School of Health Sciences

The School of Health Sciences provides benefits to a diverse society and its learners by ensuring superior educational and growth opportunities and high academic standards; conducting and participating in scholarly endeavors, and coordinating the assessment of professional competencies that assists in the development of productive professionals and upstanding citizens.

Check out what CMU has to offer in the video "Why Health Sciences?"!

Academic Programs

A variety of health-related programs at CMU are offered on both an undergraduate and graduate level with most courses available on campus.

The professional education programs are designed to be comprehensive and include all the academic and clinical educational components needed to promote high-quality healthcare delivery.

The educational programs include training in liberal arts and humanities, basic sciences, social sciences, clinical skills and professional behaviors.

Internships and service learning opportunities are integral components of the health professions programs.

Undergraduate Programs

  • Public Health Education Major
  • Environmental Health and Safety Major
  • Exercise Science Major 
  • Health Administration Major
  • School Health Education Major


  • Community Health Minor
  • Health Fitness Minor
  • School Health Education Minor
  • Substance Abuse Education: Prevention, Intervention and Treatment Minor

Masters Programs

Graduate Programs