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1 Department of Bob Christensen, Department Chair Mark Berntsden, Claire Blakeley, Bob Christensen, Rick Dixon, Preston Haley, Steven Kimpel, Eli Lankford, Clyde Nelson, JoAnn Reeve, Jerry Schlegelmilch, Ferron Sonderegger, Dave Walker, John Zirker Judie Hood, Secretary (208) Department of Exercise and Sports Science The Department of Exercise and Sports Science is committed to teaching a wide range of special interests for the general student body as well as faculty and staff. Course work has been designed to assist students who desire to major in Exercise Physiology/Science, or Fitness and Exercise, and minor in, Sports Management, or Physical Education Teaching. The Exercise Physiology Emphasis is a program that focuses on the scientific study of the physiological processes involved in physical and motor activity. It includes instruction in muscular and skeletal anatomy; cellular mechanics of muscle contraction; and fuel utilization; as well as other physiological responses to exercise, muscular fatigue and exhaustion. Courses also cover muscle and body training, physiology of specific exercises and activities, and motor mechanics. After receiving a degree in Exercise Physiology degree, our graduates have a wide variety of opportunities, including attending graduate schools in medical, dental, pharmacology, physical therapy, occupational therapy, physician s assistant, and other professional health areas as well as graduate programs under Exercise Sciences. The Fitness and Exercise Emphasis is for students who plan to work after graduation or plan to pursue graduate work in an applied exercise field. It would be an excellent choice for individuals who desire a flexible career and ability to balance work and family life. Application-based courses have a heavy emphasis in providing experience wherein the student works with an individual or group in a trainer-client relationship, coaching, teaching, personal trainer, and others will benefit from this emphasis. The Physical Education Teaching Minor prepares students to teach in the secondary school systems. Courses prepare students in basic sport and fitness skills, physical education classroom management, and physical education administration. Students learn to effectively promote lifelong fitness through physical activity. The Exercise and Sports Science Minor focuses on the application of scientific techniques in exercise and sports with specific application to areas such as aerobic conditioning, personal fitness, strength training, and application of conditioning in community and private sports fitness programs. The Sports Management Minor helps prepare students who are looking for a career in athletic administration, sports business, and athletics. 22

2 BS in Exercise Physiology (8-09) Exercise Physiology Emphasis Major Requirements Core Courses ESS 375L FDMAT HFED 00 3 HFED Physics Options PH 05 PH Biology Options BIO 26 BIO 60 BIO 265 BIO 6 5 Chemistry Options Take 2 courses: CHEM 05 CHEM 06 OR CHEM 0 CHEM Emphasis Courses ESS 65 3 HS Fitness Any ESS 00 course: Research/Internship ESS 97 3 ESS 98-2 Elective Courses Take 0 credits: BIO 200 BIO 2 BIO 22 3 BIO BIO BIO 38 3 CHEM 35 CHEM 352 CHEM 8 3 ESS 38 ESS 55 HFED HFED 00 3 HS This degree requires a minor or two clusters Total Major Credits=52 This major is available on the following tracks: BS in Exercise Physiology (8-36) Program Design and Prescription Emphasis Major Requirements Core Courses ESS 375L FDMAT HFED 00 3 HFED Fitness Any ESS 00 course: Research/Internship ESS 97 3 ESS 98-2 Biology Options BIO 26 BIO 60 BIO 265 BIO 6 5 Chemistry CHEM 05 CHEM 06 8 OR CHEM 0 CHEM Emphasis Courses ESS 77 2 ESS 20 2 ESS ESS 37 2 ESS 38 HS Supplemental Courses ESS ESS 83 3 HFED HS OR HS 39 & 3 HS 39L 3 This degree requires a minor or two clusters Total Major Credits=52 This major is available on the following tracks: 222

