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Health is designed to study and explore various topics associated with the health and welfare of the students and others around them. The course introduces and discusses positive and negative aspects of hygiene, stress, fitness, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, nutrition, disease and first aid through lecture and class discussion.


  • Personal Health and Wellness
  • Fitness/Cardiovascular Activities
  • Health Education Courses
  • Disease (mental and physical)
  • Relationships
  • Alcohol and Drugs
  • CPR and First Aid

Through this curriculum, students will be able to:

  • Articulate their individual health and wellness
  • Recognize the potential for improving one’s health and wellness
  • Describe the role of wellness in their own lives and be able to develop an individual plan toward improving their health
  • Demonstrate knowledge of negative influences that exist and could impact their health
  • Recognize how health and wellness impact others
Raymond Moland

Raymond Moland

Department Chair

708-948-0309 ext. 309