Health Education


H ED 180: Health and Wellness

Credits 5

An introduction to personal health. Understanding drug and alcohol use, sexuality and reproductive issues, diseases, nutrition, diet and weight management, stress management, safety, and environmental concerns. Students will analyze their own attitudes, behaviors, and decisions that affect individual health and develop strategies for healthful living. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Elective)

H ED 215: Human Sexuality

Credits 5

(Formerly H ED 210) An introduction to contemporary aspects of human sexuality, including development of sexuality over the lifespan, beginning with prenatal gender differentiation and proceeding through adulthood and aging. We will also cover related topics, such as interpersonal aspects of sexual relationships, sexual orientation, pregnancy, parenting choices, and STDs, including HIV/AIDS. This class may include students from multiple sections. Colisted with SOC 215 (Elective)