HEALTH EDUCATION (HED)
455-3 INTRODUCTION TO EPIDEMIOLOGY. Causes, prevention, control of communicable, chronic and degenerative diseases in various community setting settings. Examination of statistical measures and methods for organizing vital statistics. Prerequisite: 201 and 355, or consent of instructor.
462-1 to 3 SPECIAL TOPICS IN HEALTH EDUCATION. Relevant health issues; topic and credit hours announced. May be repeated to a maximum of 12 hours provided no topic is repeated. For either health education majors and minors only or kinesiology majors only. Prerequisite: HED 201 or consent of instructor.
470-3 SEXUALITY EDUCATION. Individual, family, school, and community concerns and approaches. Physiological, psychosocial and environmental factors affecting sexuality as related to learning experience. Prerequisites: HED 210 and HED 370 with grades of “C” or better.
495-3 GRANT WRITING IN HEALTH EDUCATION. Practical application in the development of a grant for a social service agency or school. Strategies for exploring funding, collaboration, and preparation of quality proposals.