2002-03 Bulletin
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HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION



MAJOR IN HEALTH (Bachelor of Science)

A student majoring in health must complete 57-69 quarter hours of interdisciplinary courses as listed below, the required cognates for that concentration, the general studies program, and all baccalaureate degree requirements as outlined in this bulletin.
 
Core Requirements:
HLTH110Wellness for Living 3
HLTH205Survey of Health 2
HLTH208Drugs and Society 3
HLTH220Human Nutrition 4
HLTH315Etiology of Selected Diseases 3
HLTH370Health Psychology 3
HLTH427Fitness Evaluation Techniques 3
HLTH472Stress Management 3
HLTH496Seminar 1
PETH426Physiology of Exercise 4
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CONCENTRATION: Health Promotion (40 credits)

HLTH217First Aid 2
HLTH308Community Health  3
HLTH331Consumer Health 3
HLTH350Internship Placement Orientation 0
HLTH372Health Promotion Planning and Evaluation 3
HLTH437Community Nutrition 3
HLTH471Human Sexuality 3
HLTH475Programs in Health Promotion 3
HLTH481Internship in Health Science 12
Electives 8
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Electives for both concentrations

 
Electives must be chosen from HLTH courses or the following: (approval of health adviser required)
ENVI385Environmental Stewardship 4
PEAC123Circuit Weight Training 1
PEAC128Jogging 1
PEAC133Aerobic Rhythm 1
PETH225Prevention of Injuries 2
PETH323Measurements and Evaluation 3
PETH324Adapted Physical Education and Recreation 3
PETH325Kinesiology 3
PSYC220Educational Psychology 3
PSYC344Social Psychology 4
PSYC464Introduction to Counseling 3
SOCI324Human Development and The Family 4
SOCI435Social Gerontology 3
SOCI437Death and Dying 3
SOWK377Introduction to Alcoholism and Addiction Treatment 3

 
Cognates for Health Promotion Concentration
BIOL101, 102General Biology8
   or
BIOL201, 202Anatomy and Physiology
ENGL325Writing for The Professions 3
MATH206Applied Statistics 4
MKTG381Principles of Marketing4
   or
MKTG383Principles of Advertising
PSYC130General Psychology 4
SOCI204General Sociology 4
SPCH101Fundamentals of Speech Communication 4

 


CONCENTRATION: Health Science (25 credits)

(16 hours selected from the following courses)
 
BIOL202Anatomy and Physiology 4
BIOL222Microbiology 5
BIOL392Cell Biology 4
BIOL393Genetics 4
BIOL394Developmental Biology 4
BIOL449Vertebrate Histology 4
BIOL464Animal Physiology 4
BIOL466Immunology 4
CHEM431Biochemistry of Proteins 4
CHEM432Biochemistry of Metabolism 3
CHEM435Biochemistry of Proteins Laboratory 1
ENVI385Environmental Stewardship 4
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Electives (see Health Promotion Electives) 9
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Cognates for Health Science Concentration
BIOL101, 102, 103General Biology 12
BIOL250Biostatistics4
   or
MATH206Applied Statistics
   or
GBUS263Business Statistics
CHEM141, 142, 143General Chemistry 9
CHEM144, 145, 146General Chemistry Laboratory 3
CHEM321, 322, 323Organic Chemistry 11
CHEM325, 326Introduction to Organic Laboratory 2
MATH117Precalculus4-8
   or
MATH121, 122Fundamentals of Mathematics I, II
   or
MATH181Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
PSYC130General Psychology 4

 


CONCENTRATION: Pre-Physical Therapy (56 credits)

A student completing the Pre-Physical Therapy concentration completes the senior year at the Andrews University School of Physical Therapy. Completion of the degree is subject to your acceptance and matriculation into their program. (Students who do not enter a physical therapy professional school may readily complete the health promotion concentration to this degree at WWC.) In order to receive a Walla Walla College degree a student must be in residence on the WWC campus for the three quarters preceding entry into the school of physical therapy. Completion of the WWC departmental comprehensive examination is also required.
 
HLTH308Community Health Education3
   or
HLTH331Consumer Health
NRSG233Medical Terminology 2
PEAC123Circuit Weight Training 1
PETH225Prevention of Injuries 2
PETH325Kinesiology 3
Transfer credit from an affiliated physical therapy program 45
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Cognates for Pre-Physical Therapy Concentration
BIOL202Anatomy and Physiology 8
PHYS211-216 General Physics20
   and
CHEM101, 102Introductory Chemistry
   or
CHEM141-146General Chemistry
   and
PHYS201-205Invitation to Physics
SPCH101Fundamentals of Speech Communication 4
INFO105Personal Computing 3
MATH206Applied Statistics 4
MATH117 or 121, 122Precalculus or Fundamentals of Mathematics I, II 5-8
PSYC130General Psychology 4
PSYC215Child and Adolescent Development 4
SOCI204General Sociology 4

 
*You will need to complete a senior outline, and request to have your first year PT transcripts sent to WWC.
 

The WWC religion general studies requirement is partially fulfilled by a religion course taken in the first year of the clinical program. In order to avoid course duplication, students are advised to avoid taking the World Religions (RELH 303) course at WWC.
 


