The minor in Integrative Health and Wellness requires the completion of 18 credit hours distributed as below. All courses must be taken and passed on an A-F basis unless only offered on P/F basis.
|Required Minor Courses|
|PHS 1514||Personal Health||3|
|HNFE 2334||Introduction to Integrative Health||3|
|HD 2014||Integrative Practices for Health, Wellbeing, and Resilience 1||3|
|Select 9 credits minimum of the following; 6 of these credits must be 3000 or 4000 level:||9|
|Issues in Health Communication|
|Functional Foods for Health|
|Human Sexuality 1|
|Health and Illness in African History|
|History of Disease, Medicine, and Health 1|
|Food and Nutritional Toxicology|
|Alternative and Complementary Nutrition Therapies|
|Plants and Greenspaces in Urban Communities 1|
|Medicinal Plants and Herbs|
|Psychology of Personality|
|Human Behaviors and Natural Environments 1|
|Judaism, Christianity, and Islam 1|
|Religion and Culture In Asia 1|
|Religion and Culture in India 1|
|Sociology of Mental Illness|
|Religion and Science 1|
|Medical Dilemmas and Human Experience 1|
XXXX 4964, 4974, or 4994
Field Study, Independent study or Undergraduate study 2
May be included in the minor up to 3 credit hours (1 credit hour = 45 hours of work) when the topic is relevant to the Integrative Health and Wellness, as approved in advance by the minor coordinator and the course instructor, and/or the designated Department undergraduate coordinator.
Seats in elective courses are not guaranteed.
A minimum GPA of 2.0 in all courses taken to fulfill the minor is required. A faculty advisor in the Office of Academic Programs will serve as a counterpart to the student’s major advisor. Students choosing the minor in Integrative Health and Wellness will register with the Office of Academic Programs in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 1060 Litton-Reaves Hall. This will enable the college to provide any pertinent assistance, materials and information to the student. Some courses listed on this checksheet have prerequisites, please consult the University Course Catalog, or check with your advisor.