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2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog 
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Clinical Physiology Major, BS

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Program Director
Timothy Burnham, PhD

Susan Brunner, MS, AT-C
Timothy Burnham PhD
Bryan Contreras, MS
Leonardo D’Acquisto, EdD
David L. Gee, PhD
Abigail Larson, PhD, RD
Keith A. Monosky, PhD, MPM, EMT-P
Vincent Nethery, PhD
Charilaos Papadopoulos, PhD
Kelly Pritchett, PhD, RD
Robert Pritchett, PhD
Danielle Szabo, ND

The bachelor of science in clinical physiology prepares students to enter clinical areas of health and allied health care where exercise is an integral part of prophylactic and rehabilitative programs. Such areas include cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, specialized metabolic disorder clinics, athletic training/sports medicine, and as exercise physiology assistants to physical therapists. Many clinical jobs require a master’s degree and/or additional certification. This degree also prepares students for eligibility to enter graduate school or specialized post-graduate certification programs in several areas including physical and occupational therapy, physical therapy assistant, physician assistant, athletic training, and master/doctoral level studies in integrated human physiology, and exercise science. Additional courses may be required to satisfy all pre-requisites for admission eligibility to some graduate and professional programs.


Pre-admission Requirements

A grade of C+ or better is required for all pre-admission courses.

All pre-admission courses except EXSC 350 may satisfy general education requirements.

Pre-admission Total Credits: 25

Required Courses Total Credits: 65

Total Elective Credits: 20

Total Credits: 110

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