One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville

Serve Others With Christlike Compassion.

Learn where faith intersects with body and mind to address physical and emotional needs of individuals. Be equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to improve people’s lives through healthcare and psychology. Embark on a rewarding path that combines passion, purpose, and professional growth.

Pursue your vocational calling in allied health and psychology.
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Choose Your Area of Study in Allied Health and Psychology

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Allied Health – Undergraduate

Pursue a career in human performance or healthcare. You will be prepared to work in a variety of exercise, recreational, educational, and therapeutic settings as you learn to serve your patients with the mind of Christ.

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Psychology – Undergraduate

Are you passionate about serving others in the fields of mental, social, and behavioral health? Study human nature through the lens of Scripture and become equipped to shine a light for Christ in the field of psychology. 


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Allied Health – Graduate

Impact lives for Christ as an athletic trainer or physician assistant. At Cedarville, you will receive top-notch training that will prepare you to make a difference in the lives of your patients through exceptional care and Christlike compassion.

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School of Allied Health and Psychology Quick Facts

  • 439 Undergraduate and Graduate Students
  • 96.7% Job/Grad School Placement
  • 6 Degree Programs
  • 26 Faculty Members

All new students are assigned a faculty advisor to help you make the most of your 1000 Days.

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Studying Allied Health and Psychology From a Distinctly Biblical Worldview

Cedarville’s approach to allied health and psychology is founded on the belief that every individual is created by God in His image — but is separated from Him because of sin and in need of a Savior. As you’re taught to bring physical or mental healing to a patient, you’ll recognize that the greatest help you can offer is salvation through Jesus Christ.

You’ll discover how caring well for our bodies is an act of stewardship and worship to the One who created us.

“For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.”

— Ephesians 2:10

Allied Health – Undergraduate

Serve Christ in exercise, sport, or health-related fields.

Cedarville University’s allied health degree programs will equip you for a number of health and human performance careers. With Scripture as the foundation of your study, you will learn to serve your patients with the mind of Christ and honor God with good stewardship of the human body.

“I give all the glory to God. It's kind of a win-win situation. The glory goes up to him, and the blessings fall down on me.”

— Gabby Douglas - Professional Gymnast and 2012 Olympic Gold Medalist

Psychology – Undergraduate 

Study behavioral, social, and health sciences with a biblical worldview.

Cedarville University’s psychology program will teach you to think critically through a biblical lens about human behavior across age spans and cultures. You will learn how to relate biblically consistent psychological principles to everyday living and become prepared for a variety of work, ultimately readying you to minister effectively to others.

Psychology Concentrations

*Also offered as a minor

"For while bodily training is of some value, godliness is of value in every way, as it holds promise for the present life and also for the life to come."

— 1 Tim. 4:8

Allied Health – Graduate

Achieve licensure to serve as a healthcare professional.

Cedarville University’s graduate allied health degree programs offer exceptional teaching and real-world, hands-on experiences that will equip you as a competent Christian practitioner. You will take with you the skills and understanding you need to treat the whole patient with the mind and heart of Christ.

"The aim of medicine is to prevent disease and prolong life; the ideal of medicine is to eliminate the need of a physician."

— William J. Mayo, physician and one of the founders of the Mayo Clinic

Leadership - School of Allied Health and Psychology

Mike Weller

Michael S. Weller, EdD, AT

Interim Dean, Associate Professor of Athletic Training - School of Allied Health

“The mission of the School of Allied Health and Psychology is to prepare and develop healthcare providers who take the Gospel of Jesus Christ to their respective patient populations. From people engaged in physical activity to patients in need of all forms of physical and mental healthcare services, our graduates are prepared to meet the ever-growing needs of our world. Our students are trained to provide competent and compassionate care that stems from a biblical worldview where we view the needs of others as more important than our own. We are looking for students who want to become Christ-centered healthcare providers to be part of our School."

— Michael S. Weller, EdD, AT