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Applied Health Sciences and Wellness

Where high-tech meets healing touch

The School of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness is the home of 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 healthcare professions. The strong science foundation that is a part of all of our majors also makes our programs an excellent pathway for preparation for a variety of other professional programs, such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, physician assistant and medical school. Our goal is to help students reach their professional goals.

Recent News

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First class of MSDI graduates

A group of 10 exceptional students recently became the first graduating class of the Combined Master of Science and Dietetic Internship (MSDI) program at Ohio University. Students in the MSDI program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) spend their first year at the College of Health Sciences and Professions’ Dublin Integrated Education Center in Dublin, Ohio, and complete their second year at Ohio University’s main campus in Athens, Ohio. Read More

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Student Spotlights

Athletic Training

Katarina Hanifan, professional athletic training student, received the Charles "Skip" Vosler Athletic Training Leadership Award.

Madeline Miller and Teghan Piper, professional athletic training students, received the Robert W. Sutton Athletic Training Scholarship


Rachel May, Kathryn  Presler,  and  Laycie Ball,  undergraduate students, received the Russel W. and Ida L. Davis Eglie Memorial Scholarship.

Sarah Beach, Elise Westenbarger,  and  Rachel Green,  undergraduate students, received the Jane Shellabarger Nocito Family/Pierre Foods Scholarship.

Emily Hargrove, graduate student alumni, published her first academic journal aritcle.

Exercise Physiology

Versai Murphy, senior undergraduate student, received the Hilda Richards Scholarship.

Emily Ianni, graduate student, received the Fredrick "Fritz" Hagerman Scholarship.