Chemistry: Students will focus on the fundamental building blocks of life and how they work. Students will also focus on how these materials function in the natural world.Athletic Training: Students will learn how to recognize, prevent and assist with physical rehabilitation when there is a physical injury caused by physical activity.
Health Promotion: Health promotion promotes the health of the general public using a wide variety of methods in a wide variety of settings. This major helps students acquire the skills and abilities to develop, implement and evaluate health education programs in a wide variety of settings.Gerontology: The multidisciplinary study of the issues associated with aging and the aging process. One setting focuses on long-term care facilities and another focuses on the broader study of aging.
Movement & Exercise Science: Exercise science majors study the science of human movement. They also learn how to help people live healthier lives through exercise, rehabilitation, and nutrition.Biology: Students will focus on the study of living organisms. Biology can focus into a wide variety of careers from being in the health field to field biologists.
Communicative Disorders: Students will first focus on the basic anatomy and physiology of speech and auditory systems. Students will then move into treatment and diagnosis of problems in speech and hearing.Psychology: Psychology is the study of human and animal behavior (normal and abnormal) and the cognitive, emotional, social and biological processes related to that behavior.
Minors: Biology, Chemistry, Gerontology, Health Promotion
Certificates: Substance Abuse Counseling, Global Health, Environmental Health
Career Possibilities: Social Worker, Doctor, Case Manager, Physical Therapist, Health Teacher, Marketing, Elderly Service Provider, Psychologist, Speech Language Pathologist