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Human Performance Comprehensive

Bachelor of Science

The Human Performance Comprehensive degree program is designed for students who have multiple interests within the various fields of human performance and kinesiology and who desire a broad based degree within these areas. The program allows students to create a personalized degree in Human Performance by completing at least 21 hours of coursework in two separate major concentrations from the following disciplines: athletic training, exercise science, physical education and sport management.

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Program Facts

Program Format

On Campus

Academic Term

Spring, Summer and Fall semesters

Number of Credits


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Sample Courses

AH200 Introduction to Athletic Training

3 Credits

Overview of athletic training profession with emphasis on the basic fundamentals utilized by the athletic trainer in prevention, recognition, care, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries. 

EX442 Sport and Exercise Nutrition

3 Credits

The role of diet in human performance, especially as it pertains to exercise performance, adaptation, and recovery. Course content will address nutrients, metabolism, and dietary requirements, as well as how diet can be manipulated to best achieve goals in performance and/or body composition. 

PE250 Basic Life Support

1 Credit

American Heart Association Basic Life Support training reinforces healthcare professionals’ understanding of the importance of early CPR and defibrillation, basic steps of performing CPR, relieving choking, and using an AED; and the role of each link in the Chain of Survival.

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