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Exercise Science Required Courses

This Emphasis area is only available to students in the program before Fall 2009.  If you are a student who is transferring to the major in Fall 2009 or after please click here.

 

 

All Exercise Science majors must successfully complete the following courses :

Individual students - see your advisor for confirmation on courses; some have had a change in number and/or title in the past few years.

Suggested 4-year plans for Exercise Science majors:

Exercise Science (no minor)

Exercise Science (Strength & Conditioning Minor)

Exercise Science (Wellness Promotion Minor)

Exercise Science (Healthcare Science Emphasis)

 

  • Active Lifestyle (77-105)
  • General Psychology (86-101)
  • Introductory Sociology (92-101)
  • Biological Concepts (26-105)
  • Human Anatomy (26-211)
  • Human Physiology (26-212)
  • Consumer Health (55-310)
  • Adapted Physical Education (77-373)

  • Introduction to Exercise Science (55-250)
  • Biomechanics (77-348)
  • Exercise Physiology (77-350)
  • Clinical Nutrition & Weight Management (77-351)
  • Fitness Assessment Techniques (77-352)
  • Research Techniques (77-368)
  • Principles of Strength Training & Conditioning (77-370)
  • Lifespan Motor Development (77-375)
  • Leadership in Adult Fitness (77-405)
  • Clinical in Adult Fitness (77-407)
  • Behavior Modification & Program Planning (55-441)
  • Internship (77-444)
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by Beisenstein-Weiss, Kelly L. last modified Feb 11, 2010 02:24 PM