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College of Behavioral Health Sciences

College of Behavioral and Health Sciences
College of Behavioral and Health Sciences

The College of Behavioral and Health Sciences has an enduring commitment to academic endeavors and community outreach based on empirical research and evidence-based practice designed to educate students and the community about the human condition and ways to improve it.

College of Behavioral and Health Sciences

Welcome to the homepage of the College of Behavioral and Health Sciences (CoBHS)! At the links to the left, you will find information about the various undergraduate majors and programs offered through the College. These majors include:

The College of Behavioral and Health Sciences also offers the following unique minors:

Note: Austin Peay also offers undergraduate programs in Radiologic Technology, Medical Technology, and a host of pre-professional health/medical-related programs through our College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.

Complementing College offerings at the undergraduate level, the College of Behavioral and Health Sciences offers the following graduate programs under the auspices of the College of Graduate Studies:

Faculty of the College will work closely with you to assist you in your courses, mentor you in research, or just share with you the excitement of learning. Many students earn their undergraduate degree and, upon graduation, secure employment in a variety of business, non-profit, and healthcare settings, while others elect to pursue graduate education at Austin Peay or elsewhere. The education you receive in the College of Behavioral and Health Sciences will develop in you the analytical skills and the ability to make decisions based on evidence that is necessary to be successful on whatever path you travel.

If I can be of assistance to you on your academic journey, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Sincerely,

David W. Denton,
Ph.D., Professor, Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and Dean

 

Remo Butler
Meet Gen. Remo Butler

"When you go to Austin Peay, they expect great things from you"

 

AP Day
AP Day for prospective students is Feb. 3

High school students interested in knowing more about attending Austin Peay are encouraged to visit during Spring 2018 AP Day on Saturday, Feb 3 and tour campus, meet with academic departments and student organizations and hear from important offices such as admissions, housing and financial aid.

Sonya Clark
Award-winning textile artist Sonya Clark is the 2017-2018 Acuff Chair of Excellence

Award-winning textile artist Sonya Clark will return to the campus of Austin Peay State University as the 2017-2018 Acuff Chair of Excellence, after being selected by the faculty of the APSU Department of Art + Design.

Work by John Douglas Powers
The New Gallery presents "John Douglas Powers: The Four Winds"

The New Gallery, with support from the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts and the Department of Art + Design, is continuing its 2017-18 season with this newest exhibition.

Poetry Class
Sep
15
Aimee Nezhukutamathil, Visiting Writer Poetry Read
Date: September 15, 2017
Time: 8:00 pm
Location: MUC, Room 303
Concert photo
Sep
16
CCCA Cumberland Winds Jazz Combo
Date: September 16, 2017
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: MUC, Room 303

 

Feb
01
CECA guest artist Wes Baldwin, Cello
Date: February 01, 2018
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Location: Music/Mass Communications Mabry Concert Hall
Feb
01
John Douglas Powers: The Four Winds
Date: February 01, 2018
Time: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location: New Gallery: John Douglas Powers os a 2017 Guggenheim Fellowship recipient. The New Gallery at APSU os proud to host the first showing of Powers' new work created during his fellowship year. Powers; sculptural work has been exhibited nationally and his videos and animations have been screened internationally. He studied art history at Vanderbilt University and earned his MFA in sculpture at the University of . Powers currently lives and works in Knoxville, Tennessee and teaches at the University of Tennessee. Learn more at: www.john-powers.com
Jan
31
John Douglas Powers: The Four Winds
Date: January 31, 2018
Time: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location: New Gallery: John Douglas Powers os a 2017 Guggenheim Fellowship recipient. The New Gallery at APSU os proud to host the first showing of Powers' new work created during his fellowship year. Powers; sculptural work has been exhibited nationally and his videos and animations have been screened internationally. He studied art history at Vanderbilt University and earned his MFA in sculpture at the University of . Powers currently lives and works in Knoxville, Tennessee and teaches at the University of Tennessee. Learn more at: www.john-powers.com