Choice. Opportunity. Advancement.
Graduate programs in Health, Recreation & Community Services (HRCS) blend together expertise from within and outside of the department to broaden your knowledge and advance your career. Consider:
- Athletic training MATR
- NEW in 2022! 3+2 option
- Community health and recreation
- Philanthropy/nonprofit development (online)
- Intensive study in allied health, recreation and community services, part of the College of Education doctoral degree program
Once again, your options reflect the diversity of HRCS degrees. From convenient online delivery, to the mix of community health and recreation, to the new 3+2 pathway to the MATR, choice — and opportunity — await.