When you graduate with a health sciences degree from Duquesne University, you will be well prepared to start making immediate contributions in patients lives and in the industry as a whole.

Your time here in the John G. Rangos Sr. School of Health Sciences will challenge you to meet your potential with best-in-field academic programs, and you will be well rewarded with a meaningful and flexible career.

Undergraduate Programs

Freshman Direct Entry Graduate Programs

Graduate Entry Programs

Micro-Credential Programs


RSHS Student Handbook 2022-2023

From the Dean's Office


Welcome from Dean Fevzi Akinci

Mission and Vision


Faculty Spotlight

Meet the Faculty in the Rangos School of Health Sciences

Dr. Ann Stuart

Dr. Ann Stuart

Occupational Therapy - Clinical Assistant Professor

Dr. Elizabeth Deluliis

Dr. Elizabeth Deluliis

Occupational Therapy - Program Director, Clinical Associate Professor

Dr. Amy Mattila

Dr. Amy Mattila

Occupational Therapy - Department Chair & Assistant Professor

Dr. Richard Simpson

Dr. Richard Simpson

Occupational Therapy - Associate Professor

Duquesne - Pittsburgh Connection

Using a two-tiered model of cummunity-engaged learning, Duquesne students are offered the opportunity to engage in community-based learning and experiences throughout their program

Duquesne students will pursue Experiential Learning Opportunities (ELOs) during their programs, leading to an enriched learning experience and enhanced resumes or graduate school applications

Duquesne is an R2 University with high research activity. Students in the Health Sciences work alongside faculty to conduct research as well as attend and present at undergraduate research conferences held on campus

The Rangos School of Health Sciences has more than 5,000 alums working throughout the healthcare industry from hospital administrators to physical therapists

Contact Us

John G. Rangos, Sr. School of Health Sciences

Office of the Dean, 302 Rangos Hall