NDSU requires that all students complete a selection of courses as part of their General Education. HNES intends to offer the following listed courses in Spring and Fall semester either on site and/or by distance learning. The distance learning courses are taught through Blackboard with some courses having on-campus, face to face requirements. While a course may be advertised for a particular semester, the number of enrollments in a course will determine if the advertised course is actually offered. It is the responsibility of all students to check if the listed courses will be offered in the semester required.
Students pay an additional course fee for the distance learning courses. The following courses can be taken as fulfilling the General Education requirement:
HNES 100 Concepts of Fitness and Wellness (2 credits)
HNES 111 Wellness (3 credits)
HNES 200 Principles of Nutrition (3 credits)
HNES 217 Personal and Community Health (3 credits)
HNES 250 Nutrition Science (3 credits)
HNES 270 Consumer Issues in Food and Nutrition (3 credits)
Physical Activity Courses*
HNES offers Physical Activity courses designed to enrich the learning opportunities for students while engaged in prescribed and monitored physical activity. Some of the physical activity courses are taught at sites off-campus by external providers while other physical activity courses are taught at sites across campus. Most physical activity courses have an additional fee.
Below is the list of physical activity courses currently offered. Students are encouraged to review course scheduling timetables for the courses below to ensure that the physical activity course they want is offered in the semester that best suits the student's program of study.
HNES 112 Volleyball
HNES 114 Racquetball
HNES 115 Bowling
HNES 116 Billiards
HNES 117 Judo
HNES 123 Yoga
HNES 126 Social Dance
HNES 128 Golf
HNES 130 Rock Climbing
HNES 134 Basketball
HNES 135 Badminton
HNES 139 Dodgeball
HNES 142 Yoga II
*A course can be withdrawn at any time, without notification and for any reason. Number of enrollments in a course determines whether a course will be offered.