404 Motor Learning in Exercise Science and Leisure Studies (3)
Conceptual understanding of the principles of performance of motor skills to include information processing and the functional properties of the motor system. On demand. Prerequisite: HHP 317 or approval of instructor.
405 Management of Athletics and Leisure Studies (3)
Management principles, information retrieval and processing, sport law, public relations, personnel direction, faculty development, financial administration as they relate to sports, athletics, and leisure services. Spring semester. Prerequisites: HHP 304 or 332; approval of instructor; or graduate standing.
406 Sport Law and Ethics (3)
This course presents a comprehensive overview of ethics and the law as they apply to sport. Fundamental, legal and ethical principles that most directly affect the actions and activities of sports professionals will be presented by selected case studies.
407 Sociology/Psychology of Exercise Science and Leisure Studies (3)
Emphasis upon exercise science and leisure sports as a socio-cultural psycho-cultural force; psychological and sociological concepts applied to human performance in exercise and sports. Prerequisite: senior level or graduate standing.
408 Seminar, Current Advances in Bio-Kinetics (3)
Current advances in kinesiology and physiologic principles of exercise science, athletic coaching, and sports. On demand. Prerequisites: equivalent of HHP 317 or 318; approval of instructor; or graduate standing.
409 Food and Nutrition Practicum (3-6)
Directed field experience in a selected professional area of human ecology, including a weekly seminar and faculty supervision within an approved institution, agency, or business establishment; written application to department head required three months prior to the semester in which the student plans to register for the course. Every semester. Prerequisites: senior status in Health and Human Performance and approval of department head. Maximum credit: 6 hours.
410 Field/Clinical Experience II (3)
Designed to provide the student with an opportunity to practice, apply and master additional skills presented in course work. Experiences will include evaluations, documentation and interpretation of results of exercise testing and program development. Fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: HHP 310, 316, 317, 428, 457 with minimum grades of C, or approval of instructor. Current First Aid and CPR certification liability insurance required.
411 Metabolic Measurement/Exercise Stress Testing Laboratory (1)
An introduction to the use of instrumentation utilized in clinical exercise evaluation including the use of the metabolic measurement cart, pulmonary function testing and cardiopulmonary treadmill stress testing. The use of test results for clinical diagnosis, prognosis and exercise intervention/program will also be discussed. Prerequisites: HHP 310, 314, 428, 457 with minimum grades of C. Corequisite: HHP 440.
413 Exercise Leadership (3)
An introduction to the skills, methods and procedures utilized in exercise and fitness program design. Emphasis will be placed on exercise leadership skills, instructional techniques and oral communication. Restricted to HHP majors. Prerequisites: HHP 316, 317, 318 with minimum grades of C. Current First Aid and CPR certification liability insurance.
421 Nutrition Senior Seminar (1)
Professional practices in nutrition and dietetics including challenges, opportunities, professional ethics and business practices, leadership and decision-making skills and governance of nutrition and dietetics practice. Completion of a professional portfolio. Fall semester. Prerequisite: senior standing in nutrition.
428 Exercise Prescription in Health and Disease (3)
A comprehensive overview of the physical, physiological, and metabolic responses of the human body to exercise testing and training in both health and disease; the processes involved in prescribing safe and effective therapeutic exercise for healthy individuals as well as for patients with heart and lung HHP, diabetes, and obesity will be discussed. Spring semester. Prerequisites: HHP 316, 317 with minimum grades of C. Corequisite: HHP 457.
429 Exercise Prescription Lab (1)
Methods and procedures utilized in exercise testing, exercise prescription and education for healthy individuals and individuals with cardiac, pulmonary or metabolic disease. Spring semester. Prerequisites: HHP 316, 317; Chemistry 122/124; Nursing 226 with minimum grades of C. Corequisites: HHP 310, 413, 428.
430 Assessment of Worksite Health and Human Performance (3)
This course is designed to present numerous methods for the assessment of worksite health and human performance in a variety of settings. Prerequisites: HHP 316, 317, 401, 428 and 457.
431 Teaching Strategies and Materials in Exercise Science and Health (3)
Curricular and media development appropriate for the respective discipline. Fall semester. Prerequisites: HHP senior; teaching candidate.
432 Food Systems Administration I (3)
Management, organization, and administration of food service in institutions. Fall semester odd years. Prerequisite: HHP 135. Formerly Human Ecology 430.
433 Quantity Food Service (3)
Principles, methods, and techniques in planning, purchasing, production, and service of food in quantity; selection and use of equipment; quality standards; laboratory experiences in approved local institutions. Spring semester even years. Prerequisite: HHP 432 or 434. Formerly Human Ecology 431.
434 Food Systems Administration II (3)
Food systems administration with an emphasis on production, manpower, facility, and financial planning in food service and hospitality systems. Fall semester even years. Prerequisites: HHP 135. Formerly Human Ecology 432.
435 Promotion of Worksite Health and Human Performance (3)
This course is designed to present an integrated, step-by-step approach to planning and implementing worksite health and human performance in a variety of settings.
436 Exercise Science and Health Promotion for Developmentally Challenged (3)
Lecture, demonstration, and practical experiences in the study of exercise, health, and leisure sports and their implications for the developmentally challenged; emphasis on methods and techniques for teachers, coaches, and exercise leaders in meeting the legal, ethical, and moral obligations of the developmentally challenged. Prerequisites: HHP 302 or equivalent and junior level; or graduate standing.
437 Perspectives in Clinical Nutrition I (4)
The study of diet as it relates to prevention and treatment of disease. Experiences in nutritional assessment techniques. Dietary calculations for obesity, diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease, and gastrointestinal disorders. Includes practicum/placement. Fall semester even years. Lecture 3 hours, lab 2 hours. Prerequisites: HHP 135, Biology 208 or HHP 230; Pre- or corequisite: HHP 337 or prerequisite HHP 338. Formerly Human Ecology 434.
438 Advanced Nutrition II:Micronutrients: Vitamins, Minerals and Phytochemicals (3)
An in-depth study of the role of vitamins and minerals in metabolism and the regulation of biochemical systems and structures. Evaluation and discussion of the emerging role of phytochemicals and herbs in health. Prerequisite: HHP 337.
439 Perspectives in Clinical Nutrition II (4)
The study of diet and disease; application of appropriate nutritional therapies for endocrine disorders, hypermetabolic conditions, immune system disorders, pulmonary diseases, cancer, liver and renal disease. Includes practicum/placement. Spring semester odd years. Lecture 3 hours, lab 2 hours. Prerequisite: HHP 437. Formerly Human Ecology 436.
440 Advanced Exercise Physiology (3)
This course details the function of organ systems emphasizing mechanisms of control and regulation during exercise. Spring semester. Prerequisites: HHP 316, 317 with minimum grades of C and approval of instructor.
441 Exercise and the Older Adult (3)
This course will examine the scientific evidence concerning the relationship between physical activity level and physical, mental, social, and psychological well being during aging. Prerequisites: HHP 316, 317 with minimum grades of C.