Dr. Joseph L. Mosca, Dean
The Bitonte College of Health and Human Services
Email: jmosca AT ysu DOT edu
I want to extend a warm welcome to you. Enjoy your visit here on the college's web site. When you think about your future, do you envision yourself helping other people? Do you see yourself helping to make the world a healthier, safer, happier place? A career in the health and human services professions may be just what you're looking for.
The Bitonte College of Health and Human Services at Youngstown State University offers a wide range of majors. Our fully accredited and widely respected programs prepare graduates for an astounding number of careers in the health and human service professions. The college currently offers Associate, Baccalaureate, Masters, and Doctorate programs. The Masters programs include a Masters in Criminal Justice, Nursing, Health and Human Services, Public Health, Social Work and a Doctorate Program in Physical Therapy. The College also offers maximum flexibility in its acceptance of academic credit for past work experience in your field of study.
Come visit the campus. Talk to faculty members, current students, a financial aid counselor, and a Undergraduate Recruitment and Admissions coordinator. Take a campus tour. Call the Office of Undergraduate Recruitment and Admissions at (330) 941-2000. If you have any questions you may want to call one of our academic advisors at (330) 941-1820.
In support of the University mission to provide a wide range of educational opportunities in higher education, The Dr. Dominic A. and Helen M. Bitonte College of Health and Human Services assumes a broad focus. That focus entails preparing students for competent practice in positions in both the health and human service professions. The College is committed to providing quality education through accredited associate, baccalaureate, and graduate degree programs. To assure continuity and opportunity for health and human service majors, the College has encouraged the development of two-plus-two curricula in several majors that allow students to efficiently progress from associate to baccalaureate degree program completion. Master’s degree and Doctorate programs further expand and advance the competencies of graduates in the delivery and administration of health care and human services.
Dr. Tammy A. King, Associate Dean
Professor, Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences
Phone: (330) 941-2185
Email: taking AT ysu DOT edu