3 Minor in Exercise and Sport Science (0) Minor Requirements Core Classes Take these courses BIO 26 ESS 77 2 ESS ESS 37 2 ESS ESS 375L 8 Theory Courses Take 2 courses: ESS 3 2 ESS 32 2 ESS 33 2 ESS 3 2 ESS 35 2 ESS 36 2 ESS 38 Fitness Courses Take 3 courses: (No Repeats) ESS 00 ESS 0 ESS 0 ESS 7 or 9 ESS 8 ESS 2 ESS 23 ESS 26 or 27 ESS 3 ESS 33 or 3 Cont. next column Cont. from previous column ESS 0 or ESS or 5 or 6 ESS 7 or 7W or 8 ESS 60 or 6 or 62 ESS 78 or 78W 3 Total Minor Credits=25 This minor is available on the following tracks: Minor in Physical Education Teaching (63) Minor Requirements Core Courses Take these courses ED 33 2 ESS 77 2 ESS HS 39L ESS ESS ESS Methods Courses ESS 36 ESS 362 ESS 363 ESS 36 Total Minor Credits=20 This minor is available on the following tracks: 223

4 Minor in Sports Management (96) Minor Requirements Take these courses B 0 3 CIT 0 3 COMM 30 3 COMM ENG 36 3 ESS 3 ESS ESS Total Minor Credits=2 This minor is available on the following tracks: Exercise and Sports Science Pre-approved Clusters Exercise and Sports Science 20 ESS 320 Motor Development 2 ESS 37 Sports Conditioning 2 ESS 375L Exercise Physiology Lab HFED 00 Nutrition 3 Choose any ESS 00 course Total Credits 2 Coaching (Non-education) 202 ESS 335 Advanced Sports Phychology 3 ESS 350 Evaluation and Administration 2 ESS 375L Exercise Physiology Lab ESS 38 Strength Training Theory and Application ESS 3 Baseball Theory 2 ESS 32 Basketball Theory 2 ESS 33 Football Theory 2 ESS 3 Track & Field Theory 2 ESS 35 Volleyball Theory 2 ESS 37 Wrestling Theory 2 Total Credits 5 Professional Health 203 BIO 26 Anatomy & Physiology ESS 320 Motor Development 2 ESS 375L Exercise Physiology Lab HS 365 Kinesiology 3 Choose any ESS 00 course Total Credits Professional Training 20 ESS 20 Aerobic Fitness Techniques 2 ESS 37 Sports Conditioning 2 ESS 375L Exercies Physiology Lab ESS 38 Strength Training Theory and Application HS 305 Health & Fitness Appraisal and Prescription 3 Total Credits 5 22

5 Course Descriptions Credits* ESS 095 Skiing (0.0:0:0) This class provides participants of varying abilities of skiing. Sections are formed on the basis of ability with instruction suited to varying skill levels in fundamentals of skiing. Instruction will be provided at Grand Targhee Resort in a safe and supervised environment. Fee will be announced prior to registration. ESS 096 Snowboarding (0.0:0:0) This class provides participants of varying abilities of snowboarding. Sections are formed on the basis of ability with instruction suited to varying skill levels in fundamentals of snowboarding. Instruction will be provided at Grand Targhee Resort in a safe and supervised environment. Fee will be announced prior to registration. ESS 00 Aerobic Fitness (.0:0:2) A class using cardiovascular exercise and intensity. ESS 0 Water Aerobics (.0:0:2) A type of exercise using muscle resistance in water. A good aerobic activity for pregnant students. ESS 02 Footwork, Agilities and Plyometrics (.0:0:2) Class consists of footwork agility, running, conditioning, fl exibility, change of direction, coordination, and reaction time. ESS 0 Fencing (.0:0:2) To introduce the student to the sport of fencing through experience with the French foil. Skills, drills, knowledge of judging and directing are included. ESS 5 Military Physical Fitness (.0:0:2) A military style fi tness program open to all students. ESS 7 Racquetball Beginning (.0:0:2) To teach basic skills, fundamentals, and techniques of beginning racquetball. Students must provide their own goggles. ESS 8 Wallyball (.0:0:2) To introduce and instruct students in wallyball skills. ESS 9 Racquetball Intermediate (.0:0:2) A more advanced course in the game of racquetball providing instruction in more advanced skills and strategies. ESS 2 Softball (.0:0:2 To teach women the fundamentals and strategies of softball ESS 23 Badminton Beginning (.0:0:2 To teach the basic fundamentals of badminton to a beginning student. ESS 2 Badminton Intermediate (.0:0:2 Prerequisite: Have played the game enough to know and exhibit knowledge of rules and the ability to play intermediate badminton. Designed to teach strategies beyond the beginning fundamentals of badminton to a more advanced student. ESS 26 Archery Beginning (.0:0:2 Fee: $5.00 To teach basic stategies and fundamentals of beginning archery to a beginning student. 