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Graduate Programs

  • applied neuromechanics
  • starnes lab
  •  theory
  • therapeutic-recreation
  •  laurie-ideman
  • laurie-wideman
  • susan calkins
  • susan calkins

Across our graduate programs in the School of Health and Human Sciences, our goal is to provide state-of-the-art instruction and learning opportunities to prepare students to meet the rigorous challenges of an increasingly diverse society and an ever-changing global community. To accomplish this, one of our objectives is to enrich education and training with more interdisciplinary and interdepartmental courses and programs for graduate students.
- from the School of HHS Strategic Plan 2012

There are more than 500 graduate students pursuing certificates, Masters and Doctoral degrees across the departments in the School of Health and Human Sciences.

Many of our graduate programs are nationally recognized:

How do we help you?

  • we offer residential programs featuring small classes,
  • individualized instruction,
  • field experiences,
  • internships,
  • clinical supervision,
  • as well as entirely Online Masters and Doctoral programs.
We also provide a range of resources designed to:
  • assist students financially,
  • strengthen their graduate training,
  • and facilitate progress toward degree completion.

Our graduates work as:

  • athletic trainers,
  • speech and language pathologists,
  • dietitians,
  • health education specialists,
  • genetic counselors,
  • recreation therapists,
  • teachers,
  • social workers,
  • and researchers and professionals in the health and human sciences.

David Demo

Dr. Demo is the Associate Dean for Academic Administration and Professor.
Office : 229 Stone Bldg.

Please contact us for more information. We look forward to hearing from you !

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