Liberal Arts and Sciences – Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Concentration
Health Promotion and Disease Prevention is a multidisciplinary concentration for students to learn key historical developments in the evolution of health promotion and disease prevention.
An LA1 degree program with a concentration in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention will prepare students to transfer any 4-year college or university Health Education program.
To complete a concentration in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, students must complete the major requirements below:
- Two Foreign Language courses (two sequential courses are required, level and sequence to be determined by department placement)
- HI-110 or HI-111 or HI-112 (if already taken in common core, one course from HI-100 series is required; if two History courses have been taken in common core, one additional course from Anthropology, Economics, Sociology, Political Science, Psychology is required)
- SP-211(if already taken in common core, one course from HI-100 series is required; if two History courses have been taken in common core, one additional course from PSYC-100 series is required)
- One English course from EN-200, EN-300 or EN-400 series
- One science laboratory course (students who take STEM variant in common core have satisfied this requirement)
- HE-114 Foundations of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (3 cr.)
- HE 105 Human Sexuality (3cr.)
- IS 151 Health of the Nation, (2cr.)
- PE 540 Introduction to Physical Fitness (1 cr.)
Suggested First Semester
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