Are you interested in sports, exercise science, or wellness? GFU's health and human performance major - with one of its four concentrations - provides a comprehensive science-based education and clinical foundation in a Christ-centered environment.
Study health and nutrition, the biomechanical principles of human motion and motor learning, and gain techniques for teaching skills, stunts, games, and sports.
Our graduates can be found teaching at the college and high school levels, operating their own fitness facilities, working in YMCAs and health clubs, serving as certified athletic trainers, and working as physical therapists and clinical dieticians.
Call 1-800-765-4369, ext. 2240, or e-mail to learn more about your options in this exciting field.
Students majoring in health and human performance may focus on the following concentrations:
Athletic Training Concentration (More information about the Athletic Training Education Program)
Fitness Management Concentration
The curriculum prepares students for pursuit of a graduate degree in education with an emphasis in:
Physical Education Preteaching
Health Education Preteaching
Human performance with another approved major concentration. An interdiciplinary major may be chosen through application and approval of the two departments. It consists of two 24-hour blocks, one block in human performance, the other block in the chosen field.
Prospective students can get info about our health and human performance major and athletic training major on our undergraduate admissions site.