Course Summary

Course Description

The Health Promotion and Fitness major prepares students to work in fields related to health and fitness, exercise science, nutrition, and lifestyle management and or to continue to a graduate program of study. You will work in a hands-on environment as a sophomore through a 172-hour experience followed by a minimum of 516 practical hours as a senior in an internship setting.  Click here for a checklist of requirements for the Bachelor of Arts in Health Promotion and Fitness.
Why Health Promotion and Fitness?
Students choose this major if they desire to work in public or community health, as a strength and conditioning coach at the high school or collegiate level, as an exercise specialist in a clinical setting, or as a group fitness leader/personal trainer in a corporate or commercial fitness center. Your faculty advisor will work with you to detemine the direction in this field that might be best for you.

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