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HLTH 030 Phlebotomy Basics • 1.4 Cr.

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HLTH 041 Phlebotomy 2 ASCP • 2.5 Cr.

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HLTH 145 Wellness for Healthcare • 3 Cr.

Covers the social, emotional and physical components of wellness with a focus on personal assessment and tools to design a wellness plan for life. Students explore methods for promoting health in the healthcare setting.

HLTH 220 Wellness for Educators • 3 Cr.

Covers the social, emotional and physical components of wellness with a focus on personal assessment and tools to design a wellness plan for life. Students explore methods for promoting health in the elementary and preschool classroom.

HLTH 222 Drugs & Society • V1-5 Cr.

Covers the nature of steroids, pain relievers, alcohol and other psychoactive drugs. Includes ingestion, absorption, action and interaction, and metabolism. Students discuss physiological and psychoactive drugs on the individual and the consequences of use and abuse.

HLTH 224 Wellness Coaching • 2 Cr.

Provides an overview of effective wellness coaching techniques that promote long-term healthy lifestyle choices for both individual clients and groups.

HLTH 250 Wellness • 5 Cr.

Approaches wellness from a holistic health perspective. Students learn to become informed consumers. Discussion topics include emotional and physical health and well-being, marriage and family, communicable and degenerative diseases, and drugs.

HLTH 260 Wilderness First Aid Basics • 4 Cr.

Prepares students to respond to emergencies that may occur during back country fitness activities. Students take exams for both the Standard Red Cross First Aid Certificate and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Certificate.

HLTH 262 Person Fit Trainer First Aid & Athletic Training • 5 Cr.

Expands on knowledge and skills gained through Adult CPR, AED and First Aid certification. Covers care, management, and prevention of injuries and illnesses common in fitness and athletic arenas. Practice and demonstration of training skills include injuries to muscles, joints, bones, spine and head. Meets requirements for Personal Fitness Trainer certificate.

HLTH 290 Introduction to Sports Nutrition • V1-3 Cr.

An introduction to the energy systems used during physical activity. Specialized attention to the body's ability to perform under aerobic and anaerobic conditions. Identification of energy, macronutrient, fluid and electrolyte needs during activity. Food sources and Sport specific case studies will be discussed. Personal application of material will be emphasized in class. Recommended: High School Algebra.

HLTH 292 First Aid & CPR Taking Action • 4 Cr.

Helps prepare students for both a Standard Red Cross First Aid Certificate and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Certificate. Lecture/lab format.

HLTH 294 Special Topics in Health • V1-5 Cr.

Students explore specific issues in personal health, with emphasis on practical application of theory. Topics are announced in the class schedule.

HLTH 295 Special Topics in Health • V1-5 Cr.

Students explore specific issues in personal health, with emphasis on practical application of theory. Topics are announced in the class schedule.

HLTH 296 Special Topics in Health • V1-5 Cr.

Students explore specific issues in personal health, with emphasis on practical application of theory. Topics are announced in the class schedule.

HLTH 297 Special Topics in Health • V1-5 Cr.

Students explore specific issues in personal health, with emphasis on practical application of theory. Topics are announced in the class schedule.