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School of Education and Health Sciences

Gain Your Competitive Edge

We're focused on providing students with the skills and knowledge needed change the world — and excel in the areas of education and health & sport science.

From unique state-of-the-art facilities to experiential learning, students have countless opportunities to gain practical experience and prepare for a meaningful career as an educator or health & sport science professional.

Fast Facts

99%

of undergraduate students are employed, in grad school or in a full-time service program within six months of graduation

96%

of graduate students are employed, in grad school or in a full-time service program within six months of graduation

Top 3 Reasons to Choose Education and Health Sciences at UD

  • #1: A Values-Based Approach
  • #2: A Customized Education
  • #3: A Collaborative Environment
  • Education That Matters

    An education in UD's School of Education and Health Sciences is firmly rooted in our Catholic, Marianist values. That means you'll become a complete professional. You'll gain a well-rounded perspective from which to view life. You'll learn how to connect integrity with innovation, leading to a rewarding career where you can use your talents for the greater good. And you'll become a global citizen with a strong sense of moral responsibility and a profound understanding of your ability to shape it.

    You're Unique. Your Education Should Be, Too.

    Want to pursue a double major or a minor? To study abroad or use your skills to help your community? To gain real-world education through internships and student teaching? At UD, you can customize your education plan to prepare you for personal and professional success. Your adviser and the Office of the Dean & Student Services will help you develop - and complete - your plan.

    Explore the Office of the Dean & Student Services

    A Focus on Community

    At UD, you'll be encouraged to strive for excellence, but not at the expense of others. Rather than competing against other students, you'll be part of a collaborative, welcoming community of learners. Here, you'll find a supportive environment where you can ask questions, explore your interests and prepare for a successful future. To top it off, your classes will be taught by accomplished, committed faculty - not teaching assistants or graduate students.

    100%

    Dietetics internship match rate

    96%

    first-time pass rate for Ohio Resident Educator license

    95%

    UD acceptance rate to Occupational Therapy programs

    Featured Programs and Initiatives

    Unique Lab Spaces

    Our state-of-the art laboratories allow education, health & sport science, and physical therapy students the opportunity engage in unique hands-on learning experiences.

    Explore Lab Spaces

    Urban Teacher Academy

    Prepares students who are interested in urban teaching to be culturally competent educators that can understand and respond to the needs and challenges of urban students, families and schools.

    Explore the Urban Teacher Academy

    Bombeck Family Learning Center

    Second-year early childhood education students actively participate in the classrooms at this 5-star rated facility during their year-­long field practicum, learning best practices as they prepare to become teachers.

    Explore the Bombeck Family Learning Center

    Student Teaching

    All teacher education majors participate in student teaching (internship). These practical learning opportunities allow students to apply their knowledge and prepare for a meaningful teaching career.

    Explore the Educational Field Office
    CONTACT

    School of Education and Health Sciences

    Fitz Hall, Room 618
    300 College Park
    Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2969
    937-229-3557

    Committed to educator preparation

    The School of Education and Health Sciences is proud to be one of the first 50 providers in the U.S. to meet the new, rigorous national accreditation standards from the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation.