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  • Appalachian State University / Athletic Training (BS)
    Courses 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 many students choose to pursue a minor in a related field such as Exercise Science or Health Promotion View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom CHAMP Community Health and Mobility Partnership This Watauga County community partnership program began in April 2014 It is designed to improve strength balance and mobility and to prevent falls in older adults and people with disabilities Athletic Training students perform the balance assessments and prescribe exercises from the Otago Exercise Program to address deficits revealed during the assessment Appalachian Athletic Training Student Association an opportunity for athletic training majors to develop professional skills and work together with fellow students The association visits athletic training facilities at other universities and organizations and has toured the Carolina Panthers facility 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 The application process for the Athletic Training Education Program begins at the beginning of the fall semester This represents a competitive process Freshmen are encouraged to apply and consideration is given to all academic levels Admittance into the program is dependent on the following Completed application Minimum cumulative GPA of 2 5 from Appalachian State University 30 hours of active observation Professional insight statement Goals statement Journal Letters of Recommendation 3 Signed Technical Standards document Personal interview Our admissions process is nondiscriminatory The number of students selected each semester is limited Priority is given to students with a career goal in the field of Athletic Training Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Part of the Department of Health and Exercise Science Appalachian s Athletic Training program has existed for more than 30 years and was one of the first Approved programs by the National Athletic Trainers Association NATA The program has been accredited by CAAHEP from 1993 2006 and is currently accredited by the Committee on the Accreditation of Athletic Training Education CAATE Appalachian provides a challenging program that encourages the highest quality classroom and clinical experiences for our students Students have opportunities to grow professionally and personally by engaging regularly in research professional internships and service learning Students integrate their classroom knowledge in the clinical setting The clinical assignments provide an open and challenging learning environment under a wide range of sports clinical sites and preceptors Method of Delivery On campus only Contacts Beaver College of Health Sciences Athletic Training Program Dr Jamie Moul mouljl appstate edu 828 262 7630 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

    Original URL path: http://www.appstate.edu/academics/majors/id/athletic-training (2016-02-17)
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  • Appalachian State University / Biology (BA)
    a foreign language requirement Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Biology BS Cellular Molecular Biology Biology BS Ecology Evolution and Environmental Biology Biology BS Secondary Education Minors A minor is required Popular minors include Chemistry Geography Anthropology View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Beta Beta Beta National Biological Honor Society TriBeta was established to recognize academic achievement and promote research in the biological sciences Membership is by invitation Highlands Biology Club a student club that works to advance knowledge inspire the community as well as open doors of opportunity for members through events involving Biology while having fun Annual Celebration of Student Research and Creative Endeavors a day held at Appalachian where students showcase their research projects and present their results in either a performance platform talk or poster Department Seminars hosted by the Department of Biology for all biology students every Wednesday Seminar topics range from research to animal biology and ecology to bioengineering See the department calendar Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Department of Biology faculty members have led short term study abroad programs to Zambia South Africa Vietnam Australia and New Zealand Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Students are taught by faculty with diverse research interests and expertise The Department of Biology has 23 specialized research facilities including the William and Ruth Debel Microscopy Facility Animal Care Facility Scientific Computing and Visualization Laboratory I W Carpenter Herbarium Greenhouse campus Nature Preserve Robert Gilley Field Station and the Elicia Caroon Johnston Biological Reserve Undergraduates have the opportunity to participate in graduate level research projects with department faculty The Department of Biology offers scholarships The department offers a Master of Science in Biology Research Facilities Research facilities include William and Ruth Dewel Microscopy Facility Appalachian State University Animal Care Facility I W Carpenter Herbarium Department of Biology Greenhouse Number of Students 530 undergraduate students in the Department of Biology Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Animal Scientist Aquarium Museum Worker Botanist Ecologist Environmental Health Specialist Environmental Lobbyist Environmental Scientist Land Use Planner Marine Biologist Natural Resource Manager Nature Conservationist Research Assistant State Parks Recreation Worker Zoologist View more career possibilities Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Biology Dr Zack Murrell murrellze appstate edu 828 262 3025 Department of Biology The Department of Biology is a community of teacher scholars with faculty representing the full breadth of biological specializations from molecular genetics to landscape ecosystem ecology The department seeks to produce graduates with sound scientific knowledge the skills to create new knowledge and the excitement and appreciation of scientific discovery 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

