EXSC 101|Introduction to Exercise Science [PE]
Students examine the science of health and human movement with its associated professional sub-disciplines. These include exercise physiology, exercise psychology, physical activity epidemiology, biomechanics, motor development, K-12 physical education, and sports management. Students explore the various professional and educational requirements for occupations in these sub-disciplines. $35 science fee.
EXSC 201|Anatomical Kinesiology
This course will introduce students to anatomical concepts and physical laws as applied to human movement emphasizing the effects of individual and environmental variables. Includes analyses of normal and pathological gait. $35 science fee.
Completion of BIOL& 241 with a 0.7 or higher.
EXSC 202|Personal Training
Personal Training is a comprehensive course designed to prepare students to become certified Personal Trainers. Students learn to properly screen clients for safe participation in an exercise program, utilize different tools for assessing a clients' fitness level, and identify appropriate assessment techniques for a wide variety of clientele. Students learn components of program design for resistance training, cardiovascular training, and flexibility. $35 science fee.
EXSC 203|Exercise Science Practicum
Students work in conjunction with Exercise Science instructors to provide individual planning and programming for a variety of populations. Students will also observe professionals in Exercise Science related fields in a variety of settings. $35 science fee.
Completion of EXSC 202 with a 0.7 or higher, or instructor permission.