Educating for life.
The College of Health Sciences prepares well-educated and highly qualified professionals, conducts innovative research, and promotes community engagement to improve people's health - physically, emotionally and socially.
Through 11 disciplines, with more being developed, the College of Health Sciences positions Appalachian as the premier university for outstanding academic preparation of health and human services professionals in Western North Carolina and beyond.
Recreation Management program celebrates 40 years at AppalachianIn the spring of 1974, Appalachian State University awarded the first Recreation Management degrees to a small number of students in the Department of Physical Education. However, a humble beginning...
Graduate Social Work students participate in interdisciplinary competition at Wake ForestGraduate students in the Department of Social Work Emily Duberman, Kellee Gahan, and Mindy Hill participated in the 3rd Annual Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity (MACHE) Bowl. The event took...
Exercise Science graduate student awarded full scholarship for Ph.D. program in AustraliaCourtney Goodman, a recent graduate of the Master's Degree Program in Exercise Science, has been awarded a full scholarship to pursue her Ph.D. in Exercise Science at Edith Cowan University (ECU) in...
Educators, students, and scientists share the "PhUn" in physiologyMabel Elementary School 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 7th grade teachers will partner with a physiologist from Appalachian State University to help students explore physiology, the study of how living things...
Human Performance Lab teaming up with sought-after partnersA recent article from Business Today shows the Appalachian State University Human Performance Laboratory (HPL) at the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis, NC is quickly attracting many...
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Departments and Programs
- Social Work
- Communications Sciences and Disorders
- Nutrition and Health Care Management
- Health and Exercise Science
- Recreation Management and Physical Education
- Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Institute for Health and Human Services
- Human Performance Lab- North Carolina Research Campus
D. D. Dougherty Hall
ASU Box 32170
Boone, NC 28608
STUDENTS PLEASE CONTACT:
Director of Student Services