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DEPARTMENT OF ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS

COURSE SYLLABI

ADAPTIVE PHYSICAL EDUCATION: KINESIOTHERAPY
HPE 111 Personal Health and Safety (1) - Fall, Spring, Summer
HPE 112 Fundamental Motor Skills (1) - Fall, Spring, Summer
HPE 113 Sports Technique and Motor Skills -I (2) Majors Only - Fall
HPE 114 Sports Techniques and Motor Skills -II (2) – Spring
HPE 214 Beginning Swimming (1) – Fall, Summer
HPE 215 Intermediate Swimming (1) – Spring, Summer
HPE 216 Medical Terminology for Allied Health Professions (2) - Fall
HPE 221 Introduction to Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Allied Health Professions (3) - Fall
HPE 224 Folk, Square, and Clog Dance (2) – Alternate in Spring
HPE 225 Modern Dance (2) – Alternate in Spring
HPE 244 Gymnastics (2) – Fall, even-numbered years
HPE 274 First Aid and Safety (2) - Fall, Summer
HPE 285 Supervised Experience in Therapeutic Clinical Settings-I (1) - Fall, Spring, Summer
HPE 321 Motor Learning (3) – Fall
HPE 373 Physiology of Exercise (3) - Spring.
HPE 374 Kinesiology and Analysis of Human Movement (3) –  Spring
HPE 375 Kinesiotherapy-I (3)– Fall
HPE 376 Therapeutic Exercise (3) – Spring
HPE 377 Advanced Personal Trainer Certification (3) – Spring
HPE 385 Supervised Experience in Therapeutic Clinical Settings -II (1) – Fall, Spring, Summer
HPE 423 Adapted Physical Education, Therapeutic Recreation and Kinesiology (3) – Spring
HPE 424 Kinesiotherapy-II: Clinical Practicum (3) – Spring
HPE 432 Organization and Administration of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Kinesiotherapy (3) - Spring
HPE 472 Tests and Measurements in Adapted Physical Education, Recreation, and Kinesiotherapy (3) - Spring
HPE 485 Supervised Experience in Therapeutic Clinical Settings-III (1) Prerequisite: HPE 385 - Fall, Spring, Summer
HPE 490 Methods of Teaching Allied Health Sciences (3) – Fall
HPE 492 Research and Seminar in Allied Health and Kinesiotherapy (3) - Spring
HPE 493 Clinical Internship in Kinesiotherapy (6-12) - Fall, Spring, Summer
ATHLETIC TRAINING
ATH 100 Introduction to Athletic Training (3) – Spring/Day
ATH 285 Supervised Experience in Athletic Training I (1) – Fall/Day
ATH 286 Supervised Experience in Athletic Training II (1) – Spring/Day
ATH 378 Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries(3) – Spring/Day
ATH 379 Therapeutic Modalities (3) – Spring/Day
ATH 380 Pharmacology(3) – Spring/Day
ATH 383 Lower Extremity Evaluation (3) –Spring/Day
ATH 384 Upper Extremity Evaluation(3) – Fall/ Day
ATH 385 Supervised Experience in Athletic Training III (1) – Fall /Day
ATH 386 Nutrition for Sports and Performance (3) –Spring/Day
ATH 400 Rehabilitation Techniques(3) – Fall/Day
ATH 424 Clinical Evaluation and Diagnosis in Athletic Training (3) –Spring/Day
ATH432 Organization and Administration in Athletic Training (3) – Fall/ Day
ATH 485 Supervised Experience in Athletic Training IV (1) – Spring/Day
ATH 492 General Medical Conditions in Athletic Training (3) – Fall/ Day
ATH 493 Supervised Experience in Athletic Training V(1) – Fall/Day
ATH 494 Supervised Experience in Athletic Training VI (1) – Spring/Day
COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS
CSD 151 Introduction to Communication Disorders (3) – Spring/Day
CSD 245 Nature of Language (3)
CSD 246 Beginning Sign Language (3) – Fall/Spring/Day
CSD 251 Phonetics (3) – Fall/Evening
CSD 351 Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanism (3) – Spring/Day
CSD 352 Disorders of Articulation (3) – Fall/Day/Evening
CSD 353 Disorders of Fluency and Voice (3) – Fall/Evening
CSD 360 Speech and Hearing Science (3) – Fall/Day
CSD 361 Introduction to Audiology (3) – Spring/Day
CSD 363 Aural Rehabilitation (3) – Fall/Day
CSD 451 Diagnostics Methods in Speech Pathology (3) – Spring/Evening
CSD 453 Disorders of Language (3) – Fall/Evening
CSD 455 Neural Basis of Communication (3) -  Fall-Day/Evening
CSD 460 Clinical Observations and Techniques (3) – Fall/Spring-Day
CSD 467 Clinical Practicum I (3) – Fall/Day
CSD 468 Clinical Practicum II (3) – Spring/Day
RECREATION MANAGEMENT
REC 201  Foundations of Leisure and Recreation (3) Summer, Fall
REC 230 Introduction to Park Management (3) Fall
REC 281 Principles and Techniques of Recreation Leadership (3) - Fall
REC 284 Outdoor Education and Camping Techniques (3) - Spring
REC 285 Supervised Experience in Recreation I (1) - Fall, Spring, Summer
REC 311 Commercial Recreation and Tourism (3) Fall
REC 340  Recreation, Parks and Diverse Populations (3) Spring
REC 352 Event Planning (3) Spring
REC 381 Planning and Administration of Social Recreation (3)  Spring
REC 382 Parks and Recreation Supervision (3)  Fall
REC 385 Supervised Experience in Recreation II (1) Fall, Spring, Summer
REC 450  Legal Aspects of Recreation Administration (3)  Spring
REC 485 Supervised Experience in Recreation III (1)  Spring, Summer, Fall
REC 491 Internship in Recreation (6) Fall, Spring, Summer
REC 495 Special Topics in Recreation 1-3 credits Fall, Spring
RECREATIONAL THERAPY
TRC 222 Introduction to Therapeutic Recreation (3) – Spring
TRC 285 Supervised Experience in Recreational Therapy I (1)- Fall, Spring, Summer
TRC 310 Professional Foundations of Recreational Therapy (3) - Spring
TRC 342 Assessment and Documentation Strategies in Recreational Therapy (3) –Fall
TRC 372 Intervention Strategies and Facilitation Techniques in Recreational Therapy (3) – Spring
TRC 385 Supervised Experience in Recreational Therapy II (1)– Fall, Spring, Summer
TRC 400 Trends and Issues in Recreational Therapy (3) - Fall
TRC 423 Recreational Therapy in a Clinical Setting (3) – Fall
TRC 485 Pre-Internship Seminar in Recreational Therapy (1)–Fall, Spring, Summer
TRC 491 Internship in Recreational Therapy (6-12) - Fall, Spring