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Exercise Science Emphasis

Supporting Courses30-36
Principles of Biology: Cellular and Molecular Processes
   and Principles of Biology Lab: Cellular and Molecular Processes
Principles of Chemistry I
   and Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory
Principles of Chemistry II
   and Principles of Chemistry II Laboratory
Expository Writing 1
First Aid and Emergency Care Procedures 2
Anatomy and Physiology
Laboratory Safety
Prevention and Treatment of Athletic Injuries
Introductory Statistics
Choose one of the following 3 options:
Fundamentals of Public Address (Or Oral Communication)
Introduction to Literature (Or any English Literature course)
One year of any college-level foreign language
Upper-Level Courses30
Principles of Sports Physiology
Exercise Physiology
   and Human Physiology Lab - Exercise and Metabolism
Human Nutrition
Choose one of the following courses:
Cell Biology
Human Genetics
Laboratory Electives (choose 1 course from the following courses): 3
Principles of Microbiology
Genetics Laboratory
Cell Biology Laboratory
Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates
Molecular Biology Laboratory
Developmental Biology Laboratory
Human Anatomy Laboratory
Human Physiology Laboratory
Immunology Lab
Cancer Biology Laboratory
Additional Upper-Level Electives
Principles of Microbiology
Genetics Laboratory
Cell Biology
Cell Biology Laboratory
Evolutionary Biology
Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates
Comparative Physiology
Introductory Management
Bio-Organic Chemistry
Bio-Organic Chemistry Laboratory
Human Genetics
The Biology of Women
Human Anatomy Laboratory
Human Physiology
Human Physiology Laboratory
Biotechnology and Ethics
Immunology Lab
Cancer Biology
Cancer Biology Laboratory
Research in Human Biology
Independent Study
Ethnic Influences on Nutrition
Nutritional Biochemistry
Life Cycle Nutrition
Advanced Nutrition and Metabolism
(Only) 2 courses in Psychology may be used for upper-level electives.
Research Methods in Psychology
Physiological Psychology
Abnormal Psychology
Health Psychology
Total Credits60-66

Satisfied with an ACT English score of 32 or higher.


Students may earn credit for this requirement with current First Aid and CPR certification; see faculty adviser for approval.


Select upper-level courses with assistance of a faculty adviser. A maximum of two PSYCH courses can be applied to the major. Minimum of three upper-level laboratory courses.