Required Coursework

Course of Study (Required Coursework) SHE Major Advising Sheet

Introduction Course Work Interdisciplinary Requirements (28 Credits)
       
Credit Course # Title of Course Prerequisites
Choose one of the two:
_____ 3 *HPR 105 or *HED 207 Creating a Healthy, Active Lifestyle or Youth Health Issues  
_____ 4 *BIO 103 or *MIC 100 Introductory or General Biology OR Microbes & Society  
_____ 3 *EFN 205 Understanding Human Differences  
_____ 3 ESS 205 Human Anatomy (or BIO 312) BIO 103/MIC 100
_____ 3 ESS 206 Human Physiology (or BIO 313) BIO 103/MIC 100
_____ 3 HED 205 Introduction to Health & Wellness Ed  
_____ 3 PSY 212 Lifespan Development  
_____ 3 PSY 370 Educational Psychology PSY 212
       
  Choose one from the following:  
  Minorities Course    
_____ 3 *HIS 306 or *ERS 100 or *SOC 225 or *WGS 230  
       
*These courses also may fulfill general education requirements.

~ Complete The PPST During The Freshman Year ~

Health Content Course Work Major Requirements
       
Credit Course # Title of Course Prerequisites
_____ 3 NUT 200 or HED 474 Human Nutrition or Nutrition Education  
_____ 3 +HED 345 Issues in Mental & Emotional Health HED 205
_____ 1 HED 409 Stress Management & Relaxation Skills (Not required minor)  
_____ 3 HED 425 Violence and Injury Prevention  
_____ 3 HED 441 Human Disease Prevention & Control  
_____ 3 +HED 469 Drugs, Society, and Human Behavior BIO 103/105
_____ 3 +HED 472 Sexual Health Promotion ESS 205/206
_____ 3 HED/SHE/CHE 3-5 Credits of electives (SHE single major only) (Not required minor)  
       
+ Junior standing to take class


Professional Course Work  
       
Credit Course # Title of Course Prerequisites
_____ 4 **SHE 310 Intro To urr. Processes & Instruc. Techniques HED 205
_____ 3 **SPE 401+ Intro to Exceptional Inds. (w/clinical) (SHE single major only)  
_____ 6 **SHE 410 App. of Curr. Processes & Instruc. Techniques SHE 310
_____ 3 SHE 415 (take w/410) School Health Leadership SHE 310
_____ 1 SHE 492 *Student Teaching Seminar for School Health  
_____ 3 SHE 494/495 *Student Teaching/* Teaching Internship 2.75/3.00 GPA
       
(See departmental policies back of sheet)
**Admission to Teacher Education is required.

~ COMPLETE THE PRAXIS II THE SEMESTER PRIOR TO STUDENT TEACHING ~ (See page 154 in catalog)

**Admission to Teacher Education is required. More information and the application can be found online at: http://www.uwlax.edu/sah/hehp/SHEHowApply.htm (Minimum 2.75 GPA required). See Assistant to the Dean, Guy Herling.

General Education Requirements (48 Credits).

DEPARTMENTAL POLICIES

  1. Students must follow the course sequences set up by the department.
  2. Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all required Health Education courses and the following Science Courses: MIC 100 OR BIO 103/105; ESS 205 and 206.
  3. Students can make application to the program only after they have earned 48 semester hours of credit and have met all departmental requirements (including GPA).
  4. In the semester prior to Student Teaching, students must simultaneously take SHE 410 and SHE 415.
  5. School Health Education majors and minors must meet the following additional requirements:
    1. Apply for admission to Teacher Education;
    2. Achieve a minimum of 2.75 cumulative GPA to be admitted to Teacher Education;
    3. Successfully complete the PPST by achieving the following minimum scores: Reading 175, Math 173, Writing 174;
    4. Achieve a minimum 2.75 GPA in professional preparation courses and the major or minor course sequence to Student Teach;
    5. Successfully complete the PRAXIS II by achieving a passing score of 610 prior to Student Teaching;
    6. Successfully complete the Preparing to Teach Portfolio must be proficient prior to Student Teaching;
    7. Achieve a cumulative 2.75 GPA and successfully complete department exit exam administered by the School Health Education faculty to be licensed by the state to teach.
  6. Declare readiness to SHE program by contacting Mr. Guy Herling.
    gherling@uwlax.edu - 205 Graff Main Hall

~Student is responsible for successful completion of program requirements~