HAVERSACK SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES
Nursing, Psychology, Pre-Medical, Pharmacology, and more...
Rich in tradition but always on the cutting edge, the historic Haversack School of Health Sciences is one of three sister schools that make up Mary Bell University's unique and varied world of academic excellence. Here we learn and teach the history and future of modern healthcare in its many forms, and prepare our students to enter the professional world of caring for others.
MEET OUR STAR FACULTY
Here at Mary Bell University, we believe a deep education comes from a deep connection with your educators. We want to get to know you, and we want you to know us. Our award-winning faculty are experts in their fields, and together we strive every day to provide each student with the unique attention and guidance they need to become their best selves. Meet some of our star faculty below.
PROF. PHILIP RICHARD-PHELPS
Head of Nursing Department
Dr. Philip Richard-Phelps Ph.D knows that at the heart of every great medical professional is the spirit of selfless caring and dedication to others. It is this belief that has driven him to give himself entirely to his students since 1998.
PROF. CAROL K. BENSON
Head of Psychology
As a clinical psychologist, award-winning professor Carol K. Benson has learned the skills necessary to provide her students with a teaching environment that encourages them to reach deep within themselves to unlock their greatest potential.
DR. AMAN RAJNEESH
Accomplished neuropharmacology expert Dr. Aman Rajneesh is our latest edition to our roster of uniquely talented and personable staff.
Our unique and cutting-edge programs include courses that both challenge and encourage. Some of our newest, most popular, and most unique courses can be found in this list of highlights.
Learn how the body reacts to and accomplishes strenuous physical activity, how sports affect and involve complex elements of our anatomy, and how our bodies are capable of pushing, or even exceeding their limitations. With Prof. Gordon Stroganov. Course No. A7-3300
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 1100
Explore the subject of mental illness, the history of diagnostic criteria, the spectrum of personality and behavioral types, and what causes some people to behave and think abnormally. With professor Carol K. Benson. Course No. A6-1100
Learn how chemicals in the brain determine behavioral patters, how those chemicals can be affected through medical intervention. With Dr. Aman Rajneesh. Course No. A6-3200