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Exercise Science

These are the course and credit requirements for an Emphasis in Exercise Science. View the Exercise Science Emphasis on the UW-Green Bay Catalog.​​

Exercise Science
Supporting Courses27
BIOLOGY 201
BIOLOGY 202
Principles of Biology: Cellular and Molecular Processes
and Principles of Biology Lab: Cellular and Molecular Processes
CHEM 207
Laboratory Safety (must take at the same time OR before taking chemistry)
CHEM 211
CHEM 213
Principles of Chemistry I
and Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory
CHEM 212
CHEM 214
Principles of Chemistry II
and Principles of Chemistry II Laboratory
HUM BIOL 116
First Aid and Emergency Care Procedures (First Aid/CPR Requirement may be met with Red Cross Certification))
HUM BIOL 210
Prevention and Treatment of Athletic Injuries
MATH 260
Introductory Statistics
PHYSICS 103
Fundamentals of Physics I
or PHYSICS 201
Principles of Physics I
Choose one (of 2) Anatomy and Physiology Options:
HUM BIOL 240
HUM BIOL 241
Anatomy and Physiology
and Anatomy and Physiology Lab
or BOTH
HUM BIOL 221
HUM BIOL 222
Anatomy and Physiology I
and Anatomy and Physiology II
Writing Requirement 10-3
WF 105
Research and Rhetoric
Choose one of the following 3 options:
COMM 133
Fundamentals of Public Address
or COMM 166
Fundamentals of Interpersonal Communication
OR
Any literature course, e.g., English104 Introduction to Literature
OR
One year of any college-level foreign language
Strongly recommended, but not required.
NURSING 200
Fundamentals of Healthcare Terminology
Upper-Level Courses30
HUM BIOL 333
Principles of Sports Physiology
HUM BIOL 351
Kinesiology
HUM BIOL 360
HUM BIOL 361
Exercise Physiology
and Human Physiology Lab - Exercise and Metabolism
NUT SCI 300
Human Nutrition
Choose one of the following courses:
BIOLOGY 303
Genetics
or HUM BIOL 310
Human Genetics
Organic Chemistry options
CHEM 300
CHEM 301
Bio-Organic Chemistry
and Bio-Organic Chemistry Laboratory
OR
CHEM 302
CHEM 304
Organic Chemistry I
and Organic Chemistry Laboratory I
Laboratory Electives (choose 1 course from the following courses):
BIOLOGY 302
Principles of Microbiology
BIOLOGY 304
Genetics Laboratory
BIOLOGY 308
Cell Biology Laboratory
BIOLOGY 340
Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates
BIOLOGY 402
Advanced Microbiology
BIOLOGY/CHEM 408
Molecular Biology Laboratory
BIOLOGY 411
Developmental Biology Laboratory
HUM BIOL 341
Human Anatomy Laboratory
HUM BIOL 403
Human Physiology Laboratory
HUM BIOL 423
Immunology Lab
HUM BIOL 427
Cancer Biology Laboratory
Additional Upper-Level Electives
HUM BIOL 310
Human Genetics
HUM BIOL 318
Reproductive Biology
HUM BIOL 322
Epidemiology
HUM BIOL 324
The Biology of Women
HUM BIOL 331
Science and Religion: Spirit of Inquiry
HUM BIOL 361
Human Physiology Lab - Exercise and Metabolism
HUM BIOL 401
Art and Science
HUM BIOL 402
Human Physiology
HUM BIOL 413
Neurobiology
HUM BIOL 422
Immunology
HUM BIOL 426
Cancer Biology
HUM BIOL 444
Endocrinology
BIOLOGY 302
Principles of Microbiology
HUM BIOL 495
Research in Human Biology
HUM BIOL 497
Internship
HUM BIOL 498
Independent Study
BIOLOGY 303
Genetics
BIOLOGY 304
Genetics Laboratory
BIOLOGY 307
Cell Biology
BIOLOGY 308
Cell Biology Laboratory
BIOLOGY 309
Evolutionary Biology
BIOLOGY 340
Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates
BIOLOGY 345
Animal Behavior
BIOLOGY 346
Comparative Physiology
BIOLOGY 407
Molecular Biology
BIOLOGY 408
Molecular Biology Laboratory
BIOLOGY 410
Developmental Biology
BIOLOGY 411
Developmental Biology Laboratory
CHEM 303
Organic Chemistry II
CHEM 305
Organic Chemistry Laboratory II
CHEM 330
Biochemistry
CHEM 331
Biochemistry Laboratory
NUT SCI 327
Nutritional Biochemistry
NUT SCI 350
Life Cycle Nutrition
NUT SCI 427
Advanced Nutrition and Metabolism
NUT SCI 486
Medical Nutrition Therapy II
(Only) ONE course in Psychology may be used for upper-level electives.
PSYCH 308
Physiological Psychology
PSYCH 435
Abnormal Psychology
PSYCH 450
Health Psychology
Total Credits57-60