Undergrad Overview

There are over 2500 undergraduates across the departments in the School of Health and Human Sciences.

Undergraduates with a degree in one of the departments are committed to improved health, well-being and quality of life for populations, communities and individuals worldwide. We value diversity and inclusion and focus on sustainable practices and community engagement.

Undergraduate Careers

Our students become:

  • Educators
  • Social workers
  • Recreation therapists
  • Diplomats
  • Mediators
  • Clinicians
  • Community-engaged activists
  • Scientists, among other professions

Many HHS students also use their undergraduate education as a path to additional graduate school professional and licensure work.

Please see our Undergraduate Programs.


The HHS Advising and Personal Development Center supports our undergraduate students:

  • Selecting appropriate courses and programs
  • Learning about themselves: their values, passions, and strengths with courses such as:
    • HHS 125: Design Your Life I: What Could I Do With My Life?
    • HHS 150: Design your Life III: Enhancing Personal and Academic Success
  • Navigating transfer credits (YouTube)  and access important campus resources

Please visit our Advising and Personal Development Center