The College of Health and Human Sciences (CHHS) offers students a variety of undergraduate degree programs. Explore your interests in the following degree programs, and find out which program is right for you.
By clicking on the headings below, you can find brief summaries of our programs and find related information – such as answers to questions like “What can I do with this health major?” Looking for more detailed information? Check out our major curriculum sheets.
Due to consolidation efforts the program of study and admission requirements for certain programs may change for Fall 2018. For questions regarding specific undergraduate programs, please contact the CHHS Student Success Center. For graduate program questions, please contact the Office of Graduate Admissions to learn the most up-to-date information.
The School of Health & Kinesiology offers a B.S. in Athletic Training. The ATEP is a highly selective, three-year professional program with a limited number of students (approximately 20) admitted annually.
Child and Family Development
The School of Human Ecology offers a Bachelor of Science for Child and Family Development majors with an emphasis in Child Development, Child Life or Family Services.
- What can I do with a major in Child and Family Development?
- Curriculum Sheet – Child Development Emphasis
- Curriculum Sheet – Child Life Emphasis
- Curriculum Sheet – Family Services
- View information about Child and Family Development
Fashion Merchandising and Apparel Design
The School of Human Ecology offers a Bachelor of Science for Fashion Merchandising and Apparel Design majors with an emphasis in either Design or Merchandising.
The School of Nursing offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). This four-year degree program is approved by the Georgia Board of Nursing and accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
Nutrition and Food Science
The School of Health and Kinesiology offers a Bachelor of Science for Nutrition and Food Science majors with one of three areas of emphasis – dietetics, food science and food systems administration, and community nutrition.
The School of Human Ecology offers a Bachelor of Science for Recreation majors with an emphasis in Outdoor Recreation, Therapeutic, or Tourism and Community Leisure Services.
Last updated: 10/19/2017