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2023-2024 Academic Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Academic Catalog

Health and Human Performance w/Exercise Science Concentration


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Complete all institutional graduation requirements.

Health and Human Performance w/Exercise Science Concentration requires a minimum of 64 credits to complete the major. A grade of “C-” or better is required for each course counting towards the major and a cumulative GPA of 2.00 is required for completion of the major. S/U courses may not be elected for program requirements. 

  • Students must show competency (certification) in First Aid and CPR

Available both on-campus and online. For the BIOL 231-233 series; on-campus students take BIOL 231/231L, 232/232L & 233/233L, online students take BIOL 231, 232 & 233 (not the BIOL 231L, 232L or 233L labs) as the lab is embedded into the online 231-233 courses.

Program recommended general education courses;

SSC: PSY 201, 202; SOC 204; ANTH 201
SMI: BIO 211, 212, 213; CHEM 204, 205, 206; PHYS 201, 202, 203
GTW: WR 121, LIB 127

*Transfer students with 90 credits or more satisfy the requirement for HHP 131 Professional Careers and Foundations in HHP

Exercise Science Required Courses: 44 credits


Statistics Requirement


Choose one of the following 5 credit statistics options

Kinesiology Requirement


Complete the following 11 credits

Exercise Physiology Bundle


Complete the following 15 credits

Neurophysiology Bundle


Complete the following 10 credits

Elective


Select one of the following 3 credit courses

Total credits required for major: 64


Last EPCC update - Jan 2022

October 2022 EPCC - CH 325 was changed to EXS 325, UWR was removed from EXS 323 and added to HHP 312

Previous EPCC Checksheet (March 2020 update) this checksheet is for summer 2020-spring 2022

Previous EPCC Checksheet (March 2019 update) this checksheet is for summer 2019-spring 2020

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