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  • Appalachian State University / Psychology (BS) - Business
    hours of math and science courses The Business concentration requires a minimum of 21 hours that come from at least two of the following academic areas accounting business computer information systems economics finance management marketing health care management political science and law Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Psychology BA Psychology BS Health Studies Psychology BS Human Services Psychology BS Natural Science Psychology BS Social Science Minors A minor is not required but the General Business minor is possible to complete within the Business concentration View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Appalachian State University Chapter of Psi Chi A chapter of the national honor society in psychology sponsored by the American Psychological Association APA It is open to students who complete 9 hours of psychology course and meet a cumulative GPA requirements Students in the department are involved with research presentation days and competitions through the Council on Undergraduate Research including the National Conference on Undergraduate Research Southeastern Psychological Association a regional psychological association affiliated with the American Psychological Association APA Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Along with faculty led study abroad programs the Department of Psychology offers a study abroad program through Keele University in England Admission Requirements Must complete at least 30 credit hours of Appalachian course work and complete freshman and sophomore English in order to be admitted into the major Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Students at both the undergraduate and graduate level participate in research with faculty on a volunteer basis or for academic credit Each semester approximately 70 100 students participate in research Business concentration students are taught by expert faculty in the Department of Psychology as well as the Walker College of Business Students are encouraged to pursue an internship with the help of the department s internship coordinator The Department of Psychology offers four graduate degrees in clinical school experimental psychology and industrial organizational human resources management Scholarships are available through the department Number of Students Approximately 900 undergraduates in the Department of Psychology Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Community Relations Director Corporate Merchandising Manager Customer Service Manager Employee Assistance Director Employment Agency Counselor Employment Recruiter Human Resources Administrator Job Developer Labor Relations Manager Labor Relations Specialist Market Research Analyst Minority Group and Race Relations Director Motivational Researcher Personnel Interviewer Personnel Manager Sales Representative Training and Development Professional Wage Benefits Analyst View more career possibilities Careers in Psychology American Psychological Association Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Psychology James Denniston Chair dennistonjc appstate edu 828 262 2272 x402 Department of Psychology The Department of Psychology promotes understanding of the science of psychology It seeks to prepare undergraduate students with transferable skills and knowledge of the discipline of psychology and train graduate students as professionals in the scientist practitioner model as well as for more advanced study College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian

    Original URL path: http://www.appstate.edu/academics/majors/id/psychology-business (2016-02-17)
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  • Appalachian State University / Psychology (BS) - Health Studies
    Courtney Smith decided to enter a clinical psychology doctoral program she felt more than ready because of her Appalachian education Courses This degree requires students to complete psychology class requirements as well as a minimum of 21 hours of courses related to the concentration and 15 hours of science and math requirements The degree requirements are divided into sections Introduction to Discipline classes 3 credit hours Statistics class 3 4 hours Research methods class 4 credit hours Foundations of psychology classes 12 credit hours Doing psychology 3 credit hours of lab field work and or research courses Applied psychology 6 credit hours of classes that cover specific aspects of psychology application including educational organizational and behavioral psychology Capstone course 3 hours Psychology Electives 6 hours Science Math requirements 15 hours of math and science courses The Health Studies concentration requires students to complete a minimum of 21 semester hours in the following fields of study biology exercise science health promotion and or philosophy Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Psychology BA Psychology BS Business Psychology BS Human Services Psychology BS Natural Science Psychology BS Social Science Minors A minor is not required but is possible to complete within the Health Studies concentration View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Appalachian State University Chapter of Psi Chi A chapter the national honor society in psychology sponsored by the American Psychological Association It is open to students who complete nine hours of psychology course and meet a cumulative GPA requirements Students in the department are involved with research presentation days and competitions through the Council on Undergraduate Research including the National Conference on Undergraduate Research Southeastern Psychological Association a regional psychological association affiliated with the American Psychological Association APA Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Along with faculty led study abroad programs the Department of Psychology offers a study abroad program through Keele University in England Admission Requirements Must complete at least 30 credit hours of Appalachian course work and complete freshman and sophomore English in order to be admitted into the major Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The Department of Psychology has a strong core of faculty with clinical psychology interests and backgrounds The department has an active internship program in which approximately 20 students participate in an internship for class credit per semester Students at both the undergraduate and graduate level participate in research with faculty on a volunteer basis or for academic credit Each semester approximately 70 100 students participate in research per semester The Department of Psychology offers four graduate degrees in clinical school experimental psychology and industrial organizational human resources management Scholarships are available through the department Number of Students Approximately 900 undergraduates in the Department of Psychology Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Some of these jobs require education beyond a bachelor s degree Counselor Crisis Intervention Counselor Health Coach Health

