Exercise Science - Minor

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Overview

A Minor in Exercise Science is offered through the Department of Exercise & Nutrition Sciences. Students completing the minor in exercise science gain proficiency in exercise science, anatomy, and physiology.  Furthermore, students will fulfill the academic prerequisites for entry in Milken Institute School of Public Health Master of Science program in Exercise Science.   The minor provides a strong foundation in exercise science in preparation for professional schools including: medical school, physical therapy school, nursing school, physician assistant school, public health, and further graduate study.

*Please note: Exercise Science majors cannot declare a minor in Exercise Science.

Requirements

13 credits of required courses:  
EXNS 1103 Professional Foundations in Exercise Science  
EXNS 1110 Applied Anatomy Physiology I–II  
EXNS 1111 Applied Anatomy Physiology I–II  
EXNS 2111 Exercise Physiology I  
Selective (one course from the following):  
EXNS 1118 Sport and Nutrition  
EXNS 2110 Injury Prevention and Control  
EXNS 2112 Exercise Physiology II  
EXNS 2113 Kinesiology  
EXNS 2116 Exercise and Health Psychology  
EXNS 2119 Introduction to Nutrition Science

 

Adding or Dropping

Please see the Program Advisors for information, admission to the minor, to drop the minor, for assistance in the selection of the elective course and to amend the courses on the original program of study. Milken Institute School of Public Health will not process requests to add a Minor in Exercise Science during the registration period.  All transactions require the Application for Undergraduate Minor form and signatures.

 

 

Past Program Guides

This is the current program guide for this program. Students should follow the course requirements from the year in which they entered the program. Prior to August 4th, 2014 this minor was categorized as a "Secondary Field of Study"

Past Guides:
 
Guides that are not available online can be accquired from the Academic Affairs Program Coordinator in the Dean's Office.