California State University, Long Beach
Policy Statement
95-23
December 20, 1995


Bachelor of Science in Physical Education (code 3-1201)
Option in Exercise Science (code 3-1230)

This Program was recommended by the Academic Senate on September 28, 1995,
received concurrence of the President on October 13, 1995 and was
approved by the Chancellor's Office on November 10, 1995.




This option is designed primarily for those students interested in careers in exercise physiology, biomechanics, or motor control/learning as well as those students contemplating graduate work in these areas or one of the health professions, e.g., physical therapy. A minimum of 132 units are required for graduation.

Core Courses: A/P 202, 207 or 342 and 342L; P ED 300, 301, 312.

Lower Division: CHEM 111A, 111B; PHYS 100A, 100B.

Upper Division: CHEM 327, P ED 339I, 405, 441, 455, 462, 465, 483.

Elective Courses: Select 18 units (minimum 6 units from P ED) from the following courses: BIOL 200, 211A, 211B; A/P 401, 440, 442 and 442L, 443, 445, 446; CHEM 448; FCS 232; P ED 157, 263, 315, 320, 363, 450, 451, 452, 494, 497.

A fieldwork, field experience or internship course requires current certification in First Aid (ARC-Standard, Advanced, EMT or equivalent) and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (ARC-Community, Professional Rescuer; AHA-Level B, Level C, or equivalent) prior to enrollment.




EFFECTIVE: Spring 1996