    Original URL path: http://www.appstate.edu/academics/majors/id/psychology-health-studies (2016-02-17)
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  • Appalachian State University / Psychology (BS) - Human Services
    to complete psychology class requirements as well as a minimum of 21 hours of courses related to the concentration and 15 hours of science and math requirements The courses are divided into eight main sections Introduction to Discipline classes 3 credit hours Statistics class 3 4 hours Research methods class 4 credit hours Foundations of psychology classes 12 credit hours Doing psychology 3 credit hours of lab field work and or research courses Applied psychology 6 credit hours of classes that cover specific aspects of psychology application including educational organizational and behavioral psychology Capstone course 3 hours Psychology Electives 6 hours Science Math requirements 15 hours of math and science courses The Human Services concentration also requires students to take 21 semester hours of classes in the following fields of study human development and psychological counseling communication science and disorders social work sociology special education criminal justice and or philosophy Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Psychology BA Psychology BS Business Psychology BS Health Studies Psychology BS Natural Science Psychology BS Social Science Minors A minor is not required but it is possible to complete with a Human Services concentration View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Appalachian State University Chapter of Psi Chi A chapter the national honor society in psychology sponsored by the American Psychological Association It is open to students who complete nine hours of psychology course and meet a cumulative GPA requirements Students in the department are involved with research presentation days and competitions through the Council on Undergraduate Research including the National Conference on Undergraduate Research Southeastern Psychological Association a regional psychological association affiliated with the American Psychological Association APA Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Along with faculty led study abroad programs the Department of Psychology offers a study abroad program through Keele University in England Admission Requirements Must complete at least 30 credit hours of Appalachian course work and complete freshman and sophomore English in order to be admitted into the major Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The Department of Psychology has a strong core of faculty with clinical psychology interests and backgrounds The department has an active internship program in which approximately 20 students participate in an internship for class credit per semester Students at both the undergraduate and graduate level participate in research with faculty on a volunteer basis or for academic credit Each semester approximately 70 100 students participate in research per semester The Department of Psychology offers four graduate degrees in clinical school experimental psychology and industrial organizational human resources management Scholarships are available through the department Number of Students Approximately 900 undergraduates in the Department of Psychology Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Counselor Crisis Intervention Counselor Health Coach Health Educator Occupational Therapist Psychiatrist Psychologist Public Health Social Work View more career possibilities Careers in Psychology American Psychological Association Contacts College of Arts

    Original URL path: http://www.appstate.edu/academics/majors/id/psychology-human-services (2016-02-17)
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  • Appalachian State University / Psychology (BS) - Natural Science
    behavioral psychology Capstone course 3 hours Psychology Electives 6 hours Science Math requirements 15 hours of math and science courses The Natural Science concentration requires students to take a minimum of 21 semester hours of classes in the following fields of study astronomy biology chemistry geology mathematics statistics philosophy and or physics Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Psychology BA Psychology BS Business Psychology BS Health Studies Psychology BS Human Services Psychology BS Social Science Minors A minor is not required but it is possible to complete with a Natural Science concentration View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Appalachian State University Chapter of Psi Chi A chapter the national honor society in psychology sponsored by the American Psychological Association It is open to students who complete nine hours of psychology course and meet a cumulative GPA requirements Students in the department are involved with research presentation days and competitions through the Council on Undergraduate Research including the National Conference on Undergraduate Research Southeastern Psychological Association a regional psychological association affiliated with the American Psychological Association APA Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Along with faculty led study abroad programs the Department of Psychology offers a study abroad program through Keele University in England Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The Natural Science concentration prepares students for the specific admissions exams to their health profession Students at both the undergraduate and graduate level participate in research with faculty on a volunteer basis or for academic credit Each semester approximately 70 100 students participate in research per semester Students are encouraged to pursue an internship with the help of the department s internship coordinator The Department of Psychology offers four graduate degrees in clinical school experimental psychology and industrial organizational human resources management Scholarships are available through the department Number of Students Approximately 900 undergraduates in the Department of Psychology Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Health Club Manager Health Educator Health Psychologist Occupational Therapist Physical Therapist Psychiatrist Public Health Statistician View more career possibilities Careers in Psychology American Psychological Association Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Psychology James Denniston Chair dennistonjc appstate edu 828 262 2272 ext 402 Department of Psychology The Department of Psychology promotes understanding of the science of psychology It seeks to prepare undergraduate students with transferable skills and knowledge of the discipline of psychology and train graduate students as professionals in the scientist practitioner model as well as for more advanced study 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

