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					                                                                           Exercise & Sports Science
                                                             B r i g h a m Yo u n g U n i v e r s i t y - I d a h o 2 0 0 6 - 2 0 0 7
                                                              BS in Exercise and Sports Science Health Major Endorsement - 925
                                                                       No Double Counting of Major Courses

 GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
  sem/yr plan Reading and Writing:
               Take 1, 3 Credit Course: ENG 111; 111C; 111H
               Take 1, 3 Credit Course: ENG 311; 311C; 311H; 312; 312C; 313; 313C; 314; 315; 315C; 316; 316C; HIST 300
  sem/yr plan Mathematics
               Take 1, 3 Credit Course: Math 108; 108H; 110; 110H; 111(2); 112(4); 113; 119(4); 214; 221; 306
  sem/yr plan Basic Skills
               Take this 3 credit course: HS 131; 131W
 sem/yr  plan Arts
               Take 1, 3 Credit Course: ART 101; 104; 160; 201; 202; Dance 101; HFED 140; HORT 230; HUM 101; 101H; 201; 201H; 202; 202H; MUSIC 100; 101; TA
                                 115; 117
                                 AND take this 0-1 credit course, FA 100
 sem/yr  plan Letters
               Take 1, 3 Credit Course: CHIN 347; ENG 250; 250H; 251; 331; 332; 333; 334; 335; 351; 352; 353; 354; 362; 373; 373H; FR 202; GER 202; HON 200;
                                 220;221H; 222; LANG 202; PH 314; PHIL 110; 110H; 201; 201H; 202; 202H; 313; 313H; 314; 315; 315H; RUSS 340;
                                 SPAN 202; 302
 sem/yr  plan Biological Science
               Take 4 Credits: BIO 264                                                                                                   (Credits other than 4)
 sem/yr  plan Physical Science
               Take 4 Credits: CHEM 100; 101; 105; 105H; 106; 106H; GEOG 101(3); 101L(1); GEOL 101(3); 102(1); 103(3); 103L(1); 104(3); 110(3); 110L(1);
                                 111(3); 111L(1); 137; 137L; PH 101(3);101L; 102(1); 105(3); 105L; 106; 106L; 115; 116; 117; 117L; 121(3); 127(3); 127L; 150(1);
                                 PH.S. 100(3); 100L(1); 110                                                                              (Credits other than 4)
 sem/yr  plan American Institutions
               Take 1, 3 Credit Course: AMHER 170; 170H; ECON 111; 111H; HIST 120; 121; POLSC 110
 sem/yr  plan Social Science
               Take 1, 3 Credit Course: ED 270
 sem/yr  plan Religion
               Take 4 credits - Rel 121; 121H AND Rel 122; 122H OR Rel 221
               Take 6 credits - Rel 211; 211H; 212; 212H; 301; 301H; 302; 302H; 324; 324H
               Take 4 credits - Rel 100; 130; 215; 234; 235; 260; 261; 264; 333; 341; 341H; 342; 342H; 351; 352; 370; 431; 471; 475
EDUCATION CORE REQUIREMENTS
22 credits - take these courses:
                    ED 200       2 Foundations of Education
                                       Provides future teachers with a knowledge of what helped build American education.
                   Ed 492      12 Student Teaching in the Public Schools
                                       A 16 week practicum completed in the public school classroom
                   SecEd 280 3 SecEd Early Field Experience
                                       Provides pre-service secondary education students exposure to 6-12 grade level classrooms through a 40 hour practicum experience
                   SecEd 410 3 Reading in the Content Area
                                       Emphasis is placed on teacher adaptation needed to teach students who lack functional reading skills
                   SpEd 322        2 Exceptional Students
                                       Assist secondary teachers in meeting the needs of exceptional students
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS
25 credits - take these courses:
 sem/yr     plan   Course #    Credits Course Title & Discription
                   HFEd 100        3 Essentials of Human Nutrition
                                       Food oriented study of nutrition facts and principles as a basis for dietary choices
                   HS 365          3 Kinesiology
                                       Study of functional anatomy with application of basic kinesiological principles
                   HS 405          3 Health Teaching Methods
                                       Health Education majors and minors emphasizing his or her role as a health educator
                   HS 430          3 School Health Programs
                                       Designed to inform the Health Education majors and minors about the comprehensive health education environment
                   HS 460          3 Drugs of Use and Abuse
                                       The nature and effects of alcohol and other drugs on human beings
                   ESS 330         2 Sports Psychology and Coaching Principles
                                       To analyze and study the mind and movement as it applies to the psychological principles of activity in sports and activity
                   ESS 350         2 Evaluation & Administration
                                       To familiarize student with a wide variety of administrative responsibilities with regard to physical education
                   ESS 361         1 Sports Skills & Secondary Methods I


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                                                                             Exercise & Sports Science
                                                              B r i g h a m Yo u n g U n i v e r s i t y - I d a h o 2 0 0 6 - 2 0 0 7
                                        To learn skills methods of basketball and golf
                    ESS 366       2 Adaptive Physical Education Special Populations
                                        To understand how individuals learn and develop
                    ESS 375       3 Exercise Physiology
                                        Teaches a branch of physiology that deals with the funmctioning of the body during exercise
2 credit - take 2 courses:
  sem/yr    plan    Course #    Credits Course Title & Discription
                    ESS 362       1 Sports Skills & Secondary Methods II
                                        To learn skills methods of volleyball and tennis
                    ESS 363       1 Sports Skills & Secondary Methods III
                                        To learn skills methods of soccer and badminton
                    ESS 364       1 Sports Skills & Secondary Methods IV
                                        To learn skills methods of weights and softball
1 credit - take 1 course:
  sem/yr    plan    Course #    Credits Course Title & Discription
                    HS 349L       1 Sports Medicine Lab
                                        Therapeutic techniques in taping, bracing, skin care, nausea, and basic sports related illnesses
                    ESS 375L      1 Exercise Physiology Lab
                                        Introduce some of the fundamental laboratory techniques used for the field of exercise science
Take 1 course:
  sem/yr    plan    Course #    Credits Course Title & Discription
                    Bio 265       4     Human Anatomy & Physiology II
                    Dance 358     3     Teaching Techniques of Social Dance
                    HS 222        3     Advanced First Aid
                    HS 223        3     Wilderness First Aid
                    HS 300        3     Environmental Health for Secondary Teachers
                    HS 320        3     Introduction to Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases
                    HS 340        3     Introduction to Community Health
                    HS 349        3     Sports Medicine
                    HS 351        2     Gerontology
                    HS 401        2     Health Promotion Skills
                    HS 410        2     Fitness Appraisal & Prescription
                    HS 490        2     Planning, Implementing and Evaluation of Health Programs
                    ESS 341       2     Baseball Theory
                    ESS 342       2     Basketball Theory
                    ESS 343       2     Football Theory
                    ESS 344       2     Theory of Track & Field
                    ESS 345       3     Volleyball Theory
                    ESS 346       2     Wrestling Theory
                    ESS 347       2     Sports Conditioning
                    Psych 111     3     General Psychology
                                                                               30 Major Credits




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