Choose Your Path

No matter which career path find yourself in, NSU's programs can help you take that next step so you can dominate your field. You’re ready – and we’re ready to help.

Cardiovascular Sonography (B.S.-CVS)

Gain a competitive advantage in the health care field by studying two of the most sought-after specialties: cardiac and vascular sonography.

Speech Language Communication Disorders (B.S.)

Become an integral part of the health care community by serving those with speech and language disabilities in a variety of settings.

Anesthesia (M.S.)

Play a vital role in the anesthesia care team, ensuring that patients receive the quality and compassionate care they deserve.

Counseling (M.S.) - Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Provide a valuable service by helping others navigate the challenges in their daily lives.

Counseling (M.S.) - School Counseling

Learn how to address the academic, career, and personal/social needs of students by helping them get on the right path to a successful future.

Criminal Justice (M.S.)

Master the skillset that law enforcement professionals need to become the next link in the chain of command.

Developmental Disabilities (M.S.)

Empower some of the millions of children and adults who have one or more developmental disabilities by helping them lead full, active lives.

Family Nurse Practitioner (M.S.N. – A.P.R.N.)

Make a true difference in your community by providing primary care for a diverse population with a full range of medical needs.

Speech-Language Pathology (M.S.)

Be the one who helps patients master their communication. Become a leader in communication health.

National Security Affairs (M.S.)

Secure our future by learning to plan for a matter of situations and understanding how to meet them head-on.

School Psychology (Psy.S.)

Use your expertise in mental health, learning and behavior to help children and adolescents succeed academically, socially, behaviorally, and emotionally.

Occupational Therapy (O.T.D.)

Help redesign people’s lives and environments, so they can function to their maximum in their daily occupations and activities.

Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.)

Practice the art of compassionate healing, listening to your patients, and focus on an integrated whole-person approach to health care.

Physical Therapy (D.P.T.)

Serve your community as a confident, capable, and caring physical therapist by getting hands-on experience in and out of the classroom.