Health & Wellness - Minor
THIS PROGRAM IS NO LONGER ACCEPTING STUDENTS
Minors have been established within the University to provide opportunities for formal inter-school study. Students must be enrolled in a degree program and must be in good standing to be eligible to take a Minor in another school. The Minor Fields generally consist of 15-21 credits of prescribed courses, depending on the Field. Upon successful completion of all requirements, the title of Minor Field of Study and the courses taken in support of the Field are entered on the student’s transcript.
Minor in Health and Wellness
Milken Institute School of Public Health offers a Minor in Health and Wellness through the Department of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences. Students completing the minor in health and wellness gain a deeper understanding of personal health and well being. The SPHs Specialty Field of Study in Health and Wellness consists of 15 credit hours (six credit hours of required courses and twelve credit hours of advisor approved electives). The Minor provides a strong foundation in health and wellness in preparation for lifelong well being and to serve as a foundation to maintain health. Requirements: 2.25 cumulative GPA or above.
|HLWL 1117||Functional Fitness|
|HLWL 1116||Lifestyle Nutrition|
|9 credits of elective courses selected from the following:|
|HLWL 1102||Stress Management|
|HLWL 1103||Issues in Men's Health|
|HLWL 1104||Outdoor and Environmental Education|
|HLWL 1105||Yoga & the Meaning of Life|
|HLWL 1106||Drug Awareness|
|HLWL 1108||Weight and Society|
|HLWL 1109||Human Sexuality|
|HLWL 1110||Issues in Alternative Medicine|
|HLWL 1111||Sport and the Law|
|HLWL 1112||Issues in Women's Health|
|HLWL 1114||Personal Health and Wellness|
|EXSC 1112||Current Issues in Coaching|
|EXSC 1114||Community Nutrition|
|EXSC 1117||Principles of Coaching|
|EXSC 1118||Sport and Nutrition|
|EXSC 1119W||Children and Sport|
|EXSC 2117W||Sport Psychology|
|EXSC 2119||Basic Nutrition|
|EXSC 2122||Food Systems in Public Health|
Adding or Dropping
To Add or Drop a Minor and to Change the Original Minor Program of Study
Please see the Program Advisor for information, admission to the minor field, to drop the minor, for assistance in the selection of the elective course and to amend the courses on the original program of study. GW School of Public Health will not process requests to add a Minor during the registration period. All transactions require the Application for Undergraduate Minor form and signatures.
Past Program Guides
This is the current program guide for this program. Students should follow the course requirements from the year in which they entered the program. Prior to August 4th, 2014 the Minor in Health and Wellness was categorized as a Secondary Field of Study.