Athletic Training, Health & Exercise Science

Eugene Spatz, ATHES Division Director
Division of Athletic Training, Health, and Exercise Science
718-780-4563
eugene.spatz@liu.edu

B.S. in Exercise & Wellness Science


The 120-credit B.S. in Exercise & Wellness Science is designed to meet the growing need for health professionals versed in the science of exercise, physical activity and sport performance. Our four-year program focuses on such areas as exercise physiology, motor learning, conditioning for sport, nutrition, biomechanics, sports management and fitness programming for healthy and unhealthy populations, as well as those with disabilities. Our Exercise Physiology minor is accredited by the American Society of Exercise Physiologists and our program is recognized by the National Strength and Conditioning Association and National Academy of Sports Medicine.

Program Requirements

All Courses Listed Below Must Be Completed.

SPS 21 Sport, Functional Training and Performance I (2 credits)
SPS 22 Sport, Functional Training and Performance II (2 credits)
SPS 103 Exercise Prescription I (3 credits)
SPS 120 Anatomy of Exercise (3 credits)
SPS 121 Introduction to Fitness and Exercise Science (2 credits)
SPS 140 CPR and First Aid for the Health Care Provider (2 credits)
SPS 146 Principles and Philosophy of Coaching I (3 credits)
SPS 148 Nutritional Aspects of Fitness and Sport (3 credits)
SPS 150 Motor Learning and Development (3 credits)
SPS 151 Functional Kinesiology (3 credits)
SPS 152 Exercise Physiology I (3 credits)
SPS 154 Adapted Physical Education I (3 credits)
SPS 156 Evaluation in Health and Fitness (3 credits)
SPS 195 Culmination in Sports Sciences (3 credits)
SPS 264 Field Experience (3 credits)


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