completing the Health Promotion/Wellness option will be eligible to take
the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing exam to become a
Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES).
Health Promotion/Wellness graduates can find employment in
employee wellness, community health, government and volunteer health
agencies, clinical and managed care settings.
Curriculum includes classes in lifestyle behavior management,
community health, and program planning and evaluation. Internships
placements include city/county health departments, hospitals, worksite
wellness, YMCAs, and the United States Olympic Training Center.