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Academics

Majors and Minors

Allied Health Major (B.S. and B.A.)

The Allied Health major at Otterbein University has been designed to expose students to the wide variety of options for study and career opportunities in the health care arena. We have two options for study within this major. Learn more.

Athletic Training Major (B.S. and B.A.)

This program is designed to qualify you to site for the Board of certification (BOC) National Exam and prepare you for post-graduate careers. Learn more.

Public Health Education

Within the Health Education major, students may choose to pursue a Public Health concentration. Learn more.

Exercise Science and Health Promotion

This program prepares you to work in fields related to health and fitness, exercise science, nutrition, and lifestyle management and or to continue to a graduate program of study. You will work in a hands-on environment as a sophomore through a 75-hour practicum experience followed by a minimum of 300 practical hours as a senior in an internship setting. Learn more.

Nutrition Minor

The current trend in health care emphasizes wellness and prevention. Adding a nutrition minor to your degree will give you valuable credentials as the demand for nutrition-savvy health professionals is increasing. Learn more.

Sport Management Major and Minor

One of the Top Programs in North America
The Sport Management program at Otterbein University was granted special distinction by receiving national approval/accreditation from the North American Society for Sport Management-National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASSM-NASPE) Sport Management Program Review Council. Learn more.

Master of Science in Allied Health

The Otterbein University Master of Science in Allied Health in Exercise and Health Science program will prepare you for the next level in your career advancement through a challenging and professionally focused curriculum that will deepen your:
Clinical knowledge ─ Enabling practitioners to improve the scientific basis of your practice, update content knowledge as it relates to Health Sciences, and improve skills related to critical inquiry.
Leadership skills ─ Advance your knowledge related to leadership and ethical issues, extending skills as they relate to program development and design, and developing your skills in assessment and evaluation.
Educational skills ─ Deepening your knowledge in curriculum design and implementation, learning theory, pedagogy, and issues related to teaching and learning round out the professionally focused curriculum.  Click here to be redirected to the Graduate School for more information.

/ Department of Health and Sport Sciences

Center of Health & Sport Sciences 
New Location:
140 Center Street 

Annette Boose

p/ 614.823.3528
e/ aharting@otterbein.edu

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