Minor in Health Education
The Minor in Health Education is an 18 unit program. The minor complements many major programs offered by other University departments and has been designed for maximum flexibility. Individuals must work with a health education advisor to select appropriate courses. Advisor approval is required for courses not listed below.
All course work used to satisfy the requirements of the minor must be completed with a minimum grade point average of 2.0.
Health Education Minor — 18 units
Required Courses (6 units)
|PH 210||Personal and Social Determinants of Health||3|
|PH/ETHS 221||Health and Social Justice - Burning Issues, Taking Action||3|
Electives (12 units)
Electives in Health Education from the following, Holistic Health Studies, or related fields will be considered on advisement with advisor approval required as related to student's needs and interests. At least 6 units must be upper-division.
|PH 200||Global Health||3|
|PH 241||Health and Social Movements in the United States in the 20th Century||3|
|PH 290||Promoting Positive Health||3|
|PH 305||Critical History of Public Health in the United States||3|
|PH 315||Drugs and Society||3|
|PH 320||Contemporary Sexuality||3|
|PH 410||Public Health Systems||3|
|PH 414||Women's Health||3|
|PH/GEOG 434||Geographies of Health and Health Care||3|
|PH 450||Public Health Policy||3|
|PH 455||Community Organizing and Community Building for Health||3|
|PH 670||Principles of Peer Health Education||3|
|PH 671||Practice of Peer Health Education||3|
|PH 685||Projects in the Teaching of Public Health||1-4|
|PH 699||Independent Study||1-3|