MAJOR IN HEALTH EDUCATION 53 total hours School Health Education or 54 total

Major in health education 53 total hours school

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MAJOR IN HEALTH EDUCATION 53 total hours (School Health Education) or 54 total hours (Community Health Education) required. Required core courses (18 hours) including: HSC 190, 290, 292, 297, 390; SOC 123. Health Education majors must also complete either the School Health Education Sequence or the Community Health Education Sequence. School Health Education Sequence: This sequence is part of the program leading to a 6-12 secondary certificate. Required courses (6 hours): HSC 387, 391 (3 hours). Elective (3 hours): 1 course selected from: FCS 102; HSC 105, *156, 296 Students must complete an education minor, the Profes- sional Education requirements (26 hours, including 12 hours of student teaching) as described in the Teacher Education requirements section of this Undergraduate Catalog and the General Education requirements. A 2.50 major GPA is required for admission to Profes- sional Studies and for student teaching. NOTE: This major does not meet middle-level endorse- ment requirements for the State of Illinois. See advisor for information on this endorsement. * HSC 156 is a General Education course. Community Health Education Sequence: Required courses (27 hours): *BSC 145; **HSC 204, 286, 296, 395, 396, 398.02. Electives (9 hours) chosen in consultation with an advi- sor, 3 courses from the following: FCS 102; HSC 105, 156, 208, 387, 394; SOC 212, 262, 264, 310, 341. 2.50 cumulative and major GPA prior to the semester of enrollment in HSC 398.02. NOTE: * BSC 145 meets General Education requirement for OC-SMT. **General Education courses MQM 100 or either ECO 138, GEO 138, POL 138, or PSY 138 may be substi- tuted for HSC 204. MINOR IN HEALTH EDUCATION Minor in School Health Education: 26 hours required. Required courses (20 hours): HSC 190, 290, 292, 297, 390, *391 (2 hours); SOC 123 Electives (6 hours): FCS 102; HSC 105, **156, 296, 387. NOTE: * Minors must take HSC 391 in a fall semester. ** HSC 156 is a General Education course. Minor in Community Health Education: 24 hours required. Required courses (15 hours): HSC 190, 290, 292, 296, 297. Electives (9 hours): 3 courses from: FCS 102; HSC 105, *156, *208, 387, 394; SOC 212, 262, 264, 310, 341. Six (6) hours must be from Health Sciences (HSC) courses and at least 3 of the six (6) hours must be at the 300 level. Other advanced-level Health Sciences courses may be substituted as electives with consent of Health Sciences advisor NOTE: *HSC 156 and 208 are General Education courses. Health Information Management Program Web site: Degree Offered: B.S. Health information managers are professionals responsi- ble for the management of health data and health informa- tion systems in health care organizations and organizations that use health data. They ensure data quality; code and classify data; maintain data security and privacy; design, Health Sciences
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126 C A S T implement and manage health information systems; evaluate medical care data to monitor quality and risk; and manage support personnel.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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