Established in 1897, Bradley University is a private, independent institution of higher learning located in Peoria, Illinois. Inspired by our founder, notable philanthropist Lydia Moss Bradley, we pursue excellence in teaching, research, scholarship and service, and we celebrate leadership, integrity, diversity and collaborative learning. Today, we offer an impressive array of more than 130 undergraduate, graduate and continuing education programs across five colleges and The Graduate School. Widely respected for our outstanding faculty and student-centered approach to learning, we’re able to provide the resources of a large public university—but with the personalized attention of a small private college. With more than 77,000 alumni worldwide, we are full of promise to become one of the nation’s best comprehensive academic institutions.
About the College of Education and Health Sciences
The College of Education and Health Sciences at Bradley University prepares motivated learners like you to become leaders and innovators in the human service professions: education, counseling, nursing, family and consumer sciences, health sciences, physical therapy and administration. We offer a wide variety of cutting-edge undergraduate and graduate programs — each one designed to expertly combine rigorous academics with real-world practice. When you choose to study with us, you’ll be joining a rich culture of collaboration, community and shared values, one that challenges you to grow personally and professionally.