Health Sciences

We prepare students for graduate school opportunities and careers in exercise physiology, public health, occupational therapy, physical therapy, gerontology, wellness management, sports medicine, and health and physical education teacher certification.

A major in Health Sciences (HS) receives hands-on pre-professional experience with a science-based liberal arts education that provides the skills and knowledge base which graduate schools and professional employers demand and can lead to careers in such areas as exercise physiology, physical therapy, nursing, physician assistant, occupational therapy and athletic training. Select areas of concentration within the HS Department also prepare students for careers in public health, teaching health and physical education (K-12), or for employment as a wellness-fitness professional.

Majors in Health Sciences (HS) select a concentration in Allied Science, Public Health or Teacher Certification.  The Health Sciences department also offers minors in Health Sciences (Nutrition, Human Movement or Physiology focus) or Coaching.  Individual students’ academic programs may be tailored to their chosen career or graduate school path. 

Health Sciences Concentrations 

 Minor Options

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Lower Level

Department of Health Sciences

April Carpenter, Chair
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