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.

Health Promotion & Human Performance Department Website

Dr. Molly Smith
Weber State University
1435 Village Drive, Department 2801
Ogden, UT 84408-2801
Swenson Building, Room 325B