Students who enroll in the Strength and Conditioning minor will develop practical knowledge and hands-on skills related to exercise, which can be useful to meet personal and/or career-related goals. Students will have exposure to content such as the structure and movement of the human body, the body's physiologic response to physical activity, measures of human fitness, as well as training techniques to enhance human fitness and performance.
Strength and Conditioning Minor Requirements:
|SCI 251||Biology I Principles of Biology||3|
& SCI L352
|Exercise Physiology |
and Exercise Physiology Laboratory
|SCI 353||Human Muscles and Movement||3|
& SCI L401
|Fundamentals of Strength and Conditioning|
and Fundamentals of Strength and Conditioning Laboratory
A minimum of 14 credits is required for the minor.