Online Health Promotion and Wellness – Asbury University
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Online Health Promotion and Wellness

8-Week Classes

Beginning in August, October, January, March and May

$399 / Credit Hour

Financial Aid Available
(Including Scholarships!)


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If you enjoy helping people and can see yourself creating health and wellness programs for them in businesses, hospitals, and schools, the Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion and Wellness program is perfect for you.  For this growing field, you will learn to develop wellness programs, design community health education curriculum, and enable individuals and communities to maintain health behaviors and increase control over their health.  Submit the free application for admissions online and our enrollment team will contact you immediately to help you build your Health Promotion and Wellness degree plan.

Quick Facts

  • Program Delivery Format: Online
  • Credit Hours: 124 total hours (up to 75 may be transferred in)
  • Potential Career Fields: Wellness Specialist, Health Promotion Coordinator, Health Coach, Wellness Educator, Prevention Specialist
  • 2022-23 Tuition Rate: $399 per credit hour (Scholarships and Financial Aid Available)
  • Curriculum: Program Requirements

Sample Course Plan

This course plan reflects major classes only, and does not include foundational requirements or electives. The time duration of this degree program will vary from student to student depending on prior college credit, course load, and other factors. Please email to talk with an admissions counselor about your particular situation.

First Semester

  • HC 102 Health Care Services
  • BIO 280 Scientific and Medical Terminology
  • HED 282 Community & Environmental Health
  • HC 275 Trends and Policy in Health

Second Semester

  • HC 201 Ethical/Legal Issues in Health Care
  • HS 202 Faith and Care
  • HS 250 Introduction to Public/Population Health
  • HS 320 Health Promotions & Programs I

Third Semester

  • HC 420 Health Promotions & Programs II
  • HC 360 Health Aging and Society
  • HC 300 Applied Statistics for Health Sciences
  • HS 430 Health Economics

Final Semester

  • HC 410 Human Behavior and Health Interventions
  • HED 312 Nutrition/Health/Human Performance
  • HC 435 Guided Experience: Internship
  • HS 485 Capstone Project