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.

Program Requirements

Suggested course of study for a transfer to:
Montana State University – Bozeman in Food and Nutrition

Montana State University – Bozeman in Health and Human Performance

Montana State University – Bozeman in the Community Health

The University of Montana – Missoula in Athletic Training or Exercise Science

As programs change and evolve, it is important to consult with an advisor to keep abreast of changes and to register for classes in the proper order.


Advisor

Lori Elwell
BC 123-D
(406) 756-3899
lelwell@fvcc.edu

For general information, contact the Admissions Office: (406) 756-3847.


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Last modified: October 30, 2014