School of Health Promotion and Human Performance
318 Porter Building
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Exercise Science Undergraduate Program
To obtain a degree in Exercise Science from Eastern Michigan University you are required to adhere to the following application process.
- When you have decided to major in Exercise Science you must declare you intent with the University and the School of Health Promotion and Human Performance (see Advising). You will then be assigned an Exercise Science academic advisor. At this time, you are considered an Exercise Science Intent
- In order to take certain upper level classes, perform your internship and graduate with a degree in Exercise Science from Eastern Michigan University, you must be admitted to Candidacy.
- Internship is the final requirement before graduation. You must complete all courses in the program and have a GPA of 2.8 before initiating an internship. For internship concentrations and information see "Internship Overview".
- The University general education requirements must be met, along with maintaining the Academic Standards required by the program.
Exercise Science Program Objectives
- To provide a quality program leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Medicine.
- To provide a curriculum consistent with the core courses recommended by the American College of Sports Medicine and the National Strength and Conditioning Association in preparation for national certification examinations.
- To provide a curriculum that integrates personal and practical skills to produce entry-level competence in any field of exercise science.
- To recruit personable, dedicated and highly motivated students.
- To provide faculty and staff who possess the knowledge, training and skills necessary to provide an environment conducive for teaching and learning.
- To provide the student with quality advising and counseling to promote timely and efficient progression through the program.
- To graduate confident competent students who will be able to successfully complete a national certification exam.
- To graduate confident competent students who will be able to successfully compete in the marketplace.
Any specific questions and concerns should be addressed to:
Shel Levine, Associate Professor
School of Health Promotion & Human Performance
319P Porter Building
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