Health and Wellness Management

Program Description

Catalog Year: 2019

The degree in health and wellness management prepares graduates to sit for the certified personal trainer credentialing examination of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and the group fitness instructor credentialing examination of the American Council on Exercise (ACE).

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Program Requirements

Health and Wellness AAS Gen Ed Courses : Communications Req

Take 6.00 credits from:
  • ENG-101 - English Composition I
  • ENG-102 - English Composition II
  • BUS-101 - Business Communications
  • BUS-142 - Report Writing

Health and Wellness AAS Gen Ed Courses : HWM GenEd Courses

  • BUS-120 - Business Mathematics
  • HUM-216 - Ethics
  • PSY-100 - Intro to Psychology

Health and Wellness AAS Required Course : HWM Major Courses

  • HPE-112 - Intro. to Healthcare Vocabulary
  • BIO-110 - Principles of Biology
  • BIO-240 - Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • PHR-102 - First Aid and Safety
  • PHC-111 - Individualized Fitness Programming
  • PHC-130 - Beginning Fitness Walking
  • BIO-101 - Nutrition for Contemporary Society
  • MMT-125 - Leadership Development
  • PHC-200 - Fundamentals of Weight Training
  • HWM-135 - Personal Wellness
  • HWM-148 - Personal Training II
  • HWM-145 - Health/Fitness Facility Standards
  • HWM-142 - Structural Kinesiology
  • HWM-147 - Personal Training I
  • HWM-139 - Sport and Exercise Psychology
  • HWM-150 - Personal Training Internship

Health and Wellness AAS Required Course : HWM PHR Courses

Take 1 course from:
  • PHR-110 - Active for Life
  • PHR-115 - Healthy Eating for Life

HWM Elective Courses : HWM Electives

Take 3.00 credits from:
  • HWM-130 - Pilates Mat
  • HWM-132 - Group Fitness Instructor I
  • HWM-133 - Group Fitness Instructor II
  • HWM-136 - Advanced Group Fitness Instruction
  • HWM-137 - Group Fitness as a Profession
  • HWM-140 - Athletic Injury Management

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