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  • Appalachian State University / Environmental Science (BS)
    of core introductory courses in Physics Chemistry Biology and Geology are taken along with 2 semesters of calculus and a statistics course Another 20 semester hours of environmental courses such as ecology environmental chemistry and Geographical Information Systems among others are required as well The curriculum is rounded out with at least 12 additional semester hours in concentration areas Chemistry Geophysical Sciences and or Biology Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Minors A minor is optional However students must take at least 12 additional semester hours in concentration areas Chemistry Geophysical Sciences and or Biology View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Environmental Sciences Club engages students of all disciplines in environmental awareness and promotes interdisciplinary research opportunities Journal of Student Research in Environmental Science at Appalachian A collection of non peer reviewed articles submitted by students of the Environmental Science Program at Appalachian State University as part of their active learning project The articles represent a range of multi disciplinary topics Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Students are encouraged to seek research experiences on campus with faculty mentors as well as off campus through programs such as the National Science Foundation s Research Experience for Undergraduates REU program Internships are encouraged Host sites include U S Forest Service Environmental Protection Agency and the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center Appalachian s mountain location is ideal for providing opportunities in sustainable development stream systems hazards and risk assessment forest ecology air quality and climate issues and the cumulative effects of agricultural forestry and recreational practices on soil and water resources Number of Students Approximately 50 declared majors 100 total majors Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Some of these jobs may require education beyond a bachelor s degree Air Pollution Analyst Air Quality Technician Botanist Conservation Land Manager Ecologist EPA Inspector Fisheries Conservationist Forester Ground Water Manager Habitat Manager Hydrologist Land Use Planner Natural Resource Manager Naturalist Nature Conservationist NEPA certified Environmental Professional Park Ranger Park Resource Ecologist Public Health Worker Reforestation Specialist Research Assistant Resource Economist Soil Conservationist State Parks Recreation Worker Various Positions with US and State Government Waste Management Technician Water Quality Technician Wildlife Biologist Wildlife Resources Worker View more career possibilities Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Environmental Science Dr Chris Thaxton Director Environmental Science Program thaxtoncs appstate edu 828 262 6836 College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian s largest college The College of Arts and Sciences has more than 500 faculty members and approximately 5 400 students majoring in 86 academic programs The college accounted for 32 percent of declared majors at Appalachian in 2014 15 Because the college is larg ely responsible for teaching courses in Appalachian s General Education curriculum it is heavily involved in the education of all students including those pursuing

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  • Appalachian State University / Environmental Science (BS) - Environmental Professional
    care of our Starship Earth Meet more faculty Courses A suite of core introductory courses in Physics Chemistry Biology and Geology are taken along with 2 semesters of calculus and a statistics course Another 20 semester hours of environmental courses such as ecology environmental chemistry and Geographical Information Systems among others are required as well The curriculum is rounded out with at least 12 additional semester hours in professional concentration areas economics policy planning law communications internship and report writing Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Fermentation Sciences BS Chemistry BS Environmental Geology BS Quantitative Geoscience Biology BS Ecology Evolution and Environmental Biology Minors A minor is optional However students must take at least 12 additional semester hours in concentration areas Chemistry Geophysical Sciences and or Biology View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Environmental Sciences Club engages students of all disciplines in environmental awareness and promotes interdisciplinary research opportunities Journal of Student Research in Environmental Science at Appalachian A collection of non peer reviewed articles submitted by students of the Environmental Science Program at Appalachian State University as part of their active learning project The articles re present a range of multi disciplinary topics Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Students are encouraged to seek research experiences on campus with faculty mentors as well as off campus through programs such as the National Science Foundation s Research Experience for Undergraduates REU program Internships are encouraged Host sites include U S Forest Service Environmental Protection Agency and the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center Appalachian s mountain location is ideal for providing opportunities in sustainable development stream systems hazards and risk assessment forest ecology air quality and climate issues and the cumulative effects of agricultural forestry and recreational practices on soil and water resources Number of Students Approximately 50 declared majors 100 total majors Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Some of these jobs may require education beyond a bachelor s degree Air Pollution Analyst Air Quality Technician Botanist Conservation Land Manager Ecologist EPA Inspector Fisheries Conservationist Forester Ground Water Manager Habitat Manager Hydrologist Land Use Planner Natural Resource Manager Naturalist Nature Conservationist NEPA certified Environmental Professional Park Ranger Park Resource Ecologist Public Health Worker Reforestation Specialist Research Assistant Resource Economist Soil Conservationist State Parks Recreation Worker Various Positions with US and State Government Waste Management Technician Water Quality Technician Wildlife Biologist Wildlife Resources Worker View more career possibilities Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Environmental Science Dr Chris Thaxton Director Environmental Science Program thaxtoncs appstate edu 828 262 6836 College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian s largest college The College of Arts and Sciences has more than 500 faculty members and approximately 5 400 students majoring in 86 academic programs The college accounted for 32 percent of declared

