2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog (Updated Spring 2019) 
    
    Dec 05, 2021  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog (Updated Spring 2019) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Exercise Science - Clinical Concentration, B.S.


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Career Opportunities

The Clinical Concentration prepares graduates seeking careers or graduate study in medically related professions such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, chiropractic, cardiac rehabilitation, sports medicine and physician assistant.

Departmental Requirements

Students must complete a minimum of 120 credit hours of University courses. Included in the 120 hours are a minimum of 42 credit hours of General Education Requirements; 31 credit hours of support courses and 47 credit hours of major courses.

Required Courses


General Education Requirements


All students are expected to complete a common body of academic course work. The General Education Requirements are designed to promote the development of a comprehensive educational base which will effectively support a student’s choice of a major concentration. MATH 101  does not meet the General Education Requirement and does not apply toward graduation requirements.

Curriculum Area I - Arts and Humanities: Credits 9


Select two courses from any of the courses within Disciplines A - D, and ENGL 203 from Discipline E:

Curriculum Area II - Social and Behavioral Sciences: Credits 6


Select two courses from any of the courses within Social and Behavioral Sciences:

Discipline A: Social Sciences

Discipline B: Behavioral Sciences

Curriculum Area III - Biological and Physical Sciences: Credits 8


Curriculum Area IV - Mathematics: Credits 3


If a student needs MATH 101 2, he/she must take before MATH 109 ; If a student needs MATH 109 2, he/she must take before MATH 110 .

Curriculum Area V - English Composition: Credits 9


Total Required for General Education: Credits 42


1Students must pass ENGL 101  and ENGL 102  with grade of “C” or above before taking ENGL 203 .
2MATH 101  or MATH 109  does not satisfy the General Education Requirement or count towards graduation. Student must attain a grade of “C” or better to pass MATH 101 .

3Honors students should take honors courses.

Curriculum Guide for Exercise Science - Clinical


 

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