Community Health Minor

Kinesiology students working with professor

Help People Make Healthy Choices

Completion of the Minor in Community Health will prepare students who wish to work with agencies that communicate and advocate for health and education services.

This minor would be of interest to sociology, human development and family science, food and nutrition, and allied health majors who are interested in working with targeted populations on making healthy behavior changes through planned instruction.

The Application for the Community Health Minor should be submitted to the department office for Kinesiology, Health, and Sport Science.

Number of Credits: 18

Required Courses: 9 credits

KHSS 325 School and Community Health - 3 credits

KHSS 417 Contemporary Issues in School and Community Health - 3 credits

KHSS 420 Health Education and Promotion at the Workplace - 3 credits

Elective Courses: 9 credits

Students can select three courses from the following:

FDNT 212 Nutrition - 3 credits

FDNT 402 Community Nutrition - 3 credits

HRIM 343 Fund-Raising for Special Events - 3 credits

KHSS 341 Evaluations in HPE - 3 credits

KHSS 350 Health Aspects of Aging - 3 credits

KHSS 450 Curriculum and Programming in Sexuality Education - 3 credits

SOC 231 Contemporary Social Issues - 3 credits

SOC 333 Delinquency and Youth - 3 credits

SOC 336 Sociology of the Family - 3 credits

*Students can only select two elective courses with the same prefix.