DEGREE WORKSHEET FOR BS In Sport And Exercise Science

DEGREE WORKSHEET FOR BS In Sport And Exercise Science

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DEGREE WORKSHEET FOR:
BS in Sport and Exercise Science: Exercise Science Emphasis
2016-2017 Catalog
Degree Requirements - 120 credits
YEAR 1- FALL (15 credits)
YEAR 1- SPRING (16 credits)
ENG 122 College Composition (LAC Area 1a)
3 credits
Liberal Arts Core/Electives
16 credits
Liberal Arts Core/Electives
12 credits
- incl. BIO 110 & CHEM 112 for pre-PT1
- incl. CHEM 281 (or CHEM 111 for pre-PT1) – LAC 6
- incl. PSY coursework for pre-PT1
YEAR 2- FALL (16 credits)
YEAR 2-SPRING (16 credits)
SES 220 Anatomical Kinesiology (LAC 6)
4 credits
SES 322 Exercise Physiology I
3 credits
Liberal Arts Core/Electives
12 credits
BIO 245 Intro to Anat & Phys (or BIO 350 for pre-PT1)
4 credits
- incl. BIO 341 & STAT 150 for pre-PT1
Liberal Arts Core/Electives
9 credits
YEAR 3- FALL (15 credits)
YEAR 3- SPRING (15 credits)
SES 331 Biomechanics
3 credits
SES 323 Motor Learning
3 credits
SES 300 or 405 or 410 or 4803
3 credits
SES 324 Exercise Phys. II
3 credits
SES 280 Prev/Care of Sports Injuries
3 credits
Liberal Arts Core/Electives (incl. PHYS 221 for pre-PT1)
9 credits
Liberal Arts Core/Electives (incl. PHYS 220 for pre-PT1)
6 credits
YEAR 4- FALL (15 credits)
YEAR 4- SPRING (12 credits)
SES 436 Social Influences (or SES 333)
3 credits
SES 492 Internship2
12 credits
SES 490 Exercise Assessment & Program
3 credits
SES 492 Internship (pre-PT1 option)
6 credits
SES 300 or 405 or 410 or 4803
3 credits
Liberal Arts Core/Electives
6 credits
Admission Requirement – No separate admission requirement.
Minor – No Minor Required.
Notes – see page 2.
Contact Information – School of Sport and Exercise Science
Gunter 2590, 970-351-2535
School Web Page: http://www.unco.edu/nhs/ses/
This worksheet is a recommended schedule to complete your bachelor’s
degree in 4 years. Every UNC student must meet the following
requirements in order to graduate with a bachelor’s degree: earn a
minimum of 120 semester credit hours; possess a minimum of a 2.00
cumulative grade point average; have at least 40 credit hours in
courses designated as Liberal Arts Core; meet all degree requirements
in the student’s major field of study. Each major and/or emphasis may
have additional requirements necessary for graduation. Students must
consult with their major advisor to receive information on any
additional graduation requirements.
BS Sport and Exercise Science – Exercise Science Emphasis (cont.)
Notes
1.
1CHEM 111, CHEM 112, BIO 341, and BIO 350 should be taken for
health-related, post- baccalaureate professional schools (e.g.,
physical therapy, physician assistant, medical schools). For
physical therapy school, additional pre-requisite courses are
required and must be identified with your assigned advisor. In
addition, a 6-credit internship is available for pre-PT students
who complete BIO 341, BIO 350, PHYS 220, and PHYS 221.
2.
2SES 492 may be taken in two 6 credit semester blocks.
3.
3Students must choose two (2) of the courses listed in this area
(SES 300, SES 405, SES 410, SES 480).
4.
A grade of “C” or higher is required in all SES prefix courses;
the course must be retaken until a “C” or higher is achieved, C
minus is not acceptable.
5.
Prior to registering for SES 492, students must complete SES
prefix courses with a GPA of 2.7; have current CPR certification;
and have consent of the Internship Director.
6.
Graduation check should be completed after 90 credit hours have
been completed.
The Exercise Science program is designed to provide students quality
academic and professional preparation in the scientific study of human
movement. The program offers a sound theoretical foundation and
practical applications. Graduates will be prepared to work in one or
more of the following areas: cardiac rehabilitation, gerontological
fitness, fitness and exercise program management, conditioning of
athletes, biomechanics, ergonomics, sport and exercise leadership, and
/or stress management. Students preparing for physical therapy school
or health related professional school should consult with a faculty
advisor. The Exercise Science program is a National Strength and
Conditioning Association education recognition program.
Sport and Exercise Science – Exercise Science 16-17
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