Family and Community Health

The Department of Family and Community Health (FCH) is comprised of faculty members with expertise in community/public health, pediatrics, psychiatric mental health, family health, and women's health. FCH faculty members play a key role in the education of students in entry-level options (Bachelor of Science in Nursing [BSN] and Master’s-Level Entry-Into-Nursing Program [MSN-E]) and graduate-level specialty options (MSNDoctor of Nursing Practice [DNP] and Doctor of Philosophy [PhD]). Areas of faculty expertise encompass all aspects of education, research, and practice.

MSN Specialties Taught by FCH Faculty

DNP Specialties Taught by FCH Faculty

Additionally, the Interprofessional Program for Academic Community Engagement (IPACE), is managed through the department.

Susan M. Wozenski, JD, MPH
Chair, Family and Community Health

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