Education and Health & Sport Sciences

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Snapshot

In partnership with College of Education and Human Development, the Education and Health & Sport Sciences LLC affords students the opportunity to explore skills related to their major as well as understand, collaborate with, and support their local community. This residential community provides any undergraduate major housed in the College of Education and Human Development the opportunity to explore skills related to their field as well as understand, collaborate with, and support their peers and the Louisville community. Participants of this LLC will live on the same floor, take classes together based on major, and receive specialized programming focusing on academic and social integration.

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Location: New Residence Hall 2021

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Highlights

  • Academic and social transition assistance from high school to the University of Louisville
  • In-hall tutoring to help with major classes and preparation for admission to your major
  • Opportunities to meet with CEHD faculty and professional advisors outside of the classroom and advising appointments
  • Year-long mentoring program with current upperclass students in major
  • Exposure to related community service experiences
  • Programs and information to encourage your success including preparation for finals
  • Social events such as trivia nights

Who can apply?

  • Any incoming first-year student majoring in a CEHD undergraduate program

Majors:

  • Sport Administration
  • Health and Human Performance (concentrations in Exercise Science, Health and Physical Education, and Youth Sport Development)
  • Early Elementary Education
  • Middle/Secondary Education

Required Courses

Sport Administration and Health & Human Performance Majors

Fall: HSS 181 – Academic Orientation

         BIOL 102 – Issues and Applications

Spring: HSS 184 – Healthy Lifestyles I

              HIST 105 – American History II 

Elementary and Middle/Secondary Education Majors

Fall: EDTP 101 – Academic Orientation/

         BIOL 102 – Issues and Applications

Spring: EDTP 201 – The Teaching Profession

              HIST 105 – American History II