    Original URL path: http://www.appstate.edu/academics/majors/id/psychology-natural-science (2016-02-17)
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  • Appalachian State University / Psychology (BS) - Social Science
    to Discipline classes 3 credit hours Statistics class 3 4 hours Research methods class 4 credit hours Foundations of psychology classes 12 credit hours Doing psychology 3 credit hours of lab field work and or research courses Applied psychology 6 credit hours of classes that cover specific aspects of psychology application including educational organizational and behavioral psychology Capstone course 3 hours Psychology Electives 6 hours Science Math requirements 15 hours of math and science courses The Social Science concentration also requires students to take 21 semester hours of classes in the following fields of study anthropology criminal justice geography and planning political science philosophy and sociology Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Psychology BA Psychology BS Business Psychology BS Health Studies Psychology BS Human Services Psychology BS Natural Science Minors A minor is not required but it is possible to complete with a Social Sciences concentration View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Appalachian State University Chapter of Psi Chi A chapter the national honor society in psychology sponsored by the American Psychological Association It is open to students who complete nine hours of psychology course and meet a cumulative GPA requirements Students in the department are involved with research presentation days and competitions through the Council on Undergraduate Research including the National Conference on Undergraduate Research Southeastern Psychological Association a regional psychological association affiliated with the American Psychological Association APA Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Along with faculty led study abroad programs the Department of Psychology offers a study abroad program through Keele University in England Admission Requirements Must complete at least 30 credit hours of Appalachian course work and complete freshman and sophomore English in order to be admitted into the major Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The Department of Psychology has a strong core of faculty with broad scientific and applied interests and backgrounds spanning experimental learning judgment and decision making clinical developmental school psychology and industrial organizational psychology The department has an active internship program in which approximately 20 students participate in an internship for class credit per semester Students at both the undergraduate and graduate level participate in research with faculty on a volunteer basis or for academic credit Each semester approximately 70 100 students participate in research per semester The Department of Psychology offers four graduate degrees in clinical school experimental psychology and industrial organizational human resources management Scholarships are available through the department Number of Students Approximately 900 undergraduates in the Department of Psychology Method of Delivery On campus only Careers College Student Affairs Administrator Community and Social Service Worker Human Resources Administrator Labor Relations Specialist Minority Group Race Relations Director Public Opinion Surveyor Public Relations Representative Social Service Administrator Social Work View more career possibilities Careers in Psychology American Psychological Association Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Psychology James Denniston Chair dennistonjc appstate edu 828

    Original URL path: http://www.appstate.edu/academics/majors/id/psychology-social-science (2016-02-17)
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  • Appalachian State University / Recreation Management (BS) - Commercial Recreation and Tourism Management
    Recreation Management BS has 53 54 hours of major courses plus a required concentration Core courses for the Commercial Tourism Management concentration are Principles of Commercial Recreation Tourism Travel Tourism Seminar in Tourism Development Plus electives such as Tourism in Costa Rica Cruise Line Industry and Coastal Tourism Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Recreation Management BS Outdoor Experiential Education Recreation Management BS Recreation and Park Management Minors A minor is required Popular choices are Business Management and Marketing View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom The Recreation Management Association RMA a club providing extra recreational social and professional development opportunities to supplement Appalachian s Recreation Management RM program Membership is open to all Recreation Management majors minors as well other interested students 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 Nearly 100 of Appalachian Recreation Management students pass the Certified Park and Recreation Professional Exam Appalachian s location in Boone provides a scenic small town backdrop with year round recreation opportunities including climbing skiing snowboarding hiking white water boating fishing and camping The region includes some of the best outdoor and adventure recreation opportunities such as Mount Mitchell the highest peak east of the Rockies the Blue Ridge Parkway the New River part of the Wild Scenic Rivers System and an American Heritage River Grandfather Mountain several N C state parks four ski resorts the Pisgah National Forest and numerous recreation oriented resorts and private developments The Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education emphasizes a combination of classroom and hands on experience with one on one advising An internship is required Host sites have included resorts camps outdoor education centers adventure programs therapeutic wilderness programs parks and recreation departments state parks national parks YMCAs theme parks outfitter guide services convention and visitors bureaus professional sports teams and military bases Number of Students 270 in the Recreation Management program Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Recreation and park directors Hotel or resort manager Marketing director Park manager View more career possibilities Contacts Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education College of Health Sciences Dr Erik Rabinowitz rabinowitze appstate edu 828 262 2540 Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education The Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education RMPE prepares highly qualified recreation management and health and physical education professionals who have the capacity and desire to improve the lives of those in the communities in which they live work and recreate 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

