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elective thesis and elective course offerings totaling l> credits Internships
are available and strongly encouraged.

The program is multidisciplinary. combining analytical and human relations
skills with know ledge drawn from social sciences and business disciplines
The degree is designed to prepare professional employment and labor



relations practitioners in public and private management, unions, neutral
agencies, government agencies, and arbitration panels.

While the department does not offer courscuork leading to an undergradu-
ate major or degree, it does offer several undergraduate courses which are
open to students of any major or college.

Department of Food and Nutrition

Website: www.iup.edu/foodnutrition

Susan S. Dahlheimer, Chairperson; Barker. Johnson, Taylor-Davis,
Wagoner; and professors emeritae Cessna, Minnick, Steiner

The Department of Food and Nutrition offers a degree program in nutri-
tion with two tracks, dietetics and general nutrition. Within the degree
program, students select a natural science option determined by their
academic preparation and career goals. This curriculum prepares students as
professionals for a diversity of career opportunities in fond service, the
food industry, food and nutrition research, and health care.

In addition, the department provides Liberal Studies courses which are
available to all university students. These include FDNT 143, an option in
the university's Liberal Studies requirements for Health and Wellness:
FDNT 145, a Liberal Studies elective: and three LBST 494 synthesis
courses (Food and Culture. The Battle for Perfection, and Screen Cuisine l

Dietetics Track

Students who complete the Dietetics Track (Didactic Program in Dietetics)
meet the academic requirements as accredited by the Commission on Ac-
creditation for Dietetics Education of the American Dietetic Association.
This track will prepare an individual to serve as a translator of food and
nutrition science information for members of the larger community with
respect to healthful food preparation, healthy eating behaviors, medical
nutrition therapy, management of nutrition delivery and food ser\ ice
systems, and advocacy for the profession of dietetics. The indh idual who
completes this program will exhibit an in-depth knowledge of food, nutri-
tion, behavioral sciences, and management theory and be able to apply this
knowledge to solve problems.

Nutrition Track

The Nutrition Track allows students to plan a curriculum based upon career
goals other than becoming a registered dietitian. Career opportunities for
these students include public health, food service administration, culinary
arts, journalism, communications, business, and gerontology.

Students who wish to pursue a career in food and nutrition research should
select the Natural Science Option II plus the nutrition track to acquire a
foundation for theoretical and applied food science and nutrition This
option meets the needs of students who wish to enter careers in food
nutrition which require a graduate education.

Nutrition Minor

This minor sequence is recommended for students majoring in the related
health disciplines such as child development, family and consumer sciences
education, nursing and allied health, food sen ice management, and health
and physical education. Students electing a minor in nutrition must com-
plete 15 credits ofcoursework from the courses listed I he completion of
this minor neither meets the requirements foi practice as a credentialed
nutritionist nor satisfies the academic requirements of the Commission on
Registration lor the American Dietetic Association as .1 registered dietitian
For additional information, contact the food and Nutrition Department.



Bachelor of Science-Nutrition/Dietetics Track

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the follow inn specifications

Health and Wellness: IIIM D 143

Mathematics: MAUI 217

Natural Science: ( III \l 101-102 or 111-112 (It

Social Science: I CON 101 or 121. PSYC KH. SOC 151

Liberal Studies Klccti\es: 3d, no onuses with ll)\l prefix



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Major:






Required <


inn iei:




FDN1 1 10


i areen in I ood and Nutrition


let


FDN1


i oods


lei


! DN1 151


I oods I aborator)


lei


! D\l


Nutrition


)CI


1 DM 213


I ife i yclc Nutrition


HI


FDN1 155


Nutrition in Disease 1


HI


1 DM


I xpcrimental I oods


let


1 DM 458


Advanced Human Nutrition


K i


I d\i 1


Human Food t onsumption Patterns


let


1 DM 484


Senioi Seminal


let


( onti oiled


I lectlves:




Dietetic! hack:




1 DM 164


Methods ol reaching


HI


1 DM 402


Community Nutrition


HI


1 DM 130


Professional topics in Food and Nutrition


HI


1 DM 455


Nutrition in Disease II


HI


1 DM 463


Nutrition Counseling


HI


IIRIM


Human Resources in the Hospitality Industry


HI


HRIM 259


Hospitality Purchasing


Jci


HRIM 11 1


I ood Production and Sen ice


4cr


MGM1 310


Principles ol Management


HI



Other Requirements: 13

Natural Science Sequence:

BIOL 105, 155, 241, CHEM 255 I3ci

Free Electlves: 6

total Degree Requirements: 120

(1) CHEM231 is also required if CHEM 1 1 1-1 12 is taken.



