Graduate Catalog
Health and Sport Sciences

RICHARD J. BLOOMER, PhD
Chair

LAWRENCE W. WEISS, EdD
Coordinator of Graduate Studies
(901) 678-5037
E-mail: lweiss@memphis.edu

Room 106, Roane Field House
(901) 678-2989
www.memphis.edu/hss/programs

I. The Department of Health and Sport Sciences (HSS) offers two graduate degrees: 1) Master of Science degree in Health and Sport Science with concentrations in Environmental Nutrition (ENVN, online program only), Exercise and Sport Science (EXSS), Health Promotion (HPRO, online program only), Nutrition Science (NSCI),  Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE), or Sport Commerce (SPRT); and 2) Master of Science degree in Clinical Nutrition (NUTR).

All graduate students must comply with the general requirements of the Graduate School (see Admissions Regulations, Academic Regulations, and Minimum Degree Requirements) as well as the program requirements of the degree being pursued.

II. MS Degree Program with Major in Health and Sport Science

Program objectives are: (1) to recognize the diverse nature of subject matter embodied in the respective program disciplines; (2) to understand the research findings and theoretical constructs undergirding the corresponding disciplines within the health and sport science umbrella, including the development of specialized skills needed for systematic inquiry;; (3) to understand the critical role of diversity in delivering inclusive sport science services; (4) to develop effective leadership skills; and (5) to understand and embrace ethical standards of the respective disciplines.

A. Admission Requirements

  1. An applicant must submit an official transcript for undergraduate and graduate studies, an official report of Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores, and an application to the Graduate School. An applicant seeking admission to the Sport Commerce concentration may opt to take the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) in lieu of the GRE. An applicant seeking admission to the Physical Education Teacher Education concentration may opt to take the PRAXIS II exams in lieu of the GRE.
  2. An applicant must also submit the following to the department: 1) HSS Graduate Admission Application Form, 2) two letters of recommendation, and 3) a 300-500 word statement of goals including identification of the intended area of concentration. (Contact the department's academic services coordinator for application forms. Departmental application forms are also available on-line at http://www.memphis.edu/hss/. (Click on "Advising," then "Graduate Admissions.")
  3. An applicant must have graduated with a minimum baccalaureate GPA of 2.5.
  4. Completion of an appropriate undergraduate major and a strong background in discipline-specific courses:
    1. Environmental Nutrition: life science-oriented courses such as nutrition, biology, health sciences, public health, health promotion, food service, and anthropology
    2. Exercise and Sport Science: anatomy and physiology, health sciences, exercise physiology, anatomic kinesiology, biomechanics, sport psychology, and motor learning
    3. Health Promotion: science-oriented courses such as, but not limited to, nutrition, biology, biochemistry, health sciences, chemistry, and psychology
    4. Nutrition Science: science-oriented courses such as, but not limited to, nutrition, biology, biochemistry, health sciences, and chemistry
    5. Physical Education Teacher Education: anatomic kinesiology, anatomy and physiology, biology, exercise physiology, health sciences, motor learning, nutrition, and sport psychology
    6. Sport Commerce: sport management, economics, finance, marketing, public relations, commercial recreation, resort management, and tourism
  5. Completion of undergraduate work deemed by the concentration committee as prerequisite to graduate courses.
  6. Student admissions to the respective programs within the Health and Sport Science (HSS) major are differentially restricted to enable graduate faculty within each concentration to closely mentor their students. To ensure maximum consideration for admission into a specific HSS concentration, the following dates are provided: May 1 for summer and fall and November 1 for the spring semester. The admission committee may request a personal interview. Multiple criteria will be used when considering applicant admission, including, but not limited to, undergraduate and graduate grade point average, GRE/GMAT/PRAXIS II scores, personal goals statement, relevant employment history, and letters of recommendation.

