Courses > HLH200 - Health Education

Last Updated 11/21/2014 1:20 AM
The study of lifelong human health that explores the relationships
between the psychological, sociological, biological, legal, and moral/
ethical dimensions leading to optimal health and wellness. Topics include
nutrition, physical fitness, substance abuse, reproductive health,
infectious and non-infectious diseases; aging, dying and death; injury
prevention; environmental, and consumer health.

Units  3 unit
Hours  3 hours lecture 
Length  17 weeks
Graded  Credit course taken for grade or for credit/no credit
Classification  Occupational education courses
Version  02


Scheduled Sections

Semester Section Seats* Instructor Begins Ends Location







Fall 2008 0381 17/5 INDERMILL C Aug 18 Dec 17 Ukiah
Fall 2008 0382 0/3 INDERMILL C Aug 19 Dec 18 Ukiah
Fall 2008 0383 11/5 HICKS G Aug 22 Dec 12 Ukiah
Fall 2008 0384 3/0 MARI M Aug 18 Dec 18 Online
Fall 2008 0385 7/0 HICKS G Aug 18 Dec 18 Online
Fall 2008 0386 33/5 HICKS G Aug 20 Dec 17 Ukiah
Fall 2008 1140 6/4 HICKS G Sep 03 Dec 10 Lakeport
Spring 2009 5225 1/0 HICKS G Jan 21 May 20 Lakeport
Spring 2009 5226 5/0 HICKS G Jan 21 May 20 Lakeport
Spring 2009 4415 6/5 INDERMILL C Jan 20 May 21 Ukiah
Spring 2009 4416 9/5 INDERMILL C Jan 20 May 21 Ukiah
Spring 2009 4417 9/5 HICKS G Jan 23 May 22 Ukiah
Spring 2009 4418 3/0 HICKS G Jan 20 May 22 Online
Spring 2009 4419 5/0 MARI M Jan 20 May 22 Online
Summer 2008 8149 13/0 MARI M Jun 23 Jul 31 Online
Summer 2008 8150 9/0 MARI M Jun 23 Jul 31 Online

* Seats - Open/Wait
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