You can choose from a variety of degree programs within the School of Public Health. Some degrees offer multiple majors. For each program, you'll take a core set of public health courses in addition to courses specific to your major. And you'll get to choose electives from across disciplines to suit your interests.
This highly competitive athletic administration and sport management program will give you a clear advantage, whether you want to become a sport communicator, marketer, administrator, or manager.
Develop confidence, independence, and proficiency as an athletic trainer in one the country's top athletic training programs. This degree program is designed specifically to prepare students who do not have an undergraduate degree in athletic training.
Join this top-rated two-year, CAATE-accredited Post-Professional Athletic Training Program If you are already BOC-certified, or are eligible for certification. This program helps you gain the skills and abilities necessary to deliver quality, patient-centered healthcare.
Attain the skills to design, implement, and evaluate effective health behavior change interventions. In this practice-based program, you will build the skills and knowledge you need to become a leader in this cornerstone field of public health.
Contribute valuable data to the understanding of all types of public health issues. You will learn to apply statistical methods to problems in fields such as health sciences, medicine, and biology and have opportunities to balance your theoretical knowledge with professional experience.
Work toward solving some of today's most consequential environmental and occupational health challenges in this practice-based program. You’ll learn how to manage environmental and occupational risks, as well as how to communicate environmental health risks to the public.
Attain the skills to confront the environmental challenges facing our world. This research-based degree can be completed in two years, and will prepare you to move into the workforce or to continue your education with a doctoral or professional degree.
Aquire some of the most sought-after skills in public health. In this program, you’ll learn to conceptualize a public health problem, design epidemiological studies, collect and analyze data, then interpret and disseminate results to a broad range of individuals and communities.
Gain skill sets in health promotion and educational best practices to assess, design, implement and evaluate health promotion programs (individual and community) in a variety of settings.
Pursue a flexible degree with thesis and non-thesis options. Choose from one of five specialized tracks: biomechanics, exercise physiology, exercise and sport psychology, motor control, or sport and coaching science.
Research the study of nutrition processes as well as the components of food in relation to health and disease. This program will prepare you for doctoral study or entry into a career in a medical-related field.
Master effective skills to protect the workforce, general public, and environment from injury and illness in today’s age of technological and scientific advancement.
Learn the skills necessary to design, develop, and implement experiences that promote meaningful and healthy relationships between people and outdoor resources.
Get practical knowledge about the management of public lands, parks, and recreation services in the only Master of Public Health program in North America focused on parks and recreation.
Gain expertise in the management of land, and explore how to balance its environmental needs with people’s use and enjoyment of it. Earn the degree entirely online.
Use skills you learn in this evidence-based program to combat the leading, preventable diseases caused by a lack of physical activity and sedentary lifestyles. Applying highly effective assessment and intervention techniques, you will build strategies and policies for promoting optimal physical health across populations.
Build the expertise to create and implement policies, as well as manage programs that promote the public’s health. Through coursework and extensive practical experience, this program will prepare you to assume a leadership role in the public or private sector.
Study how to manage land-based operations at the national, state, regional, and local levels from one of the top ten recreation, park, and tourism studies programs in the nation.
Gain a variety of techniques to treat and maintain the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of clients with disabilities. The program will prepare you to sit for the Recreation Certification (NCTRC) examination, as well as a career in client care services, department supervision, or service lines.
This major prepares you for a career in a wide variety of settings, including public and private schools and colleges; local, state, and federal agencies; professional associations; and voluntary health agencies.
Prepare yourself to enter the world's largest and most diverse industry by gaining a hands-on understanding of marketing to tourists, as well as managing facilities and destinations.
The M.S. in Biostatistics will prepare you for a variety of career opportunities, such as becoming a clinical scientists, public health researchers, and biostatisticians in pharmaceutical industry.
Master of Science majors—
Prepare for a rewarding career in public health practice: Students in this program are immersed in public health through core courses that focus on practice, policy, and community engagement—from a wide variety of concentrations.
Master in Public Health majors—
- Behavioral, Social, and Community Health (Residential)
- Environmental Health (Online and Residential)
- Epidemiology (Online and Residential)
- Parks and Recreation (Online)
- Physical Activity (Online and Residential)
- Public Health Administration (Online)
The M.S. in Applied Health Science offers majors in several distinct fields, including nutrition science and safety management. Whichever field you choose, you will gain both research and practical experience as you earn this degree.
M.S. in Applied Health Science majors—
- Nutrition Science (Residential)
- Safety Management (Online)
- School & College Health Education (Residential)
- Health Promotion (Residential)
The M.S. in Environmental and Occupational Health will provide you with the necessary skills to address issues like the safety of our water, food, and air, or the spread of toxins and disease in the wake of natural disasters related to climate change.
M.S. in Environmental and Occupational Health majors—
Because our approach to the science of human movement and performance is dynamic and multidimensional, the Master of Science in Kinesiology has several distinct tracks and more than one major. Prepare for entry into an exciting career or a doctoral program, depending on your interests.
M.S. in Kinesiology majors—
- Athletic Administration and Sport Management (Residential)
- Athletic Training Professional Program (Residential)
- Athletic Training Post Professional Program (Residential)
- Kinesiology (Residential)
Choose from a variety of majors in this degree program that takes full advantage of the cultural and natural resources available near the flagship campus of Indiana University.
M.S. in Recreation majors—
- Outdoor Recreation (Online and Residential)
- Park and Public Lands Management (Online)
- Recreation Administration (Online)
- Recreational Therapy (Online)
- Tourism Management (Online)