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Adding about 40 new students each semester, the Health Sciences program has a total enrollment of 154 this fall. Designed for part-time and working students, the program had 40 students graduate in May.
Health Sciences holds classes in fall, spring and summer semesters, and new students are accepted each semester. Dr. Javis Knott, assistant professor and program director, said interest in Health Sciences continues to grow, so much so that when the registration period ends for one semester, prospective students are already set to enter the next semester.
Knott said the school's new Master of Health Sciences program actually is helping to drive that interest. In fact, this fall's total enrollment represents an increase of 29 students from a total of 125 students a year ago.