Health and Human Performance Department

UW-Superior's Department of Health and Human Performance offers a range of programs that enable students to study physical education, community health, and exercise science. Students use these programs to launch careers in a variety of public and private settings as well as prepare for graduate education. The program also offers minors that are ideal complements to majors in early childhood, coaching, health education, and sport management.

PROGRAM
LOCATION
DEGREE
TYPE
4-YEAR
PATHWAY
Coaching Coaching
Minor
 
Health* Health
Minor
 
Health and Human Performance Health and Human Performance
Minor
 
Health Education - K-12* Health Education - K-12
Minor
 
Health Education - MC-EA (grades 1-8)* Health Education - MC-EA (grades 1-8)
Minor
 
Physical Education* Physical Education
B.A./B.S.
Major
 
Community Health Promotion Community Health Promotion
B.A./B.S.
Major/Concentration
Exercise Science Exercise Science
B.A./B.S.
Major/Concentration
PROGRAM:
Coaching
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Minor
PROGRAM:
Community Health Promotion
LOCATION:
DEGREE:
B.A./B.S.
TYPE:
Major/Concentration of Physical Education
PROGRAM:
Exercise Science
LOCATION:
DEGREE:
B.A./B.S.
TYPE:
Major/Concentration of Physical Education
PROGRAM:
Health*
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Minor
PROGRAM:
Health and Human Performance
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Minor of Health
PROGRAM:
Health and Wellness Management
LOCATION:
DEGREE:
B.A./B.S.
TYPE:
Major
PROGRAM:
Health Education - K-12*
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Minor of Health
PROGRAM:
Health Education - MC-EA (grades 1-8)*
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Minor of Health
PROGRAM:
Physical Education*
LOCATION:
DEGREE:
B.A./B.S.
TYPE:
Major of Education
PROGRAM:
Physical Education - Adaptive (EC-A, K-12)*
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Certificate of Physical Education

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* Are programs where you can also earn certification to teach at the K-12, elementary or middle/high school levels.

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