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  • Appalachian State University / Exercise Science (BS) - Clinical Exercise Physiology
    professional clinical programs at high rates which is due to the academic and lab experiences they have here at Appalachian Dr Scott Collier whose research focuses on the beneficial effects of exercise on cardiovascular health Meet more faculty Courses Students take a 32 hour Exercise Science core plus 30 hours in the Clinical Exercise Physiology concentration The concentration s core courses include Gerontology Health Behavior Change Concepts of Clinical Exercise Testing Electrocardiograhic Interpretation Cardiopulmonary Pathophysiology and Rehabilitation Exercise Prescription and Chronic Disease Management Program of Study Four Year Guide click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Minors A minor is not required but pursuing a minor in Health Promotion is recommended View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Exercise Science Club designed for students majoring or minoring in exercise science or those interested in the field of exercise science The club is a great way for students to meet each other and learn important information about the major and what you can do with it after graduation Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The Department of Health and Exercise Science is primarily housed in the Holmes Convocation Center which has 13 advanced laboratories 10 classrooms and extensive public service areas Students gain valuable skills through applied laboratory experiences in state of the art facilities The Human Performance Laboratory Complex houses the Human Performance Hydrostatic and Fisher Hamilton Nycom Biochemistry laboratories There are also Neuromuscular and Biomechanics laboratories in the department A required internship further enhances academic preparation and practical experience Students have opportunities to conduct research alongside their professors and contribute to finding innovative solutions for regional and national problems They also present their findings at professional conferences Faculty in the Department of Health and Exercise Science are nationally and internationally known researchers who are also expert teachers Number of Students 75 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Some of these jobs may require education beyond a bachelor s degree Biomedical Research Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Specialist Community Corporate Wellness Coordinator Emergency Medical Technician Exercise Physiologists Fitness Director Coordinator Health Consultant Industrial Fitness Specialist Massage Therapist Occupational or Physical Therapist View more career possibilities Contacts Beaver College of Health Sciences Department of Health and Exercise Science Dr Scott Collier colliersr appstate edu 828 262 7145 Department of Health and Exercise Science The department prepares students for the health and fitness industries through degree programs in Athletic Training Exercise Science and Health Promotion Beaver College of Health Sciences The Beaver College of Health Sciences opened in 2010 as the result of an Appalachian commitment to significantly enhance the health and quality of life for individuals families and communities in North Carolina and beyond Exciting Growing Career Fields Nearly all undergraduate programs are in fields recognized as growing faster than average for all

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  • Appalachian State University / Exercise Science (BS) - Pre-Professional
    but pursuing a minor in Biology Chemistry Psychology Health Promotion Nutrition or Health Care Management is recommended View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Exercise Science Club designed for students majoring or minoring in exercise science or those interested in the field of exercise science The club is a great way for students to meet each other and learn important information about the major and what you can do with it after graduation Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The Department of Health and Exercise Science is primarily housed in the Holmes Convocation Center which has 13 advanced laboratories 10 classrooms and extensive public service areas Students gain valuable skills through applied laboratory experiences in state of the art facilities The Human Performance Laboratory Complex houses the Human Performance Hydrostatic and Fisher Hamilton Nycom Biochemistry laboratories There are also Neuromuscular and Biomechanics laboratories in the department Students have opportunities to conduct research alongside their professors and contribute to finding innovative solutions for regional and national problems They also present their findings at professional conferences Number of Students 475 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers These jobs require education beyond a bachelor s degree Physical therapists Occupational therapists Physicians Physician assistants View more career possibilities Contacts Beaver College of Health Sciences Department of Health and Exercise Science Dr Scott Collier colliersr appstate edu 828 262 7145 Department of Health and Exercise Science The department prepares students for the health and fitness industries through degree programs in Athletic Training Exercise Science and Health Promotion Beaver College of Health Sciences The Beaver College of Health Sciences opened