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Bachelor of Science-Nutrition/Nutrition Track

I iberal Studies: ^s outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Health and Wellness: HPED 143

Mathematics: MATH 217

Natural Science: CHEM 101-102 or 111-112 di

Social Science: 1 CON 101 or 121. PSYC 101. SOC 151

Liberal Studies K.lectives: (2) 3cr, no courses with FDNT prefix

Major:

Required Courses:

FDNT lio Careers in Food and Nutrition Icr

I DM 150 Foods 3cr

FDNT 151 Foods Laboratory Icr

FDNT 212 Nutrition 3cr

FDNT 213 Lite Cycle Nutrition 3cr

FDNT 355 Nutrition in Disease I Icr

! DM 362 Experimental Foods 3cr

IDS I 4sS Advanced Human Nutrition 4cr

I DS I 470 Human Food Consumption Patterns 3cr

FDNT 484 Senior Seminar Icr

Controlled Elective*: 10-28

Nutrition Track (non-DPD):

IDS I electnes i wo level and above, internship of 3cr

strongly recommended) 6cr
Program minor, certificate, second major, or core

concentration required for program completion (3) 4-22cr

Other Requirements: 13

Natural Science Sequence:

BIOL 105, 155, 241. ( 111 \l 255 13cr

Free Flectiv cs: (>-24

Total Degree Requirements: 120

( I ) (HIM 231 is also required ifCHEM 1 1 l-l 12 is taken



i 'i Pot thi Gt rontolo n imiii 1 100 oi PSYi

hcapplicd.is.il ifici.il studies I lective For the Business Admini
Hon minoi ECON 1 22 > an be applied as a I iberal Studies I lective

I t ) Select one ol the follow up.'

• Mm. ii in Biology, Business Administration, ( he

( ommunications Media I ducational rechnology, loumali
i' . Science

• i ;n < nl ii in \ \n . ..i i Icrontoli

• Core concentration in Hospitality Management (FDN1
HRIM 101 i,26 113 402 HRIM Jet elect.

Physical Education and Spoil HUM I) 119, 410. 41 I. 492, and
HP! D 343 oi I '5 oi 412)



Minor-Nutrition

Required (nurses:
FDNT 212 Nutrition
FDNT 2 1 5
FDNT 24s
FDNT 355
I DM 470



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I ife ( ycle Nutrition

Spi 'i i i Nutrition

Nutrition in Disease I

Human Food Consumption Patterns or



Jci

3c r
3cr ( I )

3cr
3cr



FDNT 402 Community Nutrition



i I i Students nol interested in FDNT 245 may select both FDNT 402 and

470 ill place ol" FDNT 245.



Department of Health and Physical Education

Website: www.iup.edu healthphysed

Elaine II. Blair. Chairperson; Ronald L. Irenncy. Assistant Chairper-
son; Alman, Bayles, Black. Brunette), Cortazzo, Deutschlander, Hsiao.

klmgaman. Kostelnik, l.orcn/i. McK.ee. Racchini. Rivera, Robinson,
Sloniger, Smith; and professors emeriti Aierstock. Beck. Blacksmith,
(lark. Dakak. Davis. Dickie, lit/. Godlasky, Grove, llomfcck,
Liseinsky. Mill. Montgomery. Moore. Ncal, Sled/ik, Sloniger. Sutton.
I ucker

The Department of Health and Physical Education provides the following
services:

1 . instruction in health and wellness courses as part of the university's
Liberal Studies requirement

2. instruction in health and physical education courses as Physical
Education course electives

3. an undergraduate program in health and physical education that leads
to the Bachelor of Science in Education degree with potential
certification to teach in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

4. Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education and Sport which
includes programs in Aquatics. Exercise Science, and Sport
Administration

5. Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training

6. Certification program in Driver I ducation



Required Program-Liberal Studies



I he department, through its Health and Wellness course in the Liberal
Studies program, seeks to enhance the overall well-being of Students
through instruction planned to promote and maintain desirable levc
physical, mental, emotional, and social well-being. Self-responsibility in the
following dimensions of wellness is emphasized: nutritional awareness,
stress awareness and management, exercise and fitness, substance use and
abuse, and sexually transmitted diseases AIDS. The importance ol reducing
risk factors for chronic degenerative disease and managing lifestyle factors
lor promotion of health is presented with implication lor both the present
and future. Information is provided during class lectures and enhanced bv a
variety ol practical learning experiences which give students opportunities
for self-assessment and personal application of the subject matter.

