Bachelor of Science in Integrative Physiology
The School of Integrative Physiology and Athletic Training utilizes knowledge from anatomy, chemistry, mathematics, physics, and physiology to understand, study, explore the functions of the human body. With an emphasis on movement and human health, students learn from a multitude of disciplines as they develop mastery of physiologic systems, rehabilitation sciences, and performance.
Bachelor of Social Work
The School of Social Work BSW Program is based on a generalist practice model. This model holds that effective practice must address social issues and problems at multiple levels by utilizing a variety of theoretical frameworks.
Through our program students are able to address social problems from a broad ecological and strengths based perspective moving between fields of practice, incorporating best practices into their professional repertoire, applying critical thinking skills to all phases of the change process, critiquing themselves and professional approaches, and utilizing a framework for social justice to address complex problems at all levels of society.
Pre-Medical Sciences Advising Program
Although not a major, the College of Health provides direct support to undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students pursuing Pre-Medical Sciences. This program helps students become well-informed, well-prepared applicants to health profession schools and programs in allopathic medicine, chiropractic medicine, dentistry, naturopathic medicine, optometry, osteopathic medicine, physician assistant studies, podiatry and veterinary medicine.
Bachelor of Science in Public Health
Public health jobs offer competitive salaries and provide chances to improve lives and help communities overcome obstacles. Some public health professionals embrace opportunities to travel and aid communities abroad, while others choose to stay closer to home, working alongside local governments and community-based organizations to extend lifespans and improve the quality of life for residents.