The exercise and health promotion department strives to educate students who will render a service to global “Exercise and Health Promotion Industry”; to assist varied fields processing interdisciplinary on exercise-related creative industry and health education; to assist acquiring the perception on the importance of choosing healthy life style and implementing the practical technics on health promotion. The students in our degree programs are additionally prepared for entry-level, certified health promotion related specialist positions in schools and in a wide variety of private and public settings. In addition to a liberal arts core of courses, students must successfully complete health content courses and teaching methodology, including the use of technology, in order to achieve professional competence as identified by standards set by national credentialing organizations. The focus of studying exercise and health promotion is to educate students on physically active lifestyle, wellness, fitness, healthy leisure time activities, health promotion, health information cloud computing, cronic disease prevention and exercise aids invention and development. It is the goal of the exercise and health promotion department to be known as the undergraduate program of choice in the region to prepare for careers in community health promotion and health related physical activities. The department also strives to be recognized for its scholarship and to provide programs which utilize a holistic, integrated and multidisciplinary approach. Our programs link the education of the mind with opportunities to apply newly learned skills in experiential, cooperative and internship experiences. The course categories of exercise and health promotion department include fundamentals of physical activity, exercise science, physical activity/exercise testing and measurement, exercise prescription and planning, physical activity and exercise prescription for specifics populations, physical activity and exercise prescription for clinical populations, physical activity and exercise promotion and physical activity/exercise technological invention and development.