In addition, the department otters a variety of I -credit activity courses
focusing on physical fitness and the development of skills essential for
recreation and lifetime sports Instruction is offered in many activities
including golf, resistive exercise, scuba, swimming, and tennis.



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The university's Liberal Studies requirements require that each student suc-
cessfully complete HPED 143 or its alternates, l'DNT 143 or NURS 14V
Students may also elect to take 4 credits of the R.OTC program (MLSC
101-102) as an alternate to the wellness courses. Activity courses will con-
tinue to be offered, although they are no longer required. It is encouraged
and recommended that students choose these courses as elective credits.

Bachelor of Science Degree-Physical Education and Sport

The Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Physical Education and
Sport provides greater emphasis on sport science subject matter/content
and less on pedagogy. Students who select this degree program generally
apply their knowledge in the areas of exercise science, community and
corporate fitness, cardiac rehabilitation, sport industry management, and/or
executive fitness programming. The physical education and sport degree
program is a non-teacher certification progTam. Students pursuing this
degree may be required to purchase a personal liability insurance policy and
obtain certain clearances before beginning the preprofessional experience.
the internship, or any other field experience on or off campus.

Three specialty programs of study have been developed for the degree
program in Physical Education and Sport. These programs, in addition to
the Nutrition minor within the Physical Education and Sport program, and
a business minor in conjunction with the Sport Administration program,
provide students with an innovative, relevant, and challenging curriculum
and at the same time encourage the promotion of interdisciplinary work.
Course content is focused toward specific professions, as well as toward dif-
ferent national credentialing possibilities. Student internships and prepro-
fessional experiences can be more appropriately focused to enhance
opportunities for postgraduate employment. Furthermore, these programs
provide emphasis in specific subject content areas and teach skills neces-
sary for students to assume leadership roles in careers related to the health
fitness industry as well as the sport science industry.

Aquatics

This program of study is designed to provide students with the knowledge
and skills necessary to assume leadership roles, both instructional and
administrative, in a variety of professional settings. These opportunities
include school districts, both for profit and nonprofit community
organizations, and aquatic coaching.

Exercise Science

IUP's Exercise Science program is accredited by the Commission on
Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs according to standards
established by the Committee on Accreditation for the Exercise Sciences.
This program provides students with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to
seek employment in private and commercial fitness clubs, medical fitness
facilities, sport specific and conditioning facilities, and clinical settings such
as cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation programs. This program has an
academic core, specialty classes in exercise assessment, programming, and
prescription and opportunities for work site experience.

While students may select Exercise Science as one of several tracks in the
Health and Physical Education Department, students must demonstrate
above-average academic performance by maintaining programmatic
standards including: ( 1 ) minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA for transfer students
outside and within IUP; (2| a minimum of a "C" grade in major core 1 xer-
cise Science classes, including: HPED 285, 286. 319. 343. 347. 375. 410,
411, 414, 492. and 493; (3) prior to graduation, successful completion of
an NCCA (National Commission for Certifying Agencies) approved health
and fitness certification. Student transcripts will be reviewed each semester
by the individual academic advisor and reported to the I xercise Science
Program coordinator for compliance with the academic requirements
Specific worksite experiences ma) be contingent upon students' obtaining
student liability insurance and selected health clearances such as physical,
TB. and drug screening.

Sport Administration

This program prepares students to use a variety ol skills to function in a
management capacity within the sport industry Graduates of this program
can seek employment in such areas as school and college athletic depart
ments. coaching, community recreation organizations, minor and majoi



league sports franchises, commercial sport facilities, and goll courses, as
well as other athletic and sports-related industries Students will acquire
management skills that can be used m multiple career tracks Successful
completion of this program of Stud) will also cam the student a Minor in
Business from IliP's Iberly College of Business and Information Technol-
ogy-

Bachelor of Science Degree-Athletic Training

IUP's Athletic Training program is accredited by the Commission on
Accreditation of Athletic Training Education. This program prepares
Students with the knowledge, skills, and experience to provide prevention,
evaluation, acute management, and rehabilitation and/or reconditioning
services to professional and amateur athletes and other indiv iduals involved
in sports, exercise, and physical activity in general. The program has an
academic and a clinical education and experience component. The clinical
education and experience component entails a series of eight sequential
laboratory courses and a minimum of four semesters of supen iscd field
experience with the IUP Department of Athletics and affiliated clinical
settings (sports medicine clinics, physicians' offices hospitals, and high
schools). Students must file an application for admission into the program
during their fourth semester at IUP (spring of their sophomore yean
Formal admission into the program is a prerequisite for assignment to
clinical field experiences and enrollment in upper-level courses.

