2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog [Not Current Academic Year. Consult with Your Academic Advisor for Your Catalog Year]
Department of Health and Human Performance
Beginning fall 2010 semester, all Health degrees (HLT) remain in the College of Education. If you are a current or prospective Health student please contact an advisor in the College of Education. All other Health and Human performance (HHP) degrees will continue to be offered through HHP which is now administratively located in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences. Please contact HHP academic advisors if you are a current or prospective HHP student at http://hhp.uh.edu/advising.
Charles S. “Chuck” Layne
Charles S. Layne, William Paloski
Sharon Bode (Clinical), Mark Clarke, Rebecca Lee, Kimberlee Michals Matalon, Daniel P. O’Connor, Demetrius Pearson
Lisa Alastuey (Clinical), Stacy Gorniak, Tracey Ledoux, Jian Liu, Thomas Lowder, Laura Moore (Visiting), Claudia Scott (Clinical), Richard Simpson, Adam Thrasher, Rey Trevino (Clinical)
Physical Education Fees
Students enrolling (registering) for physical education courses in which one semester hour credit is received must pay $35 each semester.
Students will be provided with a clean towel and clean gym uniform (except shoes) for each class and for any other time when they participate in physical education activities while attending the university.
The Department of Health and Human Performance offers B.S. degrees in Kinesiology (Exercise Science, Fitness and Sports, and Sports Administration) and Human Nutrition and Foods (with and without ACEND Accreditation).
In order to become a major in any of the degree programs offered in the Department of Health and Human Performance, UH students who have completed 15-60 hours of college level work at UH or other schools must have a minimum 2.30 cumulative GPA on all college course work.
University of Houston students who have completed 60 or more semester hours of college level work at either UH or other schools must have a minimum 2.30 cumulative GPA in the last 60 semester hours to enter one of the Department’s degree programs.
The computation of the GPA over the last 60 semester hours will include all grades for the semester in which the 60th hour occurs.
Students on probation or suspension are not eligible to enter one of the Department’s degree programs.