Health & Kinesiology (HEKI)
HEKI 2000 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY (1 credit)
This course provides students the foundation for understanding medical language and terminology used in health-related careers. Students will gain an understanding of the basic elements used to build and analyze medical terms used to describe the human body. Utilizing the body systems approach, students will learn correct pronunciation, definitions, and spelling used to describe the human body, pathological processes, procedures,as well as conditions and diseases that affect it.
HEKI 2400 HEALTH ED. & PHYSICAL ED. FOR THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER (3 credits)
This course is designed to aid the classroom teacher in developing and implementing health education and physical education programs in the elementary school curriculum.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): TED 2300
HEKI 3090 APPLIED NUTRITION (3 credits)
The purpose of this course is to provide candidates with information from which to make informed decisions about their own personal nutrition and to apply nutritional concepts to the design of interventions in health, exercise science, physical education, and athletic training.