All Exercise Science students must complete ES 200 Introduction to Exercise Science, PGY 300 Human Physiology, and ES 207 Human Form and Function before taking upper level ES courses.
Upper level ES courses (300- and 400-level) may have additional prerequisites that must be completed prior to enrolling in these courses. Please refer to the Undergraduate Catalog for information on prerequisites for upper level (300- and 400-level) ES courses.
Required Courses – vary based on the selected concentration
Refer to the undergraduate catalog links below for the recommended curriculum sequence for each of the concentrations.
A fundamental part of the Exercise Science program includes participation in clinical experiences. Clinical experiences include any field experience – practicum, internship or volunteer hours – in on- or off-campus learning environments that provide students with practical, hands-on experience. Clinical experiences help students synthesize theory into practice and transition from student to professional.