B. Program Requirements

  1. A minimum of 30 hours is required for the major although respective concentrations may require additional credit hours.
  2. Program Research Core (6 hours):
    1. HMSE 7010
    2. EDPR 7541
  3. Concentration requirements:
    1. Environmental Nutrition (18 hours): NUTR 7182, 7183, 7710, 7712, 7722, 7850
    2. Exercise and Sport Science (18 hours): EDPR 7542 or PUBH 7152; EXSS 7020,  7123, 7163, 7201, 7202
    3. Health Promotion (24 hours): HPRO 7182, 7183, 7710, 7712, 7722, 7780, 7790; PUBH 7132 or EDPR 7551
    4. Nutrition Science (12 hours): NUTR 7152, 7412, 7422, PUBH 7152
    5. Physical Education Teacher Education (18 hours): PETE 7201, 7202, 7203, 7204, 7205, 7501;
    6. Sport Commerce (12 hours): SPRT 7321, 7420, 7440, 7503
  4. Guided electives selected with approval of the advisor:
    1. Environmental Nutrition (0-3 hours)
    2. Exercise and Sport Science (6 hours)
    3. Health Promotion (no electives)
    4. Nutrition Science (9 hours)
    5. Physical Education Teacher Education (6 hours)
    6. Sport Commerce Concentration (12 hours)
  5. Culminating Experience (3-9 hours)(Consult Graduate School Calendar for submission deadlines - http://www.memphis.edu/gradschool/calendar.php):
    1. Environmental Nutrition: NUTR 7800 (3-6 hours), and NUTR 7950 (3 hours);
    2. Exercise and Sport Science: HMSE 7996 (6 hours) or EXSS 7950 (6 hours). Students choosing the thesis option should familiarize themselves with the Thesis/Dissertation Preparation Guide before starting to write.
    3. Health Promotion: HPRO 7950 (6 hours)
    4. Nutrition Science: HMSE 7996 (6 hours) or NUTR 7950 (6 hours).  Students choosing the thesis option should familiarize themselves with the Thesis/Dissertation Preparation Guide before starting to write.
    5. Physical Education Teacher Education: HMSE 7996 (6 hours) or PETE 7950 (6 hours)
    6. Sport Commerce: HMSE 7996 (6 hours) or SPRT 7605 (3 hours). Students electing to write a thesis should familiarize themselves with the Thesis/Dissertation Preparation Guide before starting to write.
  6. Successful completion of an oral or written comprehensive examination (successful defense of the Applied Project or Thesis may serve this purpose). (Consult Graduate School Calendar for submission deadlines - http://www.memphis.edu/gradschool/calendar.php)
  7. Consult Graduate School Calendar for Intent to Graduate submission deadlines - http://www.memphis.edu/gradschool/calendar.php
  8. An Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s (ABM) Program is offered by the Department of Health & Sport Sciences in two general program areas:
    1. BSEd, Health & Human Performance (HHP) with a concentration in Exercise & Sport Science (EXSS)/ MS, Health & Sport Science (HSS) with a concentration in Exercise & Sport Science (EXSS)

      The Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s (ABM) degree program HHP (EXSS)/ HSS (EXSS) provides qualified UM senior undergraduate students the opportunity to satisfy course requirements, including elective hours, for the bachelor’s degree in HHP with a concentration in EXSS that also may be subsequently applied on a prearranged basis to the master’s degree in HSS with a concentration in EXSS that may satisfy some of its degree requirements.
    2. Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s (ABM) Program: BSEd, Sport & Leisure Management (SLM)/MS, Health & Sport Science (HSS) with a concentration in Sport Commerce (SPRT)

      The Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s (ABM) degree program SLM/ HSS (SPRT) provides qualified UM senior undergraduate students the opportunity to satisfy course requirements, including elective hours, for the bachelor’s degree in SLM that also may be subsequently applied on a prearranged basis to the master’s degree in HSS with a concentration in SPRT that may satisfy some of its degree requirements.

For students who work closely with their advisors in planning their course of study in the Department of Health & Sport Sciences, this option offers the opportunity of simultaneously satisfying partial degree requirements for a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in an accelerated program of study. Upon completion of the undergraduate degree with a satisfactory undergraduate grade point average and a grade of “B” or better in all graduate courses completed, the student may move to full graduate student status, and the preapproved graduate courses taken as an undergraduate may be applied toward the prespecified graduate program of study.

