V. Health and Wellness
Students, who have completed armed military service basic training (including reservists, have met the
Health and Wellness requirement.
- One course with an activity component (select from Health 111 or PE 101/PE 101 L) or,
- Completion of U.S. armed military services basic training (reserves or enlisted).
- Understand how society benefits from healthy citizens.
- Demonstrate safe and effective physical activities and nutritional strategies and describe informed decisions/choices about other issues that may affect one’s health.
- Articulate the effect of lifestyle on physiological and cognitive functions, and psychological well being, and
- Describe values and behaviors that lead to a healthy lifestyle.
Skill Applied Learning Requirements
- Explicitly demonstrate how the curriculum will develop critical thinking skills.
- Explicitly demonstrate how the curriculum will develop information literacy skills.
- Include a graded writing component, which whenever possible is developmental.
- Must include a physical activity component (disciplines that do not have a Health and Wellness lab may work collaboratively with disciplines that offer a Health and Wellness lab to link a physical activity lab with their proposed course).
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