REGISTERED CLINICAL EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGIST COURSEBFY
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Exercise physiology is an evaluation of the acute responses and chronic adaptations of the body to the stresses of exercise. The initial study of exercise physiology requires the student to have prior competency in basic human anatomy and physiology. Emphasis in this course utilizes this information to focus on how the body (and its systems) responds to the differing types of intensities of exercise. For students who wish to pursue further studies in exercise physiology, a thorough mastery of this fundamental information is extremely important and provides the foundation for more advanced study in exercise bioenergetics, biochemistry and physiology.
This course is closely associated with the College of Education Core Values in the study and practice of education through teaching, research, and service. It is the goal of the Exercise Science Program and College of Education to prepare students for participation in a complex and challenging society.