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  • Wellness
    Academic Calendar Educational Goals Continuing Education Faculty Achievements Honors College Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Luise V Hanson Library Academic Affairs Office Registrar s Office Academic Achievement Center Disabilities Services Residential Academics Programs of Study Wellness Wellness Video created by Waldorf students The Waldorf Wellness Program is committed to the education and promotion of healthy lifestyles within Waldorf and the surrounding communities through the exploration of the whole person incorporating physical

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  • Curriculum & Courses
    Anatomy 350 4 cr College Alg and Trig 103 or Calc 203 4 5 cr Religion 103 3 cr Artistic Expression 120 3 cr Stress Management 212 2 cr Total of 16 17 Semester IV Vertebrate Phys 352 4 cr Health Promotion 310 3 cr Nutrition 207 3 cr Principles of Management 310 4 cr Kinesiology 390 3 cr Phy Ed Elective 5 cr Total of 17 5 Semester V Math 201 4 cr Elective 3 cr Exercise Physiology 350 4 cr Fitness Measurement 360 4 cr Treatment Athletic Injuries 272 2 cr Total of 17 Semester VI Fitness Program Admin 405 4 cr Wellness Program Development 380 4 cr Psychology 111 3 cr History Elective 4 cr Religion 205 3 cr Total of 17 Semester VII Experiential Wellness 410 3 cr Health Psych 265 or Close Relation 232 or Subs Abuse 250 3 cr Nutrition for Fitness 320 3 cr Internship 495 4 cr Physics 221 4 cr Phy Ed Elective 5 cr Total of 17 5 Semester VIII Religion upper division 4 cr Special Pop 420 3 cr Senior Seminar 430 2 cr Physics 222 4 cr Elective 3 cr Total of 16 Children s Wellness Track Semester I English 101 106 3 cr Critical Inquiry 111 3 cr Biology 105 4 cr Psychology 111 3 cr Wellness 101 1 cr First Aid 170 1 cr Total of 15 Semester II English 102 107 3 cr Anat and Phys 155 4 cr Religion 103 3 cr Chemistry 121 3 cr Health 221 3 cr Phy Ed Elective 5 cr Total of 16 5 Semester III Treat Ath Injuries 272 2 cr Human Growth 144 3 cr Stress Mgt 212 2 cr Artistic Expression 120 3 cr Math 101 or higher 4 cr Elective 4 cr Total of 17 Semester IV Kinesiology 390 3 cr Health Promotion 310 3 cr Nutrition 207 3 cr Principles of Management 310 4 cr Religion 205 3 cr Phy Ed Elect 5 cr Total of 16 5 Semester V Nutrition for Fitness 320 3 cr History Elective 3 cr Exercise Physiology 350 4 cr Fitness Measurement 360 4 cr Behavior Management 460 2 cr Total of 16 Semester VI Fitness Program Admin 405 4 cr Wellness Program Development 380 4 cr Exceptional Learners 220 3 cr Methods of K 6 343 3 cr Adaptive Phy Ed 310 2 Total of 16 Semester VII Experiential Wellness 410 3 cr Health Psych 265 or Close Relation 232 or Subs Abuse 250 3 cr Electives 7 cr Phy Ed Electives 1 cr Methods for 7 12 345 3 cr Total of 17 Semester VIII Religion 300 Elective 4 cr Special Pop 420 3 cr Senior Seminar 430 2 cr Internship 495 4 cr Total of 13 Exploratory Track Semester I English 101 106 3 cr Critical Inquiry 111 3 cr Biology 105 4 cr History Elective 3 cr Wellness 101 1 cr First Aid 170 1 cr Total of 15 Semester II English 102 107 3 cr Anat and Phys 155 4 cr Religion 103 3 cr Chemistry 121 3 cr Health 221 3 cr Phy Ed Elective 5 cr Total of 16 5 Semester III Treat Ath Injuries 272 2 cr Stress Mgt 212 2 cr Artistic Expression 120 3 cr Math 101 or higher 4 cr Exploratory Elective 3 cr Psychology 111 3 cr Total of 17 Semester IV Kinesiology 390 3 cr Health Promotion 310 3 cr Nutrition 207 3 cr Principles of Management 310 4 cr Religion 205 3 cr Phy Ed Elect 5 cr Total of 16 5 Semester V Nutrition for Fitness 320 3 cr Exercise Physiology 350 4 cr Fitness Measurement 360 4 cr Exploratory Electives 4 cr Total of 15 Semester VI Fitness Program Admin 405 4 cr Wellness Program Development 380 4 cr Exploratory Electives 7 cr Phy Ed Elective 1 cr Total of 16 Semester VII Experiential Wellness 410 3 cr Health Psych 265 or Close Relation 232 or Subs Abuse 250 3 cr Elective 3 cr Human Growth 144 3 cr Exploratory Elective 4 cr Total of 16 Semester VIII Religion 300 Elective 4 cr Special Pop 420 3 cr Senior Seminar 430 2 cr Internship 495 4 cr Total of 13 Strength and Conditioning Track Semester I English 101 106 3 cr Critical Inquiry 111 3 cr Biology 105 4 cr History Elective 3 cr Wellness 101 1 cr First Aid 170 1 cr Total of 15 Semester II English 102 107 3 cr Anat and Phys 155 4 cr Religion 103 3 cr Chemistry 121 3 cr Health 221 3 cr Weightlifting 111 5 cr Total of 16 5 Semester III Treat Ath Injuries 272 2 cr Stress Mgt 212 2 cr Artistic Expression 120 3 cr Math 101 or higher 4 cr Psychology 111 3 cr Theory of Strength Cond 202 2 cr Total of 16 Semester IV Kinesiology 390 3 cr Health Promotion 310 3 cr Nutrition 207 3 cr Principles of Management 310 4 cr Religion 205 3 cr Phy Ed Elect 5 cr Total of 16 5 Semester V Nutrition for Fitness 320 3 cr Exercise Physiology 350 4 cr Fitness Measurement 360 4 cr Practicum I 205 1 cr Strength and Cond I 401 4 cr Phy Ed Elective 5 cr Total of 16 5 Semester VI Fitness Program Admin 405 4 cr Wellness Program Development 380 4 cr Elective 3 cr Sport Management 400 410 or 430 3 cr Strength Cond II 402 3 cr Total of 17 Semester VII Experiential Wellness 410 3 cr Health Psych 265 3 cr Human Growth 144 3 cr Sport Management 400 410 or 430 3 cr Practicum II 206 1 cr Theory Coaching 251 2 cr Phy Ed Elective 5 cr Total of 15 5 Semester VIII Religion 300 Elective 4 cr Special Pop 420 3 cr Senior Seminar 430 2 cr Internship 495 4 cr Total of 13 Wellness Course Descriptions WEL 101 Concepts of Wellness 1 cr Introductory

