Student Learning Outcomes
Domain I: Systems Aspects: focuses on the inter-relationship between elements within a system at the body, organization, community, or global level.
1.1: Apply relevant theories and models to explain the integrated role of physical, social, intellectual, emotional, occupational, and spiritual aspects in the human pursuit and experience of wellness throughout the lifespan.
1.2: Establish collaborative relationships within and across key stakeholders and interdisciplinary teams to promote sustainable health and wellness practices that meet long-term personal, organizational, and/or community goals.
Domain II: Methodological Aspects: focuses on the technical aspects of promoting wellness such as building relationships, implementing evidence-based strategies, and providing education.
2.1: Utilize appropriate techniques, such as strengths-based, humanistic, and cognitive-behavioral, to encourage active client participation in their wellness journey.
2.2: Adopt person-centered communication practices with clients, recognizing the influence of personal and cultural values and beliefs in the communicative process and taking into consideration factors such as age, socioeconomic status, spiritual beliefs, and health literacy.
2.3: Provide evidence-based information appropriate to developmental level, health literacy level, learning needs, learning readiness, and cultural values and beliefs to educate clients and the public about health promotion and wellness
2.4: Prescribe and implement health programs for healthy, special populations.
Domain III: Professional Aspects: focuses on standards that maintain professionalism within the wellness profession.
3.1: Practice in accordance with the limits of scope of practice and code of conduct
3.2: Demonstrate commitment to self-care by modeling healthy lifestyle practices in multiple dimensions of wellness
Domain IV: PROJECT MANAGEMENT Aspects: focuses on logistics such as designing programs, marketing, evaluation, and other components needed to complete and deliver a wellness program.
4.1 Develop and execute a marketing plan to promote programs, services or facilities.
4.2 Demonstrate leadership and interpersonal skills
4.3: Utilize participatory and strengths-based processes to design programs.