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Find the program that drives you.

 

Health Studies B.S. and M.S.

dietetics icon Dietetics

Undergraduate | Accelerated B.S./M.S.

The Dietetics curriculum provides foundation, knowledge and skills in the areas of communications, physical and biological sciences, social sciences, research, food, nutrition, management and health care systems.

ESMS Icon Exercise, Sport and Movement Sciences

Undergraduate | Graduate | Accelerated B.S./M.S.

A concentration in Exercise, Sport and Movement Sciences provides a comprehensive exposure to the field of exercise science, with coursework in areas such as kinesiology, physiology, biomechanics, motor behavior and exercise programming.

 Health Science Icon Health Sciences

Undergraduate

The Health Sciences concentration allows you to pursue your interests among the various health professions. It is grounded in health promotion theory and strategies, but offers elective hours to allow you to align your program with your own professional goals.

Healthcare leadership Icon Healthcare Leadership 

Undergraduate | Offered Online Only

The fully online concentration in Healthcare Leadership provides a comprehensive exposure to the field of leadership with coursework in areas such as the healthcare environment, professionalism, leadership, business skills and communication.

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Health Promotion

 

Graduate | Offered Online Only

This program examines the various factors responsible for the adoption and maintenance of health-related behaviors and identifies best practices that can be implemented for lifestyle change across a variety of settings. Graduates will be able to design, implement, manage and evaluate health promotion programs in a variety of settings.

 Medical Assisting Icon Medical Assisting

Undergraduate Minor Only

Coursework in the Medical Assisting minor allows students to obtain the necessary knowledge and practical skills needed to sit for the national certification exam in Medical Assisting. If you do not desire to obtain a certificate, the coursework should be helpful if you choose to pursue other entry-level healthcare positions for which such knowledge and skills may be desired.

 

Nutrition M.S.

nutrition icon Clinical Nutrition

Graduate | M.S. & DI M.S. Combined Program

The M.S. Nutrition / Dietetic Internship and Residency Program is an intensive curriculum lasting only 16 months. The didactic curriculum focuses on preparing students for clinical rotations. 

Environmental Nutrition Icon Environmental Nutrition

Graduate | Offered Online Only

The master's degree in Environmental Nutrition is a fully online, 33-credit hour program that explores sustainable food and nutrition issues. The program examines the relationships between food, nutrition and the environment.

 Nutrition Science Icon Nutrition Science

Graduate

The Nutritional Science concentration provides students with an excellent opportunity to pursue yout interests in understanding the roles of nutrition in health and disease, development and aging and in athletic performance.

 

Physical Education Teacher Education B.S.Ed. and M.S.Ed.

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Physical Education Teacher Education                               

 

Undergraduate | Graduate Online     

Students have the option of taking the PETE licensure or the non-licensure track for your undergraduate degree. The licensure program prepares you to become physically literate teachers and coaches who are trained in the best practices of Physical Education and Wellness. Our non-licensure PETE option, the Community PE program, involves some of the same courses that the licensure students take, and prepares you to teach and coach children physical activity patterns in community settings.

 

Graduate Certificate

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Sport Nutrition and Dietary Supplementation

 

Graduate Certificate

The graduate certificate in Sport Nutrition and Dietary Supplementation is useful for registered dietitians/nutritionists, strength and conditioning coaches, personal trainers and healthcare providers (e.g., nurses, pharmacists) who may receive questions from athletes or patients specific to the topics of sport nutrition and dietary supplementation.