    Original URL path: http://www.appstate.edu/academics/majors/id/biology (2016-02-17)
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  • Appalachian State University / Biology (BS) - Cellular/Molecular Biology
    Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Biology BA Biology BS Ecology Evolution and Environmental Biology Biology BS Secondary Education Minors A minor is optional However many students graduate with a minor in Chemistry because their concentration curriculum requires close to enough chemistry classes to complete a minor View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Beta Beta Beta National Biological Honor Society TriBeta was established to recognize academic achievement and promote research in the biological sciences Membership is by invitation Highlands Biology Club a student club that works to advance knowledge inspire the community as well as open doors of opportunity for members through events involving Biology while having fun Annual Celebration of Student Research and Creative Endeavors a day held at Appalachian where students showcase their research projects and present their results in either a performance platform talk or poster Department Seminars hosted by the Department of Biology for all biology students every Wednesday Seminar topics range from research to animal biology and ecology to bioengineering See the department calendar Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Department of Biology faculty members have led short term study abroad programs to Zambia South Africa Vietnam Australia and New Zealand Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The cellular molecular biology concentration can be used as pre medical pre veterinary or pre dental school curriculum The department offers a Master of Science in Biology Students are taught by faculty with diverse research interests and expertise The Department of Biology has 23 specialized research facilities including the William and Ruth Dewel Microscopy Facility Animal Care Facility Scientific Computing and Visualization Laboratory I W Carpenter Herbarium Greenhouse campus Nature Preserve Robert Gilley Field Station and the Elicia Caroon Johnston Biological Reserve Undergraduates have the opportunity to participate in graduate level research projects with department faculty The Department of Biology offers scholarships Research Facilities Research facilities include William and Ruth Dewel Microscopy Facility Appalachian State University Animal Care Facility I W Carpenter Herbarium Department of Biology Greenhouse Number of Students 530 undergraduate students in the Department of Biology Method of Delivery On campus Careers Medical Doctor Dentist Veterinarian Microbiologist Biomedical Research Scientist Laboratory Technician Laboratory Scientist Pharmaceutical Salesperson Genetic Counselor Physician Assistant Chiropractor Osteopath Pharmacist Forensic Scientist Food scientist Biochemist Bioengineer Biomedical Engineer Bioinformatician Immunologist Pathologist Physician Assistant Optometrist Pharmacist Teacher Educator Lecturer Professor Environmental toxicologist Research and Development Scientist View more career possibilities Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Biology Dr Zack Murrell murrellze appstate edu 828 262 3025 Department of Biology The Department of Biology is a community of teacher scholars with faculty representing the full breadth of biological specializations from molecular genetics to landscape ecosystem ecology The department seeks to produce graduates with sound scientific knowledge the skills to create new knowledge and the excitement and

    Original URL path: http://www.appstate.edu/academics/majors/id/molecular-biology (2016-02-17)
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  • Appalachian State University / Biology (BS) - Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology
    Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Biology BA Biology BS Cellular Molecular Biology Biology BS Secondary Education Minors A minor is optional Popular choices include Geography Chemistry Anthropology Geology View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Beta Beta Beta National Biological Honor Society TriBeta was established to recognize academic achievement and promote research in the biological sciences Membership is by invitation Highlands Biology Club a student club that works to advance knowledge inspire the community as well as open doors of opportunity for members through events involving Biology while having fun Annual Celebration of Student Research and Creative Endeavors a day held at Appalachian where students showcase their research projects and present their results in either a performance platform talk or poster Department Seminars hosted by the Department of Biology for all biology students every Wednesday Seminar topics range from research to animal biology and ecology to bioengineering See the department calendar Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Department of Biology faculty members have led short term study abroad programs to Zambia South Africa Vietnam Australia and New Zealand Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The department offers a Master of Science in Biology Students are taught by faculty with diverse research interests and expertise The Department of Biology has 23 specialized research facilities including the William and Ruth Debel Microscopy Facility Animal Care Facility Scientific Computing and Visualization Laboratory I W Carpenter Herbarium Greenhouse campus Nature Preserve Robert Gilley Field Station and the Elicia Caroon Johnston Biological Reserve Undergraduates have the opportunity to participate in graduate level research projects with department faculty The Department of Biology offers scholarships Research Facilities Research facilities include William and Ruth Dewel Microscopy Facility Appalachian State University Animal Care Facility I W Carpenter Herbarium Department of Biology Greenhouse Number of Students 530 undergraduate students in the Department of Biology Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Animal Ecologist Aquarium Museum Worker Botanist Ecologist Environmental Educator Environmental Engineer Environmental Health Specialist Environmental Lobbyist Environmental Scientist Fisheries Conservationist Forester Ground Water Manager Marine Biologist Museum Aquarium Administrator Natural Resource Manager Soil Conservationist State Parks Recreation Worker Wildlife Biologist Zoologist View more career possibilities Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Biology Dr Zack Murrell murrellze appstate edu 828 262 3025 Department of Biology The Department of Biology is a community of teacher scholars with faculty representing the full breadth of biological specializations from molecular genetics to landscape ecosystem ecology The department seeks to produce graduates with sound scientific knowledge the skills to create new knowledge and the excitement and appreciation of scientific discovery 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 / Biology (BS) - Secondary Education
    at Washington High School in Washington North Carolina She chose Appalachian after researching several schools for their teaching and science programs she said Courses Along with biology core classes this degree requires 24 hours in professional education requirements and courses in genetics biodiversity chemistry math physics geology and general science Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Biology BA Biology BS Cellular Molecular Biology Biology BS Ecology Evolution and Environmental Biology Minors A minor is optional Students do not typically choose a minor because their career requirements are satisfied through the degree program View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Beta Beta Beta National Biological Honor Society TriBeta was established to recognize academic achievement and promote research in the biological sciences Membership is by invitation Highlands Biology Club a student club that works to advance knowledge inspire the community as well as open doors of opportunity for members through events involving Biology while having fun Appalachian Educators Club a student club open to all education majors The club meets every other Wednesday evening The club promotes teacher education service social and professional development Kappa Delta Pi National Honorary Education Fraternity that works to promote a closer bond among students of education and to form a more intimate fellowship with those dedicated to teaching For more information email polingll appstate edu Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Department of Biology faculty members have led short term study abroad programs to Zambia South Africa Vietnam Australia and New Zealand Admission Requirements Admission to Appalachian s Teacher Education Program is required Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Appalachian is known for its excellence teacher preparation Students are taught by biology faculty with diverse research interests and expertise Undergraduates have the opportunity to participate in graduate level research projects with department faculty The Department of Biology offers scholarships The department offers a Master of Science in Biology Number of Students 530 undergraduate students in the Department of Biology Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Teacher Tutor Environmental Educator View more career possibilities Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Biology Dr Zack Murrell murrellze appstate edu 828 262 3025 Department of Biology The Department of Biology is a community of teacher scholars with faculty representing the full breadth of biological specializations from molecular genetics to landscape ecosystem ecology The department seeks to produce graduates with sound scientific knowledge the skills to create new knowledge and the excitement and appreciation of scientific discovery 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

