Exercise Science (B.S.) Pre-Occupational Therapy Track


  • Graduates will be able to assess the basic components of fitness, with an understanding of the health and physiological significance of each measurement.
  • Graduates will be able to demonstrate the ability to analyze a biomechanical skill and communicate their findings with an emphasis placed upon performance and injury prevention.
  • Graduates will demonstrate professionalism in an authentic situation and will perform as an entry level professional in the field.
  • Graduates will be able demonstrate the ability to carry about research by designing a research study, collecting data, analyzing data with the proper statistical analysis and also by writing a research style paper.
  • Graduates will show acceptable levels of fitness for professionals in the fields of health and wellness.
  • Graduates will be able to review a specific disease pathology, evaluate specific limitations to exercise and create an effective exercise protocol for that population.



Medical Terminology
Anatomy/Physiology I
Anatomy/Physiology I: Lab
Anatomy/Physiology II
Anatomy/Physiology II: Lab
Human Physiology
Exercise Science30-31
First Aid
Foundations of Ex Sci & Sport
Org/Admin of Ex Sci & Sport
Care/Prev of Athletic Injuries
Physiology of Exercise
Tests & Meas in Ex Sci & Sport
Exercise Testing and Prescript
Concepts in Exercise Science
Introduction to Research
Introduction to Research
FD:T1:Gen Org/Biochem I
Gen Org/Biochem I/Lab
Other Requirements28
T1:FD: Principles of Psych
T1:DV:FD: HumanDevelAcrossLife
DV:Abnormal Psychology
Elementary Functions I
Elementary Functions II
Principles of Physics I
Principles of Physics I: Lab
T1:FD:Principles of Sociology
H1:TH1:DV:CIT:Persl/Com Health
Adv Athletic Injury Management
Sports Psychology
H3:TH1:TH2: Bioethics
Physiological Psychology
H1:DV:Medical Sociology
Total Hours82-83