Kitty Krieg, Ph.D., Dean
Brian Rash , Ph.D., Associate Dean
The School of Arts, Sciences and Health Professions (ASHP) at Our Lady of the Lake College (OLOL College) provides foundational general education and prerequisite courses for both pre-clinical and non-clinical students as well as a variety of associate, baccalaureate and master level degree programs. Associate of Science (A.S.) degree programs include Arts and Sciences; Physical Therapist Assisting; Radiologic Technology; and Respiratory Therapy. Baccalaureate (B.A., B.S.) degrees offered include Biology (with concentrations chosen from general biology and,pre-professional human medicine), Clinical Laboratory Science, Health Sciences completion, and Liberal Studies (with concentrations chosen from English, Psychology, Sociology and Religious Studies). The School also offers a Master of Medical Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies and a Master of Health Administration degree in Health Administration . The content of all courses in the School of Arts, Sciences, and Health Professions is organized and presented in a manner that facilitates continued academic growth and progression through the College experience to prepare students for academic and professional challenges.
Goals and Objectives for the School of Arts, Sciences, and Health Professions
Arts, Sciences and Health Professions Courses
General education courses and many degree programs in the School of Arts, Sciences, and Health Professions are offered in fall, spring and summer semesters according to the published academic calendar. The schedule of clinical programs varies according to the requirements of each program. Students should check with the directors of individual programs to ascertain class meeting times and clinical rotation schedules.
Students enrolled in a distributed learning program offered through the School of Arts, Sciences, and Health Professions must adhere to the same curricular guidelines as those enrolled in traditional on-campus programs as presented in this catalog.
Departmental Contacts for Associate of Science Degrees
Departmental Contacts for Baccalaureate Degrees
Departmental Contacts for Master's Degrees