Sample courses in this program include:
- PE 127–Introduction to Physical Activity, Sport, Health, and Wellness Education
- PE 240–Foundations of Fitness and Nutrition
- PE 253–Motor Skill Learning
- PE 324–Exercise Physiology
- PE 326–Sport and Performance Psychology
- Applied Human Performance
Students will demonstrate a thorough understanding of human movement, integrating knowledge from exercise physiology, biomechanics, skill acquisition and sport psychology content areas to effectively apply them to practitioner-based settings.
Students will develop specialized competence based on their chosen concentration—Pre-Professional or Applied Human Performance—acquiring in-depth knowledge and skills relevant to their career interests.
Students will engage in experiential learning opportunities that provide hands-on, real-life experiences in human-centered contexts, reinforcing theoretical knowledge through practical application.
Graduates will be prepared for careers in professions
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