It all depends on what college you go too. It varies from place to place; some programs will be harder, some places will be easier. Look into different programs. If you're already in a program though, you'd have to talk to your academic adviser and figure it out with him/her. If they are your adviser, they would know the program inside and out.
Biology or Applied Science
Anything that would relate to the human body would help vastly to this particular career path. It would be advisable to study some Human Anatomy on your free time, i.e. The muscle,- its function in everyday life and the latin name of it.
There are quite a few different subjects that are recommended if you want to study sports management. It is recommended that you take sports medicine for example and biology.
what school subject do I need for forensic expert
Physical education and biology
Danish, english, german, maths, science, history, biology, sports, arts, craftsmanship, cooking, music, religion, social science. Those are mandatory subjects in primary school (0th to 9th grade) Some school also offer e.g. french, theather, outdoor, choir.
Some of the nice features for kids you can find on Yahoo's website include games, movies, music, science & nature, sports & recreation and school subjects.
LSU, good school
it has to be at least a 2.5 or 3.0
The grade point average needed to play high school sports is 3.2.
science makes sports boring.
It's important to provide enough money to support athletics in High School, but it should not hurt academics subjects and art program.
Yes, players need strength and stamina from PE by running, playing sports and getting great grades in other subjects in school.
If you pass your other subjects like maths, English, science and you do not aspire to be anything sports related (such as a personal trainer) nothing will happen. Actually, I imagine you could still be a personal trainer and fail gym class!!