To develop leaders through balanced lifestyles and Christian fellowship.
Graduates from the Health and Human Performance Program will
- demonstrate an understanding of human movement and its relationship to the physical activities necessary for healthful living;
- practice leadership, teamwork and Christian service in their daily lives;
- apply an understanding of the curriculum and fitness/recreation programs that are suitable for various maturity and ability levels;
- pursue advanced study.
Assessment results are available in the Health and Human Performance office and in the Institutional Research office.