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Health Education (HEED)

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The Health Education Program at Folsom Lake College has been developed with two goals in mind. The first is to identify the health education needs of local businesses, organizations, and individuals in the community. The second is to develop the innovative and informative courses that are necessary to meet the diverse Health Education needs of the community.

Health Science (HEED 300) fulfills a portion of the General Education graduation requirement for Living Skills and is transferable to all four-year colleges and universities. Students who successfully complete HEED 322 will earn American Red Cross certificates in areas such as Standard First Aid, or adult, child, and infant CPR. HEED 351 was developed to give the student the tools needed to develop personal wellness programs that will help address any physical or psychological health concerns individuals may have.

The Health Education program at Folsom Lake College is a diverse and constantly evolving program, designed to keep pace with an equally diverse and growing community.

Updated 11/20/13

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