Applied Health Sciences and Wellness students practicing in a lab environment
Applied Health Sciences and Wellness
Where High-Tech Meets Healing Touch

Applied Health Sciences and Wellness

The School of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness includes the divisions of Athletic Training, Combined Master of Science and Dietetic Internship, Exercise Physiology and Food and Nutrition Sciences. Our academic programs provide excellent classroom and hands-on experiences that prepare students for a variety of health care professions. All of our majors are formed on a strong foundation of science, making them an excellent pathway to other professional programs, such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, physician assistants and medical school. Our goal is to help students reach theirs.

Athletic Training Degrees

  • Undergraduate Athletic Training Pathways

    We recommend students complete a bachelor's in Exercise Physiology with a pre-athletic training concentration and then apply to the Master of Science in Athletic Training program. We also offer an Early Assurance Program for high school seniors.

  • Master of Science in Athletic Training

    OHIO's Master of Science in Athletic Training Program provides students the ability to combine knowledge and skills learned in the classroom with the experiences gained at a variety of clinical sites.

  • Doctor of Athletic Training

    Ohio University’s 100% online Doctor of Athletic Training (DAT) program was designed with affordability and various lifestyles in mind. The program consists of a minimum of 42 credit hours beyond the master’s degree.

Exercise Physiology Degrees

  • Undergraduate Exercise Physiology Major

    Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology is the study of how the body responds to the stress of exercise, a field that requires an understanding of the basic sciences such as anatomy and physiology, as well as the applied exercise sciences.

  • Master of Science in Exercise Physiology

    The exercise physiology graduate program provides students with the specialized skills needed to work in either a clinical, research, or field-based environment. Specializations include Research, Clinical and Human Performance.

Food and Nutrition Sciences Degrees

  • Food and Nutrition Sciences Undergraduate Majors

    Students interested in a major in food and nutrition sciences have multiple options of study to best meet their career path goals: Diabetes Certificate, Sports Nutrition Certificate, Applied Nutrition degree or Nutrition Science degree.

  • Master's Degree in Food and Nutrition Sciences

    The graduate program in Food and Nutrition Sciences is home to a number of opportunities that lead to a Master of Science in Food and Nutrition Sciences: 100% online degree, an on-campus degree, and the combined degree and dietetic internship.