225 * Credit Description (Credit Hours : Lecture Hours per week : Lab Hours per week) ESS 27 Archery Intermediate (.0:0:2) Fee: $5.00 Prerequisite: Previous archery experience and skills to an intermediate level. Class designed to help student learn more advanced techniques in the sport of archery through hands-on application of using the bow and arrow through lecture, demonstration, and practice of archery skills. ESS 28 Beginning Bowling (.0:0:2) Fee: $30.00 To teach basic skills, fundamentals, and techniques of bowling. ESS 30 Body Weight Management (.0::) To teach principles of nutrition and exercise specifi cally for weight management and to create a peer group of individuals to support one another in these goals. ESS 3 Golf (.0:0:2) Fee: $20.00 To teach basic skills, fundamentals, and techniques of golf effectively to develop a suffi cient level of physical fi tness and skill level. Students will be required to pay green fees. ESS 33 Tennis Beginning (.0:0:2) To teach basic skills and fundamentals of tennis for a beginning player. A $ locker fee is required for winter semester. ESS 3 Tennis Intermediate (.0:0:2) Prerequisite: Must be able to play tennis at intermediate level To enhance tennis technique and skill with competitive work-outs. The class will be tennis instruction beyond beginning tennis and drill with game and tournament/competition play. Locker fee required for winter semester. ESS 0 Beginning Basketball (.0:0:2) To provide skills and strategies for a beginning basketball player. ESS Intermediate Basketball (.0:0:2) Prerequisite: Competitive basketball or ability to play beyond beginning level. To provide skills and strategies of intermediate basketball ESS W Basketball Intermediate (.0:0:2) A class designed specifi cally to teach women the fundamentals of intermediate basketball. ESS Beginning Volleyball (.0:0:2) This class introduces and instructs beginning student in basic volleyball skills and the basic game of volleyball. ESS 5 Intermediate Volleyball (.0:0:2) This class is for intermediate students profi cient in beginning volleyball. ESS 6 Advanced Volleyball (.0:0:2) Prerequisite: Intermediate volleyball skills and knowledge of offense and defense This class enables the more experienced volleyball student to refi ne skills and participate with other excellently skilled students registered in the class. ESS 7 Soccer Beginning (.0:0:2) To provide a wide variety of skills and techniques of beginning soccer. ESS 7W Soccer Beginning (.0:0:2) The purpose of this course is to assist women in acquiring the background of information which is necessary for playing soccer; to teach the basic skills, techniques, and fundamentals needed to play soccer effectively; and to develop a suffi cient level of physical fi tness and skill level to engage in the activity of soccer with profi ciency. (Fall, Spring)

6 ESS 8 Soccer Intermediate (.0:0:2) This course is for experienced players that have played competitive soccer and will be taught to understand the game at a higher tactical level. ESS 60 Swimming Beginning (.0:0:2) To instruct beginning students in basic swimming skills and strokes. ESS 6 Swimming Intermediate (.0:0:2) Prerequisite: Student must have passed beginning swim class. An intermediate swimming class designed to instruct students beyond the basic swimming skills and strokes. ESS 62 Swimming Advanced (.0:0:2) To provide advanced swimmers to learn and swim at a more advanced level. ESS 75 Adaptive Physical Education (.0:0:2) This class is for students with health related problems who are unable to participate in regular physical education skills classes and does not replace ESS 77, HS 3, or HS 3W. ESS 77 Fit for Life (2.0:2:0) To teach students to prepare a personal fi tness program including cardio-vascular endurance, nutrition, strength, fl exibility, and stress management. ESS 78 Weight Training (.0:0:2) To provide students with a progressive resistance strength training program. ESS 78W Weight Training (.0:0:2) A class designed specifi cally to teach women proper weight training techniques. ESS 79 Olympic Weight Training (.0:0:2) To provide student with a competitive, structured weight training program. ESS 20 Aerobic Fitness Techniques (2.0:2:) A certifi ed instructor will