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Health and Human PerformanceRequirements

Students working toward a degree in Health and Human Performance will study subjects such as:

  • Nutrition
  • Body movement
  • Body composition
  • Physiology
  • Kinesiology
  • Basic injury care and prevention

These degree tracks have a strong liberal arts emphasis, with course requirements such as:

  • Communication
  • Mathematics
  • Arts and humanities
  • World languages
  • History
  • Behavioral and social sciences
  • Physical and life sciences

The coursework for the following degree tracks will prepare you to successfully transfer to a participating four-year Colorado school to complete your bachelor’s degree. Currently, you can earn this degree and transfer with 60 credits to one of the following bachelor's degree programs:

University of Northern Colorado (UNC): Sport and Exercise Science - Human Performance

Colorado State University (CSU): Health and Exercise Science, Health Promotion Concentration

Regis University: Health and Exercise Science