Movement Sciences and Education
There are three specialties in Movement Science:
- Applied Physiology
- Motor Learning and Control
- Physical Education
Each of these specialties has five components, including:
1. Substantive study of theory and research as embodied in lecture and laboratory courses.
2. Development of clinical or educational skills in laboratory and fieldwork courses.
3. Research training to enable students to read and interpret original research and to carry out educational, clinical or laboratory research.
4. Seminars to discuss theory and research, identification of research problems, and clinical/educational applications.
5. Elective courses to meet specific student needs which may be taken throughout the College and University in such areas as Anatomy, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Computer Science, Health Education, Higher and Adult Education, Neurosciences, Nutrition, Physiology, Psychology and Science Education. A list of recommended elective and related courses is available to students in the Movement Science office.