Course Details

Exercise Biology Minor

18 credits

The minor in Exercise Biology is designed to provide students with advanced preparation in biological processes in the human organism relative to basic and exercise sciences. The minor consists of advanced coursework in biology, psychology, and exercise physiology, involving students in theoretical and practical application of knowledge. Laboratory techniques and application of those techniques are strong components of this minor. This minor attracts students with academic preparation in biology and/or physical education, specifically sport physiology or applied health fitness. Students considering graduate study in physiological or biological sciences, as well as medical school, would benefit from this minor. Students interested in pursuing this minor should contact the Chair of the Exercise Biology Council. Due to advanced coursework in the biological, psychological and physiological sciences, several of the courses within this minor have specific prerequisites.


Requirements

Credits

PE 3580 Physiology of Exercise 3
PE 3750 Physiology of Exercise Laboratory 1
PE 3760 Advanced Laboratory Techniques 3
PE 4790 Exercise Biochemistry 3
Complete two courses from the following: 8
BI 3040 Microbiology
BI 3050 Biotechnology (WRCO)
BI 3060 Genetics
BI 4100 Cell Structure and Function
BI 4780 Neurobiology (WRCO)

The prerequisites for the courses in this minor can be found in the course descriptions outlined in the Catalog. Prerequisites include: [(BI 1110 and BI 1120) or (BI 2110 and BI 2130)], (BI 3020 or BI 3040 or BI 3060), (CH 2335 and CH 2340), junior or senior Biology or Psychology major.

*All course information is from the 2014-2015 Catalog.