ACTS Common Course - HEAL1003
The course is designed to motivate students toward an individual responsibility for their health status and an improved quality of life. An introspective study of personal lifestyle behavior is encouraged. The interrelationship of the multi causal factors which directly affect health status and the various dimensions of personal health are addressed.
A study of current health services and the products offered by health providers to the health consumer and an examination of various diseases and disorders.
Exploration of teaching methods and strategies, use of school and community resources, and evaluation related to teaching health in grades K 12.
Prerequisite: PE 2653
A health education course which is designed to familiarize students with food as it relates to optimal health and performance. Focus is on nutrition as it affects the physical work capacity of humans from resting states to high output performance.
Prerequisite: Consent of department head
Independent work on approved health topics under the individual guidance of a faculty member.