Jennifer Temple and Amanda Ziegler

Our rigorous programs emphasize scientific inquiry and discovery at every level of your education.

Learn how various aspects of exercise and physical activity - including physiological, biomechanical, nutritional, and behavioral - can enhance health, fitness, performance, and disease prevention and management.
Consider exercise and prevention from a population and community-based perspective through this five-year degree program.
Gain a thorough understanding of human health and wellness with this ultimate wellness degree.
Understand the role of exercise in health, performance, and disease prevention in a program personalized to your interest in research or clinical practice.
Conduct original research to better understand the link between exercise, nutrition and overall wellness as you prepare for your career in academia, government, health care or clinical research.
Explore the role of nutrition in improved health and disease prevention in a program personalized to your interest in either nutrition science or clinical nutrition.
Advance your training in statistical theory, methods and applications to help prepare for the pursuit of a doctoral degree or direct entry into the workplace.
Prepare for credentialing as a registered dietitian in a program that provides unsurpassed field experience and graduate study.
Learn the foundational concepts of health promotion and wellness education through coursework covering prevention, health improvement and maintenance, and health education within diverse populations.
Learn basic concepts of human nutrition and the relationships between nutrition, health, disease, and the life cycle.
There are a variety of options available to assist you with the cost of your education. 
Participate in programs that offer educational and leadership opportunities outside of the classroom.
Learn about our admissions criteria and how to apply to the School of Public Health and Health Professions.
Our Department of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences and the Office for Academic and Student Affairs (OASA) are here to help you prepare for and plan your academic experience at UB.