The Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences unifies academic units that share the common purpose of improving quality of life and well-being for individuals, families and communities.
As emphasized in the university’s strategic vision, Pro Futurisand Illuminate Robbins College will strengthen Baylor’s position in health and wellness-related education, research and community engagement by increasing opportunities for interdisciplinary research, creative endeavors, clinical experiences and innovation.
The collaborative efforts within Robbins College and across campus prepare students through state-of-the-art, real-world learning experiences to become professionals who are dedicated to health, human behavior and quality of life.
Undergraduate and graduate majors in Robbins College are in high demand representing dynamic and growing disciplines. Most majors have internship experiences that prepare students for their profession, graduate or professional school and/or research degrees. The rapid expansion of existing programs and the creation of a significant number of new programs confirms that our professions are in high demand.
Robbins College is helping to advance Baylor to become a Christian, research university. This effort affords undergraduate and graduate students opportunities to learn from research active faculty through strong mentorship and guidance through community and laboratory work and in the classroom.