Undergraduate Minor in Community Health Promotion
A minor in Community Health Promotion is available to undergraduates and is composed of 12 additional semester hours in approved courses in biology, management, psychology, social work and health.
Students earning the Minor in Health Promotion will be able to assess individual and community/worksite needs for health promotion, develop analytical skills to examine needs assessment data and determine priority area(s) of health promotion. They will also be able to compare and contrast health promotion program planning models and theories for application in a health promotion and wellness setting, and plan and implement effective health promotion programs. Health Promotion majors may not earn this minor.
|HSC 4581||Health Promotion and Planning||3|
|HSC 3032||Foundations in Health Education||3|
|Choose two of the following Health Foundations courses:||6|
|Theoretical Foundations of Health Promotion and Planning|
|Health Aspects of Human Sexuality|
|Drugs in Society|
|Communicable and Degenerative Diseases|
|Health Aspects of Stress Management|
|Human Environmental Health|
|Current Issues in Health Promotion|
|Changing Health Behaviors|
|Nutrition and Health|