HBSS 4001: Health provider communications
Emphasizes and reviews the importance of effective communications and health literacy in promoting health of diverse communities. Effective communication strategies and approaches that foster self-management and health status are covered.
HBSS 4115: Health promotion for aging adults
Changes in aspects of health during the middle and later years; recent developments in the field of gerontology as well as legislation and community organization designed to meet health needs of aging persons.
HBSS 5111: Planning health education programs
Process of developing social, epidemiological, behavioral, and educational diagnoses; principles of planning, implementing, and evaluating health education interventions.
HBSS 5112: Social marketing and health communications
Principles and theories of marketing and communication applied to health education. Practice in developing and evaluating health communications.
HBSE 6001: Research in special education
Permission required. Prerequisites: HUDM 4122 and HUDM 4123. Instruction in the development, conduct, and reporting of research. Student research studies. All doctoral students in Special Education in Health and Behavior Studies must take all courses in this sequence which are as follows: HBSE 6001(2) - Research and experimental design, HBSE 6003(2) Qualitative approaches, and HBSE 6005(2) Single case experimental designs. Special fee: $30 per course.