|Bachelor of Science
in Sport/Fitness Management
Students selecting the non-teaching degree track acquire a strong foundation in sports marketing and management, and organization and administration of recreational, collegiate, corporate, and/or professional sports/fitness programs.
In developing this foundation, students receive diverse instruction, laboratory/clinical application, and real world placement opportunities aimed at the acquisition of knowledge and skills needed to pass a variety of rigorous certification examinations that require expertise within the following categories: functional anatomy and biomechanics, exercise physiology, human development and aging, pathophysiology and risk factors, human behavior and psychology, health appraisal and fitness testing, emergency procedures and safety, exercise programming, and nutrition and weight management.
Upon completion of the degree program, students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in using computerized laboratory equipment to accurately input, analyze, interpret, and report data regarding human physical performance as well as demonstrate successful leadership skills, training abilities, teaching strategies, and management and marketing of programs/organizations seeking to enhance the quality of life for its membership, rather on an individual basis or at the professional or corporate level.
ACSM (The American College of Sports Medicine)
NSCA (National Strength and Conditioning Association)
NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine)
Cooper Institute (Research & Education)
ACE (American Council on Exercise)