University of Illinois at Chicago College of Applied Health Sciences

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The College of Applied Health Sciences is a school at the University of Illinois at Chicago offering both undergraduate and graduate programs of study.

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The College of Applied Health Sciences is home to UIC's:

Degrees offered: Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), master of science in rehabilitation sciences, certificate in clinical rehabilitation and technology research
Degrees offered: Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD), master of science in occupational therapy
Degrees offered: bachelor of science in kinesiology, bachelor of science in nutrition, master of science in kinesiology, master of science in nutrition, PhD in kinesiology and nutrition
Degrees offered: bachelor of science in disability and human development, master of science in disability and human development, PhD in disability studies, certificate in assistive technology
Degrees offered: bachelor of science in health information management, online master of science in health informatics, master of science in biomedical visualization (medical art), PhD in biomedical and health informatics, post-baccalaureate certificate in health information management, post-master’s certificate in health informatics


The college also offers a bachelor of science and PhD in rehabilitation sciences.

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