Undergrad Overview

To speak with Dean and Associate Deans of HHS, please see the talk to the Deans’ schedules

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