Students may use up to nine credit hours of designated courses in meeting the requirements of both the HHP/EXSS bachelor’s and HSS/EXSS master’s degrees or the SLM bachelor’s and HSS/SPRT master’s degrees. Courses considered for this purpose may include 4000/6000-level cognates and/or 7000-level courses. Undergraduate students will register for the 6000- or 7000-level courses, but fees will be levied at the undergraduate rate. Students applying for this program must:

  1. Have completed at least 18 hours of course work at UM before taking courses as part of the ABM program;
  2. Have a UM GPA of 3.25 or better
  3. Be within 30 semester hours of graduation
  4. Have written approval of the HSS Department Chair, the program coordinator(s) of both the respective undergraduate and graduate programs, and the HSS Academic Services Coordinator in order for specific graduate courses being acceptable for dual credit in the undergraduate and master’s degree programs;
  5. Meet all requirements for admission (including the GRE for either program or GMAT for SPRT) into the specified graduate program (except for receipt of the undergraduate degree); and
  6. Submit an application for admission to the ABM Degree Program, along with all necessary admissions documentation to the Graduate School by the deadline dates listed below.

A maximum total of nine semester hours of preapproved graduate coursework may be considered for dual credit in the undergraduate and graduate degree programs and a maximum total academic load of 15 hours during the semester in which any of the graduate courses are taken.

Students interested in this option must concurrently meet in person with the HSS Department Chair, the program coordinator(s) for respective undergraduate and graduate programs in question, as well as the HSS Academic Services Coordinator, and receive their written approval of the application.  Final acceptance into the ABM program is contingent upon approval by the Vice Provost for Graduate Programs.  Approvals apply only for the specific programs and courses designated in the application. Stipulated graduate courses for the ABM program are the only ones for which students in the undergraduate program are eligible to enroll, and completion of all allowable graduate courses is optional.   

For application materials, contact the HSS Academic Services Coordinator at 901-678-5037 or go to http://www.memphis.edu/hss/admission-and-advising.htm . Students may not apply online for this program. Submit application materials to the Department of Health & Sport Sciences no later than the following dates , after which departmentally-approved applications will be submitted by the department to the Graduate School for consideration:

April 15 for Fall term admission

October 15 for Spring term admission

April 15 for Summer term admission

Subsequent to admission into the ABM program and satisfactory completion of stipulated coursework approved for the designated programs of study, a maximum of 9 credit hours from the following graduate courses may be applied to the respective programs of study for both the undergraduate and graduate levels as follows:

Health & Sport Science with a concentration in Exercise & Sport Science: 

•  EXSS 6000 or EXSS 6603

•  HMSE 7010

•  EXSS 7020

Health & Sport Science with a concentration in Sport Commerce: 

•  SLC 6001

•  SLC 6002

•  SLC 6800

•  SPRT 7503

•  SPRT 7600

•  SPRT 7603

 

C. Program Retention Policy

All MS degree students are regularly monitored for completion of any entry-level deficiencies by graduate faculty.

Program retention committees, comprised of selected graduate faculty within the corresponding programs of study, monitor the academic progress of all MS degree candidates in the respective programs. Each committee determines whether or not the student is making sufficient progress and, in case of deficiencies, may recommend additional work or the dismissal of the student from the program. For any student recommended for dismissal, an appeals process is available.

III. MS Degree Program with Major in Clinical Nutrition

Enrollment is limited to 8 to 12 students per year. Program objectives are: (1) competence in nutrition therapy for individuals and groups; (2) ability to integrate and apply principles of food, nutrition, and management services for individuals and groups; and (3) ability to conduct research which will contribute to the body of knowledge in clinical nutrition and dietetics.

A. Program Prerequisites

  1. Completion of an undergraduate major in foods and/or nutrition to include an Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) approved Didactic Program in Dietetics.
  2. Acceptable undergraduate grade point average.
  3. Acceptable scores on the Graduate Record Examination.
  4. Admission to Graduate School.
  5. Demonstrated interest in the field of clinical nutrition by letter, documented work experiences, and evidence of above average performance documented by letters of reference.
  6. Payment of internship fee.