Admission into the program is competitive, and fulfillment of the mini-
mum eligibility requirements docs not guarantee admission. Each year, the
program will select a predetermined number of students from the eligible
candidate pool based on demonstrated academic achievement and the
evaluation of other criteria (letters of recommendation, essay, etc ) The
Athletic Training Selection Committee will review all completed applica-
tions and rank students according to the specified criteria. The number of
candidates admitted each year may vary with the quality of the candidate
pool, available clinical experience sites, and available supervision Students
not admitted initially may reapply the following year. The minimum
standards for eligibility are: (1 ) sophomore status (minimum of 48 credits).
(2) a minimum 2.7 cumulative GPA. (3) a minimum of a "C" grade in
HPED 175. 221. 345. and 346. (4) two letters of recommendation.

(5) satisfactory completion of a one-semester directed clinical observation.

(6) a written essay, and (7) a completed ami signed "technical standards"
form. Official admission and subsequent assignment to field experiences are
also contingent upon obtaining student liability insurance, health clearances
(physical. TB. speech, and hearing), and Acts 34. 151. and 1 14 clearances
(state and federal criminal and child abuse records). Once admitted, students
must continue to demonstrate above-average academic and clinical perfor-
mance in order to remain in good standing (specific program retention and
completion guidelines apply). Students should obtain an Athletic Training
Program overview or admissions packet from the department lor lull
details.

Bachelor of Science in Education
Degree-Health and Physical Education

The Health and Physical Education program is accredited by the National
Council for Accreditation ofTeachei 1 ducation in boih Health I ducatioo
(with accreditation criteria defined by the American Association for Health
Education) and Physical I ducation (with accreditation criteria defined b>
the National Association for Sport and Pin steal Education).

Requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science in I ducation W ith a

majoi in Health and Physical Education include the university's liberal

Studies requirements. Professional I ducation requirements, and the Health
and Physical Education core requirements. Upon completion of the degree
program and successful!) passing the Praxis Exam, the student is qualified
for an Instructional I Certificate in Health and Physical I ducation, issued
by the Pennsylvania Department ofl ducation in Harrisburg llns certifi-
cate is valid for teaching health and physical education m grades K-12 for
three years in the public schools ol Pennsylvania. All students seeking

Pennsylvania certification must follow the '-Step Process described in the

section "Admission to fcacher Education and Certification" found in the
< ollege ol I ducation and Educational [echnologj section oi this catalog



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Health and Physical Education Core



I hi- Health .nui Physical I ducation curriculum identifies .1 required 1 01
studies which emphasizes .1 body ol knowledge relevant to the stud) "i
professional health and physical education, .is well .is the study ol physical
education and spoil • ourses contained in the core an thosi which arc
intended to enable students t<> identify and solve problems b) Bppl;
relevant knowledge and also to engage in sell directed leamin

< landidates foi degree programs in I lealtfa and Phy sical I ducation musl
ilciiuinsii.no acceptable cognitive and psychomotoi qualifications .is well as
desirable charactei and personality h.his rhe professional programs seek
to fostet those qualities ol individual charactei and competence that are
inherent in personal and professional maturity Specific competencies and
cum Ktil urn requirements are defined within each degree-specific program
and student progress is supervised by the academic advisor.

Driver Education

1 andidates foi the drivei education certification must possess, 01 be a
candidate for, .1 valid Pennsylvania certificate in any area of certification
\ student must currently complete the following foui courses lll'l D 251,
252. 353, and 154 Students must request the certificate in driver education
when they apply foi graduation For students who have already graduated,
contact the Office of the Dean, College ol I ducation and l ducational
rechnology, foi correct procedures

Aquatics School Course Offerings

I ach sununei the department oilers the annual Aquatics School. Students
attending musl possess the necessary aquatic prerequisites \ fee will be
charged \ll courses m.i> be taken foi college credit, if the student is eligible
and pays the additional tuition fee For more information, contact the
aquatic director.

