Degrees and Deadlines

Exploring your opportunities? Looking for important dates? You're in the right place.

The College of Applied Health Sciences offers 20+ formal degrees, as well as valuable certification programs, fellowships and residencies. Sort by degree type or subject discipline below to see where your interests match our programs.

Listed by Degree Type

Undergraduate Major

  • BS in Health Information Management

    Type

    On Campus or Online

    Description
    Take the first step in becoming an expert in safeguarding critical and private patient data.
    Deadlines
    • Fall (campus): May 1
    • Fall (online): July 1
    • Spring: Nov. 1
    • Summer: Apr. 1
  • BS in Disability and Human Development

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    A broad, interdisciplinary degree that addresses all aspects of the disability experience by blending theory, research and practice
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Jan. 15
    • Fall (transfer): Mar. 31
    • Fall (intercollege transfer): Aug. 15
    • Spring (intercollege transfer): Jan. 1
  • BS in Kinesiology

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    A gateway to any health career. Become an expert in injury and disease prevention, functional evaluation and rehabilitation, and ergonomic solutions that promise better health.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Jan. 15
    • Fall (transfer): Mar. 31
  • BS in Nutrition

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    The first step in becoming a Registered Dietitian. An intensive study of biological and physical sciences applied to nutrients and human health.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Jan. 15
  • BS in Rehabilitation Sciences

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    Get prepared for advanced training and education in rehabilitation health sciences and professional health programs
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Jan. 15
    • Fall (transfer): Apr. 2
    • Fall (intercollege transfer): Aug. 16
    • Spring: Oct. 1
    • Spring (transfer): Oct. 16
    • Spring (intercollege transfer): Jan. 1

Undergraduate Minor

  • Minor in Kinesiology

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    The perfect minor if you're looking to become a health professional. Learn the foundations of anatomy and physiology and become familiar with scientific literature.
  • Minor in Nutrition

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    A great minor if you're planning a health career. Learn principles of good nutrition and how to recognize misinformation and fad diets.

Master’s/Professional Degree

  • MS in Rehabilitation Sciences

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    For scholars and researchers interested in movement dysfunction, functional limitations and the outcomes of rehabilitation on the human body
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Feb. 1
  • MS in Biomedical Visualization

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    Candidates who are strong in science and have excellent art skills can become experts in the visual communication of complex medical and scientific concepts.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Feb. 1
  • MS in Health Informatics

    Type

    Online

    Description
    Become an expert in linking information technology and communications to improve the quality and safety of patient care.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: July 1
    • Spring: Nov. 1
    • Summer: Apr. 1
  • MS in Kinesiology

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    Become a master practitioner in applied exercise physiology; psychology and promotion of exercise, health and sport behavior; or motor control and biomechanics.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Jan. 15
  • MS in Nutrition

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    Prepare for practice in healthcare or industry. Choose between our coordinated or traditional programs to get on track for the future you want.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Jan. 15
  • MS in Occupational Therapy

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    The start to your career in OT—23 months from start to finish
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Dec. 1
  • Doctor of Occupational Therapy

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    Post-professional OTD for certified OTs that want to become advanced practitioners, educators, leaders or managers—includes an MS/OTD co-enrollment option
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Mar. 1
    • Spring: Nov. 1

PhD

  • PhD in Biomedical and Health Informatics

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    For people with a passion for health information. Prepare to advance the discovery and application of new ideas in health information technology.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Jan. 15
  • PhD in Disability Studies

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    Examine how addressing disability in its full complexity can promote the full participation, self-determination, and equal citizenship of people with disabilities in society
    Deadlines
    • Fall : Jan. 15
  • PhD in Kinesiology and Nutrition

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    Prepare for a successful career as a researcher, educator or scientist-practitioner. Conduct basic, applied and translational research in a wide range of kinesiology and nutrition settings.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Jan. 15
  • PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    Become a researcher, educator, or scientist-practitioner skilled at conducting research in rehabilitation-oriented settings
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Jan. 15

Certificate

  • Post-Master’s Certificate in Health Informatics

    Type

    Online

    Description
    Our students enter with advanced degrees and work experience, and leave as trained informaticians ready to make an impact on the healthcare industry.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: July 1
    • Spring: Nov. 1
    • Summer: Apr. 1
  • Assistive Technology Certificate

    Type

    On Campus or Online

    Description
    Preparing professionals to deliver state of the art assistive technology services to people with physical, cognitive or sensory disabilities
    Deadlines
    • Fall : July 15
  • Disability Ethics Certificate

    Type

    On Campus or Online

    Description
    Specialized training in a critical approach to ethical dilemmas concerning life with disability
    Deadlines
    • Fall : July 15
  • Healthy Living Practitioner Certificate

    Type

    On Campus or Online

    Description
    For professionals committed to supporting long-term healthful behavior changes in individuals, groups, research, or other activities.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Feb. 1
    • Spring: Oct. 1

