Public Health (Minor)

Health Sciences and Professional Programs
Health and Physical Education

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
Effective Fall 2018 

Public Health Minor


Required Courses

I. Required Major Discipline Courses
PH201History & Principles of Public Health 
PH210Epidemiology for Public Health Practice 
PH320Applied Biostatistics in Public Health 
II. Elective Minor Discipline Courses
GERO210Alzheimer's & Related Dementias* 
GERO301Wellness & the Elderly** 
HE200Basic Cardiac Life Support 
HE211Stress & Health 
HE241Sex & Sexuality 
HE312Health & Disease 
HE313Alcohol & Alcoholism 
HE314Nutrition & Health 
HE315Consumer Health 
HE316Family Health 
HE317First Aid Safety Education 
HE341HIV/AIDS: Public Health Implications 
HE342Drug Use & Abuse 
PE358Physiology of Exercise 
HE420Alcoholism Counseling 
HE450Practicum in Health Education 
HE452Cardiovascular Fitness 
HE488Health Promotion in the Workplace 
HE495Independent Study 
HE496Independent Study 
HE497Independent Study 
HE498Independent Study 
PH215Social & Behavioral Determinants of Health 
PH225Principles & Practices of Health Behavior Change 
PH285Health Equity & Cultural Responsiveness 
PH330Public Health Policy & Management 
PH340Environmental & Occupational Health 
PH343Sexual & Gender Minority Health Perspectives 


  1. While GERO 301 has a prerequisite, students may enroll in the course with department or instructor permission.

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