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Academics

Course Descriptions

Fitness Management

FTMT 2723 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries*
Basic instruction is given in the care, prevention, assessment and management of common athletic injuries and illnesses. Additional topics covered include legal issues and the overall role of a certified athletic trainer.
FTMT 3733 Physiology of Exercise*
A general study of the bioenergetics of muscular work; neuromuscular structure, function and control; cardiorespiratory function and control; physical training; and nutrition and exercise performance.
FTMT 4213 Methods of Strength and Conditioning*
This course is designed to increase the practical and theoretical understanding and knowledge of the physiological, biomedical and administrative aspects of designing and supervising strength and conditioning programs for various populations. Prerequisite: FTMT 3733.
FTMT 4523 Exercise Testing and Prescription*
This course reviews the established link between fitness and health. Skills and concepts are taught that enable the learner to choose and perform appropriate physical assessments for the four primary areas of fitness and prescribe appropriate exercise regiments based on the results and knowledge of the needs of various populations. Prerequisite: FTMT 3733.

 


*Pending approval by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.