Graduate Programs in the News

UM-Flint Physical Therapy Department Improves Learning by Improving Lives

UM-Flint Physical Therapy Department Improves Learning by Improving Lives

Second year Doctor of Physical Therapy students are working with adult community members with neurological challenges in a project in which students work with patients at the university’s Urban Health and Wellness Center.

UM-Flint Music Outreach Program Brings Opera to Area Schools

UM-Flint Music Outreach Program Brings Opera to Area Schools

The UM-Flint programs' upcoming lineup includes Rankin Elementary, Durant Tuuri-Mott Elementary, Dailey Elementary and Tucker Elementary, Mason Elementary and Cook Elementary, and with the finale at the Flint Public Library.

UM-Flint to Offer Master of Applied Communication (M.A.) Program Online

UM-Flint to Offer Master of Applied Communication (M.A.) Program Online

A recently approved graduate degree will give students an opportunity to develop and polish key communication competencies that will allow them to excel in their professional lives regardless of the field they work in.

UM-Flint Physical Therapy Professor and Students Conduct Balance Screenings for Flint Seniors

UM-Flint Physical Therapy Professor and Students Conduct Balance Screenings for Flint Seniors

Dr. Min Hui Huang, an assistant professor in physical therapy, and several Doctor of Physical Therapy students are leading a research project at Court Street Commons in Flint, in which residents of the age 55 and older community have their balance and mobility tested.