Health & Fitness Specialist Curriculum

Associate in Applied Science Degree

This curriculum is accurate for 2013-2014 fall starts. Go here for 2014-2015.

SEM TERM COURSE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDITS CLASS HOURS
PER WEEK
1 Fall COMM1442 Student Success 1 1
1 Fall ENGL1460 Technical Writing 3 3
1 Fall HEFI1601 Training Prin & Methodology I 3 5
1 Fall HEFI1605 Cardiovascular & Group Fitness Training 3 5
1 Fall HEFI1611 Anatomy, Biomechanics & Exercise Phys I 3 4
1 Fall ITEC1430 Introduction to Computer 3 3
1 Fall PHED1504 Wellness and Fitness 1 1
      Semester Total 17 22
2 Spr BIOL1435 Principles of Nutrition 3 3
2 Spr HEFI1602 Training Prin & Methodology II 3 4
2 Spr HEFI1612 Anatomy, Biomechanics & Exercise Phys II 3 4
2 Spr HEFI1618 Personal Fitness I 2 4
2 Spr HEFI1620 Exercise Mgmt for Special Populations I 4 4
2 Spr MKTG1525 Principles of Marketing 3 3
      Semester Total 18 22
3 Fall BIOL1439 Nutrition II 2 2
3 Fall HEFI1609 Human Motion 3 4
3 Fall HEFI1615 Program Design & Application I 3 4
3 Fall HEFI2602 Sports Performance & Resistance Training 3 5
3 Fall HEFI2609 Personal Fitness II 2 4
3 Fall PNSG1620 AHA Basic Life Support 1 1
3 Fall PSYC1445 General Psychology 3 3
      Semester Total 17 23
4 Spr COMM1439 Job Seeking/Keeping Skills 1 1
4 Spr HEFI2604 Program Design & Application II 3 4
4 Spr HEFI2608 Preparation for Certification Exams 3 3
4 Spr HEFI2610 Advanced & Specialized Fitness Programs 2 3
4 Spr HEFI2620 Exercise Mgmt for Special Populations II 2 3
4 Spr MATH1415 Mathematical Reasoning 3 3
4 Spr MKTG1530 Counselor Selling 3 3
      Semester Total 17 20
5 Smr HEFI2703 Internship 3 9
      Semester Total 3 9
      Program Total 72 96

Note: AAS degrees must have Gen. Ed. courses from three goal areas and AS degrees from six goal areas of the MN Transfer Curriculum.

Visit with advisor or refer to Degree Audit Report for elective options.

This course sequence is an example.