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All of my professors want us to take away relevant information that applies to the workplace, and they really deliver. At my job, I've noticed how I'll be working on an issue and realize I just studied that topic in class. It's great to see how the theory from our textbooks applies to real-world situations.


Shannon Boggs '11
Major: Management



Community Health and Wellness Curriculum

Prerequisites

(When possible, these courses should be completed first, however the order in which courses aretaken often depends on the course schedule for each term.)
BIOL 1075 Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOL 1085 Anatomy & Physiology II
BIOL 1175 Anatomy & Physiology I Lab (1 credit)
BIOL 1185 Anatomy & Physiology II Lab (1 credit)
CHEM 1001 Chemical Concepts
CHEM 1002 Chemical Concepts Lab (1 credit)
HE 1000 Personal Health
MATH 1150 Statistics

RequireD Courses

Students must complete the 15 required credits below.  An additional 15 elective credits must be completed.  these should be selected in conjunction with an advisor to prepare the sudent in his/her area of interest.

HE 2000 Community Health Education
HE 2010 Health Promotion and Planning
HE 2020 Consumer Health
HE 3000 Introduction to Epidemiology
HE 3010 Senior Seminar in Health and Wellness

Electives

Choose 15 credits from the courses listed below. Students can take no more than six (6) credit hours of those electives from one area.  Classes taken as an elective in the major may not also count toward any minor.


Community Health and Wellness
HE 1500 Stress Reduction Based on Mindfulness
HE 2150 Introduction to Holistic Health
HE 2520 Nutrition
HE 3020 Current Issues in Health and Wellness
HE 3030 Introduction to Public Health
HE 3050 Race, Class, and Gender

Biology
BIOL 2010 Microbiology
BIOL 2120 Biology of the Mind
BIOL 2450 Human Sexuality
BIOL 2452 Sec and Gender
BIOL 2520 Nutrition
BIOL 2215 Environmental Science
BIOL 3210 Advanced Environmental Science
BIOL 3520 Nutrition in Health and Disease

Communication
COM 2020 Intercultural Communication
COM 2112 Conflict Management
COM 2150 Health Communication

Criminal Justice
CJ 2402 Domestic Violence
CJ 3404 Sociology of Violence

Women's and Gender Studies
WGS 2230 Women, Health, and Health Care
WGS 2450 Human Sexuality
WGS 2452 Sex and Gender

Physical Education
PE 2500 Physical Awareness: A Wellness Approach

Philosophy
PHIL 2015 Environmental Ethics

Psychology
PSY 2060 Aging and the Life Cycle
PSY 2070 Motivation
PSY 2100 Adolescent Psychology
PSY 2106 Psychology of Women
PSY 2115 Men, Self, & Society
PSY 2125 Substance Abuse Counseling
PSY 2200 Behavior Disorders in Children
PSY 2220 Death, Dying, and Bereavement
PSY 2330 Drugs and Behavior
PSY 2400 Human Development
PSY 2450 Human Sexuality
PSY 2500 Behavior Change: Theory and Practice
PSY 2800 Social Psychology
PSY 3100 Psychology of Learning
PSY 3120 Counseling Theory
PSY 3130 Brain and Behavior
PSY 3350 Health Psychology


Sociology
SOC 2060 Aging and the Life Cycle
SOC 2220 Death, Dying, and Bereavement
SOC 2310 Societal Response to Human Needs
SOC 2402 Domestic Violence
SOC 2410 Working with Individuals
SOC 2420 Working with Groups
SOC 2452 Sex & Gender
SOC 2650 Sociology of Health Care
SOC 2660 Sociology of Women
SOC 2115 Men, Self, & Society
SOC 3390 Crisis Intervention
SOC 3404 Sociology of Violence
SOC 3610 Communities

*Curriculum requirements vary depending on the number and type of credits accepted for transfer. Transfer credits are not needed to enter the program. An advisor will help you develop a personalized education plan.
Curriculum is subject to change.
Unless otherwise noted, all courses are 3 credits.

 
 
 
 

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