The College of Health and Human Services subscribes to the Institutional Mission of Kennesaw State University with a commitment to excellence in graduate and undergraduate programs that prepare students for professional pursuits; a commitment to a teaching and learning environment that sustains academic excellence; a commitment to public and professional service that addresses educational and other needs within the University's scope of influence; an emphasis on interdisciplinary studies; and a commitment to scholarship and creative activity. To this end, the College of Health and Human Services functions to:

  • Produce quality graduates for employment in the broad-based fields of health and human service including exercise and health science, health and physical education (P12 Certification), nursing, , human services and social work, and sport management.
  • Serve as a resource center for health promotion and wellness activities for the campus community.
  • Provide outreach to the surrounding community in matters of health and human service.
  • Promote interdisciplinary collaboration among the units of the College as related to curriculum, scholarship, and special initiatives, in keeping with the health and human services focus.

For more information about the mission and goals of the CHHS, please see the PDF of our strategic plan.