George Mason University's Well-Being Minor is open to ALL Mason students.
The Well-Being Minor provides students with an understanding of the nature of human consciousness, including historical foundations and modern research. Through required coursework, students develop an ability to implement personal practices that foster deeper self-awareness, the regulation of stress factors in his or her life, and an emerging sense of meaning for his or her life. Students take two required courses and select three additional courses through an approved list of options.
INTS 355 Mindfulness, Meaning, Well-Being (3 credits)
GCH 325 Stress and Well-Being (Mason Core) (3 credits)
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