Health care and health-related fields are seeing some of the fastest employment growth in the nation. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, by 2029 healthcare support occupations are expected to grow by 22.6%, and healthcare practitioners and technical occupations are expected to grow by 9.1%. It will require all of these healthcare professionals and medical doctors to address the worlds' greatest public health crisis in this century.
Explore a career in mental health, nursing, occupational therapy and physical therapy, research, nutrition, dental hygiene, family and children's health & wellbeing, and so much more at Texas Woman's.
Check out the 22 health-related bachelor's degrees at Texas Woman's.
Look into the 31 health-related master's degrees at Texas Woman's.
View the 15 health-related doctoral degrees at Texas Woman's.
See the 12 health-related certificates available after receiving either your bachelor's or master's degree at Texas Woman's.
Find a program using our program finder. You can filter using the areas of study and bachelor's, master's, doctoral or certificate program options. Or if you already know what you want to study, apply today!
Texas Woman's cares about more than your class accomplishments and grades—we care about you as an individual. TWU not only helps you find a job, but we also make sure you love what you do after TWU.
Dedicated Career Connections staff help you prepare for the job hunt and find your dream career to shape the future you want.
Career Connections services are available for a lifetime, meaning all students and alumni can utilize our programs and services, no matter the year you graduated.