Aug 03, 2020  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Division of Health and Human Services


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Division Purpose:

The purpose of the Division of Health and Human Services is to prepare students to contribute to a global society and a diverse workforce as productive, responsible, and well-educated healthcare professionals and/or graduate students. This is accomplished by providing health students with the knowledge and skills basic to the practice of their disciplines, instilling them with the fundamental attitudes of professionalism, teaching, service to the community, and a desire for lifelong learning in a personalized, culturally rich and dynamic learning environment that fosters faculty, staff, and student engagement.

The Division of Health and Human Services has a science-based curriculum that provides a broad background for students planning to further their education at the graduate level. The division offers the Bachelor of Science degree and emphasizes five primary disciplines: Adapted Physical Education: Kinesiotherapy, Exercise Science-concentrations in Fitness and Wellness and Pre-Athletic Training, Communication Sciences and Disorders, and Recreation Management. These academic offerings carry a competitive matriculation requirement. The division houses a fully functional Athletic Training Clinic, Kinesiotherapy Clinic, and a Speech and Hearing Clinic. A Minor is available for the major in Recreation Management.

Programs

    Bachelor of Science

    Courses

      Exercise Science: Pre-Athletic TrainingCommunication Sciences and DisordersAdaptive Physical Education: KinesiotherapyRecreation ManagementGeneral Education

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