    Original URL path: http://www.appstate.edu/academics/majors/id/recreation-management-commercial-tourism (2016-02-17)
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  • Appalachian State University / Recreation Management (BS) - Outdoor Experiential Education
    Graduate School Students may pursue graduate school in Recreation Leisure Studies Student Development Psychology and Business or obtain advanced certification in skills related to their field from organizations such as American Mountain Guides Association American Canoe Association or others Career Exploration website Courses The Recreation Management BS has 53 54 hours of major courses plus a required concentration Core courses for the Outdoor Experiential Education concentration include Principles of Outdoor Experiential Education Outdoor Experiential Education Laboratory Outdoor Leadership Environmental Ed Skills Plus more Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Recreation Management BS Commercial Recreation and Tourism Management Recreation Management BS Recreation and Park Management Minors A minor is required View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom The Recreation Management Association RMA a club providing extra recreational social and professional development opportunities to supplement Appalachian s Recreation Management RM program Membership is open to all Recreation Management majors minors as well other interested students 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 Appalachian s location in Boone provides a scenic small town backdrop with year round recreation opportunities including climbing skiing snowboarding hiking white water boating fishing and camping The region includes some of the best outdoor and adventure recreation opportunities such as Mount Mitchell the highest peak east of the Rockies the Blue Ridge Parkway the New River part of the Wild Scenic Rivers System and an American Heritage River Grandfather Mountain several N C state parks four ski resorts the Pisgah National Forest and numerous recreation oriented resorts and private developments The Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education emphasizes a combination of classroom and hands on experience with one on one advising An internship is required Host sites have included resorts camps outdoor education centers adventure programs therapeutic wilderness programs parks and recreation departments state parks national parks YMCAs theme parks outfitter guide services convention and visitors bureaus professional sports teams and military bases Number of Students 270 in the Recreation Management program Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Camp director Outdoor Leader Outdoor Program Recreation therapy Recreation and parks Student Development View more career possibilities Contacts Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education College of Health Sciences Dr Erik Rabinowitz rabinowitze appstate edu 828 262 2540 Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education The Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education RMPE prepares highly qualified recreation management and health and physical education professionals who have the capacity and desire to improve the lives of those in the communities in which they live work and recreate 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

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  • Appalachian State University / Recreation Management (BS) - Recreation and Park Management
    concentration Core courses for the Recreation and Park Management concentration include Leisure in Society Natural Resources Becoming Informed Citizen Principles of CR TM Principles of OEE Camp Management Environmental Education Skills Planning Design Aquatic Safety Instr Lifeguarding Officiating I II Aquatic Facility Management I II Intro to Sport Management Practicum in Recreation Management Interpretive Methods Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Recreation Management BS Commercial Recreation and Tourism Management Recreation Management BS Outdoor Experiential Education Minors A minor is required View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom The Recreation Management Association RMA a club providing extra recreational social and professional development opportunities to supplement Appalachian s Recreation Management RM program Membership is open to all Recreation Management majors minors as well other interested students 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 Nearly 100 of Appalachian Recreation Management students pass the Certified Park and Recreation Professional Exam Appalachian s location in Boone provides a scenic small town backdrop with year round recreation opportunities including climbing skiing snowboarding hiking white water boating fishing and camping The region includes some of the best outdoor and adventure recreation opportunities such as Mount Mitchell the highest peak east of the Rockies the Blue Ridge Parkway the New River part of the Wild Scenic Rivers System and an American Heritage River Grandfather Mountain several N C state parks four ski resorts the Pisgah National Forest and numerous recreation oriented resorts and private developments The Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education emphasizes a combination of classroom and hands on experience with one on one advising An internship is required Host sites have included resorts camps outdoor education centers adventure programs therapeutic wilderness programs parks and recreation departments state parks national parks YMCAs theme parks outfitter guide services convention and visitors bureaus professional sports teams and military bases Number of Students 270 in the Recreation Management program Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Aquatic facility management Camp management Campus and intramural recreation Community recreation Destination management Environmental interpretation Military recreation Sport management Youth development Municipal state and national parks management View more career possibilities Contacts Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education College of Health Sciences Dr Erik Rabinowitz rabinowitze appstate edu 828 262 2540 Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education The Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education RMPE prepares highly qualified recreation management and health and physical education professionals who have the capacity and desire to improve the lives of those in the communities in which they live work and recreate 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

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