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  • Appalachian State University / Building Sciences (BS) - Architectural Technology and Design
    Sustainable Technology View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom American Institute of Architecture Students AIAS a student organization acting as a cooperative between thousands of students in North America that is committed to providing a forum for ideas and a community of emerging architectural professionals Student Builders Association SBA a student club that brings industry speakers to campus makes connections with employers visits innovative projects participates in community service and works with the High Country Homebuilders Association Professional Construction Estimators Association PCEA the flagship student club of the PCEA where members actively pursue their education and goal of becoming professional estimators Appalachian State University Habitat for Humanity a student service club that assists the Watauga County affiliate of Habitat for Humanity through fundraising volunteering and construction workdays at various project sites Renewable Energy Initiative a committee of students with faculty and staff advisors that is responsible for allocating money towards the implementation of renewable energy on the Appalachian campus The committee s annual operating budget comes from a self imposed student fee of 5 per student per semester Sustainability Council a university group comprising more than 70 administrators faculty staff and students that sets and executes the vision for sustainability on the Appalachian campus Student Competitions Associated Schools of Construction Student Competition Residential Construction Management Competition North Carolina Sustainable Building Design Competition Sigmon Memorial Scholarship Masonry Design Competition Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Building Science s faculty led short term study abroad programs and their focus include Austria and Switzerland Renewable Energy and Architecture Nicaragua and Costa Rica Sustainable Technology Peru Building and Designing for Nature South Korea and Taiwan Sustainable Energy and Architecture Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Students enjoy many opportunities to gain hands on experiential and applied interdisciplinary learning in this degree program Examples students successful competition in the U S Department of Energy Solar Decathlon and the Solar Decathlon Europe and the IDEXlab where students design build and perform real projects for real clients with real needs Faculty members interdisciplinary expertise assures meaningful research opportunities for students on topics including high performance construction assemblies energy efficient building systems indoor environmental quality IEQ design build and prefabrication design virtualization and energy modeling and sustainable design and construction A professional internship is required as a capstone experience providing students the opportunity to apply their coursework and gain practical experience Special Topics Courses are offered each semester as electives to address current or future issues facing the building industry Number of Students Approximately 100 with a total of 300 in the Building Science program Method of Delivery On campus with select courses offered online Careers Architect Architectural Designer Architectural Engineer Building Inspectors Civil Engineer Construction Manager Consultant Contractor Industrial Engineer Landscape Designer Manufacturer s Field Representatives Mechanical Engineer Urban Planners Preservationist View more career possibilities Contacts College of

