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College of Health

  • http://www.clayton.edu/health
  • The College of Health has degree offerings in the areas of Dental Hygiene, Health Care Management, Health and Fitness Management and Nursing.
  • Graduate programs include: Master of Science in Nursing and Master of Health Administration.
  • Clayton State graduates more minority nurses than any other nursing school in Georgia, including the historically black colleges.
  • Clayton State nursing graduates consistently have one of the highest NCLEX/State Board pass rates in the state.
  • The B.S. in Health Care Management (HCMG) is one of only 44 fully certified programs in the U.S. and the only program in Georgia to hold this distinction.
  • The Health and Fitness Management Program prepare graduates to take the ACSM Exercise Physiologist and CSCS NSCA certifications.
  • The Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene program has consistently high pass rate for clinical and written National Board Examination.

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I chose to attend Clayton State because of the reputable nursing program that has a history of high pass rates on the registered nurse licensure exam. I also chose Clayton because, as a nontraditional student and a mother of four, I needed a flexible schedule and a college that was affordable. Here at Clayton State, I like most the faculty engagement and the diversity of the faculty population here, and their expertise and knowledge.

What I really enjoy about the nursing program at Clayton State is the hands-on experience we get. The university's got relationships with so many different hospitals, clinics, and other facilities around metro Atlanta, even beyond, that we get to do so much hands on that really helps.

Also, our dental hygiene students have a full-service clinic that prepares them to deal with real patients as they're ready to go out into the workforce.

You get better understanding when you see simulation environments where things could potentially go wrong. And how you react to them is judged by your instructors. And we get feedback, so that if we're to come across such situations in real life, we'll better know how to handle it.

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