Our College’s undergraduate and graduate degree programs prepare students to move into a variety of careers that support the physical, mental, social and emotional needs of individuals, families and our communities.
Designates degree is also available online.
The undergraduate program in alcohol and drug studies prepares students to enter the addiction field or prepare for an advanced degree.
The undergraduate and graduate programs in applied health science prepare students for rewarding careers and advanced degrees in community health, school health teaching, and alcohol and drug rehabilitation.
Minnesota State University, Mankato's undergraduate and graduate programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders prepare students for rewarding careers in speech- language pathology and audiology.
Our state of the art facilities and world-class educators prepare students for a fulfilling career as a dental hygienist or an advanced degree as an Advanced Dental Therapist.
The Exercise Science Programs offer science-based and human-focus degrees in Exercise Physiology, Exercise Science, Pre-Physical Therapy or Sports Medicine. All paths emphasizes practical, real-world experiences.
Our degrees in Dietetics, Child Development and Family Studies or Foods and Nutrition all train future professionals to promote the well-being of individuals and families.
Our undergraduate and graduate programs in Family Consumer Science Education will prepare you for careers educating or teaching in the areas of family consumer science.
The undergraduate program in health and physical education empowers graduates to encourage all children to lead healthy and active lives through effective health and physical education programs.
This program is for undergraduate students who wish to earn a registered nurse licensure and a Bachelor's degree in Nursing. Upon completion, students will earn a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Nursing and will be eligible to sit for the national licensing examination (NCLEX-RN).
The BS in Physical Education-DAPE program prepares future educators for teaching students in PreK-12 about how to live a physically active and health-enhancing lifestyle.
With majors in pre-occupational therapy and pre-physical therapy, these pre-professional undergraduate majors are designed for students who plan to for apply to professional occupational therapy and physical therapy programs.
The Recreation, Parks and Leisure Services major offers career tracks in Leisure Planning and Management, Resource Management and Therapeutic Recreation.
The Department of Social Work is home to BSSW and MSW programs that are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. Social Work prepare students for generalist and advanced generalist practice and for licensure as a social work professional.