Bachelor of Science, Major in Wellness Management

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This degree option prepares students for employment as managers of wellness and health promotion programs that include corporate wellness programs, private health clubs, senior living facilities, and community and private health/wellness programs.

Bachelor of Science in Wellness Management
Core Curriculum
Component Area I (Communication)6
Component Area II (Mathematics)3
Component Area III (Life and Physical Science)8
Component Area IV (Language, Philosophy, and Culture)3
Component Area V (Creative Arts)3
Component Area VI (U.S. History)6
Component Area VII (Political Science/Government)6
Component Area VIII (Social and Behavioral Sciences)3
Component Area IX (Component Area Option)4
Degree Specific Requirements
BIOL 2401Human Anatomy 14
BIOL 2402Human Physiology4
CHEM 1406Inorganic & Envir Chemistry 14
CHEM 1407Intro Organic and Biochemistry4
MATH 1369Elementary Statistics3
or MATH 1370 Intro to Biomedical Statistics
or MATH 3379 Statistical Mthods In Practice
FACS 2362Nutrition3
or FACS 1367 Basic Nutrition
CSTE 1330Introduction To Computers3
or BUAD 1305 Electronic Communications Tech
Wellness Management Health Courses
HLTH 2381Consumer Health Education3
HLTH 2383Multicultural Health Issues 13
HLTH 3219Group Exercise Instruction2
HLTH 3361Health Planning & Evaluation3
HLTH 3380Drug Use and Abuse3
HLTH 3391Study Of Human Diseases3
HLTH 3392Health Comm & Literacy3
HLTH 4363Interventions for Wellness3
HLTH 4364Directing Wellness Programs3
HLTH 4384Internship Preparation3
HLTH 4387Community Health3
HLTH 4394Internship Program 26
Wellness Management Interdisciplinary Courses
ATTR 3370Prevention & Care of Injuries3
KINE 2114Wgt Train & Phy Conditioning1
KINE 2115Lifetime Health and Wellness 11
KINE 2119Kinesiology Activities1
KINE 2330First Aid - Red Cross Instr Cr3
KINE 3373Physiology Of Exercise3
KINE 4377Prin Exer Testing/Prescription3
BUAD 3355Business Law3
MGMT 3310Principles Of Management3
MGMT 3330Human Resource Management3
MKTG 3310Principles Of Marketing3
Total Hours120

Satisfies Core Curriculum and does NOT count toward total hours in degree.


Students must enroll for two sections of HLTH 4394, for a total of 6 semester credit hours.


Degree must have 120 hours with at least 42 advanced hours (3000 and 4000) taken at a four year institution. 18 hours must be writing enhanced (WE).

Consult current University catalog for questions concerning transfer courses and residency requirements.

Students must earn a grade of "C' or better in HLTH 4394.

HLTH 4384 must be completed prior to enrollment in HLTH 4394 (internship).

HLTH 4394 (internship) is the Wellness Management Internship that requires 400 hours of work in the internship location. Internships are performed during the final semester prior to students anticipated graduation date.

BIOL 2402 requires a grade of “C” or higher in BIOL 2401 and CHEM 1406.

CHEM 1407 requires a prerequisite of CHEM 1406 or the Health Sciences Chemistry.  CHEM 1406 satisfies the 4 hours of Chemistry in Core Competency Area III.

FACS 2362 requires a prerequisite of BIOL 2401.

HLTH 3361, HLTH 4363, HLTH 4364, HLTH 4387, KINE 3373 and MKTG 3310 require Junior Standing.

ATTR 3370 requires Junior Standing or permission of the instructor.

MGMT 3310 requires 50 hours of course work completed.

MGMT 3330 requires a prerequisite ofMGMT 3310.

First Year
ENGL 130113ENGL 130213
Component Area II3HIST 130233
CHEM 140624MATH 1369, 1370, or 33793
HIST 130133CHEM 140724
KINE 211541Component Area IV3
 14 16
Second Year
POLS 23053POLS 23063
FACS 1367 or 23623BIOL 24024
BUAD 1305 or CSTE 13303HLTH 23813
BIOL 24014KINE 23303
KINE 21141HLTH 238353
KINE 21191 
 15 16
Third Year
HLTH 32192HLTH 43633
HLTH 33613HLTH 43873
HLTH 33913MKTG 33103
KINE 33733HLTH 33923
MGMT 33103Component Area IX3
Component Area V3 
 17 15
Fourth Year
HLTH 43643HLTH 33803
HLTH 43843HLTH 43943
BUAD 33553HLTH 43943
KINE 43773MGMT 33303
ATTR 33703 
 15 12
Total Hours: 120

 Satisfies Component Area I.


 Satisfies Component Area III.


 Satisfies Component Area VI.


 Satisfies one hour of Component Area IX.


 Satisfies Component Area VIII.