HE g401 Issues in Health and Wellness 1-3 credits. In-depth study of current issues in wellness with particular applicability to health education, curricula and methodology. Typical topics are stress management, gerontology, fitness, sexuality, substance abuse, death and dying (may be repeated to 8 credits).
HE g420 Health Program Planning and Evaluation 2 credits. Designed to provide the student with both theory and skill development in planning and evaluating community health interventions.
HE g441 Driver and Traffic Safety Education II 2 credits. Development of student learning activities in driver and traffic safety education. Directed laboratory teaching experience includes teaching of beginning drivers in classroom and behind-the-wheel phases. PREREQ: HE 350.
HE g485 Independent Problems in Health Education 1-3 credits. Individual work under staff guidance. Field and/or library research on specific health education problems of interest to majors and minors. Permission of instructor. May be repeated up to 6 credits.
HE g491 Health Education Workshop 1-3 credits. A critical analysis of one or more areas of health education. Limited enrollment. May be repeated up to 6 credits. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
HE 597 Professional Education Development Topics. Variable credit. May be repeated. A course for practicing professionals aimed at the development and improvement of skills. May not be applied to graduate degrees. Must be graded S/U.
HE 605 Leadership and Administration 3 credits. Development of leadership skills and the dynamics of group process relative to effective interpersonal relationship with special emphasis on health programs and personnel needs.
HE 620 Curriculum and Supervision 3 credits. Consideration of the health education curriculum in public schools and in colleges and universities. Recent developments and current trends that influence the curriculum and supervision policies. Observation techniques, standards in judging instruction, the supervisory conference, cooperative supervision, basic foundation of curriculum construction, and lesson planning.
HE 630 Health Promotion Programs 3 credits. Course integrates nutrition, fitness, and stress management information into a practical application of these disciplines in a school, community, or worksite. Laboratory experiences will be emphasized.
HE 632 Community Health Education 3 credits. A study of the role of health education in the community setting. Special emphasis on parental and public role in intervention and prevention programs.
HE 639 Teaching Strategies in Health 3 credits. An advanced study of strategies and innovative methods of teaching health education. Emphasis on application to a variety of educational levels.
HE 640 Research and Writing 3 credits. Analysis and interpretation of the basic principles of research and writing as they relate to health education and fields of endeavor. Integration of research and writing procedures likely to have the greatest influence on programs and practices relating to the administration of school/community health programs.
HE 651 Masters Project in Health Education 3 credits.
HE 655 Internship 1-3 credits. Administration, supervision and operation of a community health Program. Student works under the direction of graduate faculty member and practicing administrator. PREREQ: APPROVAL OF ADVISOR AND/OR CHAIR.
NTD g457 Experimental Foods 3 credits. Development of experimental methods and their application to cookery and food technology; preparation of student for independent investigation in foods; acquaintance with literature in the field. Two hours lecture/four hours laboratory. Cross-listed as HEC 457. PREREQ: HEC 104.
NTD g461 Advanced Nutrition 3 credits. Advanced study of nutrition science, including protein, carbohydrate, lipid, vitamin, and mineral metabolism. Introduction to research methodology and professional literature. Cross-listed as HEC g461. PREREQ: HEC 239 AND CHEM 108.
NTD g491-492 Special Problems in Nutrition and Dietetics 1-2 credits. Students select problems on the basis of special needs, interests or abilities, and work on them independently in the laboratory, library, or community with regular conferences with the advisor. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.