College of Professional Studies and Social Sciences

Fred J. Croop
MBA, CMA, CPA - Dean

Phone: (570) 674-6327
fcroop@misericordia.edu

The College of Professional Studies and Social Sciences prepares students to assume positions in education, social work, psychology, business, research, and community life, as well as to further their education at the graduate level. The College offers undergraduate and graduate degrees, and a variety of related minors and certificates. The curricula are based on Misericordia's mission and core values of mercy, justice, service, and hospitality. The College of Professional Studies and Social Sciences at Misericordia University consists of the following departments:

Misericordia University Sandy and Marlene Insalaco Hall

News List

The National Stuttering Association (NSA): Northeast Pennsylvania Chapter at Misericordia University is holding its 2nd annual 5K run/walk, "Don't Tell Me to Slow Down,'' on Sunday, April 19 in support of the National Stuttering Association and the nationally recognized student-run stuttering support group on campus. The event begins at 10:30 a.m. This year's event also features a virtual run component so registrants who cannot make it to campus can participate in their own hometown. The "Don't Tell Me to Slow Down'' 5K run/walk is organized by the NSA: Northeast Pennsylvania Chapter at Misericordia University. For additional information about the fundraiser, please log on to the event's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/events/785095464917484/.
The Department of Speech-Language Pathology at Misericordia University will offer a comprehensive workshop on how to facilitate collaboration among professionals working with individuals with autism on Friday, March 13. The program, "Autism: Solutions for Successful Collaboration," is designed for professionals and parents of children with autism. It will feature experts in the areas of occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, psychology, social work and behavior. They will offer practical solutions to promote professional collaboration among the various health care disciplines utilized in the care of a person with autism, and also discuss how to actively involve families in the collaboration process.
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