Minor Code - U216

The Exercise Psychology Minor provides students an opportunity to complement their degrees with specialization in the psychological factors affecting exercise and physical activity behavior. Students will also explore psychological and behavioral interventions designed to use exercise and physical activity as a mechanism toward chronic disease prevention, wellness, and mental health. Exercise Psychology minors will engage in self-exploration while learning to effectively work with others in diverse health-related settings applicable to a range of careers. 

An average GPA of 2.0 is required across courses counted toward the minor.
Students must take a minimum of 9 unique credit hours, distinct from any other academic credential, to earn the minor.
Required Courses
HWB 224Enhancing Health and Well-being3
HWB 375Methods of Health Coaching3
SEP 283Introduction to Exercise Psychology3
SEP 415Physical Activity Promotion in Diverse Settings3
SEP 425Psychology of Injury and Rehabilitation3
or HWB 359 Mindfulness for Health and Well-being
Total Hours15