Kinesiology and Health Science 121
Jackie Blyleven, Laura Chandler, Shana Charles, Anthony Di Stefano, Lilia Espinoza, Jasmeet Gill, C. Jessie Jones, Danny Kim, Maria Koleilat, Alice Lee, Michele Mouttapa, Archana McEligot, Jennifer Piazza, Alysia Ransons, Laurie Roades, Pimbucha Rusmevichientong, Sora Tanjasiri, Diana Tisnado, Dara Vazin, Jie Weiss, Michele Wood, Joshua Yang
The mission of Health Science focuses on understanding and promoting health in diverse populations. Health science bridges the gap between scientific discoveries and the application of this knowledge to improve the quality of people’s lives. Health science research reflects the range of diverse health problems, settings and populations. The approach considers the multi-level determinants of health and well-being, including individuals, groups, organizations and communities. Health science professionals work at these various levels to implement and evaluate efforts that promote health and prevent illness and disease. An important aspect of this process involves empowering people to change the factors that influence their health and well-being, be it within the individual or in their social environment.
The Health Science program offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science with focus areas in health promotion and disease prevention, occupational and environmental health, or global health. The undergraduate minor in Health Science, based on core curricula, provides opportunities for professional and/or personal enhancement.
The Master of Public Health (MPH) degree offers specialized areas of study in health promotion and disease prevention, environmental and occupational health, and gerontological health.
Learning Goals and Student Learning Outcomes
Programs and Courses Offered
ProgramsBachelor of ScienceMaster of Public HealthNon-Degree
Courses are designated as HESC in the class schedule.