The mission of the Department of Health Sciences and Physical Education's health programs is to develop students’ capacity to attain career success in the health professions and to act as leaders in a dynamic, multicultural world through educational experiences and a learning environment that is reflective, collaborative, and transformative.
The B.A. in Secondary Education - Health prepares students for health education teaching positions in secondary school settings (grades 6-12). Health education teachers significantly contribute to the health and well-being of school-aged children both in the classroom and as school health leaders.
For more information about the program, download the Student Handbook.
A Northeastern Illinois University B.A in Secondary Education - Health prepares students to:
assess population and school health needs and assets
plan health education interventions for diverse populations
implement and manage health education interventions in diverse settings
conduct evaluation and research related to health education programming
serve as a health resource person for students, school staff, and the community
Employers know our graduates demonstrate the skills and dispositions of competent, ethical, collaborative, compassionate health professionals who seek to make significant differences in the well-being of others.
Academic Catalog Information
Take a closer look at the Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education - Health and the courses offered toward the degree.
Department and Contact Information
If you are interested in the program or have questions, please contact Health Sciences and Physical Education (HSPE) at (773) 442-5560.
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