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B.S. Corporate/Community Wellness Management

Suggested Sequence

As the cost of healthcare rises, companies are showing increasing interest in developing wellness programs to keep their employees healthy. As a corporate/community wellness management major, you’ll be prepared to help them shape and implement these programs. In the past, many students who have completed a bachelor’s degree in wellness from Southern have successfully applied for graduate assistant positions at Ball State University, receiving a free masters degree.

B. S. Corporate/Community Wellness Management

Hours

3
Summer

ENGL 101 — College Composition I

3

14
1st Semester

ENGL 102 — College Composition II

3

HLED 129 — Intro to Wellness

2

HLED 173 — Health for Life

2

REL? — Spiritual Dev. (R-1) 3

NOND 101 — Southern Connections

1

CPTE 100 — Computer Concepts 1
PEAC 125 — Fitness for Collegiate Life 1

Elective

1

15
2nd Semester

COMM 135 — Intro to Public Speaking

3

HLNT 135 — Nutrition for Life Enhanced 

3

PSYC 128 — Developmental Psychology

3

HLED 229 — Wellness Applications

2

CPTE 105 — Intro to Word Processing 1
Math* or Elective 3
13
3rd Semester

BIOL 101 — Anatomy and Physiology 1

4

CHEM 111 — Survey of Chemistry

3

ACCT 103 — College Accounting**

3

HIST — History of Civilization (I-3a)

3

16
4th Semester

BIOL 102 — Anatomy and Physiology II

4

ECON 213 — Survey of Economics

3

JOUR 105 — Writing for the Media

3

REL? — SDA TEaching (R-2)

3

HIST — Civ. & Global Perspectives (I-3)

3

15
5th Semester

PETH 314 — Biomechanics

3

REL? — Biblical Studies (R-3)

3

MGNT 334 — Principles of Management

3

PEAC — Physical Activity (P-1-b)

1

Electives (1 hour U.D.)*** 5
16
6th Semester

PETH 315 — Physiology of Exercise (W)

4

HLED 373 — Prevention & Care of Athletic Injuries

2

SOCI 225 — Marriage and Family

3

CPTE 106 — Intro to Spreadsheets

1

Electives

6

16
7th Semester

RELP 468 — Health Evangelism

3

BMKT 326 — Principles of Marketing

3

BUAD 358 — Legal/Ethical Fund. Of Business

3

Upper Division Aesthetic & Skills Dev. (S-3) 3
HLED 356 — Drugs and Society 2

Electives

1

PEAC 425 — Fit for Hire 1
16
8th Semester

HLED 476 — Wellness Meth., Mat., Mgt

3

PSYC 377 — Fundamentals of Counseling (W) 3
Aesthetic & Skills Dev. (S-3) 3
HLED 491 — Wellness Practicum 2
PETH 364 — Prin & Admin PE & Recreation (W) 3

HLED 470 — Current Issues in Health

2

*Math (I-2a) if required
**For Business Administration minor, replace this with ACCT 221 Principles of Accounting I, and add ACCT 222 Principles of Accounting II
***Need 40 hours of upper Division
Recommended electives include: CPTE 109, CPTE 110, JOUR 208, and BUAD 412

 

NOTE: Students must consult the catalog they are under and their degree audits to ensure that they have completed degree requirements. To increase their marketability, it is recommended that students take a minor in an additional area.

 

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