The Health and Human Performance Department accomplishes its mission through academic programs in Athletic Training, Exercise Science, Recreation and Sport Management, and Population Health, all of which focus on active learning by utilizing innovative practices and community engagement.
Bachelor of Applied Science in Health Administration Program
This program allows students who have completed an associate degree in a health science field to achieve a bachelor’s degree within an additional two years that is meaningful, applicable to their field of choice, and may qualify them to move into supervisory roles, and/or progress to graduate programs if desired.View Details
TRAILBLAZER CENTER FOR LIFELONG HEALTH & WELLNESS
The new Trailblazer Center for Lifelong Health & Wellness formed in November of 2021 is aimed at providing hands on active learning experiences for UT students. The classes provided through the TBC will be student developed and led, providing essential active learning experiences in alignment with specific course and program learning objectives. The goal of the center is to help meet the polytechnic mission of UT preparing students for further education and/or job readiness upon graduation.Trailblazer Center
The Department of Health and Human Performance is committed to enhancing the well-being and performance of individuals, organizations, and populations by preparing graduates with the skills and knowledge to be competent professionals in the health, fitness, sport and recreation related industries.
Aligning with the Utah Tech University values, the Department of Health and Human Performance faculty are committed to academic excellence, inclusion, and service leadership in preparing graduates to succeed in life and professional career paths or advance study in related disciplines.
ACTIVE LEARNING. ACTIVE LIFE...
starts with an active lifestyle. The Department of Health and Human Performance offers a wide variety of activity classes available to all registered UT students.view classes
Academic Advisor, Exercise Science
Office: HPC 341
Academic Advisor, Population Health
Office: HPC 343
Academic Advisor, Exercise Science & Recreation and Sport Management
Office: HPC 346