B. Program Requirements

A total of 32-42 hours is required for completion of this major, three hours of which must be a culminating experience (thesis or Applied Project in Clinical Nutrition), and 10 hours of which must be clinical internship and residency.

  1. The following twenty-six hours are required:

    NUTR 7204 Perspectives in Nutrition in the Life Cycle (3)
    NUTR 7205 Nutrition Care in Acute and Chronic Illness I (3)
    HPRO 7780 Health Counseling (3)
    NUTR 7305 Nutrition Care in Acute and Chronic Illness II (3)
    NUTR 7405 Pharmacology for Nutrition Professionals (3)
    NUTR 7412 Cellular Nutrition I (3)
    NUTR 7415 Professional Issues in Nutrition (2)
    NUTR 7422 Cellular Nutrition II (3)
    NUTR 7522 Clinical Nutrition and Food Service Management (3)

  2. Six hours are required as a research collateral and include the following courses:

    EDPR 7523 Applied Educational Research (3) or HMSE 7010 Research Methods in Health & Sport Science and either
    NUTR 7950 Applied Project in Clinical Nutrition (3) or
    HMSE 7996 Thesis (3).

    Students electing to write a thesis should familiarize themselves with the Thesis/Dissertation Preparation Guide before starting to write.
  3. Ten hours are required as a clinical internship component that includes nine credit hours for the AND accredited dietetic internship (1200 hours) and one credit hour of advanced clinical practice (120 hours). The required courses include:

    NUTR 7481 Clinical Internship in Nutrition (9)
    NUTR 7482 Clinical Residency in Nutrition (1)

  4. The student entering the program, having completed an AND-accredited dietetic internship with proof of registration as a dietitian, may waive Clinical Internship in Nutrition - 9 hours (NUTR 7481 and residency 1 hour NUTR 7482). The registered dietitian status must have been earned within the previous 6 years or the student will be required to verify the work by successful completion of a departmental exam.
  5. Successful completion of an oral comprehensive exam. (Consult Graduate School Calendar for submission deadlines - http://www.memphis.edu/gradschool/calendar.php)
  6. Oral defense of culminating experience (Applied Project in Clinical Nutrition or thesis). Consult Graduate School Calendar for Intent to Graduate submission deadlines -http://www.memphis.edu/gradschool/calendar.php.

HEALTH AND SPORT SCIENCE(HMSE)


HMSE 7010 - Research Methods in HSS (3)
Introduction to health, nutrition, sport science, and/or exercise research/methodology. Addresses applicable research techniques and designs emphasizing planning, conducting, and reporting research, selecting appropriate statistical analyses, and interpreting findings. PREREQUISISTE: Permission of Instructor

HMSE 7403 - Measurement/Evaluation (3)
(PHED 7403). Includes selection, application, and evaluation of certain tests appropriate to the Human Movement Sciences.

HMSE 7996 - Thesis (1-6)
(FITW/HLTH/PHED /RECR 7996). Application for writing a thesis must be filled out on an approved form after consultation with the major professor and filed with the Director of Graduate Studies. Grades of S, U, or IP will be given.

EXERCISE AND SPORT SCIENCE (EXSS)

In addition to the courses below, the department may offer the following Special Topics courses: 
6902-11. Special Topics in EXSS. (3). Current topics in exercise and sport science. May be repeated with change in topic. See online class listings for topic.
7902-11--8902-11. Special Topics EXSS. (1-3). (PHED 7903-13). Current topics in exercise and sport science. May be repeated with a change in topic. See online class listings for topic.


EXSS 6000 - Exer Test Interp Lab (3)
Acquisition and practice of laboratory/clinical skills in measurement techniques, tools, and interpretations of physical performance and fitness; introduces theoretical and functional techniques of graded exercise testing for functional and/or diagnostic assessment.

EXSS 6010 - Supp/Food/Drugs Health (3)
A comprehensive exposure to the role of nutrition in optimizing performance and training adaptations, including macro- and micronutrient intake, proper timing and amount of intake, and analysis of the validity of proposed ergogenic performance and/or structural adaptations. PREREQUISITE: permission of instructor.

