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Student studying in the Biobehavioral Building.

At Penn State’s College of Health and Human Development, our eight departments we offer a robust program of interdisciplinary fields of study representing a wide range of majors and minors to meet your unique professional and personal goals.

Biobehavioral Health

MAJOR: B.S. in Biobehavioral Health

MINOR: Global Health

Communication Sciences and Disorders

MAJOR: B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders

MINOR: Deafness & Hearing Studies

Health Policy and Administration

MAJOR: B.S. in Health Policy and Administration

MAJOR: Integrated undergraduate/graduate program — B.S. in Health Policy and Administration and Master in Health Administration

MINORS: Health Policy and Administration and Minor in Information Sciences and Technology in Health Policy and Administration (IST/HPA)

Hospitality Management

MAJOR: B.S. in Hospitality Management

MINOR: Intercollege Minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Human Development and Family Studies

MAJOR: B.S. in Human Development and Family Studies

MINORS: Human Development and Family Studies and Gerontology Minor

Kinesiology

MAJOR: B.S. in Kinesiology

MAJOR: B.S. in Athletic Training

MINOR: Kinesiology

Nutritional Sciences

MAJOR: B.S. in Nutritional Sciences

MINOR: Nutritional Sciences

Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management

MAJOR: B.S. in Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management

MINORS: Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management and Sustainability Leadership

Intercollege minor

The Diversity and Inclusion in Health and Human Development helps students explore and understand the impacts racial, ethnic, socioeconomic status, and cultural diversity have in the world of health care, education, hospitality, recreation, and tourism.