Health Promotion Courses

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Health Promotion Major

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Prerequisite Courses
HLTH SS1030 3 Healthy Lifestyles
HTHSCI LS1110 or 4 Biomedical Core
ZOOL LS 1020 3 Human Biology

Required Courses
HLTH 3000 3 Foundations of Health Promotion
HLTH 3200 3 Methods Health Education
HLTH 4013 3 Health Promotion Research & Evaluation
HLTH 4150 4 Needs Assessment & Planning Health Promotion Programs
HLTH 4860 3 Field Experience
HLTH 4990 1 Senior Seminar
HAS 3000 The Health Care System
HAS/HLTH 3150 3 Community Health
HAS DV3190 3 Patient Education OR
HLTH DV3420 3 Multicultural Health & Nutrition
HAS 3230 3 Health Communications
HIM SI3200 3 Epidemiology & Biostatistics

Professional Block
(Minimum of 9 hours approved by advisor, may be used as electives)
HLTH 2400 3 Mind/Body Wellness
HLTH 2700 3 Consumer Health
HLTH 3100 3 Technological Applications in Health Promotions
HLTH 3160 3 Health Behavior & Special Populations
HAS 3020 3 Health Care Marketing
HAS 3260 3 Health Care Administration & Supervisory Theory
HAS 4320 3 Health Care Economics and Politics

Elective Courses
(15 hours)
HLTH 1110 3 Stress Management
HLTH 1300 3 First Aid: Responding to Emergencies
HLTH 3050 3 School Health Program
HLTH 3400 3 Substance Abuse Prevention
HLTH 3500 3 Human Sexuality
HLTH 4220 3 Women’s Health Issues
HLTH 4250 2 Contemporary Health: Issues of Adolescents
HLTH 3320 3 Health/Nutrition Older Adult
HLTH 4700 3 Wellness Coaching
HLTH 4800 1-3 Individual Projects
HLTH 4860 3 Field Experience
HLTH 4920 1 Workshops
HLTH/NUTR LS1020 3 Foundations in Nutrition
HAS 3240 3 Human Resource Development in Health Care
HAS 4400 3 Legal and Ethical Aspects of health Administration
HAS 4410* 3 Clinical Instructional Skills* or Health 3200
HAS 4420 3 Clinical Instructional Skills
HTHS 1101 3 Medical Terminology
HTHS 2230 3 Introductory Pathophysiology
GERT 3000 3 Death and Dying
NUTRI 2320 3 Food Values, Diet Design & Health
NUTRI 4420 3 Nutrition & Fitness
PEP 2300 3 Exercise Prescription
AT 3600 3 Ergonomics for HLTH & Safety
 
*HAS 4410 may be substituted for HLTH 3200.

120 credit hours are required for a Bachelor's Degree. General education requirements for BS degrees vary and are specified by each program. Students should consult with an advisor before selecting educational courses.

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Health Promotion Minor

Click here for the official catalogue description of the Health Promotion Minor
 

Prerequisite Courses
HLTH SS1030 3 Healthy Lifestyles

Required Courses
(13 Hours)
HLTH 3000 3 Foundations of Health Promotion
HLTH 3050 3 School Health Program (AND/OR)
HLTH 3150 3 Community Health Agencies and Services
HLTH 3200           3 Methods in Health Education
HLTH 4150 4 Needs Assessment & Planning Health Promotion Programs

Elective Courses
(9 hours)
NUTR LS 1020 3 Foundations in Nutrition
HLTH 1110 3 Stress Management
HLTH 1300 3 First Aid: Responding to Emergencies
HLTH 2400 3 Mind/Body Wellness
HLTH 2700 3 Consumer Health
HLTH 3400 3 Substance Abuse Prevention
HLTH 3500 3 Human Sexuality
HLTH 4220 3 Women’s Health Issues
HLTH 4250 2 Contemporary Health: Issues of Adolescents
HLTH 4300 2 Health Education in the Elementary Schools
HLTH 4700 3 Wellness Coaching
HLTH 4800 1-3 Individual Projects
HLTH 4860 2-6 Field Experience
HLTH 4920 1 Workshops
HAS 3000 3 The Health Care System
HAS 3020 3 Health Care Marketing
HAS 3150 3 Community Health Agencies and Services
HAS DV3190 3 Cultural Diversity in Patient Education
HIM SI3200 3 Epidemiology & Health Care Statistics
*HAS 3150 or 3190 may be substituted for HLTH 3150.

 

Required Courses for Minors Seeking Teaching Certification

(Selection/Substitution of courses to meet the minimum 22 hours for minor must be approved by advisor.)

HLTH 3000 3 Foundations of Health Promotion
HLTH 3050 3 School Health Program (AND/OR)
HLTH 3200           3 Methods in Health Education
HLTH 4150 4 Needs Assessment & Planning Health Promotion Programs

Elective Courses
by Advisement for Minors Seeking Teaching Certification
 
NUTR LS 1020 3 Foundations in Nutrition
HLTH 1110 3 Stress Management
HLTH 1300 3 First Aid: Responding to Emergencies
HLTH 2400 3 Art of Emotional Wellness
HLTH 2700 3 Consumer Health
HLTH 3400 3 Substance Abuse Prevention
HLTH 3500 3 Human Sexuality
 
 
Courses developed/selected based on providing students with the minimum competencies for entry-level health educators. Students must complete 25 semester hours of Health courses to qualify to sit to take national exam for qualification as a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES).
 
A teaching major is required for teacher certification.
 

Bachelor of Integrated Studies (BIS) Emphasis

 

 


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