Department of Rehabilitation, Exercise & Nutrition Sciences
There has never been a more interesting time for nutrition, rehabilitation and exercise sciences, as people become more aware of the impact these fields have on their health. If you have an interest in helping people, an appreciation for science, are looking for a challenging profession that is always changing and evolving, you should consider a career in dietetics, physical therapy, occupational therapy, athletic training, or health sciences.
The Department of Rehabilitation, Exercise, and Nutrition Sciences offers an exciting learning environment for its students. We have state of the art assessment labs that provide hands-on training in program specialized assessment techniques. We are also located on the same campus as Children's Hospital & Research Facility and the University Hospital which have a strong reputation for providing cutting-edge research and patient care. In addition to our facilities, students have opportunities to participate in ongoing research studies ranging from the DASH diet, food insecurity, optimum therapy strategies for neurological diagnoses, the effects of diet on inflammation, mother-infant feeding practices, occupational ergonomics and biomechanics, and neuroplasticity, to name a few.
The department also provides students with a wide range of practical experiences within the field in a variety of settings including local hospitals, schools and community health organizations.
|Athletic Training||Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT)|
|Didactic Program in Dietetics||Certificate|
|Health and Rehabilitation Sciences||Doctor of Philosophy in Health & Rehabilitation Sciences (PhD)|
|Health Sciences||BS in Health Sciences|
|Human Nutrition - Online||Post-Baccalaureate certificate
|Nutrition & Dietetics||Bachelor of Science|
||Completion of academic minor
|Nutrition Sciences||Master of Science in Nutrition Sciences (MS)|
|Occupational Therapy||Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD)|
|Physical Therapy||Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)|