Health Science Major, CONSUMER HEALTH CONCENTRATION

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The 30-credit Consumer Health Concentration within the Department of Public Health and Health Education is an approved academic major for students seeking Childhood Inclusive Educations certification. The Consumer Health Concentration may also complement a related second major, such as Psychology, Recreation and Leisure Studies, or Women and Gender Studies.

Recommended Courses in the Freshman Year

First Semester Second Semester
  • General  Education courses
  • Cognate courses if Childhood cert.
  • General  Education courses

  • Cognate courses if Childhood cert.

 

Recommended Courses in the Sophomore Year

First Semester Second Semester
  • General Education courses
  • Cognate courses if Childhood cert 
  • PBH 488 Applied Biostatistics and Epidemiology*
  • PBH 302 Foundations of Health Education*
  • General Education courses
  • Cognate courses if Childhood cert 
  • PBH 317 Intro to Public Health*

* (This course may be taken in either the first or second semester.)


Further Recommendations

Students seeking teacher certification are encouraged to visit the following websites for information regarding New York State Teacher Certification Exams:

For Childhood Inclusive Exams:

www.brockport.edu/academics/education_human_development/childhood_education_program.html

Education faculty will work with the teacher candidates about when to best complete the state exams .

 

Grade Requirement

This major/program requires a grade of “C” or above in each Public Health course. “C-” grades are NOT acceptable and require repeats unless otherwise specified.

Last Updated 5/7/19

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