What is Health & Human Science?
The scientific study of human movement performed to maintain or improve physical fitness. Discussion: Exercise science includes such subjects as biomechanics, exercise physiology, exercise psychology, cardiac rehabilitation, athletic training, and fitness for special population groups.
The Department of Health and Human Science provides faculty, staff, and students with physical pursuits that will enhance their mental, social, personal, and spiritual dimensions.
The Department prepares students for graduate school and employment by offering curricula with instruction in health education, fitness and a variety of physical activity and theory courses. These courses are designed to promote healthful living and physical fitness, as well as knowledge and skill development.
- Fitness and Wellness (B.S.)
- Health and Physical Education Teaching (B.S.)
- Health Science (B.S.)
- Fitness and Wellness
- Health and Physical Education
PE 101 : Physical Education
PE 205 : Standard First Aid and CPR
PE 310 : Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries
UNCF Golf Classic hosted by Oakwood University
Friday, April 7, 2023 Registration: 7:00 AM | Shotgun Start: 8:00 a.m. Hampton Cove Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail Highlands Golf Course 450 Old Hwy. 431, Owens Crossroads, AL 35763 Fee for Individual Golfers: $250 Per Golfer (Includes Golf, Cart, Meals) Register here:...
OU Changemaker: Today in Annual Fund
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Dr. Leslie N. Pollard Oakwood University Carter Hall Update
Carter Hall News Update #3
Oakwood Family, As of today, September 15, 2022, most of the post-fire cleanup has been completed in Carter Hall. Thankfully, because of the fire’s localized nature, the vast majority of the rooms in Carter Hall were not affected by fire or water. However, smoke from...