Academic Programs

Undergraduate Degree Programs

Clinical Leadership and Management

  • Graduates prepared for administrative roles in health settings
  • Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHS) degree

Communication Sciences & Disorders (Bachelor's degree)

  • Graduates prepared for graduate study in Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology
  • Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHS) degree

Human Health Sciences

  • Builds a strong foundation in basic sciences and develop interprofessional healthcare skills and knowledge
  • Graduates prepared for graduate or professional study in health provider tracks (e.g., Athletic Training, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant Studies, and more)
  • Bachelor of Science (BS) degree

Medical Laboratory Science

  • Perform clinical laboratory testing to aid healthcare providers in the diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment of disease
  • Graduates found in laboratories, (e.g., hospital, physician office, reference, research, state, veterinary), administration, academia, consulting, graduate school, and sales
  • Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHS) degree

Minor in Health Advocacy

  • Educates students to serve as patient advocates to improve health care and help patients access services effectively.

Clinical Healthcare Management Certificate

  • Offers students clinical management and leadership skills necessary for a management position in health care.

Certificate in Undergraduate Research in Human Health Sciences 

  • Provides students with advanced knowledge in interdisciplinary clinical and translational research.

Certificate in Nutrition For Human Performance 

  • Integrates courses in nutrition and exercise to properly support physical activity, fitness, and athletic performance at all levels.

Graduate/Professional Degree Programs

Athletic Training

  • Designed to accommodate both NATA certified athletic trainers and NATA “certification eligible” athletic trainers.
  • Master of Science (MS) degree

Clinical Nutrition (in collaboration with the College of Medicine)

  • Collaborative with Departments of Pharmacology and Nutritional Sciences for building skills and knowledge in clinical and sports nutrition.
  • Master of Science (MS) degree
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree

Communication Sciences & Disorders

  • Prepares graduates to provide patient and client care as a Speech-Language Pathologist
  • Master of Science (MS) degree

Physical Therapy

  • Prepares graduates to provide patient and client care as a Physical Therapist
  • Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree

Physician Assistant Studies

  • Prepares graduates to provide patient and client care as a Physician Assistant
  • Master of Science (MS) degree

Rehabilitation Sciences

  • Prepares research and academic leaders in rehabilitation sciences for the professions of communication sciences & disorders, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and athletic training
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree