What can you, as a professional in physical activity, do to prevent disease, prolong life and promote human health?
It seems simple – our bodies are designed to move, and movement is good for us.
But there’s more to that statement than you might think.
What motivates people to move? What obstacles do communities have to engage in physical activity? How does a lack of physical activity affect different populations? What can you, as a professional in physical activity, do to prevent disease, prolong life and promote human health?
Go deeper into the science of physical activity and its application in populations with this new option of the Master of Public Health degree.
Master of Public Health (MPH) with an option in Physical Activity.
The H510 MPH internship is a 200-hour professional internship where knowledge from coursework is applied in a real-world setting.
The College of Public Health and Human Sciences is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health.
If you have specific questions about the application process, visit the college's graduate student admissions page.
For academic or professional information specific to the Physical Activity program, please contact the program director John Schuna, Ph.D.