Health Sciences programs

Sage offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Nutrition and Psychology as well as doctorates in Physical Therapy.

Classes are led by experienced and respected practitioners and scientists. Outside the classroom, faculty and students conduct important research, engage in community service and outreach, and participate in other high-profile initiatives, independently and in partnership with the Capital Region’s leading health science facilities.

Sage’s Health Sciences programs stress interprofessional education and create opportunities for future occupational and physical therapists, nurses, dieticians, mental health professionals and others to learn together, in preparation for roles on interprofessional health care teams.

A number of undergraduate programs link to graduate programs in the Health Sciences and make it possible for eligible students to complete a bachelor’s degree and graduate degree in less time than it would take to pursue the degrees individually.

Learn more about a Health Sciences degree from Sage:

Undergraduate Programs

Health Sciences (BS)
Nursing (BS)
Nursing for RNs (BS)
Nutrition Science (BS)
Occupational Therapy: Accelerated (BA, BS, MS)
Physical Therapy: Accelerated (3+3 and 4+3 BA, BS, DPT)
Psychology (BS)
Public Health (BS)

Learn more about pre-medical, pre-veterinary and pre-dentistry and pre-physician assistant advising at Sage.

Graduate Programs

Community Psychology (MA)
Counseling & Community Psychology (MA)
Forensic Mental Health (MS, Advanced Certificate)
Nursing (MS)
Nursing Education & Leadership (DNS)
Nutrition and Dietetics (MS)
Nutrition: Applied Nutrition (MS)
Nutrition: Dietetic Internship (Advanced Certificate)
Occupational Therapy (MS)
Physical Therapy (DPT)
Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Studies (Certificate)
Post-Master Nursing (Certificate, Advanced Certificate)