2023-2024 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

Allied Health Mission Statement The Allied Health programs in the Cedarville University School of Allied Health and Psychology seek to equip stewards to be competent, Christ-honoring professionals in healthcare. Programs of Study Bachelor of Arts (BA) in: • Multi-Age Health and Physical Education program (in teachout process) Bachelor of Science (BS) in: • Allied Health • Exercise Science • Sport Medicine Preparation Students planning to pursue an Allied Health program are best prepared in high school by taking a college preparatory curriculum. Those considering majors in allied health, exercise science, and sport medicine should take biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics courses at least through algebra II. Cocurricular Opportunities Several opportunities are available for students to increase their professional skills and awareness by being involved in the following Cedarville University approved organizations: • Allied health majors — Allied Health Student Organization • Exercise science majors — Health and Fitness Association • Multi-age health and physical education major — Pi Epsilon Omega (Physical Education Organization) • Sports Medicine - Athletic Training Student Organization (ATSO) Career Opportunities Graduate and professional schools welcome Cedarville graduates. Careers pursued by graduates include: • Administrator of youth activities and youth organizations • Athletic director • Athletic trainer • Cardiac rehab • Clinical exercise physiologist • Coach • Corporate wellness director • Exercise specialist • Fitness and recreation management • Health teacher (pre-K to 12) • Personal trainer • Physical education teacher (pre-K to 12) • Physical therapist/occupational therapist • Physician assistant • Strength and conditioning 2023–24 Undergraduate Academic Catalog Page 37 School of Allied Health and Psychology Allied Health