School of Health Sciences

Cynthia Schroeder, PhD, Dean


The School of Health Sciences provides students with cutting-edge academic and experiential learning opportunities to prepare graduates as life-long learners in their chosen allied health profession.

The School of Health Sciences is comprised of the following departments and offers the following degree programs and minors in each department:

Athletic Training Department

  • Athletic Training, BS

Exercise Science Department

  • Exercise Science, BS

Nursing Department

  • Nursing, BS  IMPORTANT NOTE: The Post-licensure Bachelor of Science in Nursing is no longer accepting applications.
  • The baccalaureate degree in Nursing program at Lindenwood University is accredited by the Commission of College Nursing Education  (

Paramedicine Department

  • Paramedicine, BS Traditional Student Track
  • Paramedicine, BS Experienced Paramedic Track

Physical Education, Wellness, and Recreation Department

  • Health, BA K-12 Education Certification
  • Health Promotion and Wellness Management, BS
  • Physical Education, BA K-12 Education Certification
  • Physical Education, BS
  • Recreation, Sport, and Tourism Management, BA
  • Therapeutic Recreation, BS 

Public Health Department

  • Public Health, BS Cell Science and Biology Emphasis
  • Public Health, BS Community and Population Health Emphasis

Health Science Minors

  • Adapted Sport and Recreation Minor
  • Coaching Minor
  • Health and Wellness Minor
  • Nutrition Minor
  • Outdoor Leadership Minor
  • Pre-Medical Sciences Minor
  • Pre-Nursing Minor
  • Public Health Minor
  • Recreation Administration Minor
  • Strength and Conditioning Minor