students in a HHP exercise labWelcome!

The mission of the Department of Health and Human Performance is to prepare highly competent professionals who are committed to leadership, lifelong learning, exceptional service, and the promotion of healthy lifestyles in diverse health, physical education and sport settings. Graduate study in the department includes coursework, research, and internship opportunities for students to advance their personal and professional competence in these areas.

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Montana State University Billings uses test to maximize athletes’ training

 

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Our Outstanding Graduates

Haylee Mooney
Haylee Mooney
Helena, MT
Health and Human Performance
Magna Cum Laude
2019 Outstanding Graduate Award
Alisha Breen
Alisha Elizabeth Breen
Choteau, MT
Health and Human Performance, Human Performance Option
Cum Laude
2018 Outstanding Undergraduate and Golden Merit Award Recipient
Wyatt Witty

Wyatt Witty
Buffalo, Wyoming
Health and Human Performance, Human Performance Option
Cum Laude
2018 Outstanding Graduate

Seth Robertus
Seth Robertus
Outdoor Adventure Leadership
2017 Outstanding Graduate
Golden Merit Award
Karsyn Hornby

Karsyn Hornby
Health and Human Performance
Athletic Training
2017 Nels Christiansen Outstanding Graduate

Mary Justine Owen

Mary Justine Owen
2016 Outstanding Senior and Golden Merit Award Recipient
Health and Human Performance with a Mathematics teaching option