Change Lives. Control Costs.
Learn to build and promote wellness programs that work.
Designed for busy adults, the University of Wisconsin online Health and Wellness Management Program prepares you for a career developing and managing wellness programs in a variety of settings, public and private, from healthcare systems and insurance companies to educational institutions, manufacturers, service and retail industries, community agencies, and more.
Because healthy employees equal a healthy bottom line
Rising healthcare costs, the effects of healthcare reform, and concerns about employee health and productivity are just a few reasons why more and more organizations are looking to implement workplace wellness programs.
Now, you can learn to design, develop, implement, and manage health and wellness initiatives that are good for people and good for business—with the University of Wisconsin online Health and Wellness Management program. Expert faculty and flexible online courses are just two advantages of the bachelor’s and master’s degree programs.
- Learn to design and manage wellness programs that effect lasting change
- Study when and where you want with online courses
- Learn from top faculty from across the UW System
- Gain a competitive advantage in a fast-growing field
- Graduate with a degree employers respect
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Make a difference in a rewarding career
A degree in Health and Wellness Management can be the credential you need to start or advance your career in the health promotion field. According to the Occupational Information Network, fitness and wellness coordinator is a new and emerging occupation in a high-growth industry and a “Bright Outlook” occupation.
- corporate wellness manager
- health and productivity analyst
- health promotions adviser
- wellness/ fitness coordinator
- health promotion specialist
- community health and wellness director
Online format fits your busy life
We understand it’s not easy to juggle the responsibilities of work and family while earning your degree. That’s why this program is online to give you freedom and flexibility.
- Access course content from your desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone
- No on-campus meetings or requirements
- No need to be online at a specific time for classes
- Interact with faculty and fellow students via online discussion boards
You’ll love learning online with us.
See 6 reasons why.
Learn from exceptional faculty
UW Health and Wellness Management is led by distinguished faculty from four UW System campuses, bringing you diverse expertise from top experts around the state. All courses are designed and taught by these instructors, many of whom actively work in the field.
Pay the same affordable tuition, in or out of state
Whether you live in Wisconsin or not, tuition is $398 per credit for the bachelor’s program (63 credits total) and $740 per credit for the master’s program (36 credits total).
Compare this to other adult online degree options and see why the Health and Wellness Management program offers you more than a degree—it’s a University of Wisconsin education you can afford.
All courses are three credits. Financial aid is available for students who qualify.
Achieve your goals with a University of Wisconsin education
Where you get your degree is important. The University of Wisconsin System is one of the largest and most widely respected organizations in the country for delivering public higher education. Our online courses are created by the same expert faculty using the same rigorous content and standards as on-campus courses. That means you’ll graduate with the same recognized and respected UW degree as students who attend class on campus.
Get the Guide to Your Degree
Download a four-page overview of the UW Health and Wellness Management bachelor’s or master’s program, complete with information about courses, careers, and tuition.
Guide to Your Degree
Download a four-page overview of the UW Bachelor of Science in Health and Wellness Management program, complete with information about courses, careers, and tuition.