Examination of the concepts and organization of activities in physical education for the handicapped and atypical. The scope and function of therapeutic recreation service in the rehabilitation process will be studied.

The study of the mechanics of the muscle-skeletal system and their application to sports and games.

The scientific study of human functions, cellular response, and tissue adaptations under the stress of muscular activity.

Analysis of tests and measurements in physical education. Emphasis on the selection, administration, evaluation, and methods of using results of various tests.

A study of the sport industry, and the economic principles as they apply to sport. Along with a study of the basic financial and accounting principles and budgeting of sport and sport institutions.

This junior or senior level course is the study of the legal implications of tort and liability that affects athletic competition both on and off the playing field of athletics. This course is an introduction to sports law in intercollegiate and professional sports, discussing areas such as drug testing, Title IX, antitrust and labor laws, collective bargaining salary caps, free agency, and issues of race and violence. The course emphasizes fundamental legal principle that are applicable to sports.

A study of current issues and trends that concern the management of sport events and the facilities that host them. Issues include an analysis of each segment in the process of managing events, site maintenance, facility planning, renovation of the master plan, and the marketing management of events.

This class examines the history, principles, philosophies, and trends in the fields of sport management.

The philosophy, content, and methods appropriate for teaching physical education in elementary school. Two hours lecture and three hours laboratory (physical education activities).

Instruction in the methods of teaching the skills and techniques of physical education and athletic activities.

This course is designed to explore and apply the basic concepts and principles of physical fitness and wellness through a variety of physical activities. Emphasis is placed on wellness through the study of nutrition, weight management, stress management, individual needs-based activity plan, and safety education.

This course includes a basic understanding of attitude and practices that contribute to better physical, mental, emotional, social, spiritual and environmental health.