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Bachelor's Degree Completion

Health and Wellness Management

Earn a bachelor of science degree and acquire the skills necessary to design, develop, implement and maintain health and wellness programs in the workplace. This program addresses health in all its dimensions as well as principles of management, emerging technologies, marketing and communication, and field experiences.

This program is designed for human resources administrators, insurance professionals, nurses, fitness coaches, health educators or health promoters who are responsible for workplace wellness programs.


  • Curriculum designed with input from industry leaders
  • Innovative, online classrooms with no campus visits or face-to-face meetings required
  • Personalized advising from an experienced faculty adviser
  • Supportive services that include an online writing lab, technology support and career services
  • Courses are taught by faculty with subject matter expertise and industry experience

Program Curriculum

Apply any transferable college credits or your associate degree from an accredited institution to your degree plan and then take the following required courses to earn your bachelor's degree.

Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition for the 2020-21 academic year is $440 per credit for all HWM courses regardless of where you live. Students who take at least six credits each term may be eligible for financial aid.

Admissions Requirements

Qualified applicants to this program will have:

  • Associate degree or college-level credits from an accredited institution;
  • A grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or better; and
  • Completion of prerequisite courses: introductory courses in psychology, biology, speech/communications, and English composition.

You may apply and begin the program with the start of any term. Complete a UW System application online, pay the processing fee, and have official transcripts sent directly to UW-River Falls from the colleges and universities that you have previously attended.


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Angela Whitaker
Program Manager