Applied Health Studies

The Applied Health Studies track is a degree completion program for individuals who are certified, licensed, or registered in a healthcare profession.

What You'll Study

Applied Health Studies Track

Are you currently certified, licensed, or registered in a healthcare profession? If so, this track will build on your current knowledge and skills as you continue your education and earn a bachelor's degree. You will benefit from attaining core knowledge at an advanced level that applies to all healthcare practitioners while establishing a more marketable, multi-skilled background.

Topics covered include:

  • Consumer Health
  • Program Planning
  • Current Issues in Health



Student Organization: Health Science Majors Club

Mission Statement and Purpose: The purpose of this organization shall be to provide health information to the campus of Lock Haven University. This organization shall also promote health events on campus.

Member Benefits: Active members can benefit from the following:

  • Meet upper/underclassmen and bond over similar interests
  • Provides community service opportunities, as well as campus and community health related information
  • Members rewarded for active member status at the completion of the semester
  • Resume builder
  • Fun way to mingle with peers

Average Number of Members: There are a little over a hundred members, but our average meeting attendance is closer to 20-30 members.

Active Membership Requirements: In order to maintain an active member, students must attend two meetings and five events each semester.

Meeting Schedule: Typically, meetings are biweekly. A schedule will be provided once one is formed.

Annual Events: In a normal semester, we offer 15-20 events. There is a wide variety, some examples include a club trip, fundraising/donating, presentations/guest speakers, and heath events.

Social Media: We don’t have any club specific social media accounts, but it’s possible to connect with us through our department’s Instagram and Twitter handles: @lhuhlthscience

Faculty Advisors: Dr. Jeanine Page and Dr. Jennifer Rudella can be contacted for further information.

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Program Highlights

  • Scholarships: From honorariums to full-tuition waivers, scholarships exist to reward your hard work and dedication to the major. Find more information here.
  • Field Experience: As a Health Science major you will be required to complete a professional field experience that serves as a culminating experience linking academic preparedness to an experience that matches your career goals and aspirations. 
  • Facilities: Lock Haven University provides exceptional, state-of-the-art facilities for the Health Science program. There are athletic training facilities, an exercise physiology lab, rehabilitation center, and gross human anatomy (cadaver dissection) lab. 

Featured Program Faculty

full list of FACULTY


Dr. Amy Way
Dr. Curt Dixon
Dr. Jeanine Page
Dr. Steve Streator

Want to Know More?

Department of Health Sciences

Dr. Dan Gales
161 Willis Health Professions Building, Lock Haven University
(570) 484-2417

Contact our Admissions Office

8:00am to 4:00pm Monday-Friday
(570) 484-2027

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