|Description of Major|
This minor is for students looking to enhance their career objectives and goals who may be considering work in the allied health, wellness or fitness world. A minor increases a student's knowledge base, enhances qualifications, provides for a greater competitive edge in the job market and builds individual credibility.
This minor is a good complement to a number of other disciplines such as business, marketing, communications and psychology. Students interested in pursuing careers in fields such as sports broadcasting, sports marketing, and advertising and promotions may also be interested in this minor.
PHED 213 - Human Anatomy + Lab (4 credits)
PHED 214 - Human Physiology + Lab (4 credits)
PHED 326 - Kinesiology (4 credits)
PHED 332 - Exercise Physiology (4 credits)
Select one of the following:
PHED 426 Biomechanics (4 credits)
PHED 432 Advanced Exercise Physiology (4 credits)
The following prerequisites must be observed:
PHED 213 is a prerequisite for PHED 326
PHED 214 is a prerequisite for PHED 332
PHEd 326 is a prerequisite for PHED 426
PHED 332 is a prerequisite for PHED 432
Please note: Health Promotion majors may not earn an Exercise Science Minor.
Department of Health and Human Performance
Lisa Keiser, Office Coordinator
Dr. Peter Parilla, Faculty/Interim Department Chair
For questions regarding the Exercise Science major, contact:
Dr. Lesley Scibora, Faculty
For questions regarding Community Health and Health Promotion, contact:
Dr. Jolynn Gardner, Faculty
Dr. Timothy Mead, Faculty