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HE 101: Personal Health Awareness
(3) F, S - CSU, UC*
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.

Course designed to identify and find ways in which to deal with a variety of health issues, including mental and emotional health, value systems, drugs and alcohol, fitness and nutrition, sexuality and relationships, death and dying, cardiovascular disease and cancer. (*UC transfer limit: HE 101 and 102 combined: maximum credit, one course)

HE 102: Personal Health for Women
(3) F, S -CSU, UC*
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.

Lecture course designed for both men and women which deals with a variety of health issues, with special emphasis and focus on health factors unique to women. Topics include mental and emotional health, date rape, partner and child abuse, drugs and alcohol, fitness and nutrition, and sexuality and relationships. (*UC transfer limit: HE 101 and 102 combine: maximum credit, one course)

HE 103: Responding to Medical Emergencies
(2) F, S - CSU, UC
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.

Recommended for all students who have an interest in learning to recognize, assess and provide care for injuries or sudden illness until professional medical help arrives. Emphasizes the importance of a safe, healthy lifestyle and the prevention of injuries. American Red Cross Responding to Emergency and Adult CPR certification possible. (CAN KINE/PE 8)

HE 104: Introduction To Athletic Injuries
(3) F, S - CSU, UC
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Course Advisories: BIOMD 100 or BIOL 100.

Designed to teach students interested in allied health professions, coaching or personal enhancement. The methods of prevention, recognition and care of sports-related injuries through lecture and hands-on experience. Comprehension of injury-causing mechanisms, the resulting pathology, protective taping/wrapping, and an awareness of the duties of the athletic trainer are emphasized. (CAN KINE/PE 4)

HE 108: Advanced Assessment And Treatment Of Athletic Injuries
(3) F, S - CSU, *UC
Prerequisite: HE 104 (may be taken concurrently).
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103
Course Advisories: BMS 107

Designed to teach students interested in a paramedical profession (pre-med, physical therapy, athletic training) and coaching the proper methods of systematic evaluation and rehabilitative principles/techniques of athletic injuries through lecture and hands-on lab. Comprehension of evaluation skills in scenarios, theory/utilization of modalities, and implementation of rehabilitative techniques for sport injuries stressed. (*UC transfer limit)

HE 109: Health And Physical Fitness For Older Adults
(1) F, S - CSU

Designed to advance the understanding of the relationship between living habits and health for older adults. Enhances the physical and emotional well-being of individuals by providing information and activities designed for improvement of nutrition, fitness, cardiovascular health, and stress management skills. Student is able to design a safe and effective health program.

HE 110: Sports Nutrition
(2) F, S - CSU
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or 110H or 110GB

Examines nutrients and their effects on physical performance. Topics include basic nutrition principles, pre- and post-exercise nutrition, eating for weight control/gain, proper hydration and eating disorders. Also examines the pharmacological, hormonal, physiological and nutritional agents that have purported ergogenic properties.

HE 111: Understanding Human Sexuality
(3) F, S - CSU, UC*
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.

Human sexuality course introduces physiological, psychological, sociological, and cultural aspects, and explores personal perspectives. (*UC transfer limit: HE 111, PSYCH 125 and BIOMD 136 combined: maximum credit, one course)

HE 201: Introduction to Healthy Aging
(3) F, S - CSU
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103

Introductory course of Healthy Aging Resources and Programs Skills Competency Award. Designed to identify and examine the biological, psychological, and social issues associated with the aging process, and reviews aspects of healthy aging among adults.

HE 202: Health Promotion: Behavior Change Theories and Practice
(3) F, S, Summer - CSU, UC
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and 103

Second course for Healthy Aging Resources and Programs Skills Competency Award. Examines learning theories, behavior change, processes and motivational theories, as well as communication skills among older adults.

HE 203: Health Promotion: Lifestyle Modifications and Preventative Health Care Strategies
(3) F, S, Summer - CSU
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and 103

Third course for Healthy Aging Resources and Programs Skills Competency Award. Introduces concepts and skills required to meet NCCAP certification standards for becoming an Activities Professional. Prepares students for basic functions and duties of an activity professional including designing, evaluating, and delivering activity services for older adults.

HE 213: Concepts in Health and Physical Fitness
(3) F, S - CSU, UC*
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.

This course examines current health and physical fitness concepts which prevent disease and enhance the quality of life. Emphasis is placed on applying theory to everyday living. Topics covered include personal health profiles, heart disease and risk factor identification, exercise prescription, muscular and cardiovascular fitness, weight management, stress management, posture evaluation and nutritional analysis. (*UC Transfer Limit: All PE activity courses combined with HE 108, 213 and MDT 100 and 105: maximum credit, 4 units)

HE 220: Fundamentals Of Exercise Testing And Fitness Instruction
(3) F, S - CSU
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.

Designed to teach physical fitness assessment skills and evaluation, exercise program design with appropriate modification for special populations. Students will learn how to teach individual and group exercise sessions.

HE 290: Work Experience in Healthy Aging
(1-4) F, S, Summer - CSU
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and 103

Provides students opportunities to work in Evidenced-Based Health Promotion Programs and programs specifically for health promotion for older adults. Work/Internship opportunities for students enrolled in the Healthy Aging programs.

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