Health and Wellness (HEW)
HEW 520 DRUGS, SOCIETY, AND HEALTH
Prerequisite: Instructor permission. Drug addiction: problems related to alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs of abuse affecting the individual, as well as society; drug education curricula within the public schools.
HEW 580 PARENTING/SEXUALITY EDUCATION PRACTICES IN HEALTH
Prerequisite: Undergraduate coursework in health or human sexuality. Parenting/sexuality curricula and the utilization of technology in teaching health education; theories and practices in sexuality education in American school systems; appropriate course content specific to different grade levels and cultural settings.
Equivalent Course: ADE 580
HEW 588 TOPICS COURSE
HEW 590 INDEPENDENT STUDY
Equivalent Course: HPR 590
HEW 594 WORKSHOP
Graduate workshop in Health and Wellness.
HEW 605 EPIDEMIOLOGY
Principles and practices in the cause, prevention, and control of diseases in various community settings: epidemiological terminology; measurement of morbidity, mortality, and fertility; descriptive and analytic epidemiology; screening; infectious disease; occupational epidemiology.
HEW 615 SEMINAR IN HEALTH EDUCATION
Theories of health behavior and behavior change as they relate to current health education issues: the Health Belief Model and the Health Behavior Change Model; foundations of health education; strategies to promote lifestyle change in health education settings.
HEW 620 HEALTH EDUCATION/PROMOTION STRATEGIES
Overview and application of specific health promotion/education techniques; risk assessment; individual educational plans; small-group techniques; mass media, lectures, and community organization campaigns.
HEW 690 MASTER'S PROJECT
A well-planned project undertaken by one or more students, with consultation and guidance from the health and wellness faculty, concerning a health problem or issues of special interest.
Equivalent Course: HPR 690
HEW 695 MASTER'S THESIS
HEW 721 THESIS/PROJECT CONTINUATION
HEW 722 THESIS/PROJECT EXTENDED