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Athletic Training: An athletic trainer is a qualified allied health care professional educated and experienced in the management of health care problems associated with physical activity participation. More>>

Dietetics is an area of health science that studies people's nutritional needs and care. More>>

Exercise Science is designed to give breadth and depth of knowledge in the physiological and psychological functioning of human beings under a variety of environmental and activity conditions. More>>

Health Studies curriculum is cross-disciplinary in nature. Students completing this major will not only be able to facilitate individual health behavior maintenance and/or change. More>>

Health Education major leads to a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Education. Successful completion of the degree and licensure requirements will result in an Ohio Teaching Licensure in Health Education, pre-kindergarten to grade 12. More>>

Physical Education: leads to a Bachelors of Science in Education degree. Upon completion of this course of study and passing a licensure examination, students will be licensed to teach Physical Education only in Grades PreK-12. More>>

Sport Studies program major allows students who have a keen interest in sport to study it from a cross-disciplinary perspective which includes psychological, sociological, and historical orientations of analysis. More>>


Coaching Minor is designed for any student who is interested in formal preparation for a career in coaching. More>>

Nutrition minor provides an understanding of human nutrition across the life span.More>>

Admissions Process

Program Admission

Beginning in the fall semester of 2004, the department of PHS will begin selective admission. More information will appear on the web page as soon as it becomes available.

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