The health promotion and fitness minor prepares students for a variety of careers such as health coach, fitness instructor and/or personal trainer in the health, wellness and fitness industries. Students can choose to pursue a certification in Personal Training Certification through the National Council on Strength and Fitness.
|SRWM 221 – Principles of Sport, Recreation, and Wellness Management*||3|
|SRWM 237 – Holistic Health||3|
|Current Certification – SRWM 308 First Aid & Safety OR CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer AND First Aid or Lifeguarding OR SOLO Wilderness First Aid OR Wilderness First Responder||0-2|
|Recommended Electives – Choose electives to total 16 hours as approved by advisor|
|SRWM 295 ST – Concepts of Personal Training||2|
|SRWM 295 ST – Strength and Conditioning||2|
|SRWM 295 ST – Sports Nutrition||2|
|BIO 232 – Epidemiology||3|
|SRWM 314 – Organization & Management of Athletics||3|
|SRWM 306 – Principles of Coaching & Sport Management||3|
|BADM xxx – recommended and approved by advisor||3|
|PSY 200 level or higher – recommended and approved by advisor||3|
|COMM xxx – recommended and approved by advisor||2-3|
NOTE: Students with an SRWM major and Health Promotion & Fitness minor must have a minimum of 12 non-overlapping credits to complete the minor.
*courses also found in the SRWM major.