Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health
The Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health was founded on the belief that good health is a fundamental human right, and by which is a foundation for strong individuals, strong families, and strong communities.
With flexible degrees and professional certificates, the Parkinson School provides programs for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as career professionals who seek additional skills or a career change.
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Find the Parkinson degree or program that's right for you.
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Visit us to learn more about the undergraduate and graduate programs at the Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health and discover the unique opportunities Loyola has to offer.REGISTER NOW
Tuition and Financial Aid
The Parkinson School and Loyola are dedicated to making your college experience affordable by offering multiple types of financial aid and scholarships.Learn More
AN INCREASING DEMAND
Health care jobs are projected to grow 18 percent from 2016 to 2026—faster than the average for all occupations.
This growth will add about 2.3 million jobs to the sector. The number of people ages 65 and over is expected to be 98 million by 2060, contributing to the expansion of health care needs. Projected growth in employment for specific health care professions:
HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATOR
DIETITIANS AND NUTRITIONISTS
CENTERS AND PARTNERSHIPS
At the Parkinson School, we take action, working with you, to achieve health equity for all. Learn More.