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Exercise Science (B.S.) Therapeutic Sciences

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Program Features

EXSC 202 Kinesiology: Applied Anatomy3
EXSC 203 Mechanical Kinesiology3
EXSC 310 Exercise Physiology I3
EXSC 311 Exercise Physiology II3
EXSC 322 Strength & Conditioning Theory3
EXSC 330 Health-Related Physical Fitness3
EXSC 447 Sport Nutrition3
EXSC 402 Psychology of Sport & Exercise3
EXSC 486 Internship6
6 additional credits in EXSC at or above 300 level approved by advisor

Cognate(s)

BIOL 112: Human Anatomy & Physiology II4
CHEM 123: Chemistry I Laboratory1
MATH 111: General Statistics3
ATEP 230: Prev & Mgmt Sport & Fitness Injuries3
ATEP 429: Eval & Meas of Lower Extremity Injuries3
ATEP 430: Eval & Meas of Upper Extremity Injuries3
ATEP 432: Therapeutic Modalities in Sports Medicine3
ATEP 433: Therapeutic Exercise in Sports3

Directed General Education

BIOL 114: Introductory Biology I4
BIOL 111: Anatomy & Physiology4
CMST 111: Speech Communication3
ENGL 203: Advanced Composition3
CHEM 121: Chemistry I3
PHYS 131: Fundamental Physics I3
PSY 100: General Psychology3
SOC 111: Introduction to Sociology3
EXSC 120: Physical Conditioning1
EXSC 122: Strength Training1

Free electives to total 120 Credits

  • Minimum standard: A minimum grade of a "C" in 400 level major courses and a quality point average of 2.5 in major courses required for graduation.

Career Opportunities

Upon successful completion, this concentration affords the student the opportunity to advance their study in professional education for DPT, OT or PA.