The Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences is dedicated to providing resources for our students, faculty and community to better understand Jacksonville as a city.
The Jacksonville University, Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences aspires to be the region’s premier provider of health science education. We are committed to preparing healthcare professionals for careers defined by excellence in practice, community service, and lifelong professional development. Teaching, research, and community engagement serve as our core values.
We are well-positioned to provide students with the essential skills and hands-on training necessary to be competitive and thrive in high-demand jobs in healthcare industry.
Our College offers several graduate degree programs that target critically-needed areas such as speech-language pathology, the occupational therapy doctorate, health informatics, nursing informatics, psychiatric mental health, clinical mental health counseling, and the Masters of Science degree in Dentistry. The Masters of Science in Health Quality and Safety begins in spring of 2020. Another degree in development is the PhD in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.
Our overall goal is to promote the most conducive and contemporary learning environment for our undergraduate and graduate students.
View the 44-minute video from the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences Naming Ceremony on September 21, 2015.
About Our City
The Jacksonville health care industry includes Baptist Health, Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, Nemours Children's Clinic, St. Vincent's HealthCare, HCA Healthcare, and UF Health Jacksonville. Learn more about the city of Jacksonville.