About School of Health Sciences & Education

School of Health Sciences & Education

Truman students seek depth and breadth in their studies, and the programs in the School of Health Sciences and Education (SHSE) allow our students to discover connections across a wide range of endeavors.

We prepare intellectual and curious students for careers in:

Many of our graduates enter medical school, teach abroad, begin private practices, and devote their talents and energies in various ways to making the world a better place.

All of our programs are based on a solid foundation in the liberal arts and sciences. That foundation, coupled with the specific professional preparation you will receive in our programs, will serve you well in whatever path you take in life.

School of Health Sciences and Education Newsletter

Our students and faculty are doing greats things in this lively community of learners. Read the latest edition of our SHSE newsletter to see how they are using their intellectual pursuits to make a difference in the world.

Language and Literacy Conference

We share a passion for learning and like to share knowledge through events like our  Annual Language and Literacy Conference. Students, local teachers, practitioners, and alumni attend the conference to develop their skills so they can help improve children’s reading and writing achievement.

Contact Us

School of Health Sciences and Education
Violette Hall 2300
100 East Normal Avenue
Kirksville, Missouri 63501-4221
(660) 785-4383
Fax:  (660) 785-4668
shse@truman.edu

New Director Named for OSRNew Director Named for OSR

February 12, 2018

Jessica Colpoys, assistant professor of animal science, will serve as the director for the Office of Student Research for a three-year appointment, effective May 1, 2018.

Graduating Students Invited to Honor High School EducatorsGraduating Students Invited to Honor High School Educators

February 12, 2018

The James and Margaret Mudd Teacher Recognition Scholarship at Truman provides graduating students with the opportunity to honor an outstanding high school teacher who made a transforming impact in their life.

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