Exercise Physiology 4-Year Plan of Study


West Liberty’s Exercise Physiology program consists of a 4-year plan of study, with courses concentrating on either Clinical or Health & Fitness. View the Exercise Physiology 4-Year Plans below for courses by academic year and concentration.
CLINICAL CONCENTRATION
Fall – Freshman

EP 125 – Introduction to Ex Phys. (1)

BIO 124/125 – Biological Principles (4)

PE 240 – Anatomy & Physiology (3)

ENG 101 (3)

COLL 101 – First Year Experience (2)

COM 101 – Communications (3)

16 hours

Spring – Freshman

ENG 102 (3)

PE 395 – Kinesiology (3)

EP 325/326 – Exercise Physiology I / Lab (4)

FA/ART/MUS (3)

SDE – First Aid and Safety (3)

16 hours

 

* MATH 139, 140, or 145 if needed (3)

Fall – Sophomore

EP 352 – Sports Rehab (3)

EP 448/449 – Ex Phys II/Lab (4)

HE 300 – Nutrition & Fitness (3)

CHEM 110/111 – Gen. Chem. I/Lab (*4 or 5)

14 or 16 hours

* MATH 140 or 145 if needed (3)

Spring – Sophomore

EP 333 – Exercise Metabolism & Nutrition (3)

EP 454 – Cardiac Rehab (3)

GBUS 140 or ECON 102 or 103 or FIN 131 (3)

CHEM 112/113 – Gen. Chem. II/Lab (4)

CIS 271 – Practical Computer App. (3)

16 hours

* MATH 145 if needed (3)

Fall – Junior

EP 299 – Basic Strength & Cond. (3)

EP 450 – Biomechanics (3)

PSYC 101 – Introduction to Psychology (3)

SWK 201 or POLS 101 or 201 (3)

PHYS 101/110 – Physics I (4)

EP 480 – Internship/Professional Development (1)

17 hours

Spring – Junior

EP 455 – Modifications of Exercise (3)

MATH 160 – Statistics (*3 or 5)

PHYS 102/111 – Physics II/Lab (4)

PE 326 – Tests & Measures (2)

EP 480 – Internship/Professional Development (1)
13 or 15 hours

Fall – Senior

EP 460 – Theory of Exercise (3)

PSYC 252 – Lifespan Development (3)

BIO 302/303 – Human Anat. & Phys. I/Lab (4)

EP 480 – Internship (2)

HIS 103/104/210/211 (3)

15 hours

Spring – Senior

EP 470 – Internship (2)

EP 464 – Clinical EP Seminar (1)

GEO 205/206 (3)

Any literature course with ENG prefix (3)

BIO 210 – Medical Terminology (3)

REL or Foreign Language (3)

15 hours

* Based on ACT/SAT score
Please note that certain clinical post-graduate programs may require additional prerequisites. Please check with your advisor for specific admissions requirements.
HEALTH & FITNESS CONCENTRATION
Fall – Freshman

EP 125 – Introduction to Ex Phys. (1)

PE 240 – Anatomy & Physiology (3)

PE 258 – Motor Development (2)

ENG 101 (3)

COMM 101 – Communications (3)

COLL 101 – First Year Experience (2)

14 hours

Spring – Freshman

ENG 102 (3)

BIO 105/106 – Life Sciences/Lab (4)
PE 395 – Kinesiology (3)

EP 325/326 – Exercise Physiology I / Lab (4)

PE 211 – Group Fitness (2)

16 hours

Fall – Sophomore

EP 448/449 – Advanced Ex Phys/Lab (4)

HE 300 – Nutrition and Fitness (3)

EP 352 – Sports Rehab (3)

CHEM 100/101 – Foundations of Chem./Lab (4)

SDE 232 – First Aid and Safety (3)

17 hours

Spring – Sophomore

EP 333 – Exercise Metabolism & Nutrition (3)

CIS 271 – Practical Computer App. (3)

EP 454 – Cardiac Rehab (3)

PSYC 101 – Introduction to Psychology (3)

GBUS 140 or ECON 102 or 103 or FIN 313 (3)
15 hours

Fall – Junior

PSYC 252 – Lifespan Development (3)

HE 320 – Mental Health & Drug Use and Abuse (3)

HIS 103/104/210/211 (3)

EP 299 – Basic Strength & Cond. (3)

EP 480 – Internship/Professional Development (1)

REL or Foreign Language (3)

16 hours

Spring – Junior

EDUC 201 – Human Development (3)

EP 455 – Modifications of Exercise (3)

MATH 160 – Statistics (*3 or 5)

EP 480 – Internship/Professional Development (1)

PE 326 – Tests & Measures (2)

HE 360 – Community & Environmental Health (3)

15 hours

Fall – Senior

SPED 241 – Intro to Exceptionalities (3)

EP 460 – Theory of Exercise (3)

EP 450 – Biomechanics (3)

SWK 201 or POLS 101 or 201 (3)

EP 480 – Internship (2)

 

14 hours

Spring – Senior

FA/ART/MUS (3)

Any literature course with ENG prefix (3)

EP 480 – Internship (2)

GEO 205/206 (3)

PHYS 190/191 – Physical World/Lab (4)

15 hours

* Based on ACT/SAT score