers. Being educated comes with a responsibility to have an awareness of the world around you and to use your knowledge, skills and talents to make the world a better place. Simulated Health Center. At Regis University we use technology to allow students to simulate real-world scenarios in our Simulated Health Center. The center offers 12 rooms with high fidelity mannequins and is modeled to represent a full health center including hospital, outpatient, physical therapy and home care environments. Students put classroom lessons into practice, gain hands-on experience working as a member of a health care team, and hone the very skills that will enable them to move patient care forward. School of Pharmacy’s Team-Based Learning approach. Team-Based Learning (TBL) is a relatively new teaching method in the field of pharmacy education that has a widespread history of proven success in medical and business schools. Cultivate Health. This new initiative bridges several healthcare disciplines and offers students a variety of paths to enrich their education in the field. Cultivate Health is a unique partnership with adjacent neighborhood residents and nonprofit partners to promote health in the environments in which we live, work and learn. Global Health Pathway. The Global Health Pathway is a concentration available to selected students in the Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions who seek a rich, transformative experience learning about and working with diverse populations, whether locally or abroad. By integrating knowledge with action, Pathway students will gain invaluable insight into contemporary global health issues through course work, as well as global health service learning and clinical experiences in both local and/or international areas – all while satisfying their primary degree program requirements. Clear Paths for Transfer Students Due to the dynamic nature of knowledge within the health care sector, the number of credits that will transfer into your program of study varies. That’s why we’ve created these guides to help you. To learn more about our transfer credit requirements, available scholarships, steps to apply and more, click here.