prepare student to become certifi ed as an aerobic instructor by passing an exam given off-campus. ESS 205 Intramurals (2.0:2:0) To teach organization of a well-run tournament within the overall Intramural and campus recreation program. ESS 206 Sports Officiating Football (.0::0) Rules, techniques, problems, and procedures in offi ciating football to prevent injuries, procedures in refereeing football. ESS 207 Sports Officiating Softball (.0::0) Rules, techniques, problems, and procedures in offi ciating softball to prevent injuries, procedures in refereeing softball. ESS 208 Sports Officiating Soccer (.0::0) Rules, techniques, problems, and procedures in offi ciating soccer to prevent injuries, procedures in refereeing soccer. ESS 209 Sports Officiating Volleyball (.0::0) Rules, techniques, problems, and procedures in offi ciating volleyball to prevent injuries, procedures in refereeing volleyball. ESS 20 Sports Officiating Basketball (.0::0 Rules, techniques, problems, and procedures in offi ciating basketball to prevent injuries, procedures in refereeing basketball. ESS 26 Lifeguarding (3.0:2:2) To instruct students to receive American Red Cross Certifi cation in lifeguard training and CPR by a certifi ed professional instructor. The course gives full certifi cation needed to lifeguard at pools, lakes, and reservoirs. 226 * Credit Description (Credit Hours : Lecture Hours per week : Lab Hours per week) ESS 268 Water Safety Instruction (3.0:2:2) Prerequisite: LIFEGUARDING To teach potential swimming instructors fundamentals of instructor training. (Winter) ESS 299 Professional Experience Seminar (.0:0:2) To provide teaching, coaching, managing, training, and administrative or organizational experiences. By consent of instructor. ESS 320 Motor Development (2.0:2:0) To help students understand motor skill performance from birth to adult. ESS 330 Fundamentals in Coaching and Sports Psychology (2.0:2:0) To analyze and study the mind and movement as it applies to the psychological principles of activity in sports and activity. To expose students to principles and practices of effective coaching. ESS 335 Advanced Sports Psychology (3.0:3:0) The object of this class is to present, discuss, learn and apply the various mind-sets, mental approaches, and techniques of successful athletes and coaches at all levels. ESS 3 Baseball Theory (2.0:2:0) Prerequisite: Must have knowledge and skills of baseball. To explore the concepts, competencies, ideas, ideals, and principles of teaching or coaching baseball fundamentals. ESS 32 Basketball Theory (2.0:2:0) Prerequisite: Must have knowledge and skills of basketball. To explore the concepts, competencies, ideas, ideals and principles of teaching or coaching basketball fundamentals. ESS 33 Football Theory (2.0:2:0) Prerequisite: Must have knowledge and skills of football. To explore the concepts, competencies, ideas, ideals, and principles of teaching or coaching football fundamentals. (Fall, Spring) ESS 3 Track & Field Theory (2.0:2:0) Prerequisite: Must have knowledge and skills of track and fi eld. To explore the concepts, competencies, ideas, ideals, and principles of teaching or coaching track and fi eld fundamentals. (Fall, Spring) ESS 35 Volleyball Theory (2.0:2:0) Prerequisite: Must have knowledge and skills of volleyball. To explore the concepts, competencies, ideals, team organization, and principles of volleyball. ESS 36 Wrestling Theory (2.0:2:0) Prerequisite: Must have knowledge and skills of wrestling. To help wrestling coach/teacher develop a philosophy of wrestling. (Fall, Winter) ESS 37 Sports Conditioning (2.0:2:0) Students learn to apply aerobic and anaerobic exercise in personal and team sports settings. ESS 350 Evaluation and Administration (2.0:2:0) Prerequisite: BIO 26 & BIO 265 recommended. To familiarize student with a wide variety of administrative responsibilities with regard to physical education. ESS 36 Sports Skills and Secondary Methods (.0:0:2) This class will instruct students how to teach the methods of basketball and golf. ESS 362 Sports Skills and Secondary Methods 2 (.0:0:2) This class will instruct students how to teach the methods of volleyball and tennis.

