SHP Facts and Figures
For over a century, the University of Texas Medical Branch has dedicated its efforts toward improving the health of society in Texas and beyond. SHP has helped carry on this tradition, granting degrees and certificates to more than 12,000 graduates in several health professions.
Today, SHP offers
- Baccalaureate degrees in Clinical Laboratory Sciences and Respiratory Care
- Master’s degrees in Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Health Professions, Occupational Therapy, and Nutrition & Metabolism
- Doctorate degrees in Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy
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As the first academic health center in Texas and among the oldest in the nation, UTMB has helped define health care for generations.
The School of Health Professions ranked 12th in top National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding for similar health professions schools across the country.
The School of Health Professions was the first school of its kind in the Southwest U.S. when it opened its doors in 1968. SHP celebrated their 50th Anniversary in 2018.