|Department||Number||Title / Description||Credits|
|Exercise and Sport Sciences||PE001/PE002||Physical Education Activity: Non-Major Physical Education Activity Courses|
in various areas such as weight training, badminton, archery, volleyball,
basketball, softball, tennis, and games classes. Credit is also given for
participation in any varsity sport that does not exceed two credit hours. Other
options under this course are scuba, volleyball, tennis, basketball, speedball,
soccer, weight training (men, women, or coed classes available), badminton,
games, varsity physical education, team sports, and softball.
|Exercise and Sport Sciences||PE222||First Aid and CPR|
Provides opportunity to become Red Cross Certified in (1) First Aid care and prevention of school related injuries, and (2) CPR for babies, children and adults. Occurs in a modified lecture format, supplemented by audiovisual teaching methods. Assessment is based on written examinations and skill performance.
|.5 cr. – non-majors|
|Exercise and Sport Sciences||SM110||Introduction to Sport Management|
Studies the development of man, education, and man and movement. Emphasizes the philosophical and historical foundations of Sport Management, as well as the current and future trends in Sport Management.
|Exercise and Sport Sciences||SM118||Individual Sport Skills|
Badminton, Track/Field, Golf, Tennis Theory and Skills. Concentrates on teaching the development of fundamental skills, techniques, and progressions. Provides an in-depth study of fundamental strategy and systems of play.
|Exercise and Sport Sciences||SM119||Team Sports Skills|
Baseball, Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball Theory and Skills. Concentrates on teaching the development of fundamental skills, techniques, and progressions. Provides an in-depth study of fundamental strategy and systems of play.
|Exercise and Sport Sciences||SM252||Personal Health and Wellness|
An introduction to concepts and application of lifetime personal health and wellness. Topics include components of cardiovascular disease and risk factors, nutrition, weight management,
relaxation techniques, sexually transmitted diseases, and substance abuse. The course includes practical application of certain topics through activities and portfolio assessment. The focus is upon individualization of activities so as to address particular needs and circumstances.
|Exercise and Sport Sciences||SM350||Psychology of Sport|
Applies psychological principles to the understanding and coaching of sport. Emphasizes the emotional and attitudinal aspects of athletic performance and their impact on the performer. Offered in alternate years.
|Exercise and Sport Sciences||SM353||Sociology of Sport|
Acquaints students with the parameters that influence sport. Raises a number of issues regarding the nature and value of sports in our society. Topics cover violence in sports, sports and the media, the black athlete, women in sports, and the influence of behavior issues. Offered alternate years.
|Exercise and Sport Sciences||SM397||Facilities and Event Management|
This course introduces students with the scope and complexity of design, operation and upkeep of sport and recreation facilities. Predominant areas of focus will include facility design, trends, risk management, crowd management and event planning.
|Exercise and Sport Sciences||SM440||Organization and Administration Principles|
A study of the aims and objectives of Sport Management as it relates to those of general education. This course focuses on the principles dealing with finance, facilities, sport marketing, scheduling and purchasing. It stresses legal issues and personnel management.
|Exercise and Sport Sciences||SM445||Internship in Sport Management|
This experience, for a minimum of 350 hours, is
designed to provide the student with a unique experience in a sport environment
of his or her interest. The student is assigned to an agency that will allow
the student experience in program planning, management instruction, or
marketing. Prerequisites: Senior standing and approval of
|Exercise and Sport Sciences||SM498||Practicum in Sport Management|
A hands-on 100-hour minimum experiential
learning opportunity that includes working under direct supervision as an
administrative assistant with a sport or fitness program, assisting in Lahue
Center, or working in ENC athletics. Prerequisite: Approval
of advisor and department chair.