Community Health Education (BS)
- The Online Bulletin is for information purposes only. Current students must complete the requirements as outlined in the York Bulletin as applicable.
- Course Descriptions
- Course descriptions can be found in the online PDF version of the Bulletin
The Community Health Education program is designed to prepare the student to be a specialist skilled in planning and implementing programs that enhance health awareness. This multidisciplinary program facilitates the involvement of individuals, communities, and community-based organizations to promote well-being, improved health status and positive health behaviors.
The Community Health Education program's goal - to prepare health education specialists - is implemented through the program's curriculum and internship experiences which reflect the standards of the American Association of Health Education (AAHE) and National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. (NCHEC). These standards and competencies address content, assessment needs, planning, implementation, and evaluation of programs, educational strategies, being a resource person, and communication and advocacy.
|Effective Fall 2016|
Community Health Education BS
Major Discipline Requirements
|I. Required Major Discipline Courses||27|
|HE201||Foundations of Health and Wellness||2|
|HE224||Laboratory in Health Behavior||1|
|HE481||Organization and Administration of Health Education||3|
|BIO281||Human Structure and Function||4|
II. Elective Major Discipline CoursesPlease choose twelve (12) credits from among the following:
|GERO301||Wellness and The Elderly||3|
|HE200||Basic Cardiac Life Support||1|
|HE211||Stress and Health||2|
|HE241||Sex and Sexuality||3|
|HE312||Health and Disease||3|
|HE313||Alcohol and Alcoholism||3|
|HE314||Nutrition and Health||2|
|HE317||First Aid and Safety Education||2|
|HE341||HIV/AIDS: Public Health Implications||3|
|HE342||Drug Use and Abuse||3|
|PE358||Physiology of Exercise||3|
|HE365||Research in Health and Physical Education||3|
|HE450||Practicum in Health Education||2|
|PH201||History & Principles of Public Health||3|
|PH210||Epidemiology for Public Health Practice||3|
|PH285||Health Equity & Cultural Responsiveness||3|
|PH320||Applied Biostatistics in Public Health||3|
III. Psychology ElectivesPlease choose six (6) credits from among the following:
|PSY215||Human Development I: Infancy/Childhood||3|
|PSY216||Human Development II: Adolescence/Maturity||3|
|PSY283||Psychology of Death and Dying||3|
*Prospective Community Health Education majors are required to take Biology 120, which may be used toward fulfillment of the Natural Science Area requirements.
Registered nurses are exempt from Biology 281 under Group I; they are required to complete at least 8 credits under Group II.