School of Health, Physical Education & Sport Sciences

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(440) 826-7473

The School of Health, Physical Education & Sport Sciences offers a rigorous core curriculum within a liberal arts framework.

Located in Northeast Ohio, a nationally recognized center for the health care and sports industries, BW offers exceptional clinical and internship opportunities. Our professors teach across disciplines, so you'll learn from and network with professionals from various allied professions. 

You'll graduate with the skills to excel in your field and the agility for your subsequent career moves. 

Undergraduate Majors

Pre-Professional Majors *

Pre-Professional Pathway *

* Pre-professional majors and pathways require a licensure to practice in the professional field that is not acquired during or at the end of a BW education. Often students in these programs must continue with post-graduate or apprenticeship work to qualify for the professional licensure.

LEADERSHIP

Amy Jo Sutterluety
Associate Dean, Health and Physical Education
Professor
Ph.D., The Ohio State University

Cassandra August
Associate Professor
M.S., Kent State University

Kerry A. Bebie
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., The University of Akron

Charles Campisi
Associate Professor
Ph.D., University of Minnesota

Tony Dick
Assistant Professor
M.A.Ed., Baldwin Wallace University

Jaimy M. Dyer
Professor
Ph.D., The Ohio State University

Megan Frank
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Kent State University

Karyn Gentile
Program Director for Athletic Training Program
Associate Professor
Assistant Athletic Trainer
M.S., Syracuse University

Erin Sweeney Hutzelman
Assistant Professor
M.Ed., George Mason University

Wendy Hyde
Assistant Professor
M.Ed., Springfield College

Jesse Jones
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Dale Sheptak
Associate Professor
D.S.Sc., University of Leicester

Elizabeth Walters
Assistant Professor
M.S., Springfield College

Experience the School of HPESS

photo: BW athletic training student

Lucas Scheidemantel, junior athletic training student, has been elected to the OATA Student Senate and will serving as the Northeast Ohio representative through May 2019.