Health and Fitness Studies (B.S.)

Major: Health and Fitness Studies (B.S.)

Students majoring in Health and Fitness Studies may pursue interest in such areas as personal training, strength and conditioning training, worksite wellness, health promotions, fitness centers, and graduate school. See your advisor regarding possible career choices and graduate school requirements.

Departments/Programs
Required Courses 49 hours
Health and Fitness Studies (58 hours)
BIO 1090 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology I and BIO 1090L Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology I Laboratory 4 hours
BIO 1100 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology II and BIO 1100L Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab 4 hours
HHP 1270 Advanced Emergency Care 1 hour
HHP 1320 Introduction to Allied Health 1 hour
HHP 2010 Drugs in Modern Society 3 hours
HHP 2020 Consumer, Community, and Environment Health Issues 3 hours
HHP 2030 Human Sexuality 3 hours
HHP 2040 Stress and Disease Management 2 hours
HHP 2500 Human Nutrition I 2 hours
HHP 2600 Human Nutrition II 2 hours
HHP 2650 Strength Training and Conditioning for Coaches 2 hours
HHP 2660 Personal Training 2 hours
HHP 2920 Sport Facility and Event Management 3 hours
HHP 3100 Worksite Health Promotion 3 hours
HHP 3850 Biomechanics and Kinesiology 4 hours
HHP 4150 Physiology of Exercise 4 hours
HHP 4250 Exercise Testing and Programming 3 hours
HHP 4970 Internship 3 hours
Select 7 hours from the following courses: 7 hours
 
Senior Comprehensive 2 hours
HHP 4980 Capstone Seminar in Health and Human Performance 2 hours
HHP 4990 Senior Assessment and Comprehensive Exam 0 hours