Help individuals live longer, healthier, happier and more successful lives by focusing your Health Service Administration studies on Health and Wellness.
Why Health & Wellness at The American Women’s College or One Day A Week College?
Health and wellness positions are critical, as organizations and employers work to develop, implement and sustain comprehensive wellness initiatives.
As a major in Health & Wellness, you will also be working in one of the most pressing and critical needs of our country—instilling and practicing healthy habits among individuals that leads to healthy lifestyles.
The Health and Wellness program prepares students to become active providers and educators of healthful processes, activities and programs. By studying Health and Wellness, you will:
- Learn to view health and wellness as a balance of the mind, body and spirit
- Explore the seven dimensions of wellness: physical, mental (intellectual), emotional, environmental, social, spiritual and occupational
- Build strong and proactive health and wellness programs
- Study the unique fitness and nutritional needs of children, women and men
The Health and Wellness major allows students to apply 18 credits of previous health care or sciences course work to this degree’s health care core requirements.
This program is perfect for health service students and professionals, such as licensed practiced nurses, dental hygienists and certified nursing assistants, who are required to finish a bachelor’s degree yet find that their previous college credits do not transfer into management programs.
In addition to our general admission criteria, applicants to any of the Health Services Administration majors must provide an up-to-date resume and either be currently working in the healthcare field or have approval of the Program Director. Ask your Admissions Counselor for more details.