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OTHER UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS OFFERED

The College of Education offers some undergraduate programs leading to the bachelor of science or bachelor of science in education degree that are not for the preparation of teachers. These programs require the completion of a minimum of 120 semester hours in prescribed and elective courses, as set forth in this catalog, and the achievement of the College's minimum standards of scholarship.

PROGRAM IN FITNESS MANAGEMENT (HSFM)

Professor Joe F. Smith, Contact Person
Office: 106 Moore Hall

This program requires the completion of a minimum of 120 semester hours as specified below and leads to the bachelor of science in education degree. This program does not lead to professional certification as a teacher. Each prospective fitness management student must submit an application that demonstrates that all criteria for admission have been met. A student is eligible for admission if he or she (a) has completed at least 45 hours (including BSC 215 or BSC 216) and (b) has at least a 2.0 on all coursework attempted.

The undergraduate catalog is published at two-year intervals. Program advising sheets are updated much more frequently and are thus likely to provide the most up-to-date information on degree and other requirements. Students should always obtain the most recent advising sheets, available from academic advisors and in 104 Carmichael Hall.

Course Hours
General Studies 64
See general studies requirements, p. 175-177. The following exceptions apply:
 
Area III: BSC 109 should be selected to meet prerequisite requirements.
Area IV: PY 101 and EC 110 should be selected to meet prerequisite requirements.
Area V: In addition to those courses listed on p. 176, BSC 215, BSC 216, NHM 101, APR 230, AC 210, and LGS 200 (20 hours) should be selected from any hours remaining.
 
300- or 400-level courses designated W
    (HPE 468 and MGT 395 are recommended) 6
 
Management Concentration 25
AC 210 Introduction to Accounting (or equivalent) 4
APR 230 Introduction to Public Relations for Non-Majors 3
EC 110 Principles of Microeconomics 3
LGS 200 Legal Environment of Business 3
MGT 300 Organizational Theory and Behavior (SB) 3
MKT 300 Marketing 3
Two of the following courses:
    MGT 301 Introduction to Human Resources Management
    MGT 320 Leadership
    MGT 341 Contemporary Ethical Issues and Corporate Responsibility
    MGT 386 Small-Company Management
    MGT 395 Managerial Communication Strategies (W)
    MGT 482 New Venture Development
    MKT 313 Consumer Behavior
    MKT 337 Personal Selling 6
 
Fitness Core 46
BSC 215 Human Biology 4
BSC 216 Human Biology 4
HAT 257 Introduction to Athletic Training 3
HAT 272 First Aid, Safety, and CPR 2
HPE 199 Ecological Approach to Health and Fitness 3
HPE 365 Applied Biomechanics 3
HPE 366 Evaluation and Measurement 3
HPE 387 Field Experience in Fitness Management 3
HPE 464 Administration of Physical Education and Sport 3
HPE 488 Internship in Fitness Management 9
HPE 492 Physiology of Exercise 3
HPE 493 Fitness Appraisal and Exercise Prescription 3
NHM 101 Introduction to Human Nutrition 3
 
Fitness Activities 5
HPL 120 Aerobics 1
HPL 145 Beginning Racquetball 1
HPL 157 Beginning Weight Training 1
HPL 167 Jogging 1
Activity elective 1
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Total: at least 120

PROGRAM IN HUMAN PERFORMANCE (NON-CERTIFICATION) (HPNC)

Associate Professor Mark Richardson, Contact Person
Office: 208 Moore Hall

This upper-division program requires the completion of 120 semester hours as specified below and leads to the bachelor of science in education degree. The program does not lead to professional certification as a teacher. The necessary 17 hours of elective courses must be completed in physical education or other approved areas. Approval must come from the student's assigned program advisor. A prospective human performance student must submit an application that demonstrates that all criteria for admission have been met. A student is eligible for admission if he or she (a) has completed 45 hours (including BSC 215 or BSC 216) and (b) has at least a 2.0 on all coursework attempted.*

The undergraduate catalog is published at two-year intervals. Program advising sheets are updated much more frequently and are thus likely to provide the most up-to-date information on degree and other requirements. Students should always obtain the most recent advising sheets, available from academic advisors, in 102 Moore Hall, and in 104 Carmichael Hall.

*Students must have at least 2.0 GPAs to enroll in 300- and 400-level courses in the College of Education.

Course Hours
General Studies 60
See general studies requirements, p. 175-177. The following exceptions apply:
 
Area III: BSC 109 should be selected to meet prerequisite requirements.
Area IV: SOC 101, SOC 202, and HD 101 should be selected to meet prerequisite requirements.
Area V: In addition to those courses listed on p. 176, BSC 215, BSC 216, HAT 272, and NHM 101 should be selected from any hours remaining.
 
