EFN 735 - Statistics

EFN 735 - Statistics

ESS-Exercise Science Program Mass Advising Meeting www.uwlax.edu/exercise-sport-science/ undergraduate-majorsminors/exercise-science/ Reasons For This Meeting Learn about the people who can help you Learn more about the program (including recent changes) Get help with your class schedule Get help with application for admission Prepare for graduation & beyond Get answers to questions (yours and others)

Your ESS Academic Advisors Naoko Aminaka Susan Kari Butterfield Kasey Emineth Bramwell Crawford Scott Doberstein Amber

Dunn Naghmeh Gheidi Cordial Gillette Randy Gretebeck Melanie Healy Teri

Hepler Salvador (Cha) Jaime Attila Kovacs David Malecek Andrew McGlenn Rick

Mikat Kim Radtke Sheldon Wagner College and Department Office Mark Sandheinrich Carla Burkhart

Guy Herling CSH Dean CSH Academic Services Director CSH Academic Services Director Chia-Chen Yu Mark Gibson

Jeanne Voss Chris Dodge ESS Department Chair Assistant ESS Department Chair ESS ADA ESS HP Lab Manager Career Services and Academic Advising

Stacy Narcotta-Welp Joshua Bench Karolyn Bald Becky Vianden Director of Academic Advising & Career Services Pre-health Student Resource Coordinator

Assistant Director of Academic Advising Katy Morrison Jamie Schweiger Chris Stindt Shari Schoohs Advisor Academic Advising Center

Senior Advisor Academic Advising Center CSH Pre-health Academic Advisor Advisor Academic Advising Center Student Services Coordinator Athletic Training at UWL

Exercise Science Program Major: Exercise and Sport Science Emphasis: Exercise Science Track: Fitness or Pre-professional Requirements General Education (48 cr.) ESS Core (33 cr.) Additional required courses focus on trackspecific goals (47-53 cr.) Two Tracks Fitness: for students interested in pursuing a career in the fitness industry such as strength and conditioning coach, fitness or wellness center manager, etc. Pre-professional: for students interested in going on to graduate school

for a career that uses the clinical application of exercise or activity - such as physical and occupational therapy, athletic training, cardiac rehab, etc. ESS Core Courses (33 Cr.) Fitness Track (47 Cr.) * BIO 312 and 313 may be taken in place of the ESS 205 and 206 series Pre-professional Track (53 Cr.) Minor, Second Major, or Additional Credits Students must complete a 2nd major or a minor outside the major or an 18

credit individualized option Individualized Option (18 Cr.) At least 12 cr. outside of ESS at the 300(+) level Six remaining credits 100(+) level courses outside ESS (GE okay if not used to fulfill a GE requirement) 300(+) level courses in ESS that are not used to fulfill major requirements 4-Year Plan ExerciseScience-Pre-Professional Fall I (16 cr.) SpringI (17 cr.)

BIO 105 Gen Biology (Gen Ed) ENG 110 College Writing I HPR 105 Creating a Health Active Lifestyle Any MTH course at the 150 level or higher or CS 101 or CS 120 Arts Gen EdART 102, ESS 104, MUS 105, THA 110, etc. CHM 103 General Chemistry I (Gen Ed) CST 110 Public Oral Communication ESS 100 Physical Activitiesselect a topic of interest ESS 201 First Aid, Safety and CPR Gen Ed Math courseMTH 145 Elem Statistics (Gen Ed and Pre-PT) Any 3-credit SOC course (SOC 225 Racial and Ethnic Minorities is a popular choice)

Fall II (15 cr.) SpringII (15 cr.) BIO 312 Human Anatomy & Physiology I CHM 104 General Chemistry II ENG 200-206 (Literature) HIS 101 The Global Past or 102 Global Transition and Change Fall III (17 cr.) ESS 100 Physical Activities BIO 313 Human Anatomy & Physiology II ESS 100 Physical Activities ESS 281 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries

ESS 303 Biomechanics Any BIO or MIC course excluding BIO 105, 312, and 313 (MIC 100 Microbes and Society is a popular choice) SpringIII (17 cr.) ESS 100 Physical Activities ESS 207 Human Motor Behavior ESS 302 Exercise Physiology ESS 383 Clinical Pathology for Exercise Science PHY 103 Fundamental Physics I (Gen Ed) PSY 100 General Psychology or PSY 212 Lifespan Development or any 3credit PSY course transferred from another intuition satisfies the PSY requirement CHE 460 Medical Terminology for Health Ed.

