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What is Health and Human Development?

Diverse fields of study that share one
common goal: enriching the lives of others.

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The College of Health and Human Development’s dedication to enriching human well-being includes professional and personal development. Current programs and courses are listed here, but please revisit this page from time to time to learn about new opportunities.

Biomechanics of Golf: An Introduction to 3D Analysis

This online non-credit course uses real instructional examples to help golf professionals better understand the 3D motions and forces of the golf swing. It is designed so golf instructors can apply concepts to their teaching.

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Pennsylvania Nursing Home Administrator Training Program

Are you interested in becoming a nursing home administrator? Are you a nursing home administrator who needs NHA CE credits to maintain your Pennsylvania license? Join us for any/all of the programs below and earn .75 CEUs with each class or to satisfy license requirement! While most of the course is classroom based, this program does include an experiential learning module that will enable student to become immersed in the day-to-day operations of a multi-level care facility.

For more information, visit the Pennsylvania Nursing Home Administrator Training Program page.

Wine Appreciation

A non-credit offering from the School of Hospitality Management.

The course introduces students to viniculture and viticulture and the sensory evaluation of wine. It concentrates on the sensory elements of wine that make it a global economic and culture phenomenon with emphasis on Old World and New World traditions, food pairing, and trends in the wine business. It discusses the climates, topographies, and other natural conditions that make some regions more suited to certain wine cultivation than others and how these conditions are replicated around the world. It covers the important role wine plays in the delivery of dining experiences in both hospitality enterprises as well as retail and social experiences. The wine industry is replete with specific and technical vocabulary that when mastered enables participants to engage in wine activities knowledgeably and successfully, whether as a consumer, host or professional.

For additional information, including how to register, please visit our Wine Appreciation Registration page.