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(on demand) Advanced work in the theatre arts that consists of selecting, analyzing, and designing a full-length play for production (or a project of comparable magnitude to be chosen in consultation with the instructor). Open to Theatre Majors only.

Hours
3

(on demand) Continuation of THTR 461: will consist of mounting the production of the full-length play (selected, analyzed, and designed in THTR 461) as part of the Union College Theatre season (or completion of alternative project). Prerequisites: Successful completion of THTR 375/376, THTR 461, and approval of Portfolio.

Prerequisites: THTR375 and THTR376 and THTR461
Hours
6

(F,S) Actual practical experience in preparing productions for Union College Theatre. Students must take the practicum levels in numerical sequence; each level is for one credit hour.-0987654321`

Hours
1

(on demand) Independent study or research on approved topics.

Hours
3

(F, S) Designed to aid the student in developing an understanding of the basic principles of accident prevention as applicable to the home, the highway and the school. First aid measures for various injuries and illnesses are discussed and practiced.

Hours
3

(F, S, Sum) The study of health related factors enabling intelligent decisions as they relate to the physical, mental, and social health of self, family, and community at presentation and for the future.

Hours
3

(F) Basic needs for mental and emotional health. Emphasis on curriculum content and teaching aspects of mental health, and a more thorough understanding by the prospective teacher of mental health issues including stress and lifestyle, gender differences, life/death decisions, suicide and child abuse. (Even Years Only).

Hours
3

(S) The effect of drug use and abuse on the individual and society. Strategies for making intelligent decisions regarding drugs will be discussed. Drugs and the sporting society will also be included. (Odd Years Only).

Hours
3

(S) This course involves a study of the history, foundational disciplines, and principles that led to the establishment of health education. The role of health education in the present health care system is also studied. This course involves a study of the history, foundational disciplines, and principles that led to the establishment of health education. The role of health education in the present health care system is also studied.

Hours
3

(F) The experiences, activities, and instruction of elementary, middle, and secondary students that lead to intelligent self-direction of health behavior.

Hours
3

(F) A study of cellular construction, tissues, organs, and systems of the human body. A study of the functions of these organs and systems as it deals with the health and physical education disciplines.

Hours
3

(S) This course involves a study of the leadership qualities and the basic guidelines for administrating a public health program. It includes basic concepts, administrative guidelines, and roles of public health officials, public health laws, and developing a master plan.

Hours
3

(F, Sum) A study of the composition, nutritive value, and utilization of food.

Hours
3

(Sum) Reveals the relationship needed between the school and community to promote the total health of the population. Guest speakers are secured from local, district, state, and regional agencies. Activities include field trips to local health, water and sewage treatment agencies. A wide variety of health related areas are covered including nutrition, physical fitness, drugs, alcohol, human sexuality, childhood diseases, emotional health, services of health departments, etc.

Hours
3

(S) A course focusing on the nutrition needs through the life cycle, energy metabolism, and therapeutic applications of nutrition.

Hours
3

(F) Specific health problems confronting society today with particular reference to secondary age students, young adults, the aged.

Hours
3

(F, Sum) A directed field experience in some phase of health, with consideration given to both the needs and interests of the student. Opportunities will be available for practical experiences in the school situation, official health agencies, and voluntary agencies.

Hours
6

(F,S,Sum) Independent study for advanced students only.

Hours
0

Reveals the relationship needed between the school and community to promote the total health of the population. Guest speakers are secured from local, district, state, and regional agencies. Activities include field trips to local health, water and sewage treatment agencies. A wide variety of health related areas are covered including nutrition, physical fitness, drugs, alcohol, human sexuality, childhood diseases, emotional health, services of health departments, etc.

Hours
3

A course enabling students to research the literature in the area of health, not only to increase basic knowledge but to become aware of current trends and issues. Completion of a computer search with appropriate bibliographical citation (APA) for an assigned health topic. Development of a list of health journals appropriate for the student's grade level of teaching.

Hours
3

Specific health problems confronting society today, with particular reference to secondary-age students.

Hours
3

Accident problems in the home, in the school, at work, and on the highways are discussed with the purpose of being able to influence those who teach by preparing them in the various areas of safety. Groups specialized in a variety of safety areas, such as National Safety Council, American Red Cross, State Fire Marshal's Office, Consumer Product Advocate, Homeland Security, Department of Fish and Wildlife, and Kentucky State Police will be utilized.

Hours
3

Independent study in the field of health. May include practical field experience. Students failing to enroll for a period longer than two years will fall under the catalogue in effect when they return to full-time status. Students may appeal to the Vice President for Academic Affairs for exceptions to this policy.

Hours
3

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