Health & Human Performance

The undergraduate curriculum in health and human performance at The University of Montana – Missoula prepares graduates to be competent entry-level professionals in health and human performance-related occupations or candidates for advanced study in related  disciplines. Programs of study at The University of Montana – Missoula include athletic training, exercise science, and health studies. Getting accepted into the Athletic Training Education Program is very competitive.

At Montana State University – Bozeman the Department of Health and Human Development administers a variety of curricula that prepare students for various careers. Students may pursue a bachelor degree in Health and Human Development with options in Community Health and Exercise Science, Family and Consumer Sciences, Food and Nutrition and Health Enhancement. Like The University of Montana – Missoula, graduates from Montana State University – Bozeman should possess the knowledge and skills to qualify for state or national certification in their specialized field of study.

Advisors:
Dr. Janice Alexander
RH/SAT 144
(406) 756-3948
jalexand@fvcc.edu


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Last modified: June 10, 2014