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2018-2019 Catalog 
2018-2019 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Articulation Agreement

Pre-Exercise Science, A.A. (Cornerstone University)

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Academic Program Code: 640

Students interested in transferring to Cornerstone University to complete a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science should enroll in this program. Students in the exercise science major complete a rich curriculum with courses addressing anatomy and physiology, exercise physiology, biomechanics, measurement and evaluation, exercise prescription, injury prevention, nutrition and field internships.  The exercise science graduate is prepared to work in clinical or non-clinical medical settings, such as cardiac rehabilitation, corporate and community fitness programs, health clubs, YMCAs, and similar fitness related organizations.  Work in these settings usually centers around one-on-one work with clients who may be healthy or have chronic diseases.  An undergraduate degree in this program is also good preparation for graduate school in Occupational Therapy or Physical Therapy.  This program to designed for students to spend the first two years at GRCC and complete the last two years at Cornerstone University.

General Education Courses

Select a minimum of 30 credit hours of course work from the General Education course list.  Course work must be selected as directed in the areas below.

English Composition and Communications

Social Sciences

Natural Sciences and Mathematics


General Education Total Credit Hours

30 (minimum)

Program Elective Courses

Total Credit Hours


Transfer Notes

Students must obtain a “C-” or Higher in each course in order to successfully transfer the credits to Cornerstone University.

Students interested in the Physical Therapy Track, should take PY 201 instead of an Open Elective.

This articulation agreement only applies to students transferring to Cornerstone University’s traditional undergraduate program and does not apply to the Professional & Graduate studies program.  Students must be formally admitted to the transfer institution and program.  It is recommended that students meet with an advisor to review the program and course schedule prior to completing this articulated program.

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