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Health Sciences: Majors and Programs

Bachelor of Health Sciences

This degree program is designed to teach students and practicing health professionals the view that health is separate from illness with a curriculum that focuses on this emphasis.

Master of Health Services Administration

Accredited by CAHME, this degree program is designed to provide students with mastery skills and knowledge of administration inside health service organizations.

Master of Public Health

Accredited by CEPH, this degree program provides students with mastery in theory, knowledge, and skills related to professions in public and community health.

Master of Science in Sports Medicine

Approved by the National Strength and Conditioning Education Recognition Program (ERP), this degree program provides preparation and research opportunities in sports medicine.

Gerontology Certificate

This certificate is designed to prepare students for the broad field of aging services.

Gerontology Graduate Certificate

This certificate is designed to prepare students and advance careers in the broad field of aging services.

Strength and Conditioning, Graduate

This certificate is designed for students interested in strength and conditioning, which leads to certification as a specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).

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