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Welcome from Department Chair

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    Thank for you for visiting the Department of Health and Behavior Studies at Teachers College, Columbia University. We think you will find that HBS offers many exciting opportunities to enhance your academic and professional skills and prepare you for a rewarding career in one of the fields for which we offer professional preparation.

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Choose Your Area of Interest

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    Applied Educational Psychology
    The programs offered in Applied Educational Psychology prepare students to serve as educators, scientists, and service providers in a variety of settings, including universities, schools, psychoeducational clinics, hospital-based child study clinics, and community agencies. See our Reading Specialist and School Psychology programs.

    Health Studies
    The programs offered in the areas of Health Studies include Diabetes Education and Management, Health Education, Nursing Education, and Nutrition and prepare students to serve in leadership roles in community-based organizations, government agencies, corporations, health care settings, and educational settings. 

    Applied Sciences of Learning and Special Education
    The programs offered in our Applied Sciences of Learning and Special Education cluster include degrees that lead toward certifications and/or specializations in Applied Behavior AnalysisDeaf and Hard of Hearing, and Intellectual Disabilities/Autism, which prepare students to serve as leaders and scholar-practitioners skilled in the development, evaluation, and application of practices that improve the life prospects of people with disabilities.

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