Wellness Management Program
The Bachelor of Science in wellness management prepares you to manage and facilitate health and wellness initiatives in a wide variety of settings. Nursing homes, hospitals, corporations, and government agencies have seen the effects a wellness program can have on their residents and employees which is creating an increase in demand for wellness managers.
The required coursework accomplishes the major objectives of the wellness management program including: understanding the major health problems that face Americans and the role that corporate and community wellness programs play in addressing these problems; planning and development of comprehensive wellness programs; establishing effective wellness programs; facilitating, teaching, and promoting wellness program content areas; managing and directing staff, facilities, and budgets of wellness programs; and applying health care economic principles to community, corporate, and hospital wellness programs.
The wellness management degree culminates with a 400-hour professional internship. The internship will be conducted in a corporate, community, or hospital setting under the instruction and supervision of a qualified and experienced wellness professional.
|Length||120 Credit Hours|
|Enrollment||Fall and Spring|
|Tuition/Costs||Rates Per Semester|