School of Health Professions
Graduate programs in physician assistant studies, occupational therapy and public health as well as undergraduate programs in nursing, health science and public health are designed to help meet the growing demand for skilled and caring health care providers.
A two-year program, blending face-to-face and online instruction, enabling registered nurses to become baccalaureate prepared.
A blended campus program between partner schools SBU and Jamestown Community College in which students earn an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing from JCC and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from SBU.
A nationally recognized major preparing you for immediate employment in the public health sector or graduate studies.
Preparation for positions in health promotion or graduate studies
A 28-month professional degree program that prepares you for certification and a rewarding career as a PA.
A 23-month professional degree program that prepares students academically and professionally for responsibilities and services as an occupational therapist.
A 42-hour program that prepares students with a bachelor of science degree for rewarding careers as leaders in the public health sector.
Consider our early assurance in public health opportunity
Our Early Assurance in Public Health program enables qualified high school seniors who enroll in an undergraduate Bachelor of Science program to have a reserved seat awaiting them in our Master of Public Health program upon completion of their undergraduate studies. To learn more, click here.
Modern, state-of-the-art facilities
St. Bonaventure's historic Francis Hall, home of the School of Health Professions, underwent a comprehensive $18 million renovation project in 2020-2021.
Built in 1951 to house seminarians attending St. Bonaventure, Francis Hall has been retrofitted over the years to serve a number of university needs, from student housing, classrooms and auxiliary dining facilities to offices for various departments.
Its transformation into a home for the School of Health Professions is the biggest, most dramatic transformation to date. The months-long project included major exterior renovations as well as the gutting of interior spaces in order to construct classrooms and labs geared specifically for health-related programs.
Three floors of the building are now utilized for the School of Health Professions.
The garden level includes a new physical diagnosis lab — 3.000 square feet of space that includes three exam rooms, 20 clinic exam tables, and inpatient hospital style beds. This level also includes student locker rooms, laundry facilities and a student breakout room.
The main floor houses academic offices and instruction space including modern, high-tech classrooms with computers, microphone and speaker systems, high-end web cameras, projectors and TV displays, and a number of group study spaces with TVs as well as laptop and wireless connections. There is enhanced WiFi throughout the facility.'
The renovation project also included improvements to approximately 125 student residence rooms on the building's upper floors.
Oct 04, 2021 | The Franciscan Institute at St. Bonaventure University has been awarded a $5,000 grant from the Galasso Foundation to provide Franciscan mission-based leadership training to faculty and students in the School of Health Professions at the university.
Sep 14, 2021 | In U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 college rankings released Monday, St. Bonaventure is ranked among the nation’s best college values. SBU ranks No. 5 on the list of Best Regional University Values in the North, an 11-state region from Maryland to Maine.
Sep 09, 2021 | Darla Kent, clinical assistant professor of occupational therapy, and Suzanne Marasco, assistant professor of occupational therapy, have been accepted into the New Educator Mentoring Program (NEMP) of the American Occupational Therapy Association’s Academic Education Special Interest Section (AESIS).