This course will meet the Health requirement for graduation. The health course will focus on eight major topics of concern today: nutrition, community, personal and environmental health, human anatomy, safety and first aid (including CPR), mental health, drug abuse, and sexuality. Additional topics may be covered at the instructor’s discretion. Each subject is pursued with peer group reflection, when applicable, on the benefits of choosing a healthy lifestyle as well as the hazards of living a non-healthy lifestyle. Students who take the summer course will be required to complete an equivalent of 60 hours of work in order to satisfy the semester requirement. The course will span an eleven-week period from May 27th - August 12th. Students who take the summer online course are required to attend an on-campus orientation on the last day of semester exams, May 26th (time to be determined). A course syllabus will be provided at orientation.
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