HPHP: Human Performance Management
The Department of Health Promotion and Human Performance (HPHP) in the Jerry and Vickie Moyes College of Education offers programs that promote lifelong wellness from a variety of disciplines. The teaching environment, supported by faculty with diverse expertise, creates quality learning communities that offer undergraduates exceptional educational experiences. The newly remodeled state-of-the-art facilities - including fully equipped human performance exercise, nutrition biochemistry, and athletic training/physical therapy laboratories, a networked computer lab, swimming and hydrotherapy pool, and ample indoor and outdoor recreational, fitness, sport and activity areas, and indoor climbing wall – provide an outstanding arena for student instruction. With a curriculum designed to develop professional knowledge and skills, graduates from the department are prepared to work in a variety of educational, health and fitness settings. The Human Performance Management (HPM) is a flexible and interdisciplinary program of studies within the Department of Health Promotion and Human Performance incorporating courses from athletic training, health, nutrition, physical education, and recreation.
Dr. Molly Smith
Weber State University
1435 Village Drive, Department 2801
Ogden, UT 84408-2801
Swenson Building, Room 325B