Enjoy the flexibility of our 100% online format—watch lectures, participate in online forums with your classmates, and do homework whenever it’s convenient for you.
Employers need qualified professionals who can implement wellness initiatives that result in healthier (and happier) employees. From nutritious cafeteria options, to gym membership subsidies, to health screenings, even a small-scale program has the potential to improve employee health.
Master wellness program management techniques that foster healthier lifestyles and promote the value of staying well.
Learn from passionate UW faculty who are experts in the field, many of whom actively work in health and wellness management.
Gain a competitive advantage by earning a degree that’s recognized and respected by employers.
|BACHELOR OF SCIENCE||MASTER OF SCIENCE|
|21 courses. 61 credits.||12 courses. 36 credits.|
|Learn fundamental health and wellness management skills including health literacy, population health, program planning and evaluation, employee benefit design, organizational change management, and communication strategies.||Learn advanced techniques in health and wellness management including program budgeting, strategic planning, program performance improvement, and gain an understanding of legal and policy issues, and the relationship between health providers, stakeholders, and public health systems.|
|As a graduate, you’ll be confident in your ability to manage comprehensive well-being programs.||As a graduate, you’ll be qualified for high-level leadership positions in health and wellness management.|
|Who can apply? Adult learners with about 60 credits of transferable college credit (min 2.0 GPA) or an associate degree.||Who can apply? Adult learners who have a bachelor’s degree from a regionally or nationally accredited university (min 3.0 GPA).|
University of Wisconsin Health and Wellness Management program is a partnership of UW Extended Campus and:
- UW-Green Bay
- UW-La Crosse
- UW-River Falls
- UW-Stevens Point