Developing Leaders for the Advancement of Health Care

Whether you are just starting out or planning to advance your health care career, Regis University’s Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions (RHCHP) has a program for you. RHCHP comprises three schools: Nursing, Pharmacy, and Physical Therapy; and two divisions: Counseling and Family Therapy and Health Services Education.  You will be challenged to search for better solutions and to help build a better world.

Discover the Regis Advantage

  • A heritage and reputation that sets you apart. Established in 1877, Regis University embraces a Jesuit tradition of excellence in education and inspires students of all faiths and traditions to become leaders who serve their communities through distinguished professional work, and contributions to the improvement and transformation of society.
  • Flexible learning formats to fit your lifestyle. If you are entering a health care profession, we offer on-campus programs at our beautiful North Denver (Lowell) Campus. Some of these courses are offered in an accelerated format. If you are advancing your education, we offer online and/or on-campus, evening or weekend options to accommodate your schedule as a working professional.
  • Personal attention inside and outside of the classroom. All programs provide faculty 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.
  • Opportunities to learn beyond books and lectures. Service learning and clinical experience opportunities allow you to learn and grow outside the classroom within a diverse spectrum of local communities and facilities, but also in rural towns and even developing countries.
  • Real-world education from highly experienced faculty. Our faculty are experts in their respective health care fields and can blend both classroom theory with hands-on experience, enabling you to be well-versed in fundamentals, as well as cutting-edge technology and industry practices.