The School of Education/Health and Human Performance offers a minor for interested bachelor’s degree students. This is a valuable option for students who have an interest in teaching in their major field (e.g.

The Exercise Science minor will equip a student with a fundamental understanding of the bodies acute and chronic responses to exercise. This in conjunction with a Health related major will prepare the graduate for the field of public health.

The Health Science minor program of study provides theoretical and practical training experiences in the study of the human body throughout individual and social growth, development and aging processes. This program provides opportunities to learn about, recognize and respond to the physical and social problems associated with a variety of addictions.

The Outdoor Recreation Leadership minor prepares students for professional opportunities in the field of outdoor recreation, and is designed to complement a major taken in another field. Course work is focused on leadership training and lifelong physical activity through experiential learning. Students engage in a combination of classroom and field-based coursework to develop technical skills, theoretical knowledge, leadership and teaching ability needed for successful practice as professionals.