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  • Appalachian State University / Exercise Science (BS) - Strength and Conditioning
    Collier Our program is one of the top undergrad and master s degree programs in the nation Our students gain acceptance into professional clinical programs at high rates which is due to the academic and lab experiences they have here at Appalachian Dr Scott Collier whose research focuses on the beneficial effects of exercise on cardiovascular health Meet more faculty Courses Students take a 32 hour Exercise Science core plus 30 hours in the Strength and Conditioning concentration The concentration s core courses include Strength and Conditioning Theory and Practice Intro to Athletic Training Practicum Strength and Conditioning Survey of Sports Performance Psychological Aspects of Sport Program of Study Four Year Guide click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Exercise Science BS Pre Professional Exercise Science BS Clinical Exercise Physiology Minors A minor is not required but some students choose to minor in Nutrition View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Exercise Science Club designed for students majoring or minoring in exercise science or those interested in the field of exercise science The club is a great way for students to meet each other and learn important information about the major and what you can do with it after graduation Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The Department of Health and Exercise Science is primarily housed in the Holmes Convocation Center which has 13 advanced laboratories 10 classrooms and extensive public service areas Students gain valuable skills through applied laboratory experiences in state of the art facilities The Human Performance Laboratory Complex houses the Human Performance Hydrostatic and Fisher Hamilton Nycom Biochemistry laboratories There are also Neuromuscular and Biomechanics laboratories in the department Students have opportunities to conduct research alongside their professors and contribute to finding innovative solutions for regional and national problems They also present their findings at professional conferences Number of Students 60 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Strength and Conditioning coach high school Strength and Conditioning coach college or university Strength and Conditioning coach professional sports Personal trainer Corporate fitness View more career possibilities Contacts Beaver College of Health Sciences Department of Health and Exercise Science Dr Scott Collier colliersr appstate edu 828 262 7145 Department of Health and Exercise Science The department prepares students for the health and fitness industries through degree programs in Athletic Training Exercise Science and Health Promotion Beaver College of Health Sciences The Beaver College of Health Sciences opened in 2010 as the result of an Appalachian commitment to significantly enhance the health and quality of life for individuals families and communities in North Carolina and beyond Exciting Growing Career Fields Nearly all undergraduate programs are in fields recognized as growing faster than average for all occupations by the U S Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics

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  • Appalachian State University / Fermentation Sciences (BS)
    California Davis People Alumnus Profile Andrew Gibson 14 Assistant brewer at North Carolina s Mother Earth Brewing Andrew Gibson describes his work as alive and tangible Faculty Profile Dr Seth Cohen Top notch laboratories and a close knit community of learners are among the reasons Dr Seth Cohen encourages prospective students to choose Appalachian for fermentation science Meet more faculty Courses Students take courses in chemistry biology business and mathematical science and statistics with additional choices of courses in sustainable development nutrition and technology and environmental design Core courses include Principles of Fermentation Science Social Implications of Fermented Beverages Viticulture Vine Physiology and Vineyard Establishment Facility Design and Operation Wine Production and Analysis Brewing Science and Analysis Sensory Analysis of Wine and Beer Distillation Technology Biofuels and Bioprocessing Fermented Meats and Dairy Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Chemistry BS Certified Chemist Chemistry BS Fermentation Sciences Minors Nearly every Fermentation Sciences student completes a minor in Chemistry and many pursue minors in Biology or Entrepreneurship View all minors Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The craft beverage industry is expanding rapidly in North Carolina and the Southeast drawing dozens of small medium and national business each year This creates a strong job market and career potential The program has a high level of student engagement and research independent study Students develop their laboratory techniques with state of the art instrumentation in Appalachian s Enology Services Laboratory which provides analytic services to industry sensory analysis and contract research nationwide The Fermentation Sciences pilot plant offers students hands on experience in production systems operations and management instrumentation and mechanics and recipe and product development Number of Students Approximately 100 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Brewing Production Wine Production Distillation Technologies Food and Beverage Processing Applied Biotechnology Bio manufacturing Bio pharmaceuticals Process Engineering Environmental Remediation Waste and Water Treatment Agriculture Value Addition Development of Sustainable Energy and Resources Applied Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Applied Microbiology and Systems Biology Business Development and Entrepreneurship Federal employment with the USDA FDA CDC NREL Graduate studies and research and development in these areas View more career possibilities Contacts Dr Seth Cohen Director of Fermentation Sciences Program 828 262 8345 cohensd appstate edu College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian s largest college The College of Arts and Sciences has more than 500 faculty members and approximately 5 400 students majoring in 86 academic programs The college accounted for 32 percent of declared majors at Appalachian in 2014 15 Because the college is larg ely responsible for teaching courses in Appalachian s General Education curriculum it is heavily involved in the education of all students including those pursuing majors in other colleges The college accounted for 48 percent of the instruction provided at Appalachian in 2014 15 16 academic departments Appalachian s College of Arts and Sciences nurtures students capabilities in research creative thought and problem solving through 16

