Health & Wellness Promotion

Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
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Why choose Health & Wellness Promotion?

  • Health and wellness programs are increasingly seen as ways to prevent and combat acute and chronic illness, fueling the growth of career opportunities in this field.
  • Today’s rising medical costs demonstrate that the health of individual Americans affects society as a whole.
  • Interested in earning a bachelor’s degree? For transfer opportunities, visit
Health and wellness are increasingly recognized as essential components of a strong society and economy. With today’s rising medical costs, it’s also increasingly clear that the health of individual Americans affects society as a whole. Health and wellness professionals are the agents of change in an important movement that is here to stay.

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What You'll Learn

Mid-State’s Health and Wellness Promotion graduates possess a strong foundation in health and wellness concepts across the lifespan. They have the knowledge and skills needed to develop and implement health and wellness promotion activities that seek to maximize quality of life and reduce or prevent illness and injury.

The program will prepare you to support individuals, organizations, and communities with health and wellness initiatives. You will also learn to design, develop, and promote wellness programs and initiatives through a variety of educational campaigns, promotion concepts, and modification interventions. Mid-State is the only college in the Wisconsin Technical College System to offer this online program.

Estimated Entire Program Cost

Cost based on the 2023/24 academic year.

  • Tuition & Fees: $9,439.50
  • Books: $1,571.50
  • Supplies, Uniforms, and/or Exams: $45.34
  • Total Estimated Cost: $11,056.34

Financial Aid Eligibility

This program is eligible for full Financial Aid

Cost of Attendance

Learn more about Cost of Attendance, an estimated budget that includes categories of expenses a student can expect to incur while attending. 

This course has options available to receive credit for prior learning (CPL) or work experience.

Term: 1
  Catalog# Title Credits
  10801136 English Composition 1  3
  10809196 Introduction to Sociology  3
  10546100 Essential Concepts for Health and Wellness 3
  10544103 Healthy Aging  3
  10809198 Introduction to Psychology  3
  Term Total   15 Credits
Term: 2
  Catalog# Title Credits
  10806189 Basic Anatomy 3
-or- 10806177 General Anatomy & Physiology  4
  10801196 Oral/Interpersonal Communication  3
-or- 10801198 Speech  3
  10546102 Behavior Change for Wellness 3
  10546101 Nutrition for Healthy Living 3
  10546108 Group Fitness Instruction  3
  Term Total   15-16 Credits
Term: 3
  Catalog# Title Credits
  10102101 Introduction to Business  3
  10546103 Principles of Physical Conditioning  3
  10546104 Population Health & Wellness  3
  10546109 Youth Wellness  3
  10546110 Mental Wellness and Stress Management 3
  Term Total   15 Credits
Term: 4
  Catalog# Title Credits
  10546107 Health Coaching for the Wellness Professional  3
  10546113 Health Navigator  3
  10546106 Health & Wellness Practicum  2
  10546111 Wellness Marketing and Entrepreneurship 3
  10809166 Introduction to Ethics: Theory and Application  3
-or- 10809172 Introduction to Diversity Studies  3
  10103123 Excel-Beginning  1
  Term Total   15 Credits
  Program Total   60-61 Credits



Dr. Jarosinski earned her doctor of nursing practice degree in systems leadership from Walden University. A nurse by trade, she has worked with older adults in long-term care and the maternal child health population in public health. To keep her skills current she participates in local and national population health-focused boards and coalitions and maintains her wellness practitioner certification through the National Wellness Institute.

“I love to see students maximizing their potential in everyday class interactions and applying their new-found knowledge to further the health of their own community.”


  • Community Health Advocate
  • Health Promotion Coordinator
  • Wellness Coach
  • Behavior Modification Specialist
  • Community Engagement Specialist
  • Community Health Worker
  • Fitness Manager
  • Health Guide
  • Health Promoter
  • Prevention Specialist
  • Well-Being Specialist



High school students are eligible to enroll in this program and all courses required. Learn more about Mid-State Fast-Track.

“This program combines the convenience of online coursework with hands-on learning within my own community. The knowledge and experiences I gained prepared me for numerous jobs in the health and wellness promotion field.”


Choose Your Path

Career pathways help you take your education one step at a time to maximize your investment and make college fit your life. Earn a credential and start using it in the workforce. Continue with another stack of related courses to gain a more advanced diploma or degree.

TransferDual CreditCredit for Prior Learning

Health and Wellness Promotion Pathway