|Undergraduate Course Details|
This course aids students in determining the sources of valid and reliable health information, providers of services, product and service options, and consumer rights. Additionally the course prepares prospective health professionals with the skills necessary to effectively communicate this information to others. Health literacy and personal and professional ethics and advocacy are central to the course. Three lecture hours per week. Open to all. Required of Health Education Concentration students. Meets the Personal Growth and Responsibility category.