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Department of Applied Health Sciences

The Department of Applied Health Sciences is one of seven departments in the College of Health and Human Services.

The departmental programs focus on health promotion, individual and population health-related behavior changes as well as on the prevention of chronic and communicable illnesses, injuries, and accidents. The ultimate goal of all the programs in the department is to improve quality of life for both individuals and communities.

An ongoing demand exists for competent professionals and specialists in the areas of allied health, health promotion and disease prevention in both the public and private sectors.

Graduates from the programs will be well prepared for careers in academic, private and governmental settings.

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  • 31 selected for University Honors Scholarships

    The students chosen for these competitive scholarships demonstrated high levels of academic achievement throughout high school and during an on-campus interview process.
  • President’s Scholars announced for 2016-17

    The President's Scholarship, awarded to 20 incoming students, provides full, in-state tuition and premium housing and has a total four-year value of more than $78,000.
  • Meet our scholars: Lena Grunloh

    Meet our scholars: Lena Grunloh

    Lena Grunloh, an athletic training major from Effingham, Ill., is a recipient of the Hines Memorial Medal, which is awarded to seniors with the highest GPA.