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School of Allied Health

Healthcare is a calling. Health care workers have a profound and direct impact on many people, with rewards that can’t be quantified.

Why study at CapU's School of Allied Health?

The health care job market is seeing rapid growth due to an aging population, improved diagnostics and a growing public interest in personal health.

At Capilano University we offer one of the most innovative and progressive health care curriculums in Canada. Through degree, diploma and certificate programs you can study rehabilitation, music therapy, or personal health care assistance.

Our programs go beyond theory to focus on hands-on learning, from work practicums to supervised clinical placements in a variety of health care settings. This mix of theory and practical experience gives you the job-ready skills you’ll need when you graduate.

Resources for CapU students

We’re here to support you at every step of your education journey. Check out the Learning Commons – an area for all students to grow in confidence as they master course material and gain new skills. Our specialized support centres include:

CapU’s Career Development Centre can help you find employment throughout your studies and as you move into the professional world. 

And keep an eye out for the many student associations that offer networking events, opportunities to meet industry leaders from your field of study, and social get-togethers.

Ana Chicoine
Divisional Supervisor
School of Allied Health
School of Education & Childhood Studies
Faculty of Education
Health & Human Development

604 986 1911 ext. 7327
Cedar Building, room CE377
anachicoine@capilanou.ca
Nadja Neubauer LPN, BA
Instructor, Health Care Assistant Prog.
School of Allied Health
Health Care Assistant Program
Faculty of Education
Health & Human Development

604 986 1911 ext. 7373
Cedar Building, room CE375
nadjaneubauer@capilanou.ca
Patricia Bradley
Co-Coordinator, Instructor, Health Care Assist. Program
Health Care Assistant Program
Faculty of Education
Health & Human Development
School of Allied Health

604 986 1911 ext. 2538
Cedar Building, room CE376
patriciabradley@capilanou.ca

Contact

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Student Information Services


604 984 4900
604 984 1798 (fax)
Birch Building, room BR230
registration@capilanou.ca