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1 DIVISION OF EXERCISE AND SPORTS SCIENCE Clay Biggs, Chair The Division of Exercise and Sports Science is comprised of departments which study various aspects of human physical activity related to sports and leisure: Exercise Science and Recreation Management. EXERCISE AND SPORTS SCIENCE Bachelor of Science Degree: Majors Exercise Science, Recreation Management Minor: Coaching, Exercise Science, Recreation Management Physical Education Certification: Offers courses leading to certification in physical education (grades K-12) in secondary education under the Bachelor of Science in Education degree (see Division of Education for details) Goals of the Exercise and Sports Science Department 1) To develop physical fitness, muscular strength, and endurance 2) To develop an interest in regular physical exercise 3) To develop performance skills and useful knowledge of sports and games for recreational purposes 4) To develop emotional control and sound judgment in times of mental stress 5) To develop an appreciation of skilled performance 6) To exhibit good sportsmanship Statement of Mission and Purpose of the Exercise and Sports Science Majors Exercise and Sports Science The mission of the Exercise Science program is to provide an excellent education in this field in a distinctively Christian environment that integrates Christian faith and learning in preparing graduates for personal and career effectiveness. Recreation Management The mission of the Recreational Management department is to provide an excellent education in the field of recreation management in a distinctively Christian environment that integrates Christian faith and learning in preparing graduates for personal and career effectiveness. Objectives for the Exercise Science and Recreation Management Majors Exercise Science 1) Exercise Science majors will accurately assess exercise and health-related behaviors, as well as educate individuals regarding healthy lifestyle choices 2) Exercise Science majors will demonstrate an understanding and knowledge of exercise science principles and the physiological effects of training on the human body 3) The students will demonstrate effective communication and application of exercise science knowledge content and skills by appropriately designing, administering, and evaluating an individualized health and/or wellness program -69-

2 70 Division of Exercise and Sports Science Recreation Management 1) The Recreation Management major will accurately design and promote a leisure program including the administration of the budget, facilities, equipment, safety, resources, marketing promotion and advertising 2) The Recreation Management major will supervise and manage a leisure service activity effectively. 3) The Recreation Management major will demonstrate knowledge of leisure service career opportunities prevalent in recreation and leisure activities in written and oral form 4) The Recreation Management major will demonstrate knowledge of current legal issues in recreation. 5) The Recreation Management major will demonstrate effective communication skills. Physical Education General Education Requirement All students who are physically capable are required to take at least two hours of physical education activity courses. Military veterans are exempted from this requirement. Those with physical problems are excused from this requirement when a physician's recommendation prohibits participation. To fulfill the physical education General Education requirement, students may select activity courses: One-hour courses at the PHE 100-level, PHE 219, PHE 220, PHE 233, PHE 234, and any varsity or junior varsity sport qualify. (REC courses do not fulfill this requirement.) Only 4 credit hours of VAR and PHE one-hour activity courses will be counted toward graduation requirements. BSE students seeking certification in physical education fulfill this requirement under Subject Area Certification Requirements. Requirements for BS Degree with Major in Exercise Science 1) Complete the campuswide General Education requirements and the Graduation Requirements(see Academic Policies for both) Note: Exercise Science majors must a) Earn a grade of C or better in MTH 143, 153, or 185 to fulfill the mathematics General Education requirement. b) Earn a grade of C or better in BIO 105 and CHM 135 (with labs in both) to fulfill the natural science General Education requirement. 