B.S. Health, Wellness and Occupational Studies

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As a Health, Wellness and Occupational Studies major you learn how to help others improve their physical and emotional wellness through engagement in occupation and health promotion, as well as prepare for graduate school in the field of your choosing. You gain a strong foundation in biological and social sciences, study human occupation in depth, and learn how to intervene to improve wellness.

Your undergraduate experience provides you with the skills to work in wellness fields, and with the academic abilities to succeed in graduate school. The program provides solid preparation for you to study Occupational Therapy, and the flexibility to prepare for other fields of study such as Disability Studies, Occupational Science, Counseling and other allied health professions.

To learn more about the program, see the Curriculum or visit the Catalog.