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Higher Education with a Higher Purpose

At Baptist College, you’ll acquire the skills and knowledge you need to learn, grow and succeed with a rewarding career in health care. We extend the learning environment beyond the classroom to include experiences found in real world health care settings throughout the Mid-South. We offer many unique programs of study. Regardless of what you choose, you’ll leave with the knowledge that you’ll be qualified to work in the most respected health care facilities in the world.

Your future in health care starts here.

Your future in health care starts here.
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Biomedical Sciences

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Diagnostic Medical Sonography

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Health Care Management

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Medical Lab Science

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Medical Radiography

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Nuclear Medicine Technology

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Nursing

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Radiation Therapy

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Respiratory Care

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Pre-Health Studies

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General Education

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RN to BSN Online

What's Happening @ Baptist

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Please join us in welcoming our four new faculty members joining the GEHS division - Ms.  Kimberly Cotter,  Assistant Professor of Sociology; Dr. Richard Ewool Assistant Professor of Mathematics;  Dr. Sumedhe Karunarathne, Assistant Professor of Physics; and Dr. Dallas Pitts, Assistant Professor of Religion.

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Campus Ministries sponsored the annual Spiritual Renewal Week, February 22 – 26. This year’s theme was “Expressions of Prayer,” praying through color to express your faith. 

Lifeblood's Healthcare Group of the Year

Baptist College of Health Sciences was honored as the 2015 "Healthcare Group of the Year" during Lifeblood's seventh Annual Awards Luncheon. Baptist Memorial Health Care was honored as the 2015 “Lifesaver of the Year.” Last year, Baptist team members and Baptist College of Health Sciences students donated 900 units of blood.