2) This major is not available to students seeking a Bachelor of Science in Education with a major in Secondary Education Physical Education as a second major. Although many of the courses in the two majors are the same, the student cannot use those same courses to claim both degrees 3) Note: this major must be supplemented with several hours of electives to meet the 124 hours required for graduation. It will also require some elective hours at the 300- and 400-level to meet the 40-credithour graduation requirement for upper-level courses 4) Pass each of the Support Course Requirements and each of the Major Course Requirements listed below with a grade of C or better Support Course Requirements: 16 hours BIO 314 NUR 323 Anatomy and Physiology I Nutrition PHY 214 MTH 153 Physics I Precalculus Support Course Options Note: Students who anticipate graduate study in areas such as Physical or Occupational Therapy or Athletic Training should select additional courses in chemistry, anatomy and physiology, and physics as controlled electives. It would be wise for students to contact the school where they wish to pursue graduate studies and request information about the entrance requirements. Major Course Requirements: hours EXS 113 Foundations of PE & Exercise Science EXS Practicum in Exercise Science EXS 313 Psychological & Sociological Aspects of PE & Exercise EXS 323 Organization & Administration in Exercise Science EXS 341 Exercise Physiology Lab EXS 343 Exercise Physiology EXS 352 EXS 402 EXS 412 EXS 383 HLT 186 HLT 315 PHE 200 PHE 313 PHE 320 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries Adapted Physical Education & Exercise Test and Measurement in Exercise Internship in Exercise Science Personal Health & Fitness Theories & Concepts of Health First Aid and CPR Kinesiology Motor Development and Performance

3 Exercise & Sports Science 71 Requirements for Minors A grade of C or better is required in all courses in a minor. Coaching hours EXS 313, 352; PHE 200, 240, 385, 386, 373, 483. Recreation Management hours PHE 115, 210, 308; 2 hours from Lifetime Sports; REC 305, 310, 376 Exercise Science hours EXS 113, 312, 323, 341, 343, PHE 313, plus 3 credit hours of additional courses listed under the Major Course Requirements for the Major in Exercise Science. This minor is not available to BSE students seeking certification in hysical Education. Requirements for BS Degree with Major in Recreation Management 1) Complete the campuswide General Education requirements and the Graduation Requirements (see Academic Policies for both). 2) Pass each of the following Major Course Requirements with a grade of C or better; these requirements include the 5 hours of Controlled Electives. Major Course Requirements: hours EXS 323 Organization & Administration In Exercise Science PHE 385 Techniques of Teaching & Coaching Individual Sports MAN 243 Principles of Business Management PHE 386 Techniques of Teaching & Coaching MKT 313 Principles of Marketing Team Sports MKT 323 Principles of Advertising PSY 333 Developmental Psychology PHE 115 Intro to Health, P.E., Athletics & REC 305 Leadership in Recreational Services Recreation REC 310 Principles of Recreation Programming PHE 186 Personal Health & Fitness or REC 376 Exploratory Internship in Recreation HLT 186 Personal Health & Fitness REC 476 Professional Internship in Recreation PHE 200 First Aid & CPR PHE 210 Camping & Outdoor Education In addition to the above hours and the 5 hours of Controlled Electives (below), students are required to take the following 7 hours, as prescribed. from Lifetime Sports (PHE 126, 127, 128, or 129) or from PHE 240 or 250 from computer applications courses (BIS one-hour courses recommended) of swimming (from PHE 113, 114, 125, or 219) Controlled Electives: 5 hours Choose 5 hours from the following courses to complete the major BIO EDU EXS EXS 314 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 313 Psychology & Education of the Exceptional Child 313 Psychological & Sociological Aspects of P.E. & Exercise 352 Sports Injuries MAN323 Organizational Behavior MAN 433 Human Resources Management PHE 353 Tchng Health & P.E. in Elem School PHE 354 Tchng Health & P.E. in Middle Grades PHE 400 Adapted Physical Education PSY 363 Social Psychology Requirements for Minors A grade of C or better is required in all courses in a minor. Coaching hours EXS 313, 352; PHE 200, 240, 385, 386, 373, 483. Recreation Management hours PHE 115, 210, 308; 2 hours from Lifetime Sports; REC 305, 310, 376 EXERCISE SCIENCE (EXS) Course Offerings EXS 113 Foundations of Physical Education and Exercise Science Surveys the historical and philosophical roles that health, physical education, athletics, and recreation play in education. Examines the professional requirements for entering the field. Offered fall semester.