7 ESS 363 Sports Skills and Secondary Methods 3 (.0:0:2) This class will instruct students how to teach the methods of soccer and badminton. ESS 36 Sports Skills and Secondary Methods (.0:0:2) This class will instruct students how to teach the methods of softball and weight lifting. ESS 365 Introduction to Kinesiology and Biomechanics (3.0:3:0) Prerequisite: ESS 320 This class is designed to teach the basics of kinesiology and biomechanics from an applied perspective. ESS 366 Adaptive Education Special Population (2.0:2:) To help students understand how individuals learn and develop and how they can provide opportunities that support their physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development. ESS 375 Exercise Physiology (3.0:3:0) Prerequisite: BIO 26 or ESS 320. Teaches a branch of physiology that deals with the functioning of the body during exercise. ESS 375L Exercise Physiology Lab (.0:0:2) Fee: $20.00 Prerequisite: BIO recommended A class to introduce some of the fundamental laboratory techniques used for the fi eld of Exercise Science and Exercise Physiology. ESS 38 Strength Training Theory and Application (.0:3:2) This course explores effective methods of applying strength resistance workouts to individual and team sports. ESS 55 Exercise Science Selected Topics (.0::0) Prerequisite: ESS 375 This course will help students understand various topics regarding Exercise Science/Physiology and how these topics are related to the physical body. ESS 65 Advance Exercise Physiology (3.0:3:0) Prerequisite: ESS 375 To explore the advanced concepts, competencies, ideas, ideals, and principles of exercise physiology. (Fall, Winter) ESS 83 Sports Law (3.0:3:0) Provides a managerial approach to issues and problems that confront sports managers, focusing on concepts of tort law, contract law, constitutional law, antitrust law, labor law and intellectual property law. ESS 95 Student Pedagogy and Mentoring I (.0:0:0) Prerequisite: Acceptance into the major. Student observation of faculty teaching physical skills courses and development of student lesson plans for physical skills courses. Subsequent semesters: Faculty mentoring of student teaching in various physical activity courses. ESS 96 Student Pedagogy and Mentoring II (.0:0:0) Prerequisite: ESS 95 Course consists of students teaching in one of two areas, and coaching two sports under the university intramural program. Students will develop physical fi tness classroom management and leadership skills which will prove useful for future pedagogy experiences. ESS 97 Exercise Science Seminar (3.0:3:0) Prerequisite: BIO 26, BIO 265, ESS 320, ESS 350, ESS 375, ESS 375L, HFED 00, FDMAT 222. A capstone course in which students learn how to develop a research project and oral presentation. ESS 98 Internship (.0-2.0:0:0) Prerequisite: ESS 375, ESS 375L, ESS 320, HFED 00, BIO 26, BIO 265; consent of instructor required. Students will complete a job-related experience pertinent to Exercise Science such as cardiac rehabilitation, health club administration, human performance, etc. with approval of Exercise & Sport Science Coordinator. 227 * Credit Description (Credit Hours : Lecture Hours per week : Lab Hours per week)

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