Teaching Specialty - Health Education
Major: Health Education - School Health
Degree Type: B.S.
Required Degree Credits to Graduate: 122
General Education Requirements
|First Year Experience (F):|
|HD&E 189||Skills for Academic Success (Students transferring in 24 or more credits do not need to take HD&E 189.)||1|
|ENGL 110||College Composition I||3|
|ENGL 120||College Composition II||3|
|ENGL 358||Writing in the Humanities and Social Sciences||3|
|COMM 110||Fundamentals of Public Speaking||3|
|Quantitative Reasoning (R): Select from current general education list||3|
|Science & Technology (S):|
|A one-credit lab must be taken as a co-requisite with a general education science/technology course unless the course includes an embedded lab experience equivalent to a one-credit course. Select from current general education list||10|
|Humanities & Fine Arts (A): Select from current general education list||6|
|Social & Behavioral Sciences (B):|
|PSYC 111||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|SOC 110||Introduction to Sociology||3|
|HNES 217||Personal and Community Health *||3|
|Cultural Diversity (D): Select from current general education list|
|Global Perspectives (G): Select from current general education list|
|General Education Requirements||40|
|Teaching Specialty Requirements|
|HDFS 135||Family Science **||3|
|HDFS 230||Life Span Development||3|
|or PSYC 250||Developmental Psychology|
|HNES 110||Introduction to Health and Physical Education *||3|
|HNES 200||Principles of Nutrition *||3|
|or HNES 250||Nutrition Science|
|HNES 341||Psychosocial Aspects of Health *||3|
|HNES 345||Materials and Concepts of Health Education *||3|
|HNES 367||Principles of Conditioning *||3|
|HNES 445||Organization and Administration of Coordinated School Health Programs *||3|
|PSYC 210||Human Sexuality **||3|
|PSYC 212||Psychological Aspects of Drug Use and Abuse **||3|
|Professional Education Requirements|
|EDUC 321||Introduction to Teaching||3|
|EDUC 322||Educational Psychology||3|
|EDUC 451||Instructional Planning, Methods and Assessment||3|
|EDUC 481||Classroom Practice Methods of Teaching I: (Health Ed K-12)||3|
|EDUC 485||Student Teaching Seminar||1|
|EDUC 486||Classroom Management for Diverse Learners||3|
|EDUC 487||Student Teaching||9|
|EDUC 488||Applied Student Teaching||3|
|EDUC 489||Teaching Students of Diverse Backgrounds||3|
|HD&E 320||Professional Issues||1|
|Degree Requirement: Potential of 19 credits to reach 122||19|
Students must earn a grade of ‘B’ or better in these courses.
Students must earn a grade of 'C' or better in these courses.
Degree Requirements and Notes
- A GPA of 2.75 or better in the teaching specialty is required to stay in full standing in the program, for placement in student teaching, and to exit from the program.
- A GPA of 2.75 or better in professional education requirements and completion of Praxis II and PLT exams, are required to exit the program.
- Courses taken Pass/Fail will not be used to satisfy any requirements other than total credits.
- See School of Education for admission requirements.
HEALTH EDUCATION MAJOR
School Health (K-12) Option
The following combinations of courses are suggested semester schedules that allow the student to complete his/her major/option degree program in a four-year span. The arrangement of courses is based on which semesters the course is offered, the classification and the prerequisites or co-requisites required for successful completion of the course. The 4-Year Plan should be used with the curriculum guide. Remember, this is only a guide and circumstances may change the plan.
|ENGL 110||3||COMM 110||3|
|HD&E 189||1||ENGL 120||3|
|Humanities/Fine Arts||3||HDFS 135||3|
|Quantitative Reasoning||3||SOC 110||3|
|EDUC 321||3||HNES 200 or 250*||3|
|EDUC 322||3||HNES 217*||3|
|Humanities/Fine Arts||3||HNES 341*||3|
|Science/Technology w/Lab||4||PSYC 210||3|
|Elective||3||PSYC 250 or HDFS 230||3|
|HNES 367*||3||EDUC 489||3|
|PSYC 212||3||ENGL 358||3|
|EDUC 451||3||EDUC 485||1|
|EDUC 481 (HE Section)||3||EDUC 487||9|
|EDUC 486||3||EDUC 488||3|
|Total Credits: 122|
Students must earn a "B" or better in all courses identified with an asterisk (*).