Department Undergraduate Advising

Department Advising for the Health Education major, Minor in Health Education, and Minor in Women's Health Issues

Undergraduate Advising Appointments:

For Holistic Health Studies advising, please see a Holistic Health Faculty advisor and visit the Holistic Health Learning Center.

Have questions or need advising about General Education requirements? Visit SF State Undergraduate Advising.

Undergraduate Advising is also available by email:

To better address student needs, please include the following in your email inquiry:

  • Subject Line: Please indicate if it is HED Major Advising or HED Minor Advising
  • Name
  • Provide context: Where are you in the major/minor roadmap? Where are you in the semester sequence? Are you inquiring about applying into the major?
  • Indicate specific questions around advising
  • Provide a range of availability for scheduling

Please note: Advisors and faculty do not hold regular office hours during the Winter and Summer sessions. Advising appointments are not available during the Fall Recess, Spring Recess, or during Finals week. In person advising is not available during the Winter or Summer sessions. Email Undergraduate Advising during all other times. Advising is not available over the phone.

Thinking about changing your major to Health Education? Please visit our Undergraduate Impaction Page for details about the process to apply to the Health Education major.


Below are helpful information to guide students through the Health Education major, Minor in Health Education, and Minor in Women's Health Issues. Review this information before scheduling an advising appointment or emailing advising.

Want to become a Health Education major student? Visit our Impaction page for more information about applying to the Bachelor of Science in Health Education program. 

Road Map for students declared Health Education major Fall 2014 and after.

Minor in Health Education requirements and Minor in Women's Health Issues requirements.

List of H ED classes open to all students regardless of major.


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