Oct 15, 2018  
University Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019 
    
University Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019

Public Health Education / Psychology Accelerated/Master's


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Curriculum Requirements


Students must apply for admission in their junior year

Recommendations required include one (1) from the department chair and one(1) from a faculty member in the student’s major department.

Minimum GPA requirements:2.8 overall GPA 3.0 GPA in Psychology or related major.

PSYG 5800 is a three credit hour special topics course which can be repeated once.

PSYG 5800(3)* is a Special Topics- Analytical Writing. This is a writing course for graduate Psychology majors designed to enhance writing skills within the field. This is a required course.

PSY 5800 (3)# is Special Topics- Cognitive Development. It is a course addressing cognitive development and is a required course.

Four- Year Curriculum Plan


Four-Year Plan in Public Health Education/ Psychology - Accelerated Track

Freshman Year
Fall Semester

*ENG 1110 English Composition I ( 3 )  

*BIOL 1100 General Biology ( 3 )  

+HEDU 2000 Introduction to Health Education ( 3 )  

*PEDU 1541 Fitness ( 2 )  

*UNIV 1100 First Year Seminar ( 2 )  

*MFL 1192 Elementary (Critical Language) II ( 3 )  

Spring Semester 

*ENG 1210 English Composition II ( 3 )  

*MATH 1110 Elementary Statistics ( 3 )  

*BIOL 1300 Molecules and Cell Function ( 4 )  

*HUM 2410 Arts & Humanities I ( 3 )  

%MSCM 1250 Elements of Speech Communication ( 3 )  

Sophomore Year
Fall Semester

%BIOL 1610 Human Anatomy and Physiology I ( 4 )  

+HEDU 2100 Community Health ( 3 )  

+HEDU 2200 Health Behavior for Effective Living ( 3 )  

*HIST 1320 World Societies ( 3 )  

* Arts and Humanities Core Course (3)

Spring Semester

%BIOL 1620 Human Anatomy and Physiology II ( 4 )  

%FOOD 2200 Introduction to Human Nutrition  or FOOD 2300 Nutrition and Health Promotion ( 3 )  

+HEDU 2400 Methods and Applications of Group Leadership for Health Personnel ( 3 )  ►

%POLS 2100 American Government  or SOCI 2100 Principles of Sociology  or SOCI 2000 Global Societies and Human Behavior  ,orSOCI 2300 Social Problems  

%PSY 3100 Abnormal Psychology  or PSY 2100 General Psychology ( 3 )  

Junior Year
Fall Semester

+HEDU 3210 Foundations of Public Health ( 3 )  

+HEDU 3400 Theory and Practice of Health Education ( 3 )  ►

+HEDU 3200 Communicable and Chronic Health ( 3 )  

+HEDU 3720 Introduction to Epidemiology & Biostatistics ( 3 )  

& Elective (3)

Spring Semester 

+HEDU 3600 Planning for Health Promotion and Health Education ( 3 )  

& HEDU Elective (3)

+HEDU 3100 Environmental Health ( 3 )  

& HEDU Elective (3)

& Elective (3)

Senior Year
Fall Semester

&HEDU 4000 Communicating Health Information: Procedures, Media, and Techniques ( 3 )  or HEDU Elective

%PSYG 5160 Research Methods

%PSYG 5800 Technical Writing (3)

%PsyG 5800 Cognitive Thinking (3)

Spring Semester

& HEDU Elective (3)

& Elective (3)

& Elective (3)

& Elective (3)

& Elective (3)

Total Minimum Credit Hours: 120

* GEC Curriculum Courses-35

+HEDU Required Courses-30

%Non-Departmental Recommended Courses-29

& Elective -26

SI= Speaking Intensive Course  WI= Writing Intensive Course

► The University Community Services requirement  may be met in these Services Learning Courses. 

Eligibility for Application to Upper Division

Complete lower level HEDU Courses

- HEDU 2000,2100, HEDU 2200 and HEDU 2400 with 2.5 GPA

- May not repeat lower level HEDU courses to improve grade for applying to Upper Division.

- Complete the General Education Curriculum with minimum GPA 2.25

- Complete BIOL 1300-1610-1620 with minimum grade of “C”

Complete and submit Application to Upper Division Public Health Education

 

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