Athletic training is practiced by athletic trainers and health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to optimize activity and participation of patients and clients.
Biostatisticians develop and apply statistical theory, methods and techniques to the planning, implementation and evaluation of research projects and health programs.
Communication Sciences & Disorders (COMD)
COMD is at the forefront of research and the scientific study of speech production, speech perception, hearing, language organization, and language and literacy development and disorders.
Environmental Health Sciences (ENHS)
ENHS seeks to understand how environmental exposures affect human health and disease, as well as how human activities affect the environment, to improve public health at local and global levels.
EPID uses specialized knowledge and skills to generate new knowledge, disseminate and apply knowledge, and serve the larger communities in which we live and work, to improve public health.
Exercise Science (EXSC)
EXSC studies the relationships among exercise participation, physical activity and human health and focuses on preventive and rehabilitative programs that promote health and disease prevention.
Health Promotion, Education, & Behavior (HPEB)
HPEB works to understand how policy, environmental, institutional and individual actions improve the public’s health and partners with organizations and communities to promote health in diverse settings.
Health Services Policy & Management (HSPM)
HSPM is an interdisciplinary field concerned with the promotion of personal and public health through planning, organizing, directing, controlling, coordinating and evaluating health services.
Physical Therapy (PT)
Our Physical Therapy program offers students a unique opportunity to develop clinical physical therapy skills in an intimate learning environment.
Our public health programs build knowledge and skills in a broad range of concepts, providing a foundation for further study or an enhancement to professional degrees or health-related work experience.
Areas of Study
The Arnold School offers 37 different degree and certificate options through undergraduate- and graduate-level coursework that spans public health; exercise science; biostatistics; epidemiology; communication sciences and disorders; health services policy and management; health promotion, education, and behavior; environmental health sciences; physical activity and public health; physical therapy; and more.