Wellness courses are offered as general studies electives for many academic programs and are also offered through extended studies. Wellness offerings are designed as self-help courses that provide insight to behavior modification and methods to better understand health-fitness, personal wellness and nutrition. All students who enroll in these courses will be able to apply the knowledge they learn to their daily routines. All wellness courses are taught by faculty from the Exercise Science Program and are supported by the Pitney Bowes Foundation Wellness Center.
All Wellness Courses are 3 credits each and are full semester courses. Most of the courses are transferable as physical education credits to select four year institutions. Registration for these courses is no different than for any other academic course taken here at the college.
For more information please contact Director of Exercise Science and Wellness, Paul Gallo at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-857-7194.
All Wellness Courses, are offered collaboratively with the non-credit division. Blended courses allow for both credit and non-credit students to attend courses offered in the academic division of the college. All students enrolled in these courses will be expected to adhere to the attendance policies assigned by the instructor. Non-credit students are not required to participate in any of the final evaluations for these courses and will not receive a grade.
You must register for blended courses at our Records Office located on the East Campus. For more information contact Midge King at (203) 857-3337.
For additional schedule information please refer to the course catalog and class schedule available on the college web page (norwalk.edu).
Pre-requisite: Eligibility for ENG 101
This course is intended to explore general physiological concepts as they apply to physical fitness, nutrition, stress and overall wellness throughout life. All students will be afforded an opportunity to assess and generate a personal health-fitness profile, identifying strengths and weaknesses associated with physical fitness, nutrition, weight management and stress management. Behavior modification will be emphasized in this course as students learn to set realistic and achievable goals as they plan for safe methods of improving general wellness.
Additional courses coming soon!