Master of Science in Health Sciences Wellness Program Management
Wellness is a hot topic for organizations and communities seeking to improve individuals' health and keep health care costs down. The MSHS in Wellness Program Management teaches students how to design and implement programs to monitor, evaluate, and improve the overall health of individuals.
This University of the Sciences program is built upon the six dimensions of wellness - social, occupational, spiritual, physical, intellectual, and emotions - and emphasizes the importance of treating the whole person, not just the physical body. Coursework explores wellness in the context of the worksite, aging, and adolescence, and also offers studies in program planning, management principles, and delivery methods. The program can be used as a foundation for various national certifications in wellness management from such respected institutions as the National Wellness Institute and the Wellness Council of America. Such a credential can potentially give graduates of the program an edge in the job marketplace and create more opportunities.
The University of the Sciences MSHS in Wellness Program Management, an extension of the school’s popular on-campus bachelor’s program in Exercise Science and Wellness Management, is the only program of its type that is fully online, with no residency requirement, and a background in health or the sciences is not required to apply. Request more information to find out more about the value of this truly unique and innovative program and take a step toward an exciting career in the growing and dynamic field of wellness.
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