This minor provides students with key concepts that impact mental and physical well-being. Students will study foundations for health and explore practices to prevent illness and disease. Obstacles and opportunities for health behavior change are addressed. NOTE: This minor may not be declared with the following majors: B.S., Health & Wellness, B.S. Human Services: Wellness and Prevention, and B.S Psychology: Wellness & Prevention.
Students will have the opportunity to:
1. Determine the evidence-based best practices that are common to the field of health and wellness.
2. Recognize the health-related problems of an individual, a community or agency.
3. Apply knowledge of health and wellness concepts to determine interventions that affect behavior change and enhance the overall well-being of an individual or group.
|HLTC 560||Health Behaviors: Theoretical Foundations for Health Education||4|
|HLTC 620||Health Program Planning and Evaluation||4|
|SCI 502||Nutrition and Health||4|
|HLTC 612||Population Health||4|
|or SCI 603||Advanced Human Physiology & Wellness|
|Select one of the following:||4|
|The Emerging U.S. Health Care System|
|Principles of Exercise Science|
|Contemporary Issues in Personal and Global Health|
|Fitness and Health|