Health Education (BS)
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- Course Descriptions
- Course descriptions can be found in the online PDF version of the Bulletin
Students planning to seed New York State teaching certificaion in Health Education are required to file an application for admission form in the Department of Teacher Education during their sophomore year.
Students who do not apply during their sophomore year or fail to seek advisement through the Teacher Education Program will not be eligible for certification. Students who wish to pursue the School Health Education major and who wish New York State Provisional Certification, should consult their major advisor for proper programming.
The Health Education major is designed to prepare students to teach health education grades K-12. School health educatiors are skilled in health instruction as well as in curriculum development. In cooperation with the Teacher Education Department, this program leads to teaching certification by New York State.
In addition, students majoring in Health Education are prepared to enter graduate programis in health education and related fields
Health Education BS
Health Education Requirements
|HE201||Foundations of Health and Wellness||2|
|HE224||Laboratory in Health Behavior||1|
|HE241||Sex and Sexuality||3|
|HE312||Health and Disease||3|
|HE314||Nutrition and Health||2|
|HE342||Drug Use and Abuse||3|
|HE363||Measurement and Evaluation in Health and Physical Education||3|
|HE481||Organization and Administration of Health Education||3|
|BIO281||Human Structure and Function||4|
Teacher Education Requirements:
Education Course Requirements
|EDUC280||Child and Adolescent Development for Teachers||3|
|EDUC283||Educational Psychology: Effective Teaching and Learning||3|
|EDUC284||Field Experience in Teaching and Learning||1|
|AC230||Teaching with Multimedia Technology*||2|
|MATH271||Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers||4|
|Choose one of the following|
|PHIL202||Major Ideas and Issues in Education||3|
|SOC202||Major Ideas and Issues in Education||3|
|Professional Education Sequence||9|
|EDUC329||Curriculum and Methods in Health Education at the Elementary Level||3|
|EDUC330||Curriculum and Methods in Health Education at the Secondary Level||3|
|EDUC340||Literacy Instruction Inside Middle and Secondary Schools||3|
|Student Teaching and Student Teaching Seminar||8|
|EDUC418||Supervised Student Teaching, Health Education, Grades 1-6||4|
|EDUC419||Supervised Student Teaching, Health Education, Grades 7-12||4|
Prospective Health Education majors are required to take Biology 120 which may be used towards fulfillment of the Natural Science Area requirements.
*Students who do not evident technology competencies may need to take AC101 in order to graduate.
Majors must complete 2 Mathematics courses, MATH 111 and a second Mathematics course selected from MATH 271 or amoung the Mathematics General Education course listing.
Proof of current First Aid/CPR certification is required.