Degrees - Health
Health and Fitness - Associate of Arts Degree Major
The Health and Fitness major integrates courses that provide students with information related to physical fitness, health, and quality of life. Topics include physical conditioning and the value of physical activity, food and nutrition, disease prevention and management, and additional health related issues.
PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Apply major theories and concepts of health, nutrition, and fitness to improve one's overall wellness and to guide others to make healthy lifestyle choices.
- Support opinions/ideas using solid research principles.
Requirements for the Major
All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.
Students will complete all of the following:
|BIOL C221||Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology||3.0|
|HLTH C100||Personal Health||3.0|
|PE C190||Physiology of Exercise||3.0|
Complete 6 units from the following:
|BIOL C120||Biology of Aging||3.0|
|FN C225||Nutrition and Aging||3.0|
|HLTH C120||Personal Wellness Lifestyle||0.5-2.0|
|HLTH C223||Healthy Aging||3.0|
|PE C101||Personal Fitness and Wellness||1.0|
|PE C102||Lifetime Fitness||0.5-1.0|
|PE C289||Exercise Assessment & Program
|PE C190L||Physiology/Exercise Lab||1.0|
|Subtotal for Major||18.0|
|Total for Degree||60.0|
OR any other Health, Food and Nutrition, or Physical Education courses numbered C100 or above approved by the Department.
Students wanting to take the exam to become a Certified Professional Trainer are advised to take PE C189 Exercise Assessment and Program Implementation as one of their electives.
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