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ENT 395 Internship This internship will provide an experiential learning activity for entrepreneurial studies students, will assist students in gaining realistic insight into the challenges and issues faced by entrepreneurs, and will assist students in better understanding the risks, complex problems and uncertainties ENT 250 Entrepreneurial Team Project entrepreneurs must address to be The purpose of this course is to explore successful. Prerequisite: Junior or senior the interaction between management, status. (3 s.h.) strategy, finance and entrepreneurship. Students will work with an existing entity ENT 430 Business Plan Development to identify and resolve a current issue. Designed to provide an understanding This course is cross-disciplinary in nature. of the environments within which small Students will be asked to “demonstrate businesses develop and function. The by implementation� the mastery of many areas covered include starting a business, dimensions of entrepreneurial education marketing products, operating a business, including entrepreneurial start-up, establishing financial and administrative management, sales, and creative thinking controls and future concerns. In addition, skills. (3 s.h.) the students will create a business plan and have the opportunity to experience the ENT 260 Computerized Accounting many phases of business development as Cross listed as ACC 250 Computerized the business plan is implemented. (3 s.h.) Accounting one might encounter as an entrepreneur. The areas covered include dealing with uncertainty, simplifying complex problems and risk tolerance. In addition, the coursework covers the process of identifying entrepreneurial opportunities by addressing market concerns. (3 s.h.)

ENT 305 Entrepreneurial Financing Financing is an essential component of operating a small business. This course will look at the financing needs of startups, seasonal businesses, franchises, acquisitions, public offerings and other types of organizations. The material will cover financial techniques, understanding and reading financial documents, using financial statements to manage your business, reviewing legal documents and negotiating a deal. Prerequisite: ENT 225 Innovation and Problem-Solving. (3 s.h.)

Exercise Science (EXS) EXS 100 Introduction to Exercise Science An introduction to the discipline of exercise science and the understanding of physical activity that can be acquired through experience, scholarly study and professional practice. Students will explore various physical exercise science professions and will have opportunities to assess personal career interests, skills and goals. (3 s.h.)

EXS 210 Care and Prevention of Injuries Basic principles of risk management for the physically active. Students will also become familiar with common medical terminology, injury mechanisms, common injuries and injury treatment, and factors predisposing individuals to injury. In addition, students will participate in a taping and wrapping lab. (2 s.h.) EXS 213 Medical Terminology Working knowledge of terminology related to the human body in health and disease developed through descriptive definitions, practical applications, word combinations and medical abbreviations. (1 s.h.) EXS 215 Ethical Issues in Sport Critical examination of common moral/ ethical issues and questions related to competitive sport, such as cheating, racial and sexual discrimination, performanceenhancing drugs, violence and other problems. Moral reasoning and values will be used to address a variety of issues and situations. (3 s.h.) EXS 217 Science of Coaching Basic concepts from exercise physiology, biomechanics, sport nutrition and sport psychology are applied to sport training, coaching strategies and techniques, leadership and group dynamics. (3 s.h.)

ENT 380 Entrepreneurial Leadership and Ethics Students will study leadership theories, skills and practices necessary for effectiveness in varied entrepreneurial settings including private businesses, corporations, not-for-profit organizations and social movements. This course will examine conceptions of entrepreneurial leadership where values and ethics play a central role, which we call-Leading by Values. Specifically, the course will provide students with examples and models of how entrepreneurial leaders (i.e., political, social and economic) have incorporated ethics and values into a multiplicity of definitions of leadership. It will offer the students the opportunity to reflect on their own values and ethics as well as examine and build upon their own definition of leadership in an entrepreneurial context. Prerequisite: ENT 225 and ENT 245 (3 s.h.)

EXS 220 Nutrition Study of nutrition and its effects on the health, development and physical performance of the individual. Students have opportunities to analyze and evaluate EXS 160 Practicum in Sports food intake, a variety of nutritional literature Medicine I and research, popular weight-loss or gain Supervised experience in sports medicine. programs, nutritional supplements and Students will work with the athletic training other nutrition-related issues. (3 s.h.) staff to provide care and treatment for USF's athletes. An entry-level practicum EXS 225 Anatomical Kinesiology in which students will learn basic athletic Study of the structural components of training skills and abilities. (0-3 s.h.) human movement. Functional aspects of the bones, muscles and articulations are EXS 200 Dimensions of Wellness used in developing skills to analyze and Holistic exploration of the physical, improve human movement performance. emotional, social, intellectual and spiritual (2 s.h.) dimensions of health and wellness. Students are encouraged to assess their EXS 260 Practicum in Sports personal health status and to consider Medicine II lifestyle choices that can contribute to a Supervised experience in sports medicine. healthy, fulfilling life. (2 s.h.) Students will work with the athletic training staff to provide care and treatment for EXS 205 First Aid/CPR athletes. A practicum in which students Basic knowledge of standard first aid and will build on basic athletic training skills personal safety and skills for first aid/first and abilities gained in Practicum in responder situations. CPR certification Sports Medicine I and begin to develop included. (1 s.h.)


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2015-2017 USF Academic Catalog  

2015-2017 academic catalog for the University of Sioux Falls.