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  • Degree Tracks & Requirements
    PED 109 Running PED 113 Lap Swim 0 5 Other Departments BIO 155 Basic Human Anatomy Physiology 4 CHM 121 General Chemistry I 3 BUS 310 Principles of Management 4 Total of 18 supporting credits Students in the Pre Professional Track will take BIO 120 not 105 Math 103 or higher not 101 BIO 350 352 not BIO 155 and CHM 131 not 121 Back to top Wellness Core Courses BIO WEL 207 Principles of Nutrition 3 PED WEL 221 Personal Community Health 3 WEL 212 Stress Management 2 WEL 310 Health Promotion Education 3 WEL 320 Nutrition for Sport Fitness 3 WEL 350 Exercise Physiology 4 WEL 360 Fitness Measurement Exercise Prescription 4 WEL 380 Wellness Prog Develop Admin 4 WEL 390 Kinesiology 3 WEL 405 Fitness Program Admin 4 WEL 410 Experiential Wellness 3 WEL 420 Wellness Prog w Special Pops 3 WEL 430 Senior Seminar 2 WEL 495 Internship 4 Total of 45 Wellness Credits Back to top Wellness Specialty Tracks Wellness specialty tracks include Fitness Management Exploratory Strength and Conditioning Pre Professional Children s Wellness track Students must fulfill requirements in at least one track in order to complete requirements for the BA degree A minimum of 124 credits are required to graduate A cumulative GPA of 2 0 and a grade of C or above is required in all core required and supporting courses of the major Fitness Management Track 3 of 4 Upper Level Business 11 12 credits BUS 101 Principles of Accounting I 4 BUS 313 Marketing Management 4 BUS 344 Consumer Behavior 3 BUS 412 Human Resource Management 4 1 Business Elective 3 Free Elective s 5 6 Total of 20 Fitness Track Credits BA Degree Total 124 CREDITS Science Credits 20 Back to top Exploratory Track The Exploratory Track requires the completion of 19 additional credits from other disciplines which must be approved by both the student s adviser and the Wellness Department Chair This track is intended to allow students to explore an area of interest or a variety of areas of interest Total of 20 Track Credits BA Degree Total 124 CREDITS Science Credits 20 Back to top Strength and Conditioning Track WEL 202 Theory of S C 2 WEL 205 Practicum I 1 WEL 206 Practicum II 1 WEL 401 S C I 4 WEL 402 S C II 3 PED 251 Theory Psych of Coaching 2 2 of the following Sport Management Electives SMT 4101 Sport Admin 3 SMT 4301 Sport Legal Liab Mgmt 3 SMT 4001 Sport Facilities 3 Free Elective s 1 Total of 20 Track Credits BA Degree Total 124 CREDITS Back to top Pre Professional Track The Pre Professional Track requires the completion of a minimum of 20 additional credits from a particular Pre Professional program which must be approved by both the student s adviser and the Wellness Department Chair This track allows students to concentrate on those courses necessary to gain admission into a professional school Students in the Pre Professional