4 72 Division of Exercise and Sports Science EXS Practicum in Exercise Science 1- Provides shadowing, observation, and/or field experience in exercise science vocations. Offered fall and spring semesters. EXS 313 Psychological and Sociological Aspects of PE & Exercise Considers and analyzes the aspects of physical education and exercise that pertain to individual mental, psychological, and personality development. Consideration is given to perspectives of current topics and issues involved in a variety of societies. Offered spring semester. EXS 323 Organization and Administration in Exercise Science Examines the organizational and administrative principles involved in the operation of physical education and recreation programs. Discusses procedures, policies, guidelines, program development, budgeting, and accountability. Offered fall semester. EXS 344 Exercise Physiology 4 hours Studies the physiological responses of the muscular and cardiovascular systems as they react to the stresses of physical activity. Prerequisites: BIO 105 and BIO 314 or consent of instructor. Lab fee. Offered fall semester. EXS 354 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries 4 hours Focuses on methods of prevention, recognition, and immediate care of athletic injuries. Addresses information concerning supervision of athletes and the administration of athletic health care facilities. Provides opportunities to perform basic wrapping and strapping techniques for common injuries. Offered fall semester. EXS 383 Internship I in Exercise Science Provides opportunities to perform skills under the supervision of trained personnel. Assignment and evaluation will be under the direction of a faculty instructor. Prerequisite: 2.5 CGPA and junior or senior status. Offered fall and spring semesters. EXS Advanced Topics 1- EXS 403 Adapted Physical Education and Exercise Provides an in-depth study of methods and program modifications to meet the needs of exceptional learners in physical education. Prerequisite: PSY/EDU 313. Offered fall semester. EXS 413 Tests and Measurements in Exercise Focuses on the selection, construction, administration, and evaluation of measurement instruments used in physical education and related courses. Offered fall semester. EXS 483 Internship II in Exercise Science Provides additional experience in exercise science as an elective continuation of EXS 383. Assignment and evaluation will be under the direction of a faculty instructor. Prerequisite: EXS 383. Offered fall and spring semesters. EXS Advanced Topics HEALTH (HLT) 1- HLT 183 Personal Health and Fitness Studies the fundamental principles and practices in physical fitness, health, and wellness. Offered spring semester. HLT 313 Nutrition Examines the nutritional requirements of healthy living with an emphasis on sport and fitness nutritional needs for maximum performance. Offered spring semester. HLT 315 Theories and Concepts of Health 2 hours Focuses on the achievement of one's full health potential. Acquaints students with principles necessary to identify health needs and problems of school children. Offered fall semester. PHYSICAL EDUCATION (PHE) NOTE: See the Physical Education General Education Requirement, above, concerning requirements and limitations. PHE 107 Aerobic Fitness Provides aerobic fitness routines adaptable to either high or low impact aerobics; emphasizes principles of fitness along with complete body workouts. Designed for beginning and advanced students. Offered fall and spring semesters. PHE 109 Weight Training

5 Exercise & Sports Science 73 Provides weight training routines that use both free and fixed weights. Designed for beginning and advanced weight trainers. Offered fall and spring semesters. PHE 113, 114 Beginning and Advanced Swimming Classes are taught separately for the beginning and advanced swimmers at the YMCA. Lab fee. Offered fall and spring semesters. PHE 118, 119 Cheerleading Provides credit for students who are selected as varsity cheerleaders. Offered fall and spring semesters. PHE 125 Scuba Covers all classroom and pool course guidelines for self-contained breathing apparatus. Excludes open-water dives for certification. Students may schedule open-water dives through the instructor. Lab fee. Offered fall and spring semesters. PHE 126 Lifetime Sports I (Pickleball, Racquetball, Croquet) Emphasizes fundamental skills and practice. Stresses individual skill development. Offered spring semester. PHE 127 Lifetime Sports II (Billiards, Table Tennis, Disc Golf) Emphasizes fundamental skills and practice. Stresses individual skill development. Offered fall semester. PHE 128 Lifetime Sports III (Golf, Bowling) Emphasizes fundamental skills and practice. Stresses individual skill development. Lab fee. Offered fall semester. PHE 129 Lifetime Sports IV (Shuffleboard, Horseshoes, Softball) Emphasizes fundamental skills and practice. Stresses individual skill development. Offered spring semester. PHE Special Topics 1- PHE 210 Camping and Outdoor Education Focuses on developing skills conducive to the enjoyment of outdoor activities. Emphasizes backpacking, canoeing, campground cooking, angling, and survival and safety skills. Requires a three-day camping practicum. Lab fee. Offered spring semester. PHE 212 First Aid and CPR 2 hours Provides practical training in first aid, taught by a certified Heart Association instructor; adult, child, and infant CPR certifications available. Lab fee. Offered fall and spring semesters. PHE 219 Lifeguarding Stresses self-rescue skills and extensive rescues. The student will develop a positive attitude toward safety while in or about water environment. Lab fee. Prerequisites: PHE 113, 114. Offered fall and spring semesters. PHE 220 Folk Movement Exploration Emphasizes the origin and history of dance steps and movements. Skill acquisition in square dance, folk dance, and clogging. Offered spring semester. PHE 233 Musical Theatre Dance I Emphasizes theatrical dance, technique and ballet balance work, swing partner work, and audition tactics. Designed for physical education educators and theatre majors. Offered fall semester. PHE 234 Musical Theatre Dance II Emphasizes advanced theatrical dance, technique and ballet balance work, swing partner work, and audition tactics. Designed for theatre majors. Offered fall semester. PHE 240 Officiating Focuses on theory of and practice in officiating sports usually played in summer and fall; emphasizes soccer and volleyball. Requires hands-on experience. Offered spring semester. PHE 250 Organization and Supervision of Intramurals Focuses on the organizational makeup of individual and team sports. Uses classroom and laboratory experiences to teach the proper use of scheduling, time, facilities, and equipment with stress on safety procedures. Emphasizes individual and team sport/activity normally occurring in the fall semester. Offered fall semester. PHE Special Topics 1- PHE 313 Kinesiology Investigates and analyzes human movement. Prerequisites: BIO 105 and BIO 314 or consent of instructor. Offered spring semester.