Bachelor of Science-Physical Education and Sport (*)

Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section 48

with the following specifications

Mathematics: MATH 217

Natural Science: BIOL 103-104, CHEM 101-102, or SCI 105-106

Social Science: PSYC 101, SOC 151

liberal Studies Klcctives: 3cr, I DNT 145. no courses with

Mil D prefix

Major:

Core Requirements: 23

lll'l I) 142 Foundations of Health, Physical Education,

and Sport 3ci

lll'l I) 175 Prevention and Care of Injuries to the

Physically Active 2ci

HPED209 Motor Behavioi 3cr

lll'l l") 221 Human Structure and Function 3cr

lll'l I) 341 Evaluation in Health and Physical I ducation 3cr
lll'l 1) 343 Physiology of Exercise )ci

HPED 441 Psychosocial Implications for Health and

Physical Education 3cr

lll'l 1) 442 Senior Seminar: Professional Development

in Health. Physical Education, and Sport 3cr

Professional Requirements: 24

lll'l I) 2 $0 Aerobic Illness 2cr

lll'l D 263 Aquatics,,/- lcr

lll'l I) 261 Water Safety Instructoi
lll'l D 315 Biomechanics Jci

HPED 319 Preprofessional Experience II 3cr

HPED 344 Adapted Physical Activity and Sport Jci

lll'l 11 175 Physiological Basis of Strength Training 3cr

HPED 410 Exercise Prescription 3cr

lll'l D 41 1 Physical Fitness Appraisal 3cr

lll'l 412 Physical Activity and Stress Management 3cr

Controlled Elective*: (1) 12

Select I2cr from the following: BIOL 151, 155, I2cr

HPED 335, 413, 492, PHYS 151, 161, SAFE 347



I 1 1 1 I In lixes:

lotai Degree Requirements:



13

12(1



i*( Admit ioi permission of advisor only

1 1 1 Nutrition minoi may lubstitutc foi Controlled Elective*; sec Depart-
ment ol 1 ood and Nutrition



Bachelor of Science-Physical Education and Sport-Exercise
Science (*)



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Liberal studies: \s outlined in I iberal Studies section
with the following specifications
Mathematics: M \m 101, 217

Natural Science: HUM 103 104, I III M 101-102, 01 S( I 105-106
Social Science: PSY< 101 SOC 151

Liberal Studies Llccli\cs: hi. 1 |)\l 145, no courses Willi
lll'l I) prefix

Major: 23

(ore Requirements:

lll'l I) 142 Foundations of Health, Physical Education,

and Spoil Jci

lll'l I) 175 Prevention and Care of Injuries to the

Physically Active 2cr

HPED 209 Motor Behavior 3cr

HPED 221 Human Structure and Function 3cr

lll'l I) 341 Evaluation in Health and Physical Edu< 3cr

lll'l I) 343 Physiology of Exercise 3cr

lll'l l> 441 Psychosocial Implications for Health and

Physical Education 3cr

HPED 442 Senior Seminar: Professional Development

in Health. Physical Education, and Spon 3cr
Exercise Science Requirements: 46

BIOL 151 Human Physiology 4cr

lll'l I) 261 Water Safety Instructoi or lcr

HPED 263 Aquatics

IIPI I) 2s5 Group/Individual Exercise Leadership 3ci

HPED 286 Strength Personal I raining Praeticum 2cr

lll'l I) 315 Biomechanics 3cr

HPED 319 Preprofessional Experience II 3cr

lll'l I) 344 Adapted Physical Activity and Sport 3cr

HPED 347 Physiology of Exercise Laboratory lcr

HPED 375 Physiological Basis of Strength Iraming 3cr

HPED 410 Exercise Prescription 3cr

HPED 41 I Physical Fitness Appraisal 3cr

HPED 412 Physical Activity and Stress Management 3cr

HPED 413 Physical Activity and Aging 3cr

HPED 414 Exercise Electrocardiography 2cr

lll'l I) 492 Health fitness Instruction 3cr

HPED 493 Internship 3cr

PHYS 151 Medical Physics Lecture 3cr

Free Electixcs:

Total Degree Requirements:

(*) Program revisions pending Council of Trustees Approval in

September 2009.



Bachelor of Science-Physical Education and Sport-Sport
Administration



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Liberal Studies: As outlined in Liberal Studies section

with the following specifications:

Mathematics: MAUI 217



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