Read the latest updates on UHart's response to COVID-19: hartford.edu/healthy-hawks.
The College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions prepares you to become an ethical, well-rounded professional in careers that help people live healthy and fulfilling lives.
Our customized curriculum will prepare you for a wide range of careers and post-baccalaureate programs in the education and health professions. Because clinical experience is included in all our programs, you will be actively involved in your field well before graduation.
Discover how your passion for making a difference can become a reality at ENHP.
Join us for a virtual open house and learn about the admission process, our 100+ academic programs, and support services. Choose from morning or afternoon sessions.
Explore ENHP's labs and learning spaces on our virtual visit page.
Opening in Fall 2021, our new building will include state-of-the-art facilities for ENHP students.
You’ll get a head start on your career in our undergraduate programs. Most have hands-on experience early in your program, helping you build your skills – and your resume. Our faculty can advise you on clinical placements and student teaching experiences that meet your career goals.
Take your career to the next level with our master’s and doctoral programs. Our alumni have advanced to leadership positions in school administration, higher education, and health care organizations. Whether online or on-ground, our programs will help you grow personally and professionally.
ENHP maintains relationships with prominent local, national and international partners to enrich the student experience. Because we are committed to positively impacting our communities, your education will be enriched by clinical experiences and collaboration with the College’s many partners.
Assistant Professor of Respiratory CareWhen COVID-19 suspended clinical training in area hospitals earlier this year, Griffiths had to get creative with clinical education. She worked with the American Lung Association to set up a virtual support group for patients with chronic lung disease called the "Better Breathers Club." Her respiratory students gained experience working with patients in the weekly support group, presenting educational sessions. Read More
Doctor of Physical Therapy Program
Josh Breighner '20 has developed the Water Strider, a device that allows children with cerebral palsy to play independently in the pool, as part of a research project with faculty members Sandra Saavedra and Donna Snowdon. Tests of the Water Strider have been so successful that Josh and the University have filed a patent application for it and hope to make it commercially available.Read more
Health Sciences Pre-Professional
Kieu-My Nguyen '20 is heading to medical school at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. As a student in UHart's honors program, she conducted research into concussion management practices and turned the research into a presentation to educate other students.Read More
Mikayla Pascucci '18, M'20 is a special education teacher at the Reggio Magnet School of the Arts in Avon, Conn. She has conducted research with UHart faculty on incorporating arts into STEM education and has presented her work at national conferences. Mikayla also used the skills she learned in her special education classes to serve as a job coach for her childhood friend Jamie Roland, who has Down syndrome.Read More
BS/MS in Prosthetics and OrthoticsMikaela Nelson '19, a graduate of our combined BS/MS program in prosthetics and orthotics, creates custom dolls with prostheses for children who have artificial limbs. She believes that all children should be able to play with dolls that look like them. Read More
The Institute for Translational Research is made up of four centers that promote the scholarship of engagement. The Institute’s initiatives “translate” scientific results into relevant outcomes for the community and the professions.