High School Summer Institute

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University

  • $500

  • Could not be determined yet

  • Not released yet

  • 9th - 11th

  • Yes


Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University 2015 About The School of Allied Health Sciences The (SOAHS) is one of three health professional schools at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU). The school was established in recognition of the need to provide access to quality education in a group of rapidly growing health professions. The school is divided into five divisions: Cardiopulmonary Science, Health Care Management, Health Informatics and Information Management, Occupational Therapy (which offers a Health Science_СРOccupation and Wellness Concentration) and Physical Therapy (which offers a Health Science_СРPre-Physical Therapy Concentration). Since its start in 1982, SOAHS has experienced continuous involvement in education, practice and research that has contributed to the strong reputation of each academic division within the school. Each division is accredited by its respective accrediting body. Overall, ranks as the number one producer of African-American allied health professionals in the State of . SOAHS has been successful in attracting substantial extramural funding, and it has received over $4 million from the Department of Health and Human Services to support programs designed to increase the number of minorities and other underrepresented persons in the allied health professions. After completing their degree requirements, highly trained professionals assume leadership roles in their discipline throughout the state and nation. SOAHS Mission The mission of the School of Allied Health Sciences is to provide an enlightened and enriched academic, intellectual, moral, cultural, ethical, technological, and student-centered environment for the purpose of educating individuals to become competent allied health professionals who are capable of: Complex critical thinking; Comprehensive communication skills; Interdisciplinary collaboration; Analysis and involvement in research processes; Improving the health status of under-represented and underserved populations; Lifelong learning. The School of Allied Health Sciences as an exemplary health professions entity within Florida A&M University, will provide the highest quality academic experiences at graduate and undergraduate levels, through excellence in student advising, teaching, research and service, in existing and emerging health care arenas, for the benefit of the citizens of Florida, the nation and the world. The SOAHS core values are: Scholarship; Ethics; Excellence; Openness; Collaboration; Diversity; Service; Fairness; Integrity; Respect; Collegiality; Freedom; Fiscal Responsibility; Accountability; Courage; and Honesty.

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Application Deadline

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Tallahassee, Florida


May 10 1989

Financial AID


Grade Levels

9th / 10th / 11th

Last Updated on

February 25 2020

Opportunity Types

Summer Program

Important Dates

Start Date

May 10 1989

End Date

May 10 1989

Deadline Date

Not released yet


No multiple sessions

Science, Health and Medicine