A career in the health science field is within reach through the Department of Health Science at Minnesota State, Mankato. From undergraduate degrees in alcohol and drug studies to public health or public health education, school health education, occupational therapy or health administration preparation, you'll graduate prepared to make an immediate impact in the health science field through one of these rewarding careers.
This major provides students with the academic coursework necessary to launch their professional careers and make an immediate impact in the lives of those affected by addiction.
The Applied Health Science major is the only one of its kind in the Minnesota State University System. Students choose a path to support careers and/or seek further training in health education and promotion or another allied health profession.
The Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education major prepares future educators for teaching students in Health (grades 5-12) and Physical Education (grades K-12) about how to live a physically active and health enhancing lifestyle.
The Alcohol and Drug Studies minor is for students seeking to support their current major with coursework related to a wide variety of topics in Alcohol and Drug Studies.
The Applied Health Science Minor is for students interested in the field of health and seeking to support their current major.
Students in the online Applied Health Science, MS program are prepared for evolving and challenging professional positions in a variety of settings.
The Department of Health Science is committed to promoting health, preventing disease and improving quality of life through education, scholarships and service to the local, national and international community.
Eta Sigma Gamma (ESG), Beta Kappa Chapter at Minnesota State University, Mankato works to find and initiate service projects within and around the MNSU community to promote healthy living and lifestyle choices.