If you want to help children, teens, adults, families, and the elderly prevent disease and enjoy healthy lifestyles, earning a minor in health education teaching at Marian University is a great choice.
People of all ages and backgrounds, including children and teens, are increasingly interested in human health. The demand for accurate, timely information about personal health and wellness continues to grow. As a result, knowledgeable professionals who can teach others and share meaningful health information are needed.
As a student minoring in health education teaching at Marian, you will study the human body, nutrition, current topics in health and wellness, and first aid, among other things.
As a health education teaching minor at Marian University, you will complete 25 credits of coursework, including:
Among the topics and subjects you'll study are:
Most students who earn this minor seek careers as health education teachers, program directors, or coaches in K-12 settings.
Other career options, however, could include:
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