Human Performance Major Requirements 43
BSC 215 and BSC 216 Human Biology 8
HAT 272 First Aid, Safety, and CPR 2
HD 301 Child Development: School Age or
    HD 302 Child Development: Adolescent 3
HPE 199 Ecological Approach to Health and Fitness 3
HPE 300 Foundations of Human Performance 3
HPE 306 Analysis and Teaching of Movement I 3
HPE 362 Motor Development 3
HPE 365 Applied Biomechanics 3
HPE 366 Evaluation and Measurement 3
HPE 464 Administration of Physical Education and Sport 3
HPE 468 Adapted Physical Education (W) 3
HPE 492 Physiology of Exercise 3
NHM 101 Introduction to Human Nutrition
    or NHM 315 Nutrition for Performance 3
 
Approved Electives 17
HAT courses 0-7
HCA courses 0-12
HHE courses 0-12
HPE courses not utilized above 0-12
HPL courses 0-12
Additional courses with core designation 0-12*
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Total: at least 120

*Must include 3 semester hours of W-designated coursework.

PROGRAM IN MUSIC EDUCATION (NON-CERTIFICATION) (MUE)

Professor Harry Price, Program Coordinator
Office: 261 Moody Music Building

This non-certification program in music education is available to certain students. For additional information, including details on an alternate general studies program, see a music education advisor. Semester-by-semester planning guides are available in the music education office.

Course Hours
General Studies 47-49
See the program chairperson or personnel in 104 Carmichael Hall for general studies requirements.
 
Professional Studies 12
BEP 305 Educational Psychology 3
MUE 387 The Elementary School Music Program (W) 3
MUE 389 Clinical Experience in Music Education 3
MUS 448 Teaching Instrumental Music (instrumental majors)
    or MUS 447 Teaching Choral Music (vocal/choral majors) 3
 
Electives 6
BEF 362 History, Philosophy, and Social Foundations of Education 3
BER 450 Assessment Practices in Classroom Learning 3
CRD 350 Survey of Reading Instruction (W) 3
MUA 220 Class Guitar 1
MUE 350 Evaluation of Teaching and Learning in Music 3
MUS 307 Form and Analysis 3
MUS 310 Arranging 3
MUS 250 Music in World Cultures 3
MUS 286 Music Recreation Techniques 2
MUS 230 Improvisation 1
MUS 285 Repertoire and Skill Proficiency in Music 2
MUS 303 Sixteenth-Century Counterpoint 3
MUS 304 Eighteenth-Century Counterpoint 3
SPE 300 Survey of Special Education and Accommodation Strategies 3
Humanistic and professional behavioral studies elective taken in
    educational foundations, educational psychology, or human
    development (HD 301 or HD 302) 3
 
Common Courses for Instrumental or Vocal/Choral Majors 30
MUA 499 Senior Recital 0
MUS 115 Theory I 4
MUS 117 Theory II 4
MUS 215 Theory III 4
MUS 217 Theory IV 4
MUS 250 Music in World Cultures (FA) 3
MUS 251 Music History I 3
MUS 252 Music History II 3
MUS 323 Music History III (W) 3
MUS 351 Fundamentals of Conducting 2
 
Instrumental Music Major Requirements 36
MUA 010 Music Convocation (5 semesters) 0
MUA 299 Piano Proficiency Exam (pass) 0
1MUE 252 Teaching String and Percussion Instruments 2
MUE 351 Teaching Flute and Single Reeds 3
MUE 352 Teaching Double Reeds 1
MUE 353 Teaching Brass Instruments 2
MUE 354 Teaching Percussion II 1
MUE 381 Vocal Methods Lab 1
MUS 493 Orchestra Conducting or MUS 494 Band Conducting 2
Courses in the principal instrument 16
Instrumental Ensemble (8 semesters) 8
 
Vocal/Choral Major Requirements 36
MUA 010 Music Convocation (5 semesters) 0
2MUA 299 Piano Proficiency Exam (pass) 0
MUE 251 Introduction to Winds, Strings, and Percussion 3
MUE 380 Vocal Methods 2
MUE 381 Vocal Methods Lab 1
MUS 492 Choral Conducting 2
Choral Ensemble (8 semesters) 8
Courses in principal performance area (voice or piano) 16
Courses in secondary performance area (voice or piano) 4

1Percussion principals should take 1 hour of secondary violin and 1 hour of a secondary wind instrument in lieu of MUE 252.
2In place of a passing grade on this examination, instrumental music students may complete the following with grades of "B" or higher: MUA 121, MUA 122, MUA 123, and MUA 124 (total of 4 semester hours of credit).

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