PROGRAM BELOW IS A Spring 2019 UPDATE:
All students being admitted to the Exercise Science program in Spring 2019 will now be using the new UNM Course numbering system.

For the 120-hour degree, the Exercise Science program requires a 3.2 GPA, completion of BIOL 2210/2210L and current certification in First Aid, CPR and AED (obtained from HLED 1113 at UNM or an outside organization) for admission into the undergraduate program. Students must meet with Dr. Kravitz as part of the admission process. Students are required to complete PREREQs for all Exercise Science classes. To find a CPR/First Aid class from the American Heart Association CLICK HERE

Special Note: A grade of 'B-' or better is required for all PEP and PRPE courses in the program. A grade of 'C' or better (not C-) is required for each General Education course towards the 120-hour degree.
FIRST YEAR olor COURSE (Make sure you take the correct prereqs!) HRS
BIOL 1140/1140L Biology for Health Sciences & Lab 4hrs
CHEM 1215/1215L General Chemistry I for STEM Majors & Lab 4hrs
CHEM 1225/1225L General Chemistry II for STEM Majors & Lab 4hrs
ENGL 110, 1110X, 1110Y, 1110Z Composition I, CompositionI: Stretch I, Composition I: Stretch II, Enhanced Composition 3hrs
ENGL 1120 Composition II 3hrs
MATH 1220 College Algebra 3hrs
NUTR 2110 Human Nutrition 3hrs
PRPE 2110 Fall/Spr Introduction to Athletic Training 3 hrs
PRPE 2150 Fall/Spr Motor Learning and Performance 3hrs
PSYC 1110 Introduction to Psychology 3hrs
33HRS
SECOND YEAR COURSE HRS
BIOL 2210/2210L Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4hrs
BIOL 2225/2225L Human Anatomy and Physiology II 4hrs
CHEM 2120 Spr Integrated Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry 4hrs
Note: Students can also take at CNM in Fall, Spring and Summer
COMM 1130 Public Speaking 3hrs
MATH 1350 Introduction to Statistics 3hrs
PEP 326L Fall/Spr/Su Fundamentals of Exercise Physiology 3hrs
Prerequisite: BIOL 2210/2210L
PRPE 2155 Fall/Spr Tests and Measurements 3hrs
Prerequisite: MATH 1350
PRPE 2165 Fall/Spr Kinesiology 3hrs
Prerequisite: BIOL 2210/2210L
UNM General Ed.Req. Social and Behavioral Sciences 3hrs
30HRS
THIRD YEAR COURSE HRS
NUTR 344 Fall/Su Energy Nutrients in Human Nutrition 3hrs
Prerequisite: NUTR 2110 and (CHEM 2120 or CHEM 301)
NUTR 345 Spr Vitamins and Minerals in Human Nutrition 3hrs
Prerequisite: NUTR 2110 and (CHEM 2120 or CHEM 301)
PEP 305 Spr Teaching Exercise 3hrs
Prerequisite: PEP326L, PRPE 2165 and Admission into the Exercise Science Program
PEP 470 Fall/Spr Designs for Fitness With Lab 4hrs
Prerequisite: PEP326L, PRPE 2165, PRPE 2155 and Admission into the Exercise Science Program
PEP 475 Fall EKG Interpretation 3hrs
Prerequisite: PEP 326L and Admission into the Exercise Science Program
PEP 476 Spr Exercise Testing and Interpretation 3hrs
Prerequisite: PEP 475 and Admission into the Exercise Science Program
PHED 2310 Swim II (O.K. to take Swim I) 1hr
Students, Swim II and Swim I are primarily offered as 2hr classes now. Please plan on this as you develop your course schedules.
PHYS 1115 or 1230 Survey of Physics or Algebra-Based Physics; Math pre req. 3hrs
Students pursuing clinical degrees will need to also take the PHYS lab
UNM General Ed. Req Secondary Language 3hrs
UNM General Ed. Req Humanities: *UNM Diversity Requirement 3hrs
29HRS
FOURTH YEAR COURSE HRS
Elective = or >300-level elective (See below for Elective options) 3hrs
Elective = or >300-level elective (See below for Elective options) 3hrs
PEP391 Fall/Spr Problems: Exercise Science 1hr
For Exercise Science Students Only in LAST SEMESTER OF COURSE WORK: NOTE: The reason PEP 391 is recommended the last semester is because all students must do an in-depth scientific presentation for Exercise Science Faculty and selected graduate students (using their attained knowledge from Upper Division Exercise Science Courses) for completion of Seminar. Class meets Wed (See catalogue for current time)
PEP 469 Fall Management Concepts in Sports and Fitness Settings 3hrs
Must be admitted to the Exercise Science program
PEP 471 Spr Exercise and Disease Prevention 3hrs
Prerequisite: PRPE 2165, PEP 326L and must be admitted to the Exercise Science program
PEP 478 Fall/Spr Sports Physiology 3hrs
Prerequisite: PRPE 2165 and PEP 326L; Pre- or corequisite: PEP470 and must be admitted to the Exercise Science program
PEP 495 Fall/Spr/Su Practicum 3hrs
Onsite Practicum must be in PEP 470 or have completed PEP 470: (No restriction for Research Internship)
PEP 495 Fall/Spr/Su Practicum 3hrs
Onsite Practicum must be in PEP 470 or have completed PEP 470: (No restriction for Research Internship)
UNM General Ed. Req Humanities 3hrs
UNM General Ed. Req Arts and Design 3hrs
28hrs
TOTAL HRS FOR B.S. EXERCISE SCIENCE 120hrs
ADVISEMENT NOTES: Once accepted into the College of Education, students must meet with their Exercise Science advisor (Dr. Kravitz) each semester to remove the Academic Hold for registration.

