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Exercise Physiology

Learning Objectives.

1. Assess athletic performance
2. Assess individual exercise capacities
3. Implement exercise prescriptions
4. Be proficient at exercise programming
5. Implement health-promotion programs
6. Act as a resource for community and campus wellness programming
7. Promote campus and community exercise programming
8. Prepare students for clinical and professional certifications
9. Perform common exercise physiology assessments

Measures

All exercise-physiology students complete an internship prior to graduation. Students are assessed in the middle and upon completion of their internship by their preceptor, using a standardized rubric. Students give a presentation of their internship experience.

Exercise-physiology students in the personal-training and corporate-fitness tract assist with the University Wellness Program and serve as personal trainers to faculty members and staff during winter and spring quarters.

All exercise-physiology students assist with athletic testing of athletic teams at ONU.

Students are encouraged to take national certifications exams. The exercise-physiology program is recognized by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) for having a program that prepares graduates for the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) exam.

Students perform athletic testing and body-composition analysis and present the collected data to coaches and players in practicum classes.

Annual Reports on the Assessment of Student Learning

Follow the links below to view the full text of the reports for each academic year.

2006-07
2005-06

Institutional Research

Sue VanDyne

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s-vandyne@onu.edu
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Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed