Oct 26, 2020  
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

HERS - Health Promotion: School Health (HPST) - BT Major


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Note: All Winona State University teacher education programs are continuously updated to reflect new licensure requirements from the Minnesota Board of Teaching. Please contact your program advisor and refer to the Teacher Education Addendum for the latest information about program requirements whether you are (1) applying to a teacher education program, or (2) currently enrolled in a teacher education program.

BT Major - Health Promotion


85-89 S.H.

Upon completion of Health Promotion: School Health, students have the skills and experience necessary to obtain a Minnesota teaching licensure. Students are required to meet the prescribed scores on the Minnesota Teacher Licensure Examination (MTLE) basic skills, content, and pedagogy tests. Students who complete this degree and pass the MTLE tests are qualified to apply for licensure and teach in the Minnesota public school systems grades 5-12.

The HERS Department encourages its health promotion majors to become members of its academic club, Health Organization for Promotion and Education (HOPE).

Students majoring in Health Promotion: School Health must complete all requirements of the HERS Department, the Education Department, and all the requirements for graduation specified in the academic policies section in the academic policies section of this catalog. Teaching majors must successfully complete all the courses in the Professional Education Sequence in addition to the school health content area. For admission into the Professional Education Sequence, students majoring in health promotion-school health must refer to Teacher Education Licensure Programs section of this catalog.

Required Courses (44 S.H.)


Electives (6 S.H.)


Professional Education Sequence


Please contact your program advisor and refer to the Teacher Education website for the latest information about program requirements whether you are (1) applying to a teacher education program, (2) currently enrolled in a teacher education program, or (3) expecting to graduate with a teacher education degree.

These courses require formal admission to the teacher education program. (See the  “Admission to the WSU Teacher Education Program. ” section of this catalog.)

Note:


  • EFRT 401 and 461 must be taken concurrently
  • EFRT 421 and 441 must be taken concurrently
  • EFRT 459 and 462 must be taken concurrently

Note:


◎ = Oral Intensive

◆ = Math/Critical Analysis Intensive

△ = Writing Intensive

✽ = Physical Development and Wellness Graduation Requirement

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