Jun 16, 2019  
2012-2013 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2012-2013 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Health and Human Performance Major (B.S.)


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Applied Exercise Science Concentration


The applied exercise science concentration provides students the opportunity to prepare for fitness positions in hospitals, retirements centers, corporate wellness centers, YMCA settings, community recreation programs, and private fitness centers.

  Credit Hours
General Education (see TBR Common Core) 41
University-Wide Freshman   1

 

Health Care Management Concentration


 The health care management concentration provides students the opportunity to prepare for employment as a manager in a variety of health and human service organization settings both in the private and public sectors, including medical centers and systems, health departments at the local, regional, and state levels: home health-care agencies, health maintenance organizations, and insurance companies, hospitals, surgical care centers, assisted living centers, nursing homes, physician group practices, and volunteer organizations.

Health Concentration


The health concentration provides students the opportunity to prepare for entry level health educator or health facilitator positions in hospital settings, state, regional or local health departments, home-care agencies, health maintenance organizations, nursing homes, surgical care centers, insurance companies, physician groups, and voluntary health agencies.  Students with an interest in pre-physical therapy might choose health concentration after consulting with an HHP advisor.

Human Movement Concentration


The human movement concentration provides students the opportunity to prepare for positions in recreational settings such as local and state parks, recreation centers, athletic clubs, military associated recreational positions.  YMCA settings and selected private schools.

K-12 Teaching Concentration


The K-12 Teaching Concentration provides students the opportunity to prepare for teaching health and physical education and/or coaching in grades K-12.  The program meets all Tennessee and NCATE guidelines.

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