Health and Sport Sciences
(HMSE) HEALTH AND SPORT SCIENCES
Richard Bloomer, Ph.D., Chair
Room 106, Elma Neal Roane Fieldhouse
HMSE 1100 - Concepts Fitness/Wellness (2)
Emphasis on individual responsibility for achieving optimal well-being and preventive health practices that promote healthful lifestyles and reduce risk factors.
HMSE 2000 - Health/Sport Sc Terminology (2)
Foundations of medical language with specific emphasis on terminology and nomenclature for health and sport sciences.
HMSE 2102 - First Aid and CPR (3)
Safety skills and techniques of immediate and temporary care in the event of injury or sudden illness. Includes necessary training and skill for CPR certification. Successful completion qualifies the student for First Aid certificate endorsed by the American Red Cross. This course may be taken to improve the grade for one, but not both, of the former courses.
HMSE 4305 - Problems/Health Sport Science (1-3)
Independent study and/or research project on human movement science problem, issue, or concern. PREREQUISITE: permission of instructor and coordinator of undergraduate studies. (S/U)
HMSE 4999 - Senior Project/HSS (3)
Integrative study that culminates in discipline-specific research, service-learning, or international study tour. Professional level paper and presentation of work required. Completion of the Senior Test in respective major required. PREREQUISITE: all other course work, excluding internship, must be completed. COREQUISITE: NUTR 4605.