In August 2011 Adventist University of Health Sciences launched a new Master of Occupational Therapy (OT). The two-and-a-half-year program has already attracted 28 students.
Two new resources in the R.A. Williams Library are helping students with research and memorization.
Students and employees kicked off the school year Monday, Sept. 12, 2011 at Adventist University of Health Science's convocation. The keynote speaker, President Greenlaw, focused his message on three things he'd like to see take place in students during their college years.
Adventist University of Health Sciences (ADU) is a Seventh-day Adventist institution that specializes in healthcare education. Its location next to Florida Hospital near downtown Orlando gives students access to unparalleled clinical opportunities in physicians' offices, imaging centers, rehabilitation clinics, and Florida Hospital's own world-class facilities.
The University's guiding philosophy, Healthcare as Ministry, is based on the idea that true wellness is not achieved through medical care alone, but through healing relationships that speak to peoples' minds, bodies, and souls. This philosophy underpins each course of our associate, bachelor's, master's, and online programs.