Arizona State University, USA, Tempe
Health Sciences - Healthy Lifestyles Coaching, B.Sc.
- Health Sciences - Healthy Lifestyles Coaching, B.Sc.
- Duration : 4 years
The healthy lifestyles coaching focus combines exercise and wellness, nutrition and health sciences to provide students with a solid background in preventative health care.
The health and fitness field has many career options, so when you're trying to choose a career, you'll most likely want to first determine what type of degree you should pursue. Job options may differ if you earn an associate degree instead of a master's, for example. Some careers available within the health and fitness field include:
Health club manager
Positions such as personal trainer, wellness coach, fitness consultant and athletic coach involve working directly with individuals to help them to improve their physical fitness for health or athletic performance. Health club manager and fitness club owner are business-related positions in which the work is mostly administrative.
Students pursuing this major will take classes in fitness, nutrition, healthy eating, stress management, and the cultural and political aspects of health and healthcare. Students will interact with faculty and professionals who have devoted their lives to teaching and promoting positive lifestyles. The program also emphasizes community integration through nonprofit and for-profit organizations, which provide opportunities for internships. The school falls under the banner of ASU's College of Health Solutions, in the School of Nutrition & Health Promotion, a uniquely interdisciplinary research organization. I want to find another Bachelor Course The multifaceted nature of the program provides students with many skills translatable to almost any industry within the healthcare market. Rehabilitation, community outreach and numerous other private institutions need skilled healthcare professionals, and the breadth of the major only increases a graduate's job opportunities. Possible career options include health technicians, educators, coordinators and healthcare practitioners.
Programme Structure Courses include: MAT 142: College Mathematics (MA) CHM 101: Introductory Chemistry (SQ) Global Awareness (G) EXW 100: Introduction to Health and Wellness (SB) HSC 210: Cultural Aspects of Health (C) NTR 241: Human Nutrition BIO 201: Human Anatomy and Physiology I (SG) PSY 101: Introduction to Psychology (SB) PHI 101: Introduction to Philosophy (HU) PHI 103: Principles of Sound Reasoning (L or HU) PSY 230: Introduction to Statistics (CS) STP 226: Elements of Statistics (CS) Computer/Statistics/Quantitative Applications (CS) HSC 300: Complementary Healthcare EXW 325: Fitness for Life HSC 420: Evaluation of Health Sciences Research NTR 345: Development of Healthy Cuisines
Academic Entry Requirement
Academic Requirements Go to the Degree Programs page on this site. Click on the degree in which you re interested. Select the term for which you want to apply and click "Apply Now." Submit the nonrefundable application fee ($65 for undergraduate, $70 for graduate.) Request to have your official transcript(s) mailed to ASU.
English Entry Requirement
This programme requires students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
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