Continues the study of the Spanish language and Hispanic cultures, with emphasis on the development of the basic communicative skills (speaking, listening, reading, writing) and grammatical structures. Requires active participation in instructor-coordinated multimedia and online activities as a mandatory component. (Offered every semester). (Credit/NoCredit Available)
Kinesiology majors will examine their personal and professional identities in areas of civic engagement, social justice and multicultural communities. Serving a marginalized population, students will select a site and through readings, experiences, discussions and reflections, and a minimum of 30 hours of service develop an understanding of health disparities, the context that surrounds them, and actions that professionals and institutions can foster both equity and inequity in communities.
Focuses on the scientific and practical knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to design an individualized exercise prescription for those confronted with disease and special needs. (Offered as needed).
This course will cover health and well being topics focusing on the health effects of stress, stress management skills, applied nutrition and core concepts in exercise and weight management. In addition to these core topics, the course will address the six dimensions of wellness: physical, emotional, intellectual, social, environmental and spiritual.
This course examines the key social and ideological influences that shaped the dominant concerns of Victorian Britain. Among these concerns are the roles of men and women, industrialization, class struggle, sexuality, racial difference, poverty and disease, education, and social change. Drawing on a wide range of textual evidence, the course provides opportunities to explore and apply methods of socio-cultural historical research and offers built-in assessment in HCOM MLO 7.