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This 2004-2006 Bridgewater State College Catalog Web Addenda contains the most up-to-date information. Information in this Catalog Web Addenda supersedes the published version of this catalog.
Only changes made to program requirements, courses or academic policies are outlined here. This Web Addenda should be used in conjunction with the 2004-2006 print or Online Catalog.
Concentration in Sport and Human Performance
Concentration in Strength and Conditioning (New)
PHED 504 Nutrition for Sports, Exercise and Weight Control3 creditsPHED 511 Research Methods in Physical Education3 creditsPHED 517 Experimental Processes in Physical Education3 creditsPHED 523 Strength and Conditioning Laboratory3 creditsPHED 543 Foundations of Resistance Training3 creditsPHED 545 Physical Conditioning and Training in Sports and Exercise3 creditsPHED 595 Internship in Physical Education3-6 credits
Electives (9 credits):
Three classes or a combination of classes, directed studies or thesis. A Thesis may be conducted in lieu of written comprehensive exams.
Suggested Electives:PHED 400 Physiology and Techniques of Strength Fitness3 creditsPHED 402 Exercise Metabolism3 creditsPHED 403 Cardiovascular Analysis Evaluation and Rehabilitation3 creditsPHED 404 Exercise Prescription3 creditsPHED 405 Exercise Circulation: Mechanisms and Morphology3 creditsPHED 406 Personal Fitness Training3 creditsPHED 502 Research3-6 creditsPHED 503 Directed Study3 creditsPHED 504 Nutrition for Sports, Exercise and Weight Control3 creditsPHED 506 Philosophy and Principles of Physical Education3 creditsPHED 508 Motor Learning3 creditsPHED 516 Exercise Electrocardiography3 creditsPHED 520 Health Fitness Program Planning and Management3 creditsPHED 546 Applied Biomechanics and Movement Analysis3 creditsHEAL 471 Nutrition3 creditsHEAL 483 Nutrition and Cardiovascular Health3 creditsHEAL 518 Quantitative Methods in Health Promotion and Epidemiology3 credits
Upon completion of the program all students must take the comprehensive exams or complete a written thesis under the guidance of an advisor.
All changes are effective Fall 2005 unless otherwise noted.Back to 2004-2006 Catalog