A student earning below a "B-" in a PEP course may repeat the class. If a student does not receive a "B-" or better on the second attempt the student will be removed from the Exercise Science program.

GRADUATION NOTE: All students must complete a ‘graduation check’ the semester PRIOR to graduation. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

All students going onto graduate programs are encourage to look up the prereqs for these future career pathes and complete the classes along †he way to finishing the B.S. Degree in Exercise Science.

Exercise Science Electives:
Must be 300 level or higher and at least a 3hr class (two classes=6 hours):
Here are
SOME (not all) OPTIONS: Not all courses are offered each semester so always check the schedule of classes for current semester offerings.
PEP 467 Physical Disabilities and Causes
PEP 479 Organization and Administration of Physical Education
PEP 487 Physical Activity and Aging
PEP 495 Practicum^^
PEP 480 Principles of Coaching
PSY 331 Psychology of Personality++
PSY 332 Abnormal Behavior ***
PSY 342 Evolution and Human Behavior)))
PSY 454 Positive Psychology***
PSY 360 Human Learning and Behavior##
PSY 364 Psychology of Perception##
FCS 315 Adolescent Development in the Family
FS 310 Friends and Intimate Relationships
FS 415 Aging and the Family
FS 416 Adult Development in the Family
CJ 314 Intercultural Communications {CJ=Communication & Journalism)
CJ 318 Languague, Thought and Behavior
CJ 320 Mediation
CJ 323 Nonverbal Communication
CJ 327 Persuasive Communication
CJ 333 Professional Communication
CJ 332 Business & Professional Speaking
CJ 450 Health Communication
EDPY 303 Human Growth and Development
HED 306 Conflict Mediation
HED 333 Emotional Health and Interpersonal Relationships
HED 362 Introduction to Health Behavior Theory
HED 371 Introduction to Public and Community Health
HED 473 Health Issues in Death and Dying
HED 383 Principles of Epidemiology
HED 451 Prevention Strategies in Community Health
HED 477 Stress Management
HED 482 Social Determinants and Multicultural Health
HIST 338 History of Science from Antiquity to the Scientific Revolution
HIST 417 History of Modern Medicine
MGMT 300 Operations Management**
MGMT 306 Organizational Behavior and Diversity****
MGMT 310 Legal Issues for Managers
NUTR 445 Applied Nutrition and Exercise (Prereq is Nutr 345)
SHS 302 Introduction to Communication Disorders
SOC 340 Sociology of Medical Practice
SOC 346 Health & Social Inequalities I
SOC 347 Health and Social Inequalities II*****
WM ST 380 Women Culture & Society
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*Prereq is of PEP 326L & PRPE 2165 and instructor permission
**Prereq is MATH 1350
***Prereq is completion of PSYC 1110
++Prereq is PSY 200 and PSY 220
)))Prereq is PSY 240
##Prereq is PSY 260
^^Prereq is enrollment/completion of PEP 470; Course for Exercise Science students only
****Prereq is English 1120
*****Prereq is Health and Social Inequalities I

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