Program Sequence

Your last undergraduate class will be taken during the spring semester of your fourth year; you will switch to graduate status during that semester.

First Year: Fall

  • CHE 101 General Chemistry
  • MTH 121 Calculus
  • PSY 101 Introductory Psychology
  • ENG 101 English

First Year: Spring

  • CHE 102 General Chemistry
  • NTR 108 Introductory Nutrition
  • CEP 207, PSY 207 or STA 119 Statistics
  • ENG 201 English

Second Year: Fall

  • PHY 101/151 General Physics
  • ES 207 Human Form & Function or equivalent
  • Literature/Arts
  • UGC 111 Undergraduate College

Second Year: Spring

  • ES 200 Introduction to Exercise Science
  • PHY 102/152 General Physics
  • PGY 300 Human Physiology
  • UGC 211 Undergraduate College
  • UGC 112 Undergraduate College

Third Year: Summer

  • ANA 407 Gross Anatomy

Third Year: Fall

  • ES 300 Athletic Injury
  • ES 310 Exercise Assessment and Prescription
  • ES 342 Neuroscience I
  • ES 380 Exercise Physiology
  • ES 341 Critical Analysis of Scientific Literature

Third Year: Spring

  • ES 370 Biomechanics
  • ES 442 Applications
  • ES 330 Lifespan Physiology or NTR 402 Lifecycle Nutrition
  • Electives

Fourth Year: Fall

  • ES 340 Special Cases
  • ES 410 Exercise Assessment and Prescription II
  • ES 402 Exercise Nutrition
  • EEH 501 Epidemiology Principles
  • EEH 505 Application of Biostatistics to Epidemiology I

Fourth Year: Spring

  • ES 496 Practicum
  • EEH 502 Advanced Methodology
  • EEH 533 Principles of Public Health

Fourth Year: Summer

  • EEH 544 MPH Field Training

Fifth Year: Fall

  • EEH 507 Introduction to Health Care Organization
  • CHB 501 (formerly HB 527) Study of Health Behaviors
  • One epidemiology elective 
  • EEH 630 Integrative Project
  • EEH 591 Public Health Seminar

Fifth Year: Spring

  • EEH 549 Environmental Health
  • EEH 506 Application of Statistics to Epidemiology II
  • Two epidemiology electives
  • EEH 591 Public Health Seminar