ESS 320 Field Experience in Exercise Science ESS 323 Nutrition and Sport PHY 104 Fundamental Physics II 6 Credits of Minor/2nd Major Courses Fall IV (12 cr.) SpringIV (13 cr.) Arts Gen Ed2 course ESS 100 Physical Activities ESS 368 Strength and Conditioning Techniques and Programs ESS 100 Physical Activities ESS 446 Current Research and Trends in Exercise Science

Internatl Gen Ed #2 nd nd 6 Credits of Minor/2 Major Courses nd 6 Credits of Minor/2 Major Courses 4-Year Plan ExerciseScience-Pre-Professional Fall I (16 cr.)

SpringI (17 cr.) BIO 105 Gen Biology (Gen Ed) ENG 110 College Writing I HPR 105 Creating a Health Active Lifestyle Any MTH course at the 150 level or higher or CS 101 or CS 120 Arts Gen EdART 102, ESS 104, MUS 105, THA 110, etc. CHM 103 General Chemistry I (Gen Ed) CST 110 Public Oral Communication ESS 100 Physical Activitiesselect a topic of interest ESS 201 First Aid, Safety and CPR Gen Ed Math courseMTH 145 Elem Statistics (Gen Ed and Pre-PT) Any 3-credit SOC course (SOC 225 Racial and Ethnic Minorities is a popular choice)

Fall II (15 cr.) SpringII (15 cr.) BIO 312 Human Anatomy & Physiology I CHM 104 General Chemistry II ENG 200-206 (Literature) HIS 101 The Global Past or 102 Global Transition and Change Fall III (17 cr.) ESS 100 Physical Activities BIO 313 Human Anatomy & Physiology II ESS 100 Physical Activities

ESS 281 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries ESS 303 Biomechanics Any BIO or MIC course excluding BIO 105, 312, and 313 (MIC 100 Microbes and Society is a popular choice) SpringIII (17 cr.) ESS 100 Physical Activities ESS 207 Human Motor Behavior ESS 302 Exercise Physiology ESS 383 Clinical Pathology for Exercise Science PHY 103 Fundamental Physics I (Gen Ed) PSY 100 General Psychology or PSY 212 Lifespan Development or any 3credit PSY course transferred from another intuition satisfies the PSY requirement

CHE 460 Medical Terminology for Health Ed. ESS 320 Field Experience in Exercise Science ESS 323 Nutrition and Sport PHY 104 Fundamental Physics II 6 Credits of Minor/2nd Major Courses Fall IV (12 cr.) SpringIV (13 cr.) Arts Gen Ed2 course ESS 100 Physical Activities ESS 368 Strength and Conditioning Techniques and Programs ESS 100 Physical Activities

ESS 446 Current Research and Trends in Exercise Science Internatl Gen Ed #2 nd nd 6 Credits of Minor/2 Major Courses nd 6 Credits of Minor/2 Major Courses 4-Year Plan ExerciseScience-Pre-Professional Fall I (16 cr.)

SpringI (17 cr.) BIO 105 Gen Biology (Gen Ed) ENG 110 College Writing I HPR 105 Creating a Health Active Lifestyle Any MTH course at the 150 level or higher or CS 101 or CS 120 Arts Gen EdART 102, ESS 104, MUS 105, THA 110, etc. CHM 103 General Chemistry I (Gen Ed) CST 110 Public Oral Communication ESS 100 Physical Activitiesselect a topic of interest ESS 201 First Aid, Safety and CPR Gen Ed Math courseMTH 145 Elem Statistics (Gen Ed and Pre-PT) Any 3-credit SOC course (SOC 225 Racial and Ethnic Minorities is a popular

choice) Fall II (15 cr.) SpringII (15 cr.) BIO 312 Human Anatomy & Physiology I CHM 104 General Chemistry II ENG 200-206 (Literature) HIS 101 The Global Past or 102 Global Transition and Change Fall III (17 cr.) ESS 100 Physical Activities BIO 313 Human Anatomy & Physiology II

