Disciplines and Subject Areas

Health & Wellness

Liberal Arts & Sciences courses numbered 2000* and above satisfy the requirements for the Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, and Associate of Applied Science degrees. General education courses numbered 1000 and above satisfy the requirements for diplomas and certificates. *Please note: Beginning in Summer 2017, courses at this level will be numbered 1100 and above.

Courses at "zero" level are designed to strengthen academic skills. Courses at the "zero-zero" level prepare students for developmental coursework. These courses do not satisfy program requirements.

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Details for Health & Wellness Courses
Course NumberCourse TitleCredits
HLTH1505Personal Health & Fitness I 1 credit
Personal Health & Fitness I: This course studies physical fitness, personal nutritional health and stress as they relate to a healthy lifestyle. Through testing and self-assessments, the student's current status is analyzed. The student will then develop a plan that would facilitate a personl healthy lifestyle. The course will introduce a variety of subjects including cardiovascular disease, cancer risk reduction, aging and health, stress management, behavior modification and addictive behaviors. (Prerequisites: None) (1 credit: 1 lecture/0 lab)

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HLTH1525Personal Health and Fitness II 1 credit
Personal Health and Fitness II: This course focuses on the implementation of an individualized physical fitness program. Through testing and self-assessments, the student's current status is analyzed. The student will then develop an exercise program that would facilitate a personal fitness plan. The couse will introduce a variety of subjects including anatomy and aging, choosing equipment, choosing the right type of training and motivational techniques. (Prerequisite: HLTH 1505) (1 credit: 1 lecture/0 lab)

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HLTH1530Beginning Yoga 1 credit
Beginning Yoga: This course provides a mind-body workout to promote personal fitness. The course will emphasize relaxation, breathing, balance, muscle development, flexibility, cardiovascular conditioning, and stress management. (Prerequisite: none) (1 credit: 0 lecture/1 lab)

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