As an interdisciplinary major, Integrated Health Studies students experience a wide range of learning environments that are found at a diverse university such as Kent State. 

As a university with a strong emphasis on scholarship and one of five R1 (Carnegie Foundation) universities in Ohio, excellent laboratory facilities are available to IHS students. These include Athletic Training, Exercise Sciences, Biology and Chemistry Laboratories.

  • Kent State offers two athletic training rooms: the Athletic Training Education Center in the MACC Annex, and the John Faulstick Athletic Training Facility in Dix Stadium. 

  • The Exercise Science and Exercise Physiology Programs have nine laboratories that are dedicated to research and classes. These laboratories vary in focus from behavioral science to environmental physiology, as well as motor control and cardiovascular health.

  • The Department of Biological Sciences has modern and well-equipped research laboratories in four buildings and associated support facilities.

  • The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Kent State University maintains outstanding research and instrumentation facilities to support the research mission of its faculty and students.