Many aspects of human sexuality; physiology and function of human reproductive system, factors involved in learning sex roles, biological and emotional motivations associated with the sexual aspects of life and their relationship to marriage and family planning.
A basic knowledge and understanding of the physiological, psychological, social, environmental and behavioral aspects of drug use and abuse in this country to prepare students to make mature and responsible decisions regarding drug use and to assist others in making similar decisions affecting drug-taking behavior.
Interdisciplinary planning and implementation of exercise programs in school, community and worksite settings; applied exercise physiology, nonclinical exercise assessment; exercise-education strategies to promote adherence in health related exercise programs.
A course supporting knowledge, attitudes, skills, and behaviors in the five wellness dimensions physical, social, emotional, intellectual, and environmental. Special emphasis will be placed on personal enrichment.