Fellowship or residency

Listed by Discipline

Biomedical Visualization

  • MS in Biomedical Visualization

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    Candidates who are strong in science and have excellent art skills can become experts in the visual communication of complex medical and scientific concepts.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Feb. 1

Disability and Human Development

  • BS in Disability and Human Development

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    A broad, interdisciplinary degree that addresses all aspects of the disability experience by blending theory, research and practice
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Jan. 15
    • Fall (transfer): Mar. 31
    • Fall (intercollege transfer): Aug. 15
    • Spring (intercollege transfer): Jan. 1
  • PhD in Disability Studies

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    Examine how addressing disability in its full complexity can promote the full participation, self-determination, and equal citizenship of people with disabilities in society
    Deadlines
    • Fall : Jan. 15
  • Assistive Technology Certificate

    Type

    On Campus or Online

    Description
    Preparing professionals to deliver state of the art assistive technology services to people with physical, cognitive or sensory disabilities
    Deadlines
    • Fall : July 15
  • Disability Ethics Certificate

    Type

    On Campus or Online

    Description
    Specialized training in a critical approach to ethical dilemmas concerning life with disability
    Deadlines
    • Fall : July 15

Health Informatics

  • PhD in Biomedical and Health Informatics

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    For people with a passion for health information. Prepare to advance the discovery and application of new ideas in health information technology.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Jan. 15
  • MS in Health Informatics

    Type

    Online

    Description
    Become an expert in linking information technology and communications to improve the quality and safety of patient care.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: July 1
    • Spring: Nov. 1
    • Summer: Apr. 1
  • Post-Master’s Certificate in Health Informatics

    Type

    Online

    Description
    Our students enter with advanced degrees and work experience, and leave as trained informaticians ready to make an impact on the healthcare industry.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: July 1
    • Spring: Nov. 1
    • Summer: Apr. 1

Health Information Management

Kinesiology

  • Minor in Kinesiology

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    The perfect minor if you're looking to become a health professional. Learn the foundations of anatomy and physiology and become familiar with scientific literature.
  • BS in Kinesiology

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    A gateway to any health career. Become an expert in injury and disease prevention, functional evaluation and rehabilitation, and ergonomic solutions that promise better health.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Jan. 15
    • Fall (transfer): Mar. 31
  • MS in Kinesiology

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    Become a master practitioner in applied exercise physiology; psychology and promotion of exercise, health and sport behavior; or motor control and biomechanics.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Jan. 15

Kinesiology,Nutrition

  • PhD in Kinesiology and Nutrition

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    Prepare for a successful career as a researcher, educator or scientist-practitioner. Conduct basic, applied and translational research in a wide range of kinesiology and nutrition settings.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Jan. 15

Nutrition

  • Minor in Nutrition

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    A great minor if you're planning a health career. Learn principles of good nutrition and how to recognize misinformation and fad diets.
  • BS in Nutrition

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    The first step in becoming a Registered Dietitian. An intensive study of biological and physical sciences applied to nutrients and human health.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Jan. 15
  • MS in Nutrition

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    Prepare for practice in healthcare or industry. Choose between our coordinated or traditional programs to get on track for the future you want.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Jan. 15

Occupational Therapy

  • MS in Occupational Therapy

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    The start to your career in OT—23 months from start to finish
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Dec. 1
  • Doctor of Occupational Therapy

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    Post-professional OTD for certified OTs that want to become advanced practitioners, educators, leaders or managers—includes an MS/OTD co-enrollment option
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Mar. 1
    • Spring: Nov. 1

Physical Therapy

  • MS in Rehabilitation Sciences

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    For scholars and researchers interested in movement dysfunction, functional limitations and the outcomes of rehabilitation on the human body
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Feb. 1
  • Residency in Orthopedic Physical Therapy

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    For licensed physical therapists looking to perfect their skills as orthopedic practitioners and educators with some of the world's best practitioners
    Deadlines
    • Summer: Mar. 1
  • Healthy Living Practitioner Certificate

    Type

    On Campus or Online

    Description
    For professionals committed to supporting long-term healthful behavior changes in individuals, groups, research, or other activities.
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Feb. 1
    • Spring: Oct. 1

Rehabilitation Sciences

  • BS in Rehabilitation Sciences

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    Get prepared for advanced training and education in rehabilitation health sciences and professional health programs
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Jan. 15
    • Fall (transfer): Apr. 2
    • Fall (intercollege transfer): Aug. 16
    • Spring: Oct. 1
    • Spring (transfer): Oct. 16
    • Spring (intercollege transfer): Jan. 1
  • PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences

    Type

    On Campus

    Description
    Become a researcher, educator, or scientist-practitioner skilled at conducting research in rehabilitation-oriented settings
    Deadlines
    • Fall: Jan. 15