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  • Careers in Wellness
    Academics Programs of Study Wellness Careers in Wellness Careers in Wellness Curriculum Courses Degree Tracks Requirements Faculty Careers in Wellness What is Wellness Wellness is an appropriate undergraduate major for students applying to the following professional programs physical therapy occupational therapy chiropractic medicine dentistry pharmacy medicine and veterinary medicine Corporate wellness programs are thought to be the wave of the future as far as prevention programs stress management exercise programming nutrition diet advising and treatment programs smoking cessation blood pressure management stress mastery There are career opportunities in wellness in hospitals colleges universities large and small corporations etc Many health insurance companies are promoting wellness programs in order to serve a large number of people for a lower price than it would cost to treat the potential problems that each individual might develop over time without a prevention program Health clubs spas and fitness centers offer career opportunities for wellness specialists in a variety of positions both entry level and management Responsibilities might include health promotion implementing prevention programs holistic health management as well as fitness nutritional consultations In the health club setting often a bachelor s degree is the minimum requirement for managerial positions Students interested in opening their

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  • Faculty
    and Philosophy Sociology Sport Management Theatre Arts Wellness Curriculum Courses Degree Tracks Requirements Careers in Wellness Faculty What is Wellness Academic Calendar Educational Goals Continuing Education Faculty Achievements Honors College Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Luise V Hanson Library Academic Affairs Office Registrar s Office Academic Achievement Center Disabilities Services Residential Academics Programs of Study Wellness Faculty Wellness Faculty Michael Gatlin Ph D Assistant Professor of Wellness Wellness Kristi Leonard Ed

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  • What is Wellness?
    you get regular physical exams Treatment for Illness Do you get help when you need it Do you follow doctors orders Emotional Well Being The process of recognizing your worth and the worth of others This part of wellness includes identifying and expressing your feelings in an appropriate way It also involves our ability to Manage our short term and long term stressors short term stressors may be a test you have to take or a job interview long term stressors can include break ups or chronic illnesses Take a break from work from studying from conflicts etc Ask for help when we need it Offer a listening ear to a friend Stop to smell the daisies they appear more frequently than roses Communicate appropriately when someone upsets us See ourselves in a positive light Direct our anger into healthy channels Look at others as capable and loving creatures Spiritual Well Being The process of creating and discovering meaning and purpose in life This includes demonstrating our values through words actions and behaviors Ask yourself do you walk the walk or simply talk the talk We can develop our spirituality in many ways Participate in a religious service of your choice there are many churches within walking distance of Waldorf s campus Walk with your Higher Power out in nature Experience a different viewpoint go with a friend to their church Waldorf is a Lutheran college why not attend chapel service with a classmate Volunteer to help a charitable group there are a lot of area agencies that can use help Forest City Crisis Intervention Good Samaritan Center Hanson Family Life Center Habitat for Humanity North Central Community Forest Plaza Assisted Living Mason City Community Kitchen Humane Society Heritage Care Center Opportunity Village Pray or meditate Journal Learn about all different faiths not only the one you subscribe to Be tolerant of other religions and practices especially in today s emotionally charged climate of religious wars and hate crimes observe the Golden Rule Do unto others as you would have them do unto you Intellectual Well Being The process of using your mind to develop a greater understanding of yourself others and the world around you It s not just about learning book smarts it s about life long learning To achieve intellectual well being we can Make rational logical decisions Think before reacting to situations Learn more about our interests and hobbies Develop critical thinking skills Consider the impact we each can have on the world Keep up on global events Not judge people by their circumstances Try new things Read a book for fun Discuss the news with friends Listen to National Public Radio NPR Debate Listen to a book on tape CD when taking long trips Environmental Well Being The process of making choices that improve the quality of our environment This includes acting in ways that positively impact the environment not only for this generation but for those to come We can become good citizens of

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  • Academic Calendar
    24 Mon Labor Day Break September 5 7 Sat Mon Mid term Break October 5 Mon 2nd 7 week classes October 13 Tues Thanksgiving Break November 25 29 Wed Sun Last Day of Classes December 7 Mon Finals December 8 11 Tues Fri Spring Semester 2016 Classes Begin January 11 Mon Mid term Break February 29 Mon Spring Break March 5 13 Sat Sun 2nd 7 week classes March 14

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  • Educational Goals
    natural sciences by being able to apply the scientific method and recognizing the applications of science to everyday life Goal 4 Waldorf graduates will demonstrate skills in applications of mathematics Goal 5 Waldorf graduates will demonstrate knowledge of the behavioral or social sciences Goal 6 Waldorf graduates will demonstrate knowledge of the performing and fine arts Goal 7 Waldorf graduates will have a basic understanding of their own interests abilities

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