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(HHS 135) Health in Marriage and Family

This course explores the main topic of how healthy marriages, pregnancies, and childbirths are related to physical, spiritual, intellectual/mental health components. Each of these health components also addresses the relationships of social, environmental, occupational, and emotional health as they relate to the main topic.

Credit Hours 3.0 Lecture
Prerequisites None
Offered Fall, Winter
Programs Health and Human Science (BS), Health and Human Performance Minor

Course Learning Outcomes

At the completion of the course, the student should be able to, in either oral and/or written form:

  • Evaluate spiritual and secular aspects of health (social, environmental, emotional, emotional, physical, spiritual, intellectual/mental) as they relate to interpersonal relationships within marriages and families.
  • Analyze how to best to lead families and communities in healthy marriages and family relationships.
  • Create and advocate for health promotion programs that center around marriage, pregnancy, or family relationships.