The pathway is engaged in promoting health and human movement and preparing individuals for careers in a variety of allied health fields.
The Registered Nursing program combines nursing and general education courses with selected laboratory experiences during which students provide nursing care to clients in hospitals and other health care facilities. The Nursing program provides high-quality education in health care professions leading to certification as a Registered Nurse.
The Kinesiology Major examines how movement-based physical activities, exercise, and sport contribute to the quality of human life. This program leads to a Transfer Degree where students can continue to pursue careers in Exercise and Human Performance, Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Exercise, Community Leadership, and Teaching.
The Senior Fitness Certificate program prepares students for employment as a fitness leader for seniors. It builds upon the Health Science Foundation Core courses that prepare a student to enter the healthcare environment and develops the skills to address the fitness needs of the senior.
The Senior Care Technician Certificate introduces students to information about the aging process and related medical, psychological and cognitive changes that are needed to effectively care for elderly persons in a long term care center or home.
The Health, Kinesiology and Science disciplines also contain courses required for graduation. Students are offered a variety of Health Courses (General Health, Women's Health, Men's Health, Health and Fitness, Health and Nutrition, Safety Education and First Aid, and Human Sexuality), Kinesiology Activity (Swimming, Basketball, Body Conditioning, Volleyball, Badminton, Aerobics and Weight Training) and Sciences (Anatomy, Physiology, Biology and Microbiology) to meet their General Education requirement.