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College of Health and Human Performance

  1. 1. Welcome to Orientation!<br />College of Health & Human Performance<br />Exercise & Sport Science<br />Health Education & Promotion<br />Recreation & Leisure Studies<br />
  2. 2. “Having grown up in a small town in North Carolina, coming to ECU was a life-changing event. I was fortunate to be one of the first graduates in Athletic Training, and my education served as a catalyst to my eventual career as vice president of medical services with the New York Giants.”-Ronnie Barnes, <br /> Class 0f 1975<br />
  3. 3. HHP Advising Center<br /> Belk Annex 328-4645<br />http://www.ecu.edu/hhp/advising<br />(MAP INCLUDED ON WEBSITE)<br />Mr. Randy Gilland, Director<br />gillandc@ecu.edu<br />Mrs. Stephanie Bailey, Advisor<br />baileys@ecu.edu<br />Mrs. Jennifer Abbott, Advisor<br />abbottj@ecu.edu<br />Mrs. Robbin Nelson, Office manager<br />Students should check ECU email accounts frequently!<br />Private AOL, Yahoo, etc. accounts will not be used.<br />
  4. 4. Advisor Assignments<br /><ul><li>Students that indicate intended majors within the College of Health & Human Performance are assigned to the HHP Advising Center. Students can declare once academic standing has been established.
  5. 5. You must see your advisor each semester to discuss course selection, information pertinent to your progression and to get your registration pin.
  6. 6. Students can make appointments by calling 252-328-4645 or accessing our electronic calendar by going to www.ecu.edu/hhp/advising and following the appointments link.
  7. 7. Students seeking degrees in Exercise Physiology and Athletic Training will be assigned to Mr. Gilland
  8. 8. Students seeking degrees in Health Fitness Specialist, Sports Studies, & Physical Education Pedagogy will be assigned to Mrs. Jennifer Abbott
  9. 9. Students seeking degrees in Health Education, School Health, Environmental Health, Recreational Therapy, & Parks & Recreation Management will be assigned to Mrs. Stephanie Bailey</li></li></ul><li>Check Sheets for Majors<br /><ul><li>Check sheets indicate all courses needed for BS degree.
  10. 10. Sequence sheets reflect same information in semester format.
  11. 11. Provided are all the department websites where the check sheets and sequence sheets can be found for each BS degree in the College of Health & Human Performance.</li></ul>Athletic Training - http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/hlth/athletictr/AT-Current-Students.cfm<br />Environmental Health Sciences & Safety - http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/hlth/EHST/undergraduatecurriculum.cfm<br />Exercise Physiology - http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/exss/undergrad-ep.cfm<br />Health Education & Promotion/Community Health - http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/hlth/community.cfm<br />Health Education & Promotion/Pre-Health Professions - http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/hlth/prehealth.cfm<br />Health Education & Promotion/Worksite health - http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/hlth/worksite.cfm<br />Health Fitness Specialist - http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/exss/undergrad-hfs.cfm<br />Physical Education - http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/exss/undergrad-pe.cfm<br />Recreation & Park Management - http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/rcls/mrfs.cfm<br />Recreational Therapy - http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/rcls/rt.cfm<br />School Health Education - http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/hlth/schoolhlth/school.cfm<br />Sports Studies - http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/exss/BS-Sports-Studies.cfm<br />
  12. 12. Additional Departments & Certificates<br />Department of Aerospace Studies - ECU Air Force ROTC - http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/afrotc/index.cfm<br />Department of Military Studies - ECU Army ROTC - http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/AROTC/index.cfm<br />Driver and Safety Ed. add on certification - http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/hlth/drivered/dred.cfm<br />Aquatics Management certification - http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/rcls/aquatitic-therapy.cfm<br />Biofeedback certification - http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/rcls/biofeedback/Certificate-Program.cfm<br />Please check out your major online to learn more about what the degree is about and what you can do with the degree. If you have questions, please contact the advising center.<br />
  13. 13. All the program websites can also be found by utilizing the HHP Academic Info drop down menu on the HHP advising website<br />Click on the appropriate department and then select the degree option.<br />
  14. 14. New student page:<br />We have a page set up to provide you with lots of great introductory information. <br />Please go to http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/advising/new-student-page.cfm and click on transfer student folder. You will need to unzip the file by saving it to your computer. After its saved you will be able to access its folders and documents by following the steps below. <br />Locate the downloaded zipped file on your computer.<br />Right click on the folder icon and select ‘Extract All…’.<br />This will take you to the Extraction Wizard.<br />Once completed with this process, you will be able to access these files in the folder you designated all extracted files be sent to.<br />
