Build a healthier community with the UW-Stevens Point School of Health Sciences and Wellness
The School of Health Sciences and Wellness at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point prepares students to help people live more healthfully in a variety of high-demand occupations. Our students study the science behind health and the art of how to help people get there.
32 educational opportunities–including undergraduate majors and options, graduate degree programs and certificates at both levels–we have a path for everyone who has discovered their passion for healthy living. Whether students are zoned in on their academic and career goals or exploring their fit in this area, all students benefit from common curriculum and a shared understanding of the principles that health and wellness practitioners follow, with detailed, discipline-specific training from their major
faculty and staff.
UW-Stevens Point established the first college degree program in
wellness in the world, and we continue to be a leader in the field. Our goal is to develop students' skills that enable mental toughness, optimal physical and mental performance, strong leadership, and goal achievement to build a more adaptive, healthy and resilient workforce that can grow and thrive in the face of challenges and bounce back from adversity.
Discover Your Purpose as an Undergrad
From introductory courses that let you sample a variety of health fields to hands-on labs, practicums, clinicals and internships that
nurture workplace success, the School of Health Sciences and Wellness prepares you take that first step for a successful career.
Graduate Programs that Elevate Your Skills
Taking your education to the next level is required for many health professions and UW-Stevens Point offers options for your successful advanced degree completion. Our
graduate programs are flexible (many 100 percent online),
focused on best practices and
prepare you for high-level leadership positions.
Healthy Impact on Community
Graduates from our accredited programs
treat clients who range from infants to the elderly in a variety of settings including schools, clinics, hospitals, corporations, rehabilitation centers, private practice and state agencies. That is why UW-Stevens Point is so connected to the community. From serving clients at our
Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic to serving meals at the
CPS Café, these hands-on opportunities for students to work alongside faculty in real-world settings, makes all the difference for our community. And when communities need local data to build their health improvement plans our
Neighborhood Health Partnerships program is here to assist.
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