LOPER 11: Wellness (Optional)
DISPOSITIONAL REQUIREMENTS – Every university-educated person should have:
Wellness (2 – 3 hours; optional (GS Elective); may be required by programs). Courses must meet all learning outcomes.
- Can articulate the importance of the eight domains of wellness (emotional, spiritual, intellectual, physical, environmental, financial, occupational, and social wellness).
- Can describe the impact of social factors, and personal decisions and behaviors, on wellness.
- Can gather and evaluate information about wellness and apply to personal behavior choices or decisions.
- Can integrate information from multiple sources and contrasting viewpoints to make an informed and educated decision regarding wellness.
|FIN 160||Personal Money Management||3|
|PE 108||Introduction to Nutrition||3|
|PE 150||Healthy Wealthy and Wise||3|
|PSY 231||Abnormal Behavior and Society||3|