Health and Human Performance Major: 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.
To earn a degree in Health and Human Performance with a concentration in Human Movement, the student must earn 120 total hours. The curriculum requires the students to take APSU 1000 (1 hour), 41 general education hours, 43 hours in the major, and 35 elective hours.
For information about course offerings and course descriptions, please visit the undergraduate bulletin.