Before beginning any exercise program, consult your doctor. Participants and their legal guardians understand and acknowledge that participation in any exercise program or related activity carries with it inherent dangers that may result in personal injury or even death. Participants and their legal guardians assume complete responsibility to (a) consult with a physician to ensure that there are no health-related reasons or problems which would preclude or restrict the participant’s participation in a particular exercise program or related activity and (b) procure adequate health insurance necessary to provide for and pay any medical costs that may directly or indirectly result from such participation. Accordingly, participants and their legal guardians assume all responsibility and risk associated with any participation in any exercise program or related activity.
Students with disabilities may still be able to participate successfully in this course. Read the linked page “Participating with Disabilities” to learn more.
For this course, you will need comfortable workout clothing and athletic shoes.
Summary: 4 computer-graded assignments; 4 instructor-graded submissions; each may be resubmitted once for a fee, you must pass the Physical Activity Assignment with a score of 60% or higher in order to pass the course.
|Nutrition Improvement Assignment||5%|
|Sport Community Assignment||5%|
|Physical Activity Assignment||50%|
The Physical Activity Assignment requires a workout log tracking 45 days of aerobics over a period of (usually) 15 to 24 weeks. Keep in mind that you cannot complete this course in less than 7 weeks. Start early! This link will take you to the Physical Activity Assignment instructions.
Summary: 1 computer-graded, proctored exam; you may retake it once for a fee; to pass the course, you must pass the final with at least a 60%.
The final exam is comprehensive and consists of about 40 multiple-choice questions.
You have 1 year to complete this course and you cannot complete this course in less than 7 weeks. You may purchase one 3-month extension if you need more than a year to complete this course.
Plagiarism is a form of cheating. It is taking someone else’s work and claiming it as your own. To simply copy and paste ideas, words or stories from the internet is stealing. This will not be tolerated at BYU Independent Study.
The materials used in connection with this online course are only for the use of students enrolled in this course for purposes associated with this course, and they may not be retained or further disseminated. Any copying or further dissemination of these materials may be subject to applicable US copyright laws. For questions or more information, please visit the BYU Copyright Licensing Office website.
“Members of the BYU community who willfully disregard this Copyright Policy or the BYU Copyright Guidelines place themselves individually at risk of legal action and may incur personal liability for their conduct. The unauthorized use or distribution of copyrighted material, including unauthorized peer-to-peer file sharing, may subject individuals to civil and criminal liabilities, including actual and statutory damages, costs and fees of litigation, fines, and imprisonment . . . .
“Violations of the Copyright Policy may result in university disciplinary action including termination of university enrollment or employment.” (Emphasis added. Excerpt taken from the BYU Copyright Policy)
In accordance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Brigham Young University prohibits unlawful sex discrimination against any participant in its education programs or activities. The university also prohibits sexual harassment—including sexual violence—committed by or against students, university employees, and visitors to campus. As outlined in university policy, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking are considered forms of sexual misconduct prohibited by the university.
University policy requires all university employees in a teaching, managerial, or supervisory role to report all incidents of sexual misconduct that come to their attention in any way, including but not limited to face-to-face conversations, a written class assignment or paper, class discussion, email, text, or social media post. Incidents of sexual misconduct should be reported to the Title IX coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or (801) 422-8692. Reports may also be submitted through EthicsPoint at titleix.byu.edu/report or 1-888-238-1062 (24 hours a day).
BYU offers confidential resources for those affected by sexual misconduct, including the university’s Victim Advocate, as well as a number of non-confidential resources and services that may be helpful. Additional information about Title IX, the university’s sexual misconduct policy, reporting requirements, and resources can be found by visiting titleix.byu.edu or by contacting the university’s Title IX coordinator.
BYU is committed to providing a working and learning atmosphere which reasonably accommodates persons with disabilities who are otherwise qualified to participate in BYU”s programs and activities. In this spirit, BYU Independent Study aspires to improve web accessibility for users. While not required by law, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Levels A and AA provide a wide range of helpful recommendations to make web content more accessible. BYU Independent Study strives to apply WCAG 2.0 recommendations where feasible, but may deviate from any recommendations that would result in an undue hardship to BYU Independent Study or alterations to program and course content and objectives. If you have questions about accessibility, or if you need to report problems with any accessibility features, please see our Accessibilities and Accommodations Web Page.
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