Sports and Exercise Health Care (BS)
The Department of Kinesiology offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports and Exercise Health Care. This degree is designed to provide an introductory education and experience for those looking to pursue sports medicine careers in medical and allied health fields (physical therapy, occupational therapy, chiropractic care, physician assistant, athletic training, and nursing). The Sports and Exercise Health Care program includes 54 major credits (laboratory credits included), 54 core curriculum credits, and 18 credits of electives. Between the major and elective courses, students will be able to complete prerequisites for application to allied health care and medical schools.
|BIO 114||Human Biology: Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology||3|
|BIO 114L||Human Biology: Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory||1|
|BIO 115||Musculoskeletal Anatomy and Physiology||3|
|BIO 115L||Musculoskeletal Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory||1|
|KIN 115||Basic Nutrition||3|
|KIN 170||Emergency Care||3|
|KIN 200||Athletic Taping and Bracing||3|
|KIN 205||Wellness and Fitness||3|
|KIN 220||Healthy Behaviors||3|
|KIN 261||Injury/Illness Evaluation Techniques||3|
|KIN 301||General Medicine Seminar||3|
|KIN 342||Therapeutic Exercise & Modalities||3|
|KIN 336||Physiology of Exercise||3|
|KIN 336L||Physiology of Exercise Lab||1|
|KIN 398||Statistics and Research Design||3|
|KIN 401||Practicum in Sport & Exercise Health Care||3|
|KIN 497||Internship in Sports and Exercise Health Care||6|
|PSY 101||Introduction to Psychology I||3|
|ENG 111||ENG 112|
|PHI 101||RST 101|
|KIN 205||KIN 170|
|PSY 101||Field 1|
|KIN 200||KIN 261|
|KIN 235||KIN 398|
|KIN 220||Field 3|
|KIN 342||KIN 301|
|Field 4||Diversity Course|
|Ethics Course||Global Awareness Course|
|KIN 401||KIN 336|
|Oral Communications||KIN 498|
|Advanced Writing||Core Capstone|
Learning Goals & Objectives
The Sports and Exercise Care program will follow the assessment plan as set forth in the School of Education and Human Services (SEHS) Assessment Manual. Five broad learning goals have been established for all SEHS programs. They are:
Learning Goal 1: Candidates in SEHS programs will demonstrate content knowledge, pedagogical, and professional knowledge necessary for successful performance in their field.
Learning Goal 2: Candidates in SEHS programs will demonstrate professional skills and dispositions necessary for successful performance in their field.
Learning Goal 3: Candidates in SEHS programs will demonstrate willingness to use their skills to benefit and serve society. Within the contexts of their work, candidates promote authentic learning, social and emotional development, and a commitment to social justice in environments that foster respect for diversity and the dignity of all.
Learning Goal 4: Candidates will demonstrate self-reflection as a habit of mind, continuously assessing and refining their professional practice as they construct a rich repertoire of research-based knowledge, skills, and attitudes for effective performance ensuring that all students and/or clients have optimal opportunities to learn and grow.
Learning Goal 5: Candidates will become adept at applying their acquired knowledge in the process of evaluating their own professional performance and decision-making with respect to its impact on students and/or clients, organizations, and the wider community.