HLTH 300 Education in Drugs/Alcohol/Tobacco

Knowledge and methods to deal with the problems of use of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco in elementary and secondary schools. Meets requirement for Education Law, Section 804, 804a, and 805. Limited to Education majors only.


HLTH 302 Stress Management

Identifies the mechanisms that generate the human stress response and their physical and psychological effects on the body and mind. The course also introduces the student to developing personal strategies for effective stress management.


HLTH 303 Fitness and Wellness

This course will explore the development of knowledge and skills necessary to become personally responsible for fitness and wellness. Investigations will include fitness assessment, exercise prescription, preventative health care, eating disorders, weight management, nutrition, smoking cessation and stress management.



HLTH 115

HLTH 321 Theory & Techniques of Coaching

A course designed to introduce the prospective coach to the basic skills, strategies and coaching techniques required in organizing a particular sport. While the course is one of several courses designed to meet state mandates for interscholastic coaching, the student is expected to have completed all other courses in the mandate before enrolling in HLTH 321 or attain the permission of the instructor.


HLTH 343 Drugs and Behavior

The course provides students with a basic understanding of the effects of legal and illegal drugs on physiological and psychological functioning, and how drugs influence personal and social behavior.


HLTH 386 Wellness and Health Promotion

The course emphasizes wellness as a positive approach to health promotion. The course explores ways of establishing effective health strategies that affect the physical, emotional and social self, use the mind constructively, channel stress energies positively, express emotions effectively, and enable the individual to interact with others.