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  • Appalachian State University / Finance and Banking (BSBA)
    on the S P 500 index In 2014 members won the North Carolina Chartered Financial Analyst Society Research Challenge making it the fourth win in six years for Appalachian Appalachian has the best overall record among North Carolina schools Members visit New York s financial district each fall Finance Student Association FSA For students with an interest in finance including non finance and banking majors The association promotes exposure to finance and banking explores opportunities for employment and builds relationships among the members faculty business professionals Members visit New York s financial district each fall Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society Membership is the highest international recognition a student in business can receive in an undergraduate or master s program at an AACSB accredited school Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society All business students fulfill an international requirement and an increasing number choose to study abroad through a wide variety of exchange programs The college maintains partnerships with universities across the globe and continues to expand groundbreaking opportunities in emerging markets For this major there are two study abroad programs Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society All business students fulfill an international requirement and an increasing number choose to study abroad through a wide variety of exchange programs The college maintains partnerships with universities across the globe and continues to expand groundbreaking opportunities in emerging markets For this major there are two study abroad options under the same course number FIN 4800 Students travel to Bermuda to meet with experts in the insurance profession scientists studying climate change and the Bermuda Tourism Authority FIN 4800 Students travel to London s financial district home to many of the world s largest insurers and reinsurers Admission Requirements Requirements for declaring a major within the Walker College of Business are detailed here Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Finance and Banking students have opportunities to not only study financial markets but also gain real time experience through coursework and through programs and activities such as the Bowden Investment Group and the Finance Student Association The Department of Finance Banking and Insurance maintains strong corporate relationships which benefit students during and after their college years Finance Professor Harry Davis serves as the dean of the North Carolina School of Banking and as an instructor for the South Carolina School of Banking Approximately 30 percent of Finance students double major in RMI because requirements in one major counts as electives in the other Regarding job placement the majors boost one another Number of Students Approximately 250 Method of Delivery On campus only with some online classes Careers Auditor Bank Examiner Regulator Bank Loan Officer Bank Manager Bank Representative Bookkeeper Branch Manager Business Manager Chief Executive Officer Chief Financial Officer Claim Adjuster Examiner Commodities Trader Controller Credit Analyst Financial Analyst Financial Consultant Financial Economist Financial Planner

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  • Appalachian State University / Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies (BA)
    A minor and completion of 6 hours of language at the intermediate level or higher are required for the BA degree Program of Study Four Year Guide click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Minors A minor is required Since questions of gender and sexuality have broad relevance this degree is complemented by a minor or double major in any field Advisors work with students to identify minors that best match their interests The GWS program offers the following 15 hour minors a GWS minor LGBT Studies minor and Girls Studies minor View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Many GWS majors are involved in leadership activities across campus including leadership in several student clubs and other organizations As a result of student interest a GWS student club will be organized in 2015 2016 GWS also provides support for internships study abroad and community engagement Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society GWS students can take a study abroad course led by a GWS affiliate or core faculty member as an elective when the content is relevant Faculty can help students identify relevant opportunities Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Students in this program are poised to be transformational leaders in their fields workplaces and communities GWS has innovative curricula student research opportunities community engagement internships study abroad and more This degree is part of the new Department of Cultural Gender and Global Studies which houses two other interdisciplinary degree programs Global Studies and Interdisciplinary Studies The GWS major is completed by a required minor GWS students have an opportunity to complete their senior capstone experience through a course or internship Formerly named Women s Studies the program is the second oldest program in gender studies in North Carolina The program changed its name to GWS in 2015 in order to better reflect the scope of its curriculum student interest and faculty research Number of Students 25 majors 40 minors and 2 graduate certificate graduate minor students Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Human rights and diversity leadership Advocates for victims of domestic violence and hate crimes Social and human services Business entrepreneurship Director university women s center or LGBT center Equity and diversity education leader Professor Student development professional Clergy Public health research and education Nursing Environmental research activism and sustainability Broadcasting journalism news media and new media online Government public policy politics law Science and technology research etc Artist Publishing writer editor etc Nonprofit organizations View more career possibilities Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Cultural Gender and Global Studies Dr Kim Q Hall Director of Gender Women s and Sexuality Studies hallki appstate edu 828 262 7603 or 828 262 6817 Department of Cultural Gender and Global Studies The department offers degrees in Global Studies Interdisciplinary Studies and Gender Women s

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