Exercise Biology, Minor College of Biological Sciences
Learn how physical activity levels impact human form and function. The courses are designed to foster intellectual curiosity, problem-solving and critical thinking skills, in the context of understanding organismal animal (including human) biology.
Aldrin V. Gomes, Ph.D.
Biology Academic Success Center (BASC) in 1023 Katherine Esau Science Hall (formerly Sciences Laboratory Building); 530-752-0410.
Only one course used to satisfy a requirement for the minor may be applied toward a student’s major.
|Choose at least 15 units:||15|
|Clinical Exercise Physiology|
|Exercise & Aging in Health & Disease|
|Physiology of Maximal Human Performance|
|Neuromuscular & Behavioral Aspects of Motor Control|
|Kinesiology: Analysis & Control of Human Movement|
|Exercise Biology or other approved course; an additional 3 upper division units from either the previous list of Exercise Biology (EXB) courses or from:||3|
|Human Gross Anatomy|
|Genes & Gene Expression|
|Biomolecules & Metabolism|