6 74 Division of Exercise and Sports Science PHE 323 Movement and Rhythms Rhythmical activities emphasizing basic movement and movement exploration. Offered fall semester. PHE 333 Motor Development and Performance An in-depth study of the conceptual and functional properties of the human motor system; how skills operate and their application in performance. Offered spring semester. PHE 363 Team and Individual Sports Instruction Presents techniques, fundamentals, strategies, and skills of team and individual sports. The course addresses the instruction of sports in the educational, recreational, and competitive settings. Offered spring semester. PHE 373 Theories of Coaching Presents principles of coaching. Emphasizes philosophies, organization, administration, coaching strategies, management, and unique responsibilities involved. Offered fall semester. PHE Advanced Topics 1- PHE 483 Practicum in Coaching Offers practical experience coaching in a middle or secondary school setting; requires 90 hours. Duties and responsibilities determined by the supervising coach. Prerequisite: PHE 373. Offered fall and spring semesters. PHE Advanced Topics RECREATION (REC) 1- REC 305 Leadership in Recreational Services 2 hours Examines the theory, principles, and processes of leadership in the delivery of leisure opportunities. Introduces group processes and explores applications to everyday situations. Prerequisite: PHE 115 or consent of instructor. Offered fall semester. REC 310 Principles of Recreation Programming Studies the purpose and functions of program planning and the principles, objectives, organizational behaviors, and evaluation of recreation. Prerequisite: REC 305 or consent of instructor. Offered spring semester. REC 376 Exploratory Internship in Recreation Provides observation and learning experiences in the field of recreation. Open to sophomores and junior students majoring in recreation. Provides insight into the field of recreation as a career. Assignment and evaluation will be under the direction of a faculty instructor. Offered fall and spring semesters. REC 476 Professional Internship in Recreation 6-12 hours Provides prospective majors in the field of recreation opportunities to perform recreation skills under the supervision of trained personnel. Assignment and evaluation will be under the direction of a faculty instructor. Prerequisite: 2.5 CGPA. Offered fall and spring semesters. VARSITY SPORTS (VAR) NOTE: For the second and third semesters of a varsity sport, sign up for the 200- and 300-level. The 400-level may be taken repeatedly. They must be taken in numerical succession. A maximum of 1 credit hour per semester may be received for participation in varsity sports. VAR 121, 221, 321, 421 Men's Wrestling I, II, III, IV VAR 131, 231, 331, 431 Men's Track and Field I, II, III, IV VAR 132, 232, 332, 432 Women's Track and Field I, II, III, IV VAR 141, 241, 341, 441 Men's Cross-Country I, II, III, IV VAR 142, 242, 342, 442 Women's Cross-Country I, II, III, IV VAR 151, 251, 351, 451 Men's Baseball I, II, III, IV VAR 152, 252, 352, 452 Women's Softball I, II, III, IV VAR 161, 261, 361, 461 Men's Basketball I, II, III, IV VAR 162, 262, 362, 462 Women's Basketball I, II, III, IV VAR 171, 271, 371, 471 Men's Volleyball I, II, III, IV VAR 172, 272, 372, 472 Women's Volleyball I, II, III, IV VAR 181, 281, 381, 481 Men's Soccer I, II, III, IV VAR 182, 282, 382, 482 Women's Soccer I, II, III, IV VAR 191, 291, 391, 491 Men s Golf I, II, III, IV VAR 192, 292, 392, 492 Women s Golf I, II, III, IV

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