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Health and Fitness Minor Requirements

A. Core Requirements:

9-10 s.h.

PHED 202 Current Health Issues and Problems


PHED 330 Fitness-Lifestyle Components*


BIOL 202 Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology* or BIOL 208 Anatomy & Physiology for Human Health


B. Related Course Work Selections (Choose ONE sequence: Option A. Health or Option B. Personal Training)

9-10 s.h.

Option A. Heath


NUTR 140 Nutrition or NUTR 142 Nutrition in Everyday LIfe


Choose two of these options:


1. NUTR 241 Nutrition for Fitness & Sports or NUTR 247 Nutrition Across the Lifespan or NUTR 249 Current Issues in Nutrition


2. PHED 204 Stress Management or PHED 229 Yoga Exercise for Fitness & Health


3. SOCL 233 Aging, Generations, and Society or SOCL 257 Sociology of Health and Illness or FAMS 266 Adult Family Members Transition or PHIL 206 Philosophy of Life and Death


Option B. Personal TrainingI.


PHED 255 Kinesiology or BIOL 231 Physiology of Exercise


PHED 335 Principles of Personal Training


PHED 336 Personal Training II


C. Internship (This course requires formal approval from the Minor Coordinator before enrolling.)


PHED 397 Internship in Physical Education*

3 s.h.


Total 21-23 s.h.

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