Are you interested in a Health minor? Discover some of the benefits a minor in Health will provide:

  • Develop knowledge, skills, and ability to provide career attainment opportunities within health-related fields.

  • Create a foundation for post-graduate degree programs, such as health educator in health care setting and/or community, social work, psychology, mass communication/journalism with a health emphasis, marketing and health, post-graduate teaching health education, health specialization areas such as substance abuse, suicide and others, and school health coordination. 

  • Entering the field of education? Teaching students benefit by obtaining K-12 Comprehensive School Health Education Licensure and meeting state and federal mandates.

Courses included in Health Minor:

  • HLTH 101 - Health Concepts

  • HLTH 201 - ATOD Prevention Education

  • HLTH 370 - Stress Management

  • HLTH 251 - First Aid and CPR

  • HLTH 410 - Current Issues in Health

  • HLTH 420 - K-12 Methods of Health Instruction

  • HLTH 422 - Nutrition

Gain a broad base of health knowledge and the skills to work in a plethora of health-related career settings and teacher certification. There are also opportunities, as part of the health minor, to work with grant projects on campus that have a health focus which can health establish professional networks for students.

If interested or have further questions, contact:

Sandy Klarenbeek, Health Educator, located in the Young Center. School of Behavior Science.


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