The Indiana Wesleyan University School of Health Sciences is committed to creating, disseminating, preserving and applying knowledge in graduate health professions to include public health, athletic training and occupational therapy.
The School of Health Sciences is devoted to teaching, scholarship, research, and clinical practice. We seek to improve health and quality of life for people through a Christ-centered ministry of healing by providing learner centered education, clinical care and community engagement for underrepresented communities. With a commitment to excellence, the school serves local, state, national, and international citizens.
Public Health: The School of Health Sciences offers admission into the Master of Public Health (MPH) program for each fall semester (September). Applicants seeking admission into the MPH program must adhere to the prescribed June deadline date for application completion to be considered for the fall term.
MS AT: The School of Health Sciences offers admission into the Master of Science in Athletic Training (MS AT) program for each summer cohort (July). Applicants seeking admission into the MS AT program must adhere to the prescribed April deadline date for application completion to be considered for the introductory summer term. Classes are held primarily online with one introductory (1) two week intensive conducted at IWU's traditional campus located in Marion Indiana.
The IWU School of Health Sciences is committed to developing compassionate graduates that are clinically, professionally, and culturally competent for careers in Public Health, Athletic Training, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and related health professions.
The Indiana Wesleyan University School of Health Sciences seeks to become an influential provider of clinical, inter-professional, and culturally competent health and human service professionals at the local, state, national, and global levels for the Christian community.
Last updated: 09/14/2016