WELL 1000 is designed to examine priority health issues impacting Kennesaw State University students through a focus on health promotion and disease prevention. Emphasis is also placed on achieving and maintaining healthy lifestyles by developing effective strategies to adapt to changing personal and environmental factors. Topics of exploration include physical activity, nutrition, weight management, stress, emotional health, and behaviors that contribute to the leading causes of death and disabilities in the United States.
WELL 1000 satisfies one of Kennesaw State University’s general education requirements. For more information about KSU’s General Education program requirements and associated learning outcomes, please visit the online undergraduate catalog
At Kennesaw State University, courses can be designated as "traditional," "hybrid," "95% online," or "100% online." So, based on a typical Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday lecture class that meets a total of 30 class days (plus a final exam day), the course designations would be as follows:
- Traditional—Class meets on campus >50% (16 or more class periods) of the class time.
- Hybrid—Class meets on campus <50% (15 or less class periods) of the class time.
- 100% Online—Class never meets on campus.