Health Education Courses

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HE 110|Concepts of Fitness [PE]

2 Credits

Physiological, kinesiological, and energy aspects of movement activities and exercises related to health and physical fitness. The course is lecture/lab.

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HE 160|Diet, Exercise & Weight Control [PE]

2 Credits

Class is designed to promote and achieve knowledge in the areas of diet, exercise, and weight management for today's lifestyles as it relates to the students' total well-being.

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HE 161|HIV/AIDS Issues and Strategies [PE]

2 Credits

A comprehensive overview of the virus HIV and AIDS, including: biological, epidemiological, historical, universal precautions, economic, legal, ethical, social, and behavioral aspects.

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HE 162|HIV/AIDS Education [PE]

1 Credit

Formerly HE 1611

This lab is designed to provide additional information on HIV/AIDS and activities that prepare students to give presentations about health issues related to HIV/AIDS to classes and other student groups on campus.

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HE 170|Health and Wellness [PE]

3 Credits

Study of current health and wellness issues and problems of the college-age student. Emphasis is on lifestyles, risk factors, and preventing disease and illness with a wellness lifestyle.

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HE 171|Exercise Prescription [PE]

2 Credits

This course is the study of the history, current trends, and research regarding proper protocols for designing individual workout programs based on needs and experience of individuals.

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HE 172|Exercise Prescription Lab [PE]

1 Credit

Formerly HE 1711

Lab to be taken concurrently with HE 171.

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HE 199|Special Studies

1–15 Credits

An experimental class to be used to explore new approaches and applications to Health Education.

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HE 210|Sports Nutrition [PE]

3 Credits

This course is an introduction to terms, concepts, and research regarding proper nutrition for athletes and active individuals. In addition, supplementation and aids to enhance performance are studied.

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HE 215|Health and Fitness for Life [PE]

3 Credits

This course is designed to provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to maintain a healthy fitness level throughout the lifespan. Students will develop, implement, and modify an exercise program geared to their specific fitness and wellness goals. This class requires students to exercise in the fitness center.

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HE 216|Health and Fitness for Life Lab [PE]

1 Credit

Formerly HE 2151

Lab to be taken concurrently with HE 215.

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HE 220|Drugs and Health [PE]

3 Credits

This course is designed to achieve physiological knowledge and awareness of chemical use and abuse as it relates to the student's total well-being.

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HE 230|First-Aid Safety

3 Credits

Designed to help students learn first-aid skills and accident prevention. Advanced first-aid and CPR card given for successful completion.

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HE 232|Sports Psychology [PE]

3 Credits

An introduction to terms, concepts, and research regarding the psychological area of sports. The history, current trends, and legal issues regarding the field of sports psychology are studied.

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HE 240|Stress Management [PE]

3 Credits

A study of the causes of human stress and how to manage or minimize this stress. Theories, implications, and practical applications are emphasized.

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HE 250|Sports Management [PE]

3 Credits

This course is an introduction to the history, current global perspectives, trends, and research regarding the field of sports management. Students gain an understanding of marketing, organization, and financial aspects of sports management.

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