ESS 100 Physical Activities ESS 281 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries ESS 303 Biomechanics Any BIO or MIC course excluding BIO 105, 312, and 313 (MIC 100 Microbes and Society is a popular choice) SpringIII (17 cr.) ESS 100 Physical Activities ESS 207 Human Motor Behavior ESS 302 Exercise Physiology ESS 383 Clinical Pathology for Exercise Science PHY 103 Fundamental Physics I (Gen Ed) PSY 100 General Psychology or PSY 212 Lifespan Development or any 3credit PSY course transferred from another intuition satisfies the PSY requirement

CHE 460 Medical Terminology for Health Ed. ESS 320 Field Experience in Exercise Science ESS 323 Nutrition and Sport PHY 104 Fundamental Physics II 6 Credits of Minor/2nd Major Courses Fall IV (12 cr.) SpringIV (13 cr.) Arts Gen Ed2 course ESS 100 Physical Activities ESS 368 Strength and Conditioning Techniques and Programs

ESS 100 Physical Activities ESS 446 Current Research and Trends in Exercise Science Internatl Gen Ed #2 nd nd 6 Credits of Minor/2 Major Courses nd 6 Credits of Minor/2 Major Courses General Scheduling Advice

Use the UWL Course Timetable along with your 4-year plan to create a schedule for your remaining semesters Carefully review prerequisites Generate a registration back-up plan for difficult classes After being admitted, count on at least three semesters of coursework (plus an internship for Fitness Track students) to graduate Look online to see admission prerequisites for graduate school Admission Stats Percentage of applicants admitted: ~75% Average GPA of admitted students

Fitness Track: ~3.3 Pre-professional Track: ~3.55 Typical application contents (resume items) Shadows & clinical observations: 2 Research: 1 Memberships: 1 Certifications: 3 (Red Cross) Volunteer and professional experiences: ??? Application for Admission First you must qualify Officially declare Ex. Sci. with track Complete at least 30 college credits UW-L overall GPA (Cum GPA) of at least

2.75 for Fitness or 3.0 for Pre-professional C or better in BIO 100 or 103 or 105 C or better in HPR 105 Pass fitness test Application Workshop with Career Services Career Services Workshops Will replace resume check beginning in spring, 2019 Three dates before spring application deadline (February 1, 2019) Tues., Nov. 13th 7-8pm Centennial Hall Wed., Jan. 23rd 7-8pm Centennial Hall Tues., Jan. 29th 7-8pm Centennial Hall

Application for Admission 1. Application Check Sheet 2. Online Application Form Deadlines are Oct. 1 and Feb. 1 Forms and detailed instructions on the Exercise Science Program website HPR BIO 105 General Biology

Cum GPA Trans Cum GPA 105 Hlthy Actv Lifstyl Check Sheet to 129 Mitchell Hall Fitness Pre-professional Narrative Statement

Narrative Statement Application Application GPA GPA Application Tips DONT WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE! Job shadows Fitness test

Resume & narrative statements Application building Check sheet Practice your application Why do we recommend Sophomore year? Consider This Scenario Senior not yet in the program Applies for admission Isnt admitted Applies again next semester Isnt admitted

Cant finish degree and only 2-3 classes left Change track/major/campus Probably two more years to finish New Policy in CSH Students must be admitted in a major by 60 credit hours (end of sophomore year) Option A: Double-major (Exercise Science and plan B) until admitted Option B: Receive special permission from a Deans Office advisor in order to register for next semester classes What If I Dont Get In? Two tries allowed

See Dr. Mikat Improve credentials Apply again Change track Change major Change campus What If I DO Get In? Pre-professional Track 97% go on to graduate school 100% of remaining employed in their field Fitness Track 18% go on to graduate school

100% of remaining employed in their field Internships: About 75% get job offers Continue to Build ESS 320 Field Experience ESS 450 Internship (Fitness Track Only) Clinicals and labs Research Volunteering Employment Forms You May Want Course Substitution Deans Office

Course Override (BLUE) ESS Office Time Conflict (BLUE) ESS Office Drop/Add Slip ESS Office Change of Program (GREEN) Deans Office Intent to Graduate WINGS Transcript Request WINGS Graduation Requirements See WINGS to indicate your Intent to graduate - gets you on important lists See web for commencement information See Mr. Herling in 205 Graff Main Hall Credit Check (Optional) Petition for Early

Commencement Meet all other graduation requirements Outside tri-state region (beyond Chicago) (Optional) go to117 Graff Main Hall to get your name on the program Thank You!

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