Undergraduate Degree Programs

The School of Public Health-Bloomington offers twenty baccalaureate majors.  Below each degree title are links to the academic bulletin, course degree requirements (tab sheets), and program websites and admission applications if applicable.


Athletic Training B.S. degree

The fall 2016 semester is the final semester in which students beginning undergraduate studies at IU Bloomington may pursue the Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training degree. Freshman and transfer students who begin at IU Bloomington in the spring 2017 semester, and after, will not have the BS in Athletic Training degree program as a choice on the appllication for admission. The entry-degree required for students to become certified athletic trainers is shifting from a Bachelor's degree to a Master's degree.



Community Health B.S. in Public Health degree

Students who began at IU Bloomington in the spring 2016 semester, or before, are pursuing the B.S.P.H. degree with a major in Community Health. Students who began at IU Bloomington in the summer 2016, or after, are pursuing the B.S.P.H. in Community Health degree. It is a relatively small distinction, but it may matter to some students. If older students wish to earn the B.S.P.H. in Community Health degree, they may contact their School Records Office to request to be changed to the 2016 degree requirements.


Dietetics B.S. in Applied Health Science degree


Environmental Health B.S. in Public Health degree


Epidemiology B.S. in Public Health degree


Exercise Science B.S. in Kinesiology degree


Health Education – Secondary Teacher Preparation B.S. in Applied Health Science degree


Health Fitness Specialist B.S. in Kinesiology degree


Human Development and Family Studies B.S. in Applied Health Science degree


Nutrition Science B.S. in Applied Health Science degree


Outdoor Recreation, Parks, and Human Ecology B.S. in Recreation degree


Physical Education Teacher Education B.S. in Kinesiology degree


Public, Nonprofit, and Community Recreation B.S. in Recreation degree


Recreational Sport Management B.S. in Recreation degree

The Recreational Sport Management major is being discontinued, but students interested in Recreational Sport Management may still pursue a Recreational Sport Management track as part of the degree requirements for the 2016 Public, Nonprofit, and Community Recreation major. Recreational Sport Management students who started at IU Bloomington in the spring 2016 semester, or before, may complete their degrees with this major. Students beginning at IU Bloomington in the summer of 2016, and after, may no longer choose the Recreational Sport Management major. Alternatively, the Public, Nonprofit, and Community Health major should be chosen.


Recreational Therapy B.S. in Recreation degree


Safety B.S. in Applied Health Science degree


Sport Communication - Broadcast B.S. in Kinesiology degree

The Sport Communication-Broadcast major is not available to students who begin their studies at IU Bloomington in summer of 2016 or after. However, students who started at IU Bloomington in the spring 2016 semester, or before, may complete this degree program. Alternatively, interested students may choose to pursue our Sport Marketing and Management major.


Sport Communication - Print B.S. in Kinesiology degree

The Sport Communication-Print major is not available to students who begin their studies at IU Bloomington in summer of 2016 or after. However, students who started at IU Bloomington in the spring 2016 semester, or before, may complete this degree program. Alternatively, interested students may choose to pursue our Sport Marketing and Management major.


Sport Marketing and Management B.S. in Kinesiology degree


Tourism, Hospitality, and Event Management B.S. in Recreation degree


Youth Development B.S. in Applied Health Science degree