Allied Health (AH)
AH 105 First Aid and CPR
Prepares students to give first aid, including CPR, at thesite of injury or sudden illness. Consideration will be given to such situations as falls, fires, explosions,poisonings, electrical accidents, motor vehicle accidents,and other accidents. Emphasis will be placed on safetymeasures to prevent injury as well as to preventcomplications for the injured person.
AH 114 Nutrition (3 credits)
Prerequisite: C or better in ENG 101
Presents basic nutrition concepts and their application inplanning nutritional meals for persons of various agegroups. Consideration is given to physiological, economic, psychological, geographic, and cultural factors of foodacceptance and availability. Special and therapeutic diets and their rationale are studied.
AH 198 Personal Health and Wellness (2 credits)
An introduction to the principles and practices positively affecting individual levels of wellness, hygiene, and physical fitness as related to self-care. Materials will be delivered through a seminar series fromhealth and wellness professionals in the community. A 12 hour physical activity lab is also required.
AH 199/299 Special Topics
Courses ending in –99 are not described in the catalog. They represent courses taught as occasion demands and/oran instructor is available. In such cases, an approvedcourse outline and syllabus are required.