Nutrition, Health & Wellness (Academic Minor)

Nutrition, Health & Wellness Minor

The Nutrition, Health & Wellness academic minor is intended to enrich your current plan of study and provide an opportunity to learn valuable skills and information applicable within healthcare settings. All students interested in pursuing this minor will be able to do so regardless of academic major.

This minor requires completion of 18 hours (with a minimum grade of C) which includes the following:

Required (6 credit hours)

HLSC 2100 - Wellness Concepts Practice (3 credit hours) 
NUTR 2202 - Nutrition (3 credit hours)

Choose from the following (3 credit hours):

ESMS 2015 - Resistance/Aerobic Training Applications (3 credit hours)
HMSE 2000 - Health/Sport Sc Terminology (2 credit hours)
HMSE 2007 - Careers in Health Studies (1 credit hour)

Nine additional credit hours

Students must choose nine credit hours of electives from the following groups:

Upper-division hours in ESMS*
Upper-division hours in PETE*
Upper-division hours in HCL*
Upper-division hours in NUTR*
Upper-division hours in HMSE*
Upper-division hours in HLSC*

*Students majoring in a College of Health Sciences program of study must take courses outside of their current concentration to satisfy the 9-credit-hour elective requirement.

For more info:
Kathy Walker