Russell Sage College Graduate Programs

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school of health sciences

Programs in the School of Health Sciences focus on academic excellence, innovative teaching, inter-professional education, and applied learning, creating opportunities across diverse community and health care settings. Together faculty and students engage in high profile initiatives and health science research within the Capital Region’s leading health science facilities and beyond.

· Physical Therapy (D.P.T.) · Community Psychology (M.A.) Counseling & Community Psychology (M.A.) · Forensic Mental Health (M.S.) Forensic Mental Health (Certificate) · Nursing (M.S.) Nursing (Post-Masterʼs Certificate) · Applied Nutrition (Online M.S.) Dietetic Internship (Advanced Certificate) Nutrition and Dietetics (M.S.) · Occupational Therapy (M.S.)


Kathleen Kelly, Ph.D., M.P.H., M.S., F.N.P.


Dean, associate professor, and director of the nursing science in education and leadership program, Dr. Kelly has a strong clinical background, with expertise in translational research, health policy, and program evaluation. The recipient of significant external funding, including a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant, she has presented internationally and published numerous peer-reviewed articles.

The professors...are of the highest caliber. They are attentive to the needs of the students...they challenge us to shoot for our goals. My success is directly related to the quality of the program. David Pierce, M.A. ʼ18

Counseling & Community Psychology program

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