EXSS 6406 - Exercise Test/ECG Intrp (3)
Introduction to methods of conducting ECG and cardiopulmonary exercise testing for asymptomatic and symptomatic populations; ACSM principles of exercise testing and methods of ECG interpretation.

EXSS 6603 - Adv Meth Strength Cond (3)
Advanced study of training principles for strength and conditioning programs and their underlying physiological bases. PREREQUISITES: Permission of instructor.

EXSS 7007 - Nutraceuticls/Diet Supp Hlth (3)
In depth review of several classes of nutraceuticals and dietary supplements with relevance to human health, disease prevention, and physical performance improvement. Both in vitro and in vivo animal and human models are used to provide a mechanistic basis for proposed actions of various nutritional ingredients on target physiological systems. Intended for graduate students studying Exercise Science, Physiology, Biochemistry, Nutrition, Medicine, Nursing, or related fields. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor.

EXSS 7020 - Pub/Prop in Health & Biomed (3)
Steps involved in preparing external funding proposals and manuscripts for publication. Particular attention given to the following: organizing document components, effective writing techniques, documentation issues, interpretation of findings, sentence structure, and reference citing. Identification of appropriate journals for publication consideration as well as common and novel funding sources (federal, state, local, and private) for supporting research work.

EXSS 7123 - Mech Analysis Mtr Skill (3)
(PHED 7123). Experiences that will enhance the understanding and practical application of the laws of mechanical physics to the fundamental techniques utilized in the performance of physical activities.

EXSS 7133 - Current Readings EXSS (3)
(PHED 7133). Directed readings in area of exercise and sport science; materials selected to strengthen areas of study. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 credit hours. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor. Grades of A-F, or IP will be given.

EXSS 7142 - Seminar/Health Sprt Sci (1-3)
(HLTH 7142). May be repeated for maximum of 3 credits. NOTE: EXSS majors may not use this course to fulfill degree requirements.PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor. Grades of S, U, or IP will be given.

EXSS 7152 - Problems in EXSS (3)
Independent study and/or research project on selected problems and issues in exercise and sport science. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor. Grades of A-F, or IP will be given.

EXSS 7163 - Advanced Motor Learning (3)
(PHED 7163). Analysis of research evidence related to motor skill learning and performance; emphasis on feedback mechanisms, practice variables, and retention and transfer of skills.

EXSS 7173 - Sport/Exercise Psych (3)
Survey of literature related to psychological aspects of participation in sport, exercise, and physical activity settings.

EXSS 7201 - Phys Exer Musculoskltl (3)
An analysis of the physiological bases of musculoskeletal performance as well as specific adaptations that occur consequent to various regimens of exercise; instruction in selected techniques for assessing musculoskeletal function and structure.

EXSS 7202 - Phys Ex Mtbolc/Cardresp (3)
An analysis of the acute and chronic metabolic/cardiorespiratory bases of human performance and fitness under various internal and external environmental conditions instruction in selected techniques for assessing metabolic/cardiorespiratory function and structure.

EXSS 7210 - Anlys Muscle Function (3)
Theoretical bases for and applications of isokinetic (velocity-controlled) and isoinertial (dynamic constant external resistance) testing; students are guided in developing and evaluating new specialized protocols for assessing musculoskeletal function with an emphasis on velocity-spectrum and load-spectrum testing; data interpretation will be stressed. PREREQUISITES: EDPR 7523, EDPR 7541, EXSS 7201, or permission of instructor.

EXSS 7220 - Adv Skltl Mscl Str/Fnct (3)
In-depth study of the skeletal muscle system; follows EXSS 7201 and covers gross, cellular, and molecular responses and adaptations of skeletal muscle of various types of human exercise; detailed information critical to the graduate student specializing in or interested in human skeletal muscle and exercise.

EXSS 7230 - Exercise Endocrinology (3)
Introduces principles of hormonal regulation of human physiological function and methods of assessing endocrine status; examines hormonal responses and adaptations to exercise and physical activity in healthy and diseased humans, testing and analysis procedures, and human exercise responses.

EXSS 7240 - Athero/Cvd Patho/Interv (3)
In-depth review of atherosclerosis and associated clinical manifestations; prevention and treatment emphasizing exercise, nutrient, and pharmacological therapy. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor.

