College of Science, Technology, and Health

Fitness and
Wellness Management (BS)

Fitness and
Wellness Management (BS)

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Do you have an interest in fitness, nutrition, health, or wellness? If so, then the Fitness and Wellness Management bachelor of science degree program at Lindenwood University could be for you!

BS offered in Traditional formats

About Fitness and Wellness Management at Lindenwood University

The B.S. in Fitness and Wellness Management will prepare you for a career as a wellness specialist in settings as diverse as corporate, community, government, non-profit, or clinical. This degree will give you the skills and knowledge to will implement wellness programming, evaluate its effectiveness, and use those results to improve health and well-being for the community you serve.

Lindenwood University Fitness and Wellness Management Faculty

The Fitness and Wellness Management faculty at Lindenwood University is comprised of certified professionals who are instructors, mentors, and academic advisors who will pass on their years of knowledge and experience to you. The smaller class sizes and easy accessibility to instructors at Lindenwood makes for an excellent learning environment where you can excel and succeed.

Earning a Degree in Fitness and Wellness Management at Lindenwood University

The bachelor of science degree in Fitness and Wellness Management at Lindenwood University requires 10 credit hours of specific general education courses and 50 credit hours within the major. Areas covered are concepts of conditioning, community health, sport and fitness administration, planning and marketing, methods of weight training, and care and prevention.

There is also an option to take the three-Year Fast Track: B.S. in Fitness and Wellness Management and shorten the amount of time it takes to get your degree.

Contact the Lindenwood University Fitness and Wellness Management Program

For more information about the Lindenwood University Fitness and Wellness Management program, contact Annie Alameda, program chair of Physical Education and Wellness Management, at (636) 949-4152, or by email at aalameda@lindenwood.edu or Lindenwood University Admissions at (636) 949-4949 or by email at admissions@lindenwood.edu.