Science Council

“Since 2002 dual studies for the industry of the future prevention, fitness and health with the first degree diploma of fitness economics” study was prevention, fitness and health available exactly ten years ago for the first time specifically for the industry of the future. On 05.03.2002 solemnly passed the certificate of recognition as a vocational college. This was the start of a success story that continues to this day. At that time, around 120 students started in the first round. But although the 2002 courses were new, constructed at that time on the over 25 years of experience of the BSA-Akademie.

Gradually developed the courses on offer. The degree programmes were further developed in Bachelor’s programs, accreditation as accredited college followed by 2008, two master’s degree programs were new in the offer. The combination of operational training and distance learning with compact presence phases in the Bachelor’s degree was a completely new dual track approach with many advantages for students and education establishments and laid the foundation stone for the very high level of acceptance: currently about 3,200 students studying in the four Bachelor’s and two master’s degrees. Over 2,400 companies take advantage of the chance to qualify their own specialists and executives with a dual Bachelor’s degree. A course with 120 matriculated students was the balance of the first semester to the BSA private vocational Academy in 2002. Nevertheless, that the College was a new institution in the field of higher education students and education establishments had even then an experienced partner at your side: the BSA private vocational Academy on the 25 years of experience of the BSA Academy built, which is one of the most prestigious educational institutions in the field of fitness and prevention with over 140,000 participants since 1983. The German College for prevention and health management (DHfPG) emerged from the BSA private vocational Academy 2008, 2008 received national recognition by the Science Council.