Exercise, Sports, & Health Studies



ESHS 120: Functional Anatomy

Credits 3

Students will investigate the relationship between musculoskeletal anatomy of the human body with movement. Details of specific muscle action, joint structure, and function involved in the gross motor movement needed for common sport movements.

ESHS 199: Fundamentals of Exercise Science

Credits 3

An introduction to the study of Exercise Science. The student will study the body's physiological systems and their response to exercise. The principles and proper techniques of physical fitness, weight management, and wellness will be discussed.

ESHS 325: Sports Medicine

Credits 3

The course will examine the body's physiological response to injury and the healing process. Each body segment and the most frequent muscle, tendon and ligament injuries will be presented. Along with rehabilitation principles for those injuries.

ESHS 342: Kinesiology

Credits 3

Kinesiology is the study of human movement focusing on both the physiological and mechanical properties. This course will begin with an examination of the musculoskeletal system. Students will lean the bones, joints, and muscles of the body, along with their primary and secondary functions. The second part of the course will focus on the principles of physics and motion and how we apply those to the human body.