  15. 15. Clubs and Organizations<br />Exercise Majors club<br />RCLS Society<br />Environmental Health Majors club<br />Athletic Trainers club<br />Eta Sigma gamma Health Honor Society<br />
  16. 16. Transferring credits<br />All credits must be transcribed and approved by the university admissions office.<br />Once credits are placed into our operating system called Banner, http://www.ecu.edu/banner/ we can look at your transcripts and see what can be used for our degrees.<br />Credits that are accepted by the university may not be used in your degree. We can only use what is needed. If you have unused credits and your degree has room for free electives, then we will fill that requirement with credits that have no other use for your degree. Not all degrees have room for free electives.<br />It is important to work with an advisor from ECU when taking classes at another college and planning on transferring to ECU. This will help to make sure you are taking the classes that you need and will cut down on unused courses.<br />CREDITS transfer, but GRADES do not. When you transfer to ECU, you start with a new GPA. Since all of our degrees have a GPA requirement to declare, a GPA must be established in order to move on to upper level courses.<br />
  17. 17. Other Considerations<br />It is very common for students to use our majors to prepare for medical programs such as med school, physical therapy, occupational therapy, physicians assistant, chiropractic, dentistry, and veterinarian programs.<br />Please let your advisor know of your intentions to go on to one of these graduate programs so that we can make sure you are in the appropriate prerequisites.<br />If you have a medical program in mind, you can major in anything you want. Most medical programs do not care what your undergraduate degree is.<br />While some of our degrees are an excellent segue into medical programs, they are also viable and terminal degrees that prepare for careers. We ask that you make sure that the degree you choose will fit your career interests in the event that you opt not to go to grad school.<br />
  18. 18. Foundations Curriculum<br />All degrees require 42 hours of foundations curriculum.<br /> English Composition 6<br /> Natural Sciences 8<br />(with at least one lab)<br /> Math 3<br /> Social Sciences 12<br />(1 Course from at least 3 disciplines)<br /> Humanities and Fine Arts 10<br />(1 Coursefrom each area)<br /> Health and Exercise and Sport Science 3<br />(1 Course from each area) ______<br /> Total Hours: 42<br />Foreign Language is not needed for any of degrees and will not be count for humanities. <br />
  19. 19. Your “Perfect” Schedule…<br />Please remember that this time you are registering later than current ECU students.<br />You will want to pick up the open sections of courses you need and later, if you want, try to change them when schedules are dropped for non-payment.<br />Please make sure to pay attention to classes that are listed on one line under a requirement on the checklist as you will need only one of these classes to fulfill that requirement. <br />Classes can be addedthrough August 31st.<br />Classes can be dropped without penalty through August 30th. <br />Classes can be dropped with penalty- students geta designated number of late drops and should use them wisely- through October 19th.<br />Schedules will be cancelled for non-payment: August 16, 2010 beginning at 4:00 p.m.<br />If you have problems with Drop/Add: Contact the Advising Center<br />
  20. 20. Registration/BANNER Instructions<br />Step 1: Log into One Stop with Pirate ID and Passphrase and select Banner Self Service link from Tools page.<br />Step 2: Select Student and Financial Aid menu and then select Registration.<br />Step 3: Select Add or Drop Classes. Enter your Registration PIN from your advisor and select correct term at the bottom; select Class Search for courses.<br /><ul><li>Step 4: Search for courses. Enter course name and number (You can also choose instructor, time of day, instructional method etc. but this IS NOT required)
  21. 21. Step 5: Once you have entered your information, select the Class Search link at the bottom. This returns a list of all courses meeting the criterion you entered. Select the section you want by checking the box next to that section. If a “C” appears, the section is already closed.
  22. 22. Step 6: After checking the appropriate section box, scroll to the bottom and select Register.
  23. 23. Step 7: You will be taken back to your schedule to view it with the new class added. If there were any errors such as pre-requisites, co-requisites or other restrictions, the error will display with your schedule and the course will not be added.
  24. 24. Step 8: Repeat steps 4-7 to add additional classes.
  25. 25. Step 9: To drop classes, pull the drop down menu beside the course you wish to drop and select ** Web Dropped**.
  26. 26. Step 10: At the bottom, select the Submit Changes link and the course will be removed from your schedule.
