Chair: Bryan Winters
Faculty: Lars Andersson, Comfort Beene, Brittany Bennett, Michael Blackburn, Devante Bush, Johnny Cox, Timothy Driscoll, Kendra Eaton, Susan Edkins4, Bradley Fevrier2, Leah Fiorentino, Stephanie Graziani, Joseph Hannant, John Haskins, Jeff Jefferson, Othello Johnson, Beverly Justice, Billy Lindquist, Ellen McGill, Ben Miller, Michael Musselwhite, Paul O'Neil, Peter Ormsby, Brittany Padilla, Alyssa Price, Pauline Privitera, Drew Richards, Shane Richardson, Katie Rueffer, Jessica Siegele, David Synan, Joey Tamburo, Caroline Taylor, Thomas Trendowski1,5, Aaron Wlech, Marian Wooten3
1Graduate Program Director
2Health Promotion Program Coordinator
3Recreation and Sport Administration Program Coordinator
4Athletic Training Program Director
5Health and Physical Education Program Coordinator
The purposes of the Department of Health and Human Performance are: (1) to provide a comprehensive academic program in health, physical education, and recreation for students who plan to pursue one of these fields as a profession; (2) to provide professional preparation for prospective teachers in the area of health and physical education; (3) to provide a service program which will afford all students the opportunity to learn and participate in a wide range of activities which will benefit them now and in the future; and (4) to educate individuals about risk factors associated with certain lifestyle choices and provide them with the skills to make behavioral changes that will improve their health and the quality of their lives.
The Department of Health and Human Performance offers the Master of Arts (M.A.) and the Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) graduate programs in Health and Physical Education and the Master of Science (M.S.) program in Athletic Training. For complete information about programs and courses leading to these graduate degrees, see The Graduate School .
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