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Dr. Keith Smith

Dean and Vice-President of the School of Health Sciences


Dr. Keith Smith is a seasoned leader who has held management positions in the business; nonprofit and higher education sectors. He has taught leadership and organizational courses, and workshops both domestically and internationally. Dr. Smith works to bring passion and inspiration to the workplace. In 2007, he joined Kaplan University as dean of the School of Health Sciences, building the school from three associate's degrees and 1,200 students to 4 associate's degrees, 6 bachelor's degrees, 2 master's degrees, and approximately 12,000 students by 2010. He subsequently served as dean for the School of Business. 

Dr. Smith currently serves as Kaplan University’s Vice President of Ground Health Programs and the Dean for the School of Health Sciences. He holds the following degrees: Bachelor of Theology, Multnomah University; Master of Arts in Theology, Fuller Theological Seminary; Doctor of Education, Seattle University; and Master of Business Administration, City University.




Interactive Lecture Session featuring Dr. Keith Smith

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