Fitness and Wellness Management (BS)
USD 9,550 / per semester *
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* block rate for traditional, full-time tuition
Do you have an interest in fitness, nutrition, health, or wellness? If so, then the Fitness and Wellness Management bachelor of science degree program at Lindenwood University could be for you!
The B.S. in Fitness and Wellness Management will prepare you for a career as a wellness specialist in settings as diverse as corporate, community, government, non-profit, or clinical. This degree will give you the skills and knowledge to will implement wellness programming, evaluate its effectiveness, and use those results to improve the health and well-being of the community you serve.
Lindenwood University Fitness and Wellness Management Faculty
The Fitness and Wellness Management faculty at Lindenwood University is comprised of certified professionals who are instructors, mentors, and academic advisors who will pass on their years of knowledge and experience to you. The smaller class sizes and easy accessibility to instructors at Lindenwood makes for an excellent learning environment where you can excel and succeed.
|27% Higher Income||93% Success Rate|
|Our graduates have a 27% higher income than the national median 10 years after enrolling. Source: US Department of Education's College Scorecard/ Department of Treasury 2018.||Investing in a Lindenwood education sets you up for success. 93% of Lindenwood graduates are employed or enrolled in graduate programs within 6 months of graduation.|
The bachelor of science degree in Fitness and Wellness Management at Lindenwood University requires 10 credit hours of specific general education courses and 50 credit hours within the major. Areas covered are concepts of conditioning, community health, sport and fitness administration, planning and marketing, methods of weight training, and care and prevention.
This includes specific required General Education courses.
53-55 credit hours of coursework from the following options:
- BSC 10000 Concepts in Biology
- EXS 24000 Nutrition Throughout the Lifecycle
- EXS 36000 Exercise Principles for Optimal Performance
- HFS 20500 Fitness and Wellness Concepts
- HFS 20700 Human Anatomy and Physiology
- HFS 20800 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries
- HFS 30000 Health and Well-Being in Society
- HFS 33000/REC 41000 Recreation, Sport, and Fitness Administration
- HFS 34000 Mental Health and Resiliency Techniques
- HFS 35000/REC 38500 Practicum
- PE 33000 Psychological Aspects of Physical Education
- PHS 34000 Health Policy
- PHS 37000 Health Promotion
- PSY 10000 Principles of Psychology
- PSY 32100 Health Psychology
- REC 31000 Inclusive and Therapeutic Recreation
- REC 36200 Program Design and Event Management
3 credit hours of coursework from the following options
- EXS 25000 Foundations of Sport and Exercise Science
- HFS 21500 Introduction to Health and Fitness Sciences
- PHS 20000 Foundations of Public Health
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Lindenwood offers a wide range of scholarships to support student success. 88% of Lindenwood undergraduates receive scholarships. Source: The National Center for Educational Statistics.