Department of Health Science

The Department of Health Science provides academic programs in athletic training, public health, and health education/promotion. The mission of the department is to demonstrate excellence in teaching, research, and service in those disciplines. 

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Faculty

Department Head
  • Paschal, Angelia
Professors
  • Birch, David
  • Turner, Lori
  • Usdan, Stuart
Assistant Professors
  • Eke, Ransone
  • Gordon, Brian
  • Hibberd, Lizzie
  • Knowlden, Adam
  • Moran, Ryan
  • Zemke, Jeri
Associate Professors
  • Leaver-Dunn, Deidre
  • Nickelson, Jen
  • Paschal, Angelia
  • Ross, Levi
Instructor
  • Harcrow, Andy

Courses

ATR
257
Hours
3
Intro to Athletic Training

The study of current principles in the prevention; examination, assessment and diagnosis; immediate and emergency care; and therapeutic intervention of injuries and illnesses.

HHE
265
Hours
3
Safety and Injury Prevention

Among people 1-44 years of age, unintentional injury is the leading cause of death in the United States according to the centers for disease control and prevention (CDC). Even after age 44, unintentional injury remains among the top ten causes of mortality among Americans. Additionally, millions of Americans are injured each year and not die. For individuals that survive an injury, pain and disability can linger for years, if not for the rest of their lives. This course explores the complex nature of unintentional injuries while examining the impact of various prevention strategies.

Prerequisite(s): NONE
Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: NONE

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