Trends in Exercise Science & Wellness (ESW 228)

This capstone course in the Exercise Science and Wellness A.S. degree program will focus on trends in Exercise Science and Wellness. Students will explore the latest trends, legal, ethical issues as they relate to various fields. Through the semester, students will develop a professional plan to aid in transferring to a 4-year institution as well as continuing in their professional goals. Included in this course is a service learning component which will enable students to gain valuable life skills.

Prerequisites

The following courses must be taken prior to this course
BIO 129 Functional Human Anatomy & Physiology, with minimum grade of C, plus all other courses in the previous three semesters in the ESW AS program of study
ENG 102 - English Composition II, plus all other courses in the previous three semesters in the ESW AS program of study
MAT 106 - Math Application or MAT*131 - Introduction to Statistics I, plus all other courses in the previous three semesters in the ESW AS program of study
ESW 102 - Introduction to Exercise Science, Wellness and Sports Studies, plus all other courses in the previous three semesters in the ESW AS program of study
ESW 206 - Basic Nutrition, plus all other courses in the previous three semesters in the ESW AS program of study
ESW 222 - Applied Kinesiology, plus all other courses in the previous three semesters in the ESW AS program of study
ESW 224 - Exercise Physiology with Lab, plus all other courses in the previous three semesters in the ESW AS program of study

Corequisites

The following courses must be taken along side this course
ESW 245 - Safety and First Aid. May be taken prior or during course.
Term Location Sections Available
2022 Spring Semester - 15 Week Sections
Online