HERS students can choose from several programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
No matter your program, you'll learn in state-of-the-art facilities, participate in clinical settings, and have the opportunity to do research in the field.
You'll also have access to the highest possible accreditations and affiliations.
Focus your passion for sports into a career as an athletic trainer.
As a 3+2 program, you’ll earn both your bachelor’s and master’s degrees in just five years—setting you up for success in this competitive career path.
Or become an athletic trainer in two years if you already have your bachelor's degree.
Learn more about your options in Athletic Training.
Mental Health in Schools & Organizations
Raise awareness, reduce the stigma, and learn front-line skills to address mental health issues within your school, workplace, and community.
Learn more about the Mental Health in Schools & Organizations graduate certificate.
Promote healthy movement and physical activity in clients within a wide variety of medical and rehabilitative science fields as a physical therapist, occupational therapist, physician’s assistant, or kinesiologist.
Use the latest technology and interpret data to help individual athletes and entire sports teams alike optimize their performance.
You’ll have the skills needed to predict and prevent sports injuries as well as find opportunities that maximize strengths and minimize weaknesses.
Learn more about the Performance Analytics master's degree.
Understanding how physical, social, and economic environments affect people’s health will prepare you for either a career in a health-related area or graduate school.
Public Health offers 4 majors:
- Community Health
- Health Administration
You can also minor in Nutrition or Public Health to complement another area of study.
Learn more about your options in Public Health.