Catalog 2016-2017 > Graduate and Continuing Studies > Graduate and Continuing Studies Degree Programs > Continuing Studies > Community Wellness
The community wellness specialization is designed for the student who works in or wants to work as a support person in a community health setting, and who desires to combine select courses from a variety of related disciplines into a cohesive degree. To meet the requirements for the community wellness specialization, students must satisfactorily complete 86 credit hours, including:
At least 15 of the above credit hours must be earned at the University.
At least 16 of the above credit hours must be earned in courses at the 300-level or higher.