Health (HLTH)

111 Principles and Concepts in Personal Health (3) Development of the understandings, attitudes, and practices which contribute to better individual health.

300 Prevention of Athletic Injuries (3) Development of a basic understanding of athletic injuries to include pre-participation examination guidelines, risk factors, strength, endurance, and body composition testing, environmental conditions, maintenance of athletic equipment and facilities, protective devices and taping. Lab included. Prereq: BIOL 110, ZOOL 201, or any human physiology lab.

301 Recognition, Evaluation, and Immediate Care of Athletic Injuries (3) First aid for athletic injuries to include evaluation techniques, medication, developing an emergency action plan, the referral procedures. Lab included. Prereq: HLTH 320, ZOOL 201, or any human physiology with lab.

320 Advanced First Aid and CPR (3) Procedures for emergency care and accident prevention. ARC certification in Advanced First Aid and CPR available.

35- Topics: [Selected Areas] (2, 3) Topics in contemporary health issues. The subject matter is indicated by the third digit: 1 for substance abuse (3 hrs), 2 for environmental concerns (2 hrs), 3 for human sexuality (3 hrs), and 4 for aging populations (2 hrs). May enroll in one or more selected areas.

400 (600) Rehabilitation, Reconditioning of Athletic Injuries (3) Development of the knowledge and use of therapeutic modalities, and rehabilitation programs for athletic injuries. Lab included. Prereq: HLTH 300 and 301.

401 Health Care Administration/Professional Development and Responsibility (3) This course is geared toward the student who wishes to pursue the National Athletic Training Association certification exam; includes medical records and documentation, legal issues, OSHA guidelines, organizational structure, drug testing and protocols, purchasing equipment, inventory, insurance, certification examination preparation, NATA background and information. Prereq: HLTH 300, 301, and 400.

410 Health Education and Promotion (3) As a guide to the field of health education and promotion, this course addresses the theoretical base needed to develop behaviors conducive to well-being or a change in behaviors conducive to health. The responsibilities and competencies for entry level health educators originally identified by the Role Delineation Project will be addressed, as well as Healthy People 2000 objectives for the Nation.

440 (640) Community Health (3) Examines the scope of community health from its foundations to the health of the nation, including helath care delivery, environmental and consumer health, and safety issues along with concepts of epidemiology and disease. Prereq: HLTH 111.

475 Health Methods (3) Introduction to a variety of methods and materials that can be utilized in teaching health content. Also, emphasis on the writing of goals and objectives, the design of unit plans and lesson plans, and the construction of evaluation instruments. Prereq: Admission to Teacher Education.

485 (685) Workshop in Health: [Title of Workshop] (1-3) Workshop on selected topics. No more than six hours workshop credit may be applied to an undergraduate or graduate degree in education. Prereq: instructor's approval.

775 School Health Methods (3) Review of methods and materials available for utilization in teaching health. Designed to provide additional strategies for health instruction through examination of current health literature, characteristics of effective teaching, and techniques for planning and implementing effective programs in health.