Health Promotion and Wellness Student Resources

Student Resources

B.S. Wellness Management Advising:  Record of Progress Form (.pdf 209 kb)

Interest Tracks for Graduate School Preparation and/or Jobs

By carefully selecting your electives or minors you can leverage your Wellness Management degree as a starting point for a Master's Degree and/or specific career. Students should check specific colleges/universities for detailed requirements and pre-requisites. For more detailed information: Explore Health Careers.org

GRADUATE SCHOOL

MPH Master's in Public Health
No specific pre-requisites
GPA> 3.0 the higher the better
GRE

Physical Therapy (P.T) or Occupational Therapy (O.T.)
MAT 158/Statistics
Biology and Lab (4-8 cr)
Chemistry and lab (8 cr)
Physics and Lab (8 cr)
In addition to PSY 100-
       Child/Adolescent/Adult/ Abnormal and/or Developmental Psychology (3-9 cr)
800-1000 health care related volunteer hours
GPA 3.3 > the higher the better
GRE

MSN in NURSING for non-nursing majors:
Microbiology
MAT 158/Statistics
Developmental Psychology
The human anatomy, human physiology and microbiology courses must have been taken within 5 years of application.
GPA> 3.0 the higher the better
GRE

Physician's Assistant (PA)
Biology and Lab (8 cr)
Chemistry and lab (4- 8 cr)
Organic Chemistry w/ lab or Biochemistry w/ lab
Microbiology w/ lab
Genetics
2 English courses ( 1= composition)
Statistics
Medical Terminology
800-1000 health care related volunteer hours
GPA> 3.0 the higher the better
GRE

M.S. Nutrition/Dietetics:
Biology and Lab (8 cr)
Chemistry and lab (4- 8 cr)
Organic Chemistry
Physiology
Statistics
Biochemistry
GPA> 3.0,  the higher the better
GRE

M.S. Exercise Science:
Biology and Lab (4-8 cr)
Chemistry and lab (4- 8 cr)
Physics and Lab(4-8 cr)
Calculus
GPA> 3.0 the higher the better
GRE

M.S. Sport/Fitness Management:

No specific pre-requisites

M.S. Wellness Management
No specific pre-requisites
GPA> 3.0 the higher the better
GRE