BA or BS in Strength and Conditioning - Min. 124 Hours

Common Core: See Common Core requirements

Required Courses from General Education:

  • MA105 Elementary Statistics (3) required for BA
  • BI106 Human Biology (3) with BI106L (1) or BI107 Human Anatomy (4) with BI107L (1) required for BA and BS

Tier Two: Additional General Education Requirements (21-24 Hours)

Humanities or Fine Arts:

  6 hours (BS)

9 hours (BA)

Social Sciences (CJ, CT, EC, HI, PS, PY, or SO): See guidelines.

3 hours (BA)

 6 hours (BS)

Science: See guidelines.

3-4 hours

BA Foreign Language (a single language)

BS Analytical Skills: See guidelines. Must include BU225 Computer Applications in Business (3) and MA105 Elementary Statistics (3).

6 hours

Strength and Conditioning Major (36-38 Hours)

PE202  Motor Learning and Development (2)

PE203  Introduction to Strength and Conditioning (2)

PE210  Personal and Community Health (2) [or

            AH314 Pathophysiology (3)—pre-reqs apply]

PE211  Methods and Materials of Health Education (2)

PE212  First Aid/Community CPR (2)

PE214  Sport in Society or PE215 Psychology of Sport (2)

PE216  Nutrition and Athletic Performance (3)

 

PE321  Org. and Administration of P.E. and Athletic Programs (2) [or RM343 or RM345 (3)]

PE323  First Aid, Care & Prevention of Athletic Injuries (3)

PE324  Anatomy and Kinesiology (4)

PE327  Physiology of Exercise (3)

PE331  Advanced Strength and Conditioning (3)

PE339  Testing and Measurement in PE (3)

PE440  Program Design (Capstone):   includes minimum 80-hour internship with a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) (3)

Electives (To Complete Min. 124 Hours)

BU110 Introduction to Business (3) is recommended.

 
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