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Required: ❏ EXS305 Facilities and Programming ❏ EXS326 Anaerobic Conditioning ❏ EXS410 Exercise Prescription II: Special Populations ❏ EXS490 Seminar in Spirituality and Wellness ❏ HPE102 Strength Training

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Electives (choose a minimum of eight semester hours from the following): ❏ ACC225 Principles of Accounting I 3 ❏ EXS301 Practicum in Sport 2 ❏ EXS335 Sociology of Sport 3 ❏ EXS337 Group Fitness Instruction 1 ❏ EXS350 Survey of Sport 3 ❏ EXS344 Cardiovascular Physiology and Electrocardiography 4 ❏ EXS390 Special Topics 2-3 ❏ EXS420 Advanced Exercise Physiology 3 ❏ BUS307 Marketing 3 ❏ CST309 Business and Professional Communication 3 ❏ ENT225 Innovation and Problem Solving 3 ❏ ENT240 Entrepreneurial Sales and Marketing 3 ❏ ENT245 Entrepreneurial Management 3 ❏ ENT430 Business Plan Development 3 ❏ PSY211 Human Development 3 ❏ PSY422 Motivation and Emotion 3 ❏ SOC302 Social Diversity 3 ❏ SPM320 Legal Environment of Sport 3 ❏ SWK346 Social Gerontology: Multidisciplinary 3 Perspective

Coaching Concentration The coaching concentration is intended to provide a theoretical and practical foundation for students interested in coaching in a school, club or recreational setting. The coaching concentration does not fulfill the degree requirements for any major at USF. It is intended to enhance students' resumes and employability. Students can pursue the coaching concentration in combination with any major. Each state and sport organization establishes its own specific coaching endorsement criteria, which may differ from this program. Therefore, students should investigate individual state and organizational requirements. Candidates for a coaching concentration must earn a minimum of 12 semester hours, including the following required courses: ❏ EXS205 First Aid/CPR 1 ❏ EXS210 Care and Prevention of Injuries 2 ❏ EXS215 Ethical Issues in Sport 3 ❏ EXS217 Science of Coaching 3 ❏ EXS340 Psychology of Sport and Exercise 3 For students needing a sport-specific course, EXS301 Practicum in Sport, can be personalized to fulfill this role.

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Sports Medicine Concentration The sports medicine concentration is intended to provide a theoretical and practical foundation for students interested in athletic training, physical therapy, or medicine. The sports medicine concentration does not fulfill the degree requirements for any major at USF. It is intended to expose students to the acute injury environment as well as enhance students' resumes and employability. Students will gain experience identifying, treating, and rehabilitating injuries as well as assist with the daily operations of the training room. Students can pursue the sports medicine concentration in combination with any major. Candidates for a sports medicine concentration must complete both the content and practical components of the program. Requirements: Content (9-12 s.h.) ❏ EXS210 Care and Prevention of Injuries 2 ❏ EXS225 Anatomical Kinesiology or 2 BIO314 Anatomy 4 ❏ EXS217 Science of Coaching or 3 EXS310 Exercise Physiology 4 ❏ ENT225 Entrepreneurial Studies—Innovation and Problem Solving 3 Practical (0-24 s.h.)* ❏ EXS160 Practicum in Sports Medicine I ❏ EXS260 Practicum in Sports Medicine II ❏ EXS360 Practicum in Sports Medicine III ❏ EXS460 Practicum in Sports Medicine IV

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*Students must complete a minimum of four semesters or eight credits of practicum. *Students may register for a maximum of three credit hours per semester. *1 credit hour = 40 contact hours

2015-2017 USF Academic Catalog  

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

2015-2017 USF Academic Catalog  

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