Community Health Education (B.S.)

Core Curriculum Requirements (39 hours):

              Hours
ENGL 1311 and ENGL 1312 6
DWHP 1200 2
Physical activity course (See PEHP) 1
PHIL 1381 3
Religious Studies Course 3
Ethics, PHIL 3333 3
ENGL 2310 3
Fine or Applied Arts (Art, Art History, Dance,
  Music, Music Appreciation, Theater) 3
MATH 2303 3
Natural Science (CHEM course counted in major) 4
HIST 1311, HIST 1312, HIST 1321, HIST 1322 3
PSYC 1301 3
Modern Language (six hours in one language) 6

Semester Hours
ENGL 1311 and ENGL 1312 6
Dimensions of Wellness 1200 or 3200 2
Physical activity course (See PEHP) 1
PHIL 1381 3
Religious Studies Course 3
Upper Level Religious Studies or Philosophy (3000+) 3
ENGL 2310 3
Fine or Applied Arts (Art, Art History, Dance, Music, Music Appreciation, Theater) 3
MATH 1304, 1306, or Higher Level Content 3
Natural Science (CHEM course counted in major) 0
HIST 1311, HIST 1312, HIST 1321, HIST 1322 3
Social Science (PSYC 1301 recommended) 3
Modern Language (six hours in one language) 6

Major Requirements

Community Health Education Requirements (45 Hours):


CHED 2310Health Science

CHED 2320CHED I: Intro Community Health

CHED 2330CHED II: Prin Comm Hlth Educ

CHED 3305Research Meth/Comm Health

CHED 3310Community Health Promotion

CHED 3320Fundamentals of Health Policy

CHED 3330Communicable/Chronic Disease

CHED 3340Fundamentals/Human Performance

CHED 4310Public Health/Epidemiology

CHED 4320Comm Health Program/Plan-Eval

CHED 4330Comm Hlth Comm/Educ Skills

CHED 4108Community Hlth Educ Internship

CHED 4250Senior Seminar

Psychology Requirements (12 Hours):

PSYC 2356Lifespan Development

PSYC 3340Community Psyc/Drug Use Prev

PSYC 3385Multicultural Issues

PSYC 4320Health Psychology

Chemistry Requirements (4 hours):

CHEM 1405Science in Everyday Life

Nutrition Requirements (10 hours):

NUTR 2341Introduction to Nutrition

NUTR 2400Environmental Nutrition

NUTR 3342Nutrition in the Life Cycle

Elective Requirements (10 hours):

10 hours of elective courses 

Note:  Given that students may be drawn from other undergraduate health majors, all support courses (CHEM, PSYC, and NUTR) and Core courses must meet the minimum levels established; however, substitutions will be individually assessed.