SUNY Downstate Student Admissions Open House October 21

Oct 9, 2014

Brooklyn, NY – Interested in a career in the health professions?

SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University’s Office of Student Admissions will hold its Annual Open House where prospective students may learn about programs in the College of Nursing, School of Health Professions, and School of Public Health, Tuesday, October 21, 2014, beginning at 5:30 pm, in the Student Center Gymnasium, 394 Lenox Road, near the corner of New York Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11203.

This event will provide an excellent opportunity for anyone considering enrolling in a Downstate program in 2015 to find out about admissions criteria, costs, credit transfer, and more.

Undergraduate programs include: Accelerated BS in Nursing; Nursing RN BS Completion; Diagnostic Medical Imaging (BS); Physician Assistant (BS); and Physical Therapy (BS/DPT).

Graduate programs include: Clinical Nurse Specialist (MS); Midwifery Advanced Certificate/Nurse Midwifery (MS); Nurse Practitioner (MS) (Family and Women’s Health); Nurse Practitioner Advanced Certificate (Family and Women's Health); Nurse Anesthesia (MS); Medical Informatics (MS); Midwifery Direct Entry (MS); Physical Therapy (BS/DPT); Occupational Therapy (MS); and Public Health (MPH, DrPH, ACPH).

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Info Sessions.


About SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University

Downstate Health Sciences University in Brooklyn is one of four academic health centers (AMCs) in The State University of New York (SUNY) 64-campus system and the only SUNY AMC in New York City dedicated to health education, research, and patient care for the borough’s 2.7 million residents. Its flagship hospital, University Hospital at Downstate (UHD), is a teaching hospital and benefits from the expertise of Downstate’s exceptional medical school and world-class academic center research facilities. With a staff of over 800 physicians representing 53 specialties and subspecialties, Downstate offers comprehensive healthcare services to the community.

UHD provides high-risk neonatal and infant services, pediatric nephrology, and dialysis for kidney diseases and is the only kidney transplantation program in Brooklyn. Beyond its clinical expertise, Downstate houses a range of esteemed educational institutions, including its College of Medicine, College of Nursing, School of Health Professions, School of Graduate Studies, and School of Public Health. Downstate fosters innovation through its multifaceted biotechnology initiative, the Biotechnology Incubator and BioBAT, which support early-stage and more mature biotech companies.