B.S. in Health Science: General - Sports Medicine Studies Concentration

College of Health Sciences
General Education Requirements
English Composition requirements6
Mathematics requirement3
Public Speaking requirement3
Science requirements6
Behavioral & Social Science requirements6
Humanities requirements6
Arts requirement3
Diverse Communities requirement3
Interdisciplinary requirement3
Student Electives9
Writing Emphasis requirements9
Major/Concentration Requirements
HEA 110Transcultural Health: Principles and Practice3
HEA 210Introduction to Allied Health3
HEA 242Introduction to Public and Community Health3
HEA 341Chronic and Communicable Diseases3
HEA 377Pharmacology2
HEA 419Research Methods in Health3
NTD 303Introductory Principles Human Nutrition3
SMD 204First Aid for Health Professionals3
SMD 210Psychosocial Perspectives of Sports/Recreational Injuries3
SMD 261Surface Anatomy3
SMD 361Kinesiology3
SMD 400Special Topics in Athletic Training3
SMD 420Sports Medicine 13
SMD 430Sports Medicine 23
SMD 450Capstone in Sports Medicine3
Related/Cognate Requirements
BIO 110General Biology3
BIO 259Human Anatomy and Physiology I4
BIO 269Human Anatomy and Physiology II4
CHE 107General Chemistry for Allied Health Sciences4
CRL 107General Chemistry Lab for Allied Health Services1
PHY 100Elements of Physical Science3
MAT 121Introduction to Statistics I3
PSY 100Introduction to Psychology3
EXS 380Exercise Physiology3
EXL 380Exercise Physiology Lab1
EXS 102Fundamentals of Resistance Training Techniques2
NTD 422Nutrition for Health, Fitness & Sport3
Total Minimum Credits Required120

Accelerated B.S. in Health Science: General - Sports Medicine Studies Concentration and M.S. in Athletic Training Program

Beginning in Summer I after Year 3, the 12 credits below from the M.S. in Athletic Training will be used to satisfy the final 12 credits for the B.S. Health Sciences: Concentration in Sports Medicine Sciences.

SMD 500Human Cadaver Anatomy2
SMD 501Human Cadaver Dissection4
SMD 502Prevention & Care of Injury and Illness3
SMD 505Evidence Based Practice in Sports Medicine3

Progression into the M.S. in Athletic Training Program

An application and notification of intent to progress into the M.S. in Athletic Training program must be completed by the announced deadline in the spring semester of the sophomore year . 

A student must achieve a grade of C or better in all undergraduate major and related required courses.  Students must have a 3.0 cumulative GPA to progress into the M.S. in Athletic Training program.   (If applicable, transfer course grades will be calculated in to determine GPA.)  

An interview with department faculty may be required.  Please see the department website for technical standards for the M.S. in Athletic Training.

To track their individual degree progress, students are advised to access their Degree Progress Report (DPR) via myWCU regularly. For more information, visit wcupa.edu/DegreeProgressReport.