Tiffin University’s health, fitness and wellness major places an emphasis on leadership, excellence and service to provide the basis necessary for improving the lives of others.
Students will learn how to develop skills to design and manipulate regimens to work with healthy or symptomatic individuals, assess psychology and sociological aspects that influence participation in exercise and physical activity and identify the tools to develop and manage health, fitness and wellness initiatives throughout the lifespan.
TU’s program provides an opportunity for students to become certified in First Aid/CPR/AED, and certified as a strength and conditioning specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
As a student in this program, you’ll gain a competitive advantage through a required 150-hour internship which can take place in a variety of settings, such as health clubs, corporate wellness, community health facilities and health care facilities.
The demand for health professionals is rapidly growing as The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a job outlook increase of 13% for Public health educator, 4% for corporate wellness coordinator, 14% for community health worker, 14% health services manager, 13% health coach, 8% for fitness trainers and instructors, now through 2024.