    Original URL path: http://www.appstate.edu/academics/majors/id/building-sciences-architectural-technology (2016-02-17)
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  • Appalachian State University / Building Sciences (BS) - Construction Management
    organization acting as a cooperative between thousands of students in North America that is committed to providing a forum for ideas and a community of emerging architectural professionals Student Builders Association SBA a student club that brings industry speakers to campus makes connections with employers visits innovative projects participates in community service and works with the High Country Homebuilders Association Professional Construction Estimators Association PCEA the flagship student club of the PCEA where members actively pursue their education and goal of becoming professional estimators Appalachian State University Habitat for Humanity a student service club that assists the Watauga County affiliate of Habitat for Humanity through fundraising volunteering and construction workdays at various project sites Renewable Energy Initiative a committee of students with faculty and staff advisors that is responsible for allocating money towards the implementation of renewable energy on the Appalachian campus The committee s annual operating budget comes from a self imposed student fee of 5 per student per semester Sustainability Council a university group comprising more than 70 administrators faculty staff and students that sets and executes the vision for sustainability on the Appalachian campus Student Competitions Associated Schools of Construction Student Competition Residential Construction Management Competition North Carolina Sustainable Building Design Competition Sigmon Memorial Scholarship Masonry Design Competition Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Building Science s faculty led short term study abroad programs and their focus include Austria and Switzerland Renewable Energy and Architecture Nicaragua and Costa Rica Sustainable Technology Peru Building and Designing for Nature South Korea and Taiwan Sustainable Energy and Architecture Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian This program takes a holistic educational approach toward building science making students well prepared for a productive career in the field or for advanced study of construction management Students enjoy many opportunities to gain hands on experiential and applied interdisciplinary learning in this degree program Examples students successful competition in the U S Department of Energy Solar Decathlon and the Solar Decathlon Europe and the IDEXlab where students design build and perform real projects for real clients with real needs Faculty members interdisciplinary expertise assures meaningful research opportunities for students on topics including high performance construction assemblies energy efficient building systems indoor environmental quality IEQ design build and prefabrication design virtualization and energy modeling and sustainable design and construction A professional internship is required as a capstone experience providing students the opportunity to apply their coursework and gain practical experience Special Topics Courses are offered each semester as electives to address current or future issues facing the building industry Number of Students Approximately 160 with a total of 300 in the Building Science program Method of Delivery On campus with select courses offered online Careers Construction Manager Consultant Contractor Home Builder Industrial Engineer Project Manager View more career possibilities Contacts College of Fine and Applied Arts Department

    Original URL path: http://www.appstate.edu/academics/majors/id/building-sciences-construction-management (2016-02-17)
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  • Appalachian State University / Building Sciences (BS) - Sustainable Building Systems
    as a cooperative between thousands of students in North America that is committed to providing a forum for ideas and a community of emerging architectural professionals Student Builders Association SBA a student club that brings industry speakers to campus makes connections with employers visits innovative projects participates in community service and works with the High Country Homebuilders Association Professional Construction Estimators Association PCEA the flagship student club of the PCEA where members actively pursue their education and goal of becoming professional estimators Appalachian State University Habitat for Humanity a student service club that assists the Watauga County affiliate of Habitat for Humanity through fundraising volunteering and construction workdays at various project sites Renewable Energy Initiative a committee of students with faculty and staff advisors that is responsible for allocating money towards the implementation of renewable energy on the Appalachian campus The committee s annual operating budget comes from a self imposed student fee of 5 per student per semester Sustainability Council a university group comprising more than 70 administrators faculty staff and students that sets and executes the vision for sustainability on the Appalachian campus Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Building Science s faculty led short term study abroad programs and their focus include Austria and Switzerland Renewable Energy and Architecture Nicaragua and Costa Rica Sustainable Technology Peru Building and Designing for Nature South Korea and Taiwan Sustainable Energy and Architecture Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian This program takes a holistic educational approach toward building science making students well prepared for a productive career in the field or for advanced study of applied energy engineering Students enjoy many opportunities to gain hands on experiential and applied interdisciplinary learning in this degree program Examples students successful competition in the U S Department of Energy Solar Decathlon and the Solar Decathlon Europe and the IDEXlab where students design build and perform real projects for real clients with real needs Faculty members interdisciplinary expertise assures meaningful research opportunities for students on topics including high performance construction assemblies energy efficient building systems indoor environmental quality IEQ design build and prefabrication design virtualization and energy modeling and sustainable design and construction A professional internship is required as a capstone experience providing students the opportunity to apply their coursework and gain practical experience Special Topics Courses are offered each semester as electives to address current or future issues facing the building industry Number of Students Approximately 40 with a total of 300 in the Building Science program Method of Delivery On campus with select courses offered online Careers Construction Manager Consultant Contractor Home Builder Industrial Engineer Project Manager View more career possibilities Contacts College of Fine and Applied Arts Department of Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment D Jason Miller AIA Program Director millerdj1 appstate edu 828 262 3038 buildingscience appstate edu Department of Sustainable

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