Human Performance B.S.

The undergraduate student seeking a degree in Human Performance includes Exercise Physiology and Motor Behavior/Biomechanics.  The graduate should possess the following competencies: (1) knowledge basic and relative to human body function and movement; (2) knowledge of the concepts of exercise science (3) knowledge of concepts of fitness; (4) skill in a variety of physical activities; and (5) an acceptable level of physical fitness.

Core Curriculum Courses
See the Core Curriculum Requirements42
Required courses in the major
Students must have and maintain a 2.5 overall GPA in order to take 300- and 400- level classes in the program.
HHPK 144FOUND OF KINESIOLOGY3
HHPK 172Systems of the Human Body3
HHPS 317Indiv and Group Ex Instruc3
HHPK 211FIRST AID AND SAFETY3
HHPK 213PREV CARE ATHLETIC INJURY3
HHPK 335KINESIOLOGY *4
HHPK 350MOTOR LEARNING & MOTOR CONTROL *3
HHPK 417MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION3
HHPK 450EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY *4
HHPK 451TOPICS IN EXERCISE SCIENCE *4
HHPH 331Nutrition3
Required support courses
CHEM 1305Survey of General Chemistry3
CHEM 1105Experimental Survey of General Chemistry: Laboratory Section1
CHEM 1107Experimental Survey of Organic and Biochemistry: Laboratory Section1
CHEM 1307Survey of Organic and Biochemistry3
PHYS 1401College Physics I4
US-Hum Anatomy/Physiology I (Grade of "C" or higher required) **
US-Hum Anatmy/Physiology II (Grade of "C" or higher required) **
US-College Algebra **
12 hours electives required including:12
PHYS ACT SKILL I: COND IND/DUA
PHYS ACT SKILLS II: TEAM SPORT
Minor Required
18 semester hours (9 must be upper level hours)18
Total Hours120
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Refer to prerequisite.

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 These courses should be used to satisfy Core Curriculum Requirements