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Degree programs

Baccalaureate of science (BS) degree in wellness management

A four-year degree that prepares students for entry-level jobs in worksite wellness, health agencies, health promotion, personal training, and fitness. This degree has the flexibilty to allow students to take all of the necessary pre-requisites to attend graduate school in the following allied health professions: physical therapy, occupational therapy, physician's assistant, nursing, nutrition/dietetics and public health. Students graduate with the following transferable skills: performing health needs assessments, health programming planning, health program implementation and health program evaluation. The use of technology and social media spiral throughout the program and there is strong focus on issues of social justice and health disparitites. 

Athletic coaching minor
To declare an Athletic coaching minor, please go to MyOswego, declaration of major/minor.

New York State Temporary Coaching License
Necessary to coach grades 7-12 in New York state

Health science minor
To declare a health science minor, please go to MyOswego, declaration of major/minor.

Nutrition minor
To declare a Nutrition minor, please go to MyOswego, declaration of major/minor.

Graduate certificate (15 cr) in health and wellness - 100% online
This new graduate certificate is perfect for those needing professional development or considering a career change.

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