The College of Health Sciences degree programs are housed throughout five departments.
Graduates prepared for administrative roles in health settings. Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHS) degree.
Graduates prepared for graduate study in Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology. Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHS) degree.
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. Bachelor of Science (BS) degree.
Perform clinical laboratory testing to aid healthcare providers in the diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment of disease. Graduates found in laboratories, administration, academia, consulting, graduate school, and sales. Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHS) degree.
Educates students to serve as patient advocates to improve health care and help patients access services effectively.
Offers students clinical management and leadership skills necessary for a management position in health care.
Provides students with advanced knowledge in interdisciplinary clinical and translational research.
Integrates courses in nutrition and exercise to properly support physical activity, fitness, and athletic performance at all levels.
This is a collaborative program across the Colleges of Health Sciences, Medicine, and Agriculture, Food and Environment. The certificate is an online, 12-credit program.
Designed to accommodate both NATA certified athletic trainers and NATA “certification eligible” athletic trainers. Master of Science (MS) degree.
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.
Prepares graduates to provide patient and client care as a Speech-Language Pathologist. Master of Science (MS) degree.
Prepares graduates to provide patient and client care as a Physical Therapist. Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree.
Prepares graduates to provide patient and client care as a Physician Assistant. Master of Science (MS) degree.
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.