  27. 27. Step 11: To see your schedule in calendar format, click on Week at A Glance and then Next Week.</li></ul>*Please keep in mind: Minimum Course Load to qualify as a full-time student: 12 s.h. Maximum Course Load : 18 s.h. without restrictions<br />
  28. 28. ONESTOP/BANNER Notes……..<br />You can check to see if credits have transferred by clicking on Student Record/Academic Transcript in BANNER- questions go to the Registrar.<br />When you are registering for classes, a C indicates that a section is closed.<br />600 sections are online. Taking these courses may cause your tuition bill to increase!<br /> *You are eligible to register for the lower 600 sections: 601, 602, 603 etc.<br /> *Sections 620 and higher are restricted to cohorts of students and you can’t register for them.<br />
  29. 29. Exercise & Sport Science BS Degree in Exercise Physiology<br />Strong Science component with 4 Biology, 4 <br />Chemistry, & 2 Physics courses with labs<br />Requires Higher level Science classes:<br />BIO 111, 165, 166 <br />CHM 151, 152, 251, 252 <br />PHY 151, 152<br />2 Sciences a semester or at least 3 a year. Very tough on transfer students if students transfer in with all foundations curriculum and little natural science. Great Segue for those considering Physical Therapy<br />
  30. 30. Exercise & Sport Science BS Degree in Health Fitness Specialist<br />Graduates are prepared to work in applied fitness settings as well as take the American College of Sports Medicine Health Fitness Instructor Certification.<br />4 C’s <br />Clinical, Corporate, Commercial, Community Settings<br /> Relatively easy to transfer into as substitutions are relaxed.<br />
  31. 31. Exercise & Sport Science BS Degree in Sports Studies<br />The Sports Studies major is combined with a minor in Recreation & Parks Management, Business Administration, or Communication to prepare students for careers in Sports Management, Sports Retail, & Sports Media. Other job potentials are Sports Agent, Sports Psychology, Recreational Management with approved minors. <br />Strong emphasis in liberal arts and social sciences. Very little room for electives.<br />
  32. 32. Teacher Prep<br />BS Degree in Physical Education &<br />BS Degree in School Health<br />Both degrees prepare graduates for certification to teach in K-12 settings. Both require a 2.5 GPA, appropriate scores on the Praxis exam and computer competency exam.<br />Graduates may find additional work in Sports clubs, camps, community recreation programs & health departments.<br />
  33. 33. BS Degree in Physical Education & BS Degree in School Health Cont.<br />Neither degrees have room for electives other than the few foundations curriculum courses that students can choose.<br />All of the Exercise Sport Science degrees require a fitness test to declare. This includes Physical Education. <br />The School Health degree is a part of the Health Education & Promotion department and as a result does not require the fitness test.<br />
  34. 34. Health Education & Promotion BS Degree in Athletic Training<br />Commonly called Sports Medicine.<br />Once certified, graduates can work as athletic trainers for college, amateur & professional teams as well as schools and industry.<br />Very Competitive, Minimum 3 years regardless of how many credit hours are transferred. The candidacy period takes up the 1st year, and the following 2 years are required to complete the program. <br />
  35. 35. Health Education & Promotion BS Degree in Athletic Training cont…<br />The program can only be started in the fall. There is an application due by August 15th that is required for entry into the program. This application is separate from the ECU application. The Athletic Training application is online at the following address.<br />http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/hlth/athletictr/athletetr.cfm<br />
  36. 36. Health Education & Promotion BS Degree in Environmental Health<br />Graduates are prepared to work as specialists in health areas such as air pollution, food protection, water quality, toxicology, control of disease-transmitting insects, counterterrorism.<br />Concentration in either Public Health or Industrial hygiene.<br />BIO 110, 163, 175<br />CHM 151, 152 & Chemistry for Life Sciences<br />PHY 151, 152<br />MAT 161, (263) or (Calculus for Life Sciences I & II)<br />
  37. 37. Health Education & Promotion BS Degree in Health Education & Promotion<br />Three concentrations<br /><ul><li>Community Health students develop skills in community organization, assessment, educational strategies. Graduates are prepared to help communities strive for better health, problem solve, identify needs & mobilize resources.</li></ul>Must have a 2.5 GPA to declare. <br /><ul><li>Worksite Health students are trained to work in all types of corporate, industrial, business, health care, and governmental work settings. Requires several entry level business classes.</li></li></ul><li>Health Education & Promotion BS Degree in Health Education & Promotion<br /><ul><li>Pre Health is a concentration that still prepares students to be health educators, but instead of a career track it prepares students to continue their education in health related fields such as medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, veterinary, Physician’s Assistant, etc…</li></ul>Students entering the Pre-Health Professions concentration must have a minimum cumulative 2.0 GPA and a minimum 2.75 GPA calculated on the following courses:<br />BIO 111, 112, CHM 151, 152<br /> 2 Sciences a semester or at least 3 a year if <br /> applying to post graduate work upon graduation.<br />
  38. 38. Recreation & Leisure Studies BS Degree in Recreational Therapy<br />Graduates assist clients in rehabilitation & maintain daily living skills through activity. Students may specialize in pediatrics, physical rehabilitation, mental health/addiction, geriatrics, or community wellness. Possible work settings include hospitals, community health programs, school based programs, and other disability support centers. <br />Great for students wanting to continue graduate work in the field of Occupational Therapy. <br />
  39. 39. Recreation & Leisure Studies BS in Recreation & Parks Management<br />Graduates apply business skills while working with people in a variety of recreation settings such as resorts, tourism agencies, recreation retail, sports, recreation departments, parks and water parks, YMCA’s, YWCA’s, and youth industries<br />Students can specialize in <br /><ul><li>Commercial Recreation & Tourism
  40. 40. Outdoor Recreation
  41. 41. Recreation Management
  42. 42. Sports Leadership</li>

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