100 Allied Health Pre-Readiness (1-0-1). Allows the student to examine areas of opportunity in the Allied Health profession. The course includes math, medical terminology, critical thinking, test taking skills, prioritizing and management of time. This course is designed for the student who is considering a career in nursing or radiologic technology. This course may be taken only by pre-nursing or pre-radiologic technology students.
101 Health Science and College Life (3-0-3). An approach toward developing a positive health behavior in college students through the development of a positive attitude and actualized through application of sound information.
201 Safety and First Aid (2-0-2). A presentation of current concepts and techniques for prevention and care of emergency situations. Included will be information on various types of accidents, and their causes and preventive measures.
300 Promoting Wellness Through Alternative Therapies (3-0-3). Offers the student an opportunity to learn about and experience various alternative/complimentary modalities to promote wellness and prevent illness. Biofeedback, meditation, imagery, yoga, Native American practices and nutrition therapy are some of the modalities addressed. PR: PSYC 103.
310 Health Promotion and Protection (3-0-3). Exploration and identification of factors influencing health and wellness. A personal health promotion plan will be implemented and evaluated. PR: JR standing or consent of instructor.
333 Health and Safety in Schools (2-0-2). The elements of comprehensive school health programs are presented. Emphasis is placed on how teachers can maintain a healthy school environment. An overview of acute and chronic health problems of children is discussed. CPR and first aid are discussed as they relate and impact the school environment. PR: Admission to Teacher Education.
490 Topics in Health (3-0-3). Formal courses in diverse areas of health education. Course may be repeated for different topics. Specific topics will be announced and indicated by subtitle on the student transcript.