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Category: Majors/Programs

Majors/Programs, Occupational Therapy, Student Life

Interested in OTA? Try SOTA!

SOTA is a student-led club that is for all OTA students. The chapter at HU focuses on forming relationships amongst OTA students and serving the Huntington area through volunteering. Volunteering is crucial for HU’s OTA program, allowing them to envision what their future career might look like.
Health & Medical Sciences , Majors/Programs, Student Life

Student Experience: HU’s Biology Pre-Med Major

Becoming a doctor is no easy feat! As with many other career paths, the time dedication, organizational skills, and intelligence needed in this field are incredible. But before you become overwhelmed with the calling God has given you, Mica Allen has some insight!
Majors/Programs, Performing & Digital Arts

Music Matters

God lent us His creativity for a reason. Art brings life to...well...life. Art speaks when we struggle to find words, art sparks conversation, and, obviously, art gives us something to admire. However, I find music to be an especially fascinating medium. Music is more than something we observe; it literally gets into our heads.
Career Opportunities, Majors/Programs, Teaching & Education

Student Experience: Applying to the Department of Education

For those who are interested in HU’s Department of Education, a part of being an education major is applying to the department as a sophomore. It is part of the process of earning your education degree, and there are four components of applying to the department.
Health & Medical Sciences , Majors/Programs

Student Experience: Department of Nursing

When you ask someone at Huntington University what their major is, their eyes usually light up with passion for their chosen profession. I have found this to be especially true of nursing majors. One of my dear friends, Makailah Thompson, a junior nursing major and member of the HU Volleyball program, exudes the joy and heart necessary to be a nurse.
Career Opportunities, Majors/Programs

A Brief Guide to Our Minor Programs

Adding a minor is a fantastic way to diversify your skillset and attract the attention of potential employers. With so many options, it can be difficult to decide what to minor in. So, here are brief summaries for programs offered as minors at Huntington University.
Athletics, Health & Medical Sciences , Majors/Programs

Student Experience: Department of Kinesiology

If you have a passion for health, nutrition, and exercise, HU’s Department of Kinesiology is the perfect place for you! A common misconception is that working in or being interested in nutrition and exercise is only for “fitness buffs” or athletes. Thankfully, senior Kalaina Stephens shed light on the Department of Kinesiology and why it has inspired her to aid others in the pursuit of wellness.
Career Opportunities, Health & Medical Sciences , Majors/Programs

Nurses Unite with HU’s Nursing Student Council

One of the ways HU’s Department of Nursing fosters education and involvement is through the Nursing Student Council (NSC). The purpose of NSC is to facilitate communication between students, faculty, and administration to better promote awareness of health-related topics on HU’s campus and in the community.
Campus Visit, Majors/Programs, Performing & Digital Arts

Summer Camp, My Prologue to DMA

At the start of my freshman year at Huntington University, as soon as I sat down in the animation lab in Becker Hall, my first thought was “it’s good to be back.”
Career Opportunities, Majors/Programs, Performing & Digital Arts

What Can You Do with an Art & Design Degree?

Art is more than making nice things to put on display. Artists are involved in commerce, manufacturing, architecture, and more. Here are some brief descriptions of jobs you can get with a degree in art and design.