St. Mary's Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Center is accredited by the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE). The center provides Level I and Level II training in CPE. Clinical pastoral education is an experiential, adult-student centered learning process. Students resource clinical experiences to address personal, professional and educational needs and goals. Click below to learn more about this exciting educational opportunity.
The respiratory care program prepares students for the advanced level of practice to function as a licensed respiratory therapist. Most respiratory therapists work in hospitals where they perform procedures in intensive care, emergency room and neonatal nurseries. As a member of an interdisciplinary healthcare team, respiratory therapists evaluate, treat and manage patients of all ages.
St. Mary’s School of Medical Imaging (SOMI) is a hospital based program in radiography, partnered with Marshall University to offer a Baccalaureate in Science in Medical Imaging. The program curriculum is designed to prepare students to practice radiography/sonography and introduce students to related specialized imaging modalities.
The career goal of the Nursing Program at St. Mary's School of Nursing is to become a Registered Nurse (RN). The Cooperative ASN Program at the school is provided through a partnership of St. Mary's School of Nursing and Marshall University. The length of program is two academic years, and the degree awarded is Associate of Science in Nursing from Marshall University.