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2015

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disorders, a master's degree in social work, a master's degree in public health, and a dietetic internship. Other majors up for consideration in the years to come include occupational therapy, global health, and health policy. "To have these colleges under one roof is going to be a game-changer for us," Nena Sanders, vice provost of Samford's College of Health Sciences, says. "Our gradu- ates will be able to deliver integrated care to their patients H because they will be taught integrated care from the start. Our pharmacists will understand nutrition, and our nutritionists will understand physical therapy. They're going to be taking classes together, taking labs together, writing research papers together, and eventually making breakthroughs together." Left to Right: Seibert Football Stadium, Brock Recital Hall. 54 H o m e w o o d M a g a z i n e 2 0 1 5

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