Exercise Science Major, Strength & Conditioning Concentration — B.S.
The strength and conditioning concentration provides students with a theoretical understanding of the biomechanical, neuromuscular, physiological, and psychological responses and adaptations to exercise. Through concentration specific courses, electives, fieldworks, and internships, an exercise science degree with a strength and conditioning concentration provides students with the skills to assess physical function and the knowledge to improve sport performance through advanced strength, speed, power, agility, and balance training. Graduates typically work as strength and conditioning specialists and coaches at high schools, colleges, universities, and private training facilities. They also work as personal trainers and business owners, and successfully enter graduate and professional schools.
|Basic and Applied Sciences||40|
|ESS Strength and Conditioning concentration||26-32|
|Integrative Core Curriculum 1||19|
Please refer to "ICC" tab on our school's main page to see requirements.
|PHYS 10100||Introduction to Physics I||4|
|Select one of the following:||3-4|
|Statistics for Business, Economics and Management|
|Statistics for the Health, Life, and Social Sciences|
|Statistics in Psychology|
|Basic Statistical Reasoning|
|BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCES|
|EXSS 12000||Anatomy and Physiology I 1||4|
|EXSS 12100||Anatomy and Physiology II 1||4|
|EXSS 12500||Foundations of Human Performance and Wellness (Foundations of Human Performance & Wellness)||2|
|EXSS 20200||Sport and Exercise Psychology||3|
|EXSS 24600||Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries||3|
|EXSS 30600||Biomechanical Principles of Human Movement||4|
|EXSS 32000||Neuromuscular Control||3|
|EXSS 32100||Exercise Physiology 1||4|
|EXSS 42100||Advanced Study in Exercise Physiology||3|
|EXSS 42200||Exercise and Rehabilitation Psychology||3|
|HLTH 20200||Human Nutrition||3|
|ESS STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING CONCENTRATION|
|EXSS 17300||Fieldwork in Exercise Science I||1|
|EXSS 26200||Personal Training||3|
|EXSS 26400||Strength and Conditioning Foundations||3|
|EXSS 26500||Practicum in Strength and Conditioning I||1|
|EXSS 37500||Research Methods in Exercise and Sport Sciences||3|
|EXSS 38400||Practicum in Strength and Conditioning II||1|
|EXSS 38500||Practicum in Strength and Conditioning III||1|
|EXSS 46600||Administration, Mentoring, and Professional Preparation||3|
|EXSS 39000||Advanced Strength and Conditioning (Advanced Strength & Conditioning )||3|
|EXSS 47000||Applied Practice in Strength and Conditioning (Applied Practice in S&C)||1|
|EXSS 47300||Internship: Strength and Conditioning 2||6-12|
Satisfies Complementary Liberal Arts requirement.
Counts as ICC Capstone.