Exercise Science - Applied, Health and Human Performance B.S.

Bachelor of Science - Health & Human Performance; Exercise Science - Applied Concentration

College of Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences

Degree Specific Credits: 91-94

Required Cumulative GPA: 2.0

Catalog Year: 2019-2020

General Education Requirements

Information regarding these requirements can be found in the General Education Section of the catalog.

Summary

Course List

Code

Title

Hours

Lower-Division Departmental Required Courses

12

Outside Major Lower-Division Required Courses

31-34

Upper-Division Departmental Required Courses

22

Outside Major Upper-Division Required Courses

8

Elective Courses

18

Total Hours

91-94


Lower-Division Departmental Required Courses

Note: Students should take ECP 120 within two years of graduation in order to ensure current certification. Students may substitute outside Emergency Medical Responder Certification for these courses.

Course List

Code

Title

Hours

Complete all of the following courses:

3

ECP 120

Emergency Medical Responder Lecture

3

KIN 201

Basic Exercise Prescription

3

KIN 205

Foundations of HHP

3

NUTR 221N

Basic Human Nutrition

3

Total Hours

12

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Outside Major Lower-Division Required Courses

Note: Students interested in Medical School should pay special attention to those additional requirements. Please meet with the Medical School Adviser in the HHP Department if you intend to also major in Pre-Medical studies.

Course List

Code

Title

Hours

Complete one of the following courses:

3

Human Form And Function I

Human Form And Function II

Principles Of Living Systems

Complete all of the following courses:

CHMY 121N

Introduction to General Chemistry
OR CHMY 141 OR CHMY 143

4

CHMY 123

Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry
OR CHMY 221 OR CHMY 223

4

CHMY 124

Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry Lab
OR CHMY 222 or CHMY

224

2

COMX 111A

Introduction to Public Speaking

3

PHSX 205N

College Physics I

4

PHSX 206N

College Physics I Laboratory

1

PSYX 100S

Intro to Psychology

3

Complete one of the following:

4-6

M 151

Precalculus

M 121
& M 122

College Algebra
and College Trigonometry

Complete one of the following:

3-4

STAT 216

Introduction to Statistics

PSYX 222

Psychological Statistics (must be pre-approved by advisor)

SOCI 202

Social Statistics (must be pre-approved by advisor)

EDU 421

Statistical Procedures in Educ (must be pre-approved by advisor)

Total Hours

31-34

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Upper-Division Departmental Required Courses

Course List

Code

Title

Hours

Complete all of the following courses:

HTH 475E

Legal and Ethical Issues Health and Exercise Professions

3

KIN 320

Exercise Physiology

3

KIN 321

Exercise Physiology Lab

1

KIN 330

Motor Learning and Control

3

KIN 425

Biomechanics

3

KIN 447

Analytical & Communicative Techniques

3

KIN 498

Internship

3

NUTR 411

Nutrition For Sports & Exercise

3

Total Hours

22

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Outside Major Upper-Division Required Courses

Note: It is strongly recommended that students take either BIOH 112 OR BIOH 113 OR BIOB 160N prior to taking Anatomy and Physiology.

Course List

Code

Title

Hours

Complete one of the following Anatomy and Physiology Sequences:

8

University of Montana - Mountain Campus

BIOH 365
& BIOH 366

Human Anatomy and Physiology for Health Professions I
and Human Anatomy and Physiology for Health Professions I Laboratory

BIOH 370
& BIOH 371

Human Anatomy and Physiology for Health Professions II
and Human Anatomy and Physiology for Health Professions II Laboratory

Missoula College

BIOH 201N
& BIOH 211N

Human Anat Phys I (equiv 301)
and Human Anat Phys II (equiv 311)

Total Hours

8

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Elective Courses

Course List

Code

Title

Hours

Complete the following elective credits:

18

Electives require adviser consent. Students should take an appropriate number of Upper Division Electives to achieve 39 Upper Division Credits, per UM

graduation requirements. You should use your elective courses to meet the additional prerequisite course requirements of graduate programs you are interested in attending.

Minimum Required Grade: C-