School of Allied Health Sciences
Our school offers many undergraduate and graduate degree programs that lead to licensure in a number of medical fields as well as options for students who are planning to go on to Medical School (pre-Med), Physical Therapy School (pre-PT), Occupational Therapy School (pre-OT) and the like.
Degrees and Licensure Programs
- BS in Kinesiology
- BS in Physical Education (leading to teaching licensure)
- BS in Respiratory Care (leading to RRT licensure)
- BS in Radiologic Sciences (leading to licensure in X-ray, CT, MRI)
- MS in Athletic Training (leading to ATC licensure)
- MS in Genetic Counseling (leading to CGC certification and NSGC licensure)
- MS in Kinesiology
- MS in Respiratory Care
Kade Wagers is a Masters of Kinesiology student at Boise State University who graduated in May of 2022. Currently, he is doing ankle/knee extensor research at the Center for Orthopedics and Biomechanics Research (COBR) laboratory. He is also doing an internship with St. Luke’s Health Systems in the athletic training department and is a graduate assistant working with the College of Health Sciences to create medical research collaborations with St. Luke’s. After graduating with his Masters, Kade will be attending medical school with an interest in orthopedic surgery. During his free time Kade volunteers at local health clinics, is a leader for the boy scouts, and also loves to spend time outdoors doing activities such as skiing, backpacking and mountain biking. He has enjoyed his experience at Boise State due to “the many research and educational opportunities available at the university as well as the great community that has access to outdoor activities right in the school’s backyard.”
Eichmeyer inspires Allied Health Sciences Award
Winning an award for exceptional vision and leadership is a great accomplishment, but it isn’t very often that an individual inspires the creation of a new award. Such is the case for Jen Eichmeyer, program director for the Master of Science in Genetic Counseling Program and the recipient of the first School of Allied Health Sciences Award for Exceptional Vision and Leadership.