Exercise Science Mission Statement
The purpose of the Exercise Science Concentration is to provide students with learning opportunities, which professionally prepare them to guide others toward acquiring and achieving goals for optimal physical health, fitness, and sport performance.
Student Learning Outcomes:
- Students will demonstrate and apply exercise science content knowledge through taking exams, completing assignments including laboratory write-ups, and participating in course activities.
- Students will develop effective communication skills through oral presentations, handouts for their peers, and small group discussion.
- Students will develop effective leadership and interpersonal communication skills through assignments, which require individual and group assessment and consultation.
- Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills through the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data in order to design and implement plans for exercise prescription, rehabilitation, and performance outcomes.
- Students will develop and demonstrate professionalism through observations of professionals in the field, by attending professional events, and by applying confidentiality principals while collecting data and interacting with individuals and groups.
This degree path will prepare individuals to enter directly into careers such as personal fitness training, strength and conditioning coaching, and lifestyle coaching. This concentration also prepares students to enter into graduate programs and professional schools in order to pursue careers in biomechanics, exercise physiology, nutrition, and allied health science fields such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, and chiropractic medicine.
For advising information for this concentration, please select the advising tab.
|Sue Eastham, Ed.D. (Associate Professor)||email@example.com||209 667 3691|
|Jeff Bernard, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor)||firstname.lastname@example.org||209 667 6819|
|Arya Alami, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor)||email@example.com||209 667 3804|
|Janice Herring, M.S. (Lecturer)||firstname.lastname@example.org||209 667 3855|
|Matt Fraze, M.S. (Lecturer)||email@example.com||209 667 3398|
Outstanding Student Exercise Science - Alexa Sanchez-Estrada