Human Performance Concentration
This concentration is designed to afford the student opportunity for advanced study in the exercise sciences which include: Exercise Physiology, Sport Psychology, Biomechanics and Motor Learning. Graduates are prepared to accept leadership roles under the fitness umbrella known as sports medicine. The research/teaching laboratory is equipped to assess cardio-pulmonary fitness, body composition, muscle/joint strength and stability, resting and exercise metabolism, sport psychological assessment, body mechanics and biomechanical analysis. Thirty credits of course work are offered on an annual, rotating basis.