College of Education, Health and Human Sciences

College of Education, Health and Human Sciences

The University of Idaho College of Education, Health and Human Sciences (CEHHS) is organized around three departments offering research-based degree programs. The Department of Curriculum and Instruction prepares new teachers and provides professional development and advanced degrees for in-service educators in a wide variety of content areas. The Department of Leadership and Counseling prepares principals, superintendents, educational leaders, human resource professionals, adult educators, trainers, higher education professionals and rehabilitation/community counsellors. The Department of Movement Sciences provides degrees in athletic training, recreation, dance, physical education and exercise science and health. It's an amazingly diverse array of offerings and a very broad-based college.

 

  • Accredited by The Council on Accreditation of Parks, Recreation, Tourism and Related professionals (COAPRT)

  • Accredited by The Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE)

 

Degree Programs:

Undergraduate degree programs:

  • Career and Technical Education (B.S)

  • Dance (B.S)

  • Elementary Education (B.S)

  • Exercise, Sport, and Health Science (B.S)

  • Physical Education Teach Education (B.S.Ed)

  • Recreation, Sport, and Tourism Management (B.S.)

  • Secondary Education (B.S)

Graduate and Ph. D.

  • Adult, Organizational Learning, and Leadership (M.S.)

  • Athletic Training (M.S.A.T, D.A.T.)

  • Curriculum and Instruction (Ed.S, M.Ed)

  • Education (Ed.D.)

  • Educational Leadership (M.Ed.)

  • Educational Leadership (Ed.S.)

  • Exercise Science & Health (M.S.)

  • Philosophy (Ph.D.)

  • Physical Education (M.S.)

  • Recreation (M.S.)

  • Physical Education and Physical Activity Pedagogy (M.Ed)

  • Rehabilitation Counseling and Human Services (M.Ed., M.S.)

  • Special Education (M.Ed)



Hands-on Learning

iSMaRT Clinic

The Integrated Sports Medicine and Rehabilitative Therapy (ISMaRT) Clinic is free to students, faculty and staff members. Community members also may receive free services with a physician referral.

The clinic is an avenue for students to take a leading, active role in the evaluation and treatment of injuries and illnesses under direct supervision from athletic training faculty members. The ISMaRT clinic utilizes a unique model of health care and presents students with real-world experience while refining clinical practice and creating practice-based evidence.

Doceo Center

The University of Idaho Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning (UIDC) leads teaching innovation and technology integration initiatives at the University and in K-12 schools in the state of Idaho. The UIDC does this by supporting, teaching, modeling, and researching technology integration practices amongst teacher education candidates, school administration candidates, early career teachers, practicing teachers and administrators, university faculty, and K-12 school districts and by providing resources and research to state and national audiences.



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For more information on the degree program you are interested in, please contact us at info@uidahoglobal.com.