The Department of Health Education and Promotion offers the following undergraduate programs for those interested in health promotion and helping people and communities be healthy and learn more about health. Our graduates work as vital members of community and health care teams. They are located in hospitals, clinics, health departments, industry, schools, local, state and national planning offices, school and professional sports teams, voluntary health agencies and private businesses.
Athletic Training - prepares you to sit for the National Athletic Trainer's Association Board of Certification (BOC) exam. As a certified athletic trainer (ATC) you may work in clinical, scholastic, university, or professional settings.
Environmental Health Sciences - prepares you for Registered Environmental Health Specialist exam, work in Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health
Public Health Studies (concentrations: Community Health, Pre-health Professions, &/or Worksite Health Promotion)
School Health Education - enables you to earn teacher certification in grades K-12. This degree offers you ample opportunity to make a difference in the lives of young people while teaching.