MAJOR IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION (Bachelor of Science)

A student majoring in physical education must complete the core requirements, one concentration, the required cognates for that concentration, the general studies program, and all baccalaureate degree requirements as outlined in this bulletin. Students pursuing the concentration in preparation for teaching must also complete the certification requirements as listed in the Education section of this bulletin.
 
Core Requirements:
PETH214Introduction to Physical Education and Recreation 2
PETH225Prevention of Injuries 2
PETH323Measurements and Evaluation 3
PETH324Adapted Physical Education and Recreation 3
PETH325Kinesiology 3
PETH425Motor Learning 3
PETH426Physiology of Exercise 4
PETH484Administration of Health, Physical Education and Recreation 3
PETH493History and Philosophy of Physical Education 3
PETH496Seminar 1
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CONCENTRATION: Preparation for Teaching

HLTH110Wellness for Living 3
HLTH208Drugs and Society 3
HLTH217First Aid 2
HLTH/PSYC 370Health Psychology3 
PEAC120-246Physical Activity Courses 10
Required activities: PEAC 120 or 123, 133, 142, 224, 244, 246.
Select 4 activities from the following: PEAC 171,173, 174, 175, 177.
PETH261, 262Officiating of Sports Activities 4
PETH278Programming Intramural and Recreational Activities 2
PETH363, 364, 365Theory of Coaching Team Activities 6
PETH366Coaching Practicum 1-3
PETH395Teaching Secondary Health and Physical Education 3
PETH473Teaching Elementary Health and Physical Education 3
Electives 0-2
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Electives must be chosen in consultation with and approved by the academic adviser assigned by the department chair.
 

Cognates:
BIOL201, 202Anatomy and Physiology 8
MATH105Mathematics With Applications4
   or
MATH206Applied Statistics

 


CONCENTRATION: Fitness Management

HLTH370Health Psychology 3
PEAC107-177Physical Activity Courses 3
Physical activity courses must be chosen in consultation with and approved by the academic adviser assigned by the department chair.
PEAC123Circuit Weight Training 1
PEAC128Jogging 1
PEAC133Aerobic Rhythm 1
PEAC151Racquetball I 1
PEAC246Pro Act Tennis 1
PETH205Water Safety Instructor's Course 2
PETH278Programming Intramural and Recreational Activities 2
PETH350Internship Placement Orientation 0
PETH427Fitness Evaluation Techniques 3
PETH490Internship in Fitness Management 12
Electives 4
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Electives must be chosen in consultation with and approved by the academic adviser assigned by the department chair.
 

Cognates:
ACCT201, 202, 203Principles of Accounting 10
BIOL201, 202Anatomy and Physiology 8
CIS140Computer Business Applications 4
HLTH110Wellness for Living 3
HLTH220Human Nutrition 4
INFO105Personal Computing 3
MGMT275Management of Small Business 4
MKTG383Principles of Advertising 4

 


CONCENTRATION: Physiological Basis

BIOL201, 202Anatomy and Physiology 8
BIOL464Animal Physiology 4
HLTH220Human Nutrition 4
PEAC107-177Physical Activity Courses 5
Physical activity classes must be chosen in consultation with and approved by the academic adviser assigned by the department chair.
PETH427Fitness Evaluation Techniques 3
Electives 3
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Electives must be chosen in consultation with and approved by the academic adviser assigned by the department chair.
 

Cognates:
BIOL101, 102, 103General Biology 12
BIOL392Cell Biology4
   or
CHEM431Biochemistry of Proteins
BIOL250Biostatistics 4
CHEM141, 142, 143General Chemistry 9
CHEM144, 145, 146General Chemistry Laboratory 3
CHEM321, 322, 323Organic Chemistry 11
CHEM325, 326Introduction to Organic Laboratory 2
HLTH110Wellness for Living 3
INFO105Personal Computing 3
MATH117Precalculus5-8
   or
MATH121, 122Fundamentals of Mathematics I, II

 


MINOR IN HEALTH

A student minoring in health must complete 27 quarter hours.
 
HLTH110Wellness for Living 3
HLTH205Survey of Health 2
HLTH220Human Nutrition 4
HLTH266Safety Education 2
HLTH315Etiology of Selected Diseases 3
HLTH370Health Psychology 3
Electives (3 must be upper division) 10
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Up to 10 hours may be selected from non-HLTH courses in the major requirements or electives listed for the Health Science major with no more than six hours being selected from any one discipline.
 

Approval of health adviser required.
 



MINOR IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION

A student minoring in physical education must complete 30 quarter hours:
 
PETH214Introduction to Physical Education and Recreation 2
PETH225Prevention of Injuries 2
PETH261Officiating of Sports Activities 2
PETH278Programming Intramural and Recreational Activities 2
PETH324Adapted Physical Education and Recreation 3
PETH 325Kinesiology 3
PETH 395Teaching Secondary Health and Physical Education 3
PETH473Teaching Elementary Health and Physical Education 3
PETH484Administration of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation 3
*Electives 7
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*Approval of physical education adviser required.