Health Education Undergrad Program
Health Education is a dynamic, challenging, and ever changing profession!
Undergraduate students in the department pursue a BS in Community Health Education. Graduates conduct health education and health promotion activities in non-classroom settings.
Possible employment settings include, but are not limited to:
- Public Health Departments (State and City/County)
- Non-Profit Agencies
- Health Centers (University and Community)
- Corporate Health Centers
- Insurance Companies
- Web-based Health Information Companies
- Health Education 101: Foundations of Human Health, completed
- University core English composition course(s)
- Allied Health 241 or equivalent anatomy/physiology course
Two courses required during the program are HED 334 and 434, which require a certain level of psychomotor and verbal skills of the student. If questions arise concerning an individual student's ability in these areas, an assessment will be made prior to the end of the first week of the semester to determine whether the individual student possesses the necessary skills to remain in the course. The first aid coordinator in the Department of Health Education and Recreation will make the final decision.
A student in community health education must have a 2.75 grade point average in the major before clearance to do an internship. A grade of C or better is required for all major courses in the undergraduate health education program.
University Core Curriculum Requirements
Requirements for Major in Health Education
Additional Courses to meet Certification Requirements
|Health Education or other Electives||21-22 hrs|