EXSS 7250 - Motor Control Bhvl Emp (3)
Analysis of theoretical and empirical basis for psychological mechanisms underlying movement control and skill development. PREREQUISITE: permission of instructor.

EXSS 7300 - Coach-Musclsketl Antmy Strngth (3)
Gross structure and function of the musculoskeletal system as related to purposeful movement of the human body during weight training activities. Note: May not be used for elective course credit in EXSS.

EXSS 7532 - Resrch/Sport Neuromechn (3)
Hands-on research methods training, including technological training in neuromechanical data collection and analysis; tests reliability and validity of data obtained using different technologies to examine acute response and chronic adaptation to exercise. PREREQUISITES: EDPR 7123 and EXSS 7201, or permission of instructor.

EXSS 7542 - Adv Kinesiology (3)
(PHED 7542). Analysis of mechanical factors related to body motions using experimentation and computer analysis of biophysical data; applications-intensive course involving collaboration between a faculty member and one or more students. PREREQUISITE: EDPR 7523, 7541 or permission of instructor.

EXSS 7800 - Internship in EXSS (3)
Directed laboratory experience focusing on development of knowledge, skills, and techniques needed to function as Exercise and Sport Science specialist in public or private settings. PREREQUISITE: Permission of Instructor. Grades of S, U, or IP will be given.

EXSS 7950 - Applied Project In EXSS (1-6)
Scholarly capstone experience in which students integrate and apply discipline-specific knowledge, skills, and insights in developing a product related to their professional goals as approved by a three-person project committee. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor. Grades of S, U, or I will be given.

EXSS 8007 - Nutraceuticals/Diet Supp Hlth (3)
In depth review of several classes of nutraceuticals and dietary supplements with relevance to human health, disease prevention, and physical performance improvement. Both in vitro and in vivo animal and human models are used to provide a mechanistic basis for proposed actions of various nutritional ingredients on target physiological systems. Intended for graduate students studying Exercise Science, Physiology, Biochemistry, Nutrition, Medicine, Nursing, or related fields. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor.

EXSS 8081 - Supervised Research (1-6)
Collaborative research with faculty within the major to include planning, design, management, analysis, and reporting of research. May be repeated as often as desired, but only 9 credit hours count toward the degree. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor.Grades of S, U, or IP will be given.

EXSS 8123 - Mech Analysis Mtr Skill (3)
Experiences that will enhance the understanding and practical application of the laws of mechanical physics to the fundamental techniques utilized in the performance of physical activities.

EXSS 8133 - Current Readings EXSS (3)
(PHED 7133). Directed readings in area of exercise and sport science; materials selected to strengthen areas of study. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 credit hours. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor. Grades of A-F, or IP will be given.

EXSS 8142 - Seminar/Health Sprt Sci (1-3)
(HLTH 7142). May be repeated for maximum of 3 credits. NOTE: EXSS majors may not use this course to fulfill degree requirements. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor. Grades of S, U, or IP will be given.

EXSS 8163 - Advanced Motor Learning (3)
(PHED 7163) Analysis of research evidence related to motor skill learning and performance; emphasis on feedback mechanisms, practice variables, and retention and transfer of skills.

EXSS 8173 - Sport/Exercise Psych (3)
Survey of literature related to psychological aspects of participation in sport, exercise, and physical activity settings.

EXSS 8201 - Phys Exer Musculosklt (3)
An analysis of the physiological bases of musculoskeletal performance as well as specific adaptations that occur consequent to various regimens of exercise; instruction in selected techniques for assessing musculoskeletal function and structure.

EXSS 8202 - Phys Ex Mtbolc/Cardresp (3)
An analysis of the acute and chronic metabolic/cardiorespiratory bases of human performance and fitness under various internal and external environmental conditions instruction in selected techniques for assessing metabolic/cardiorespiratory function and structure.

EXSS 8210 - Anlys Muscle Function (3)
Theoretical bases for and applications of isokinetic (velocity-controlled) and isoinertial (dynamic constant external resistance) testing; students are guided in developing and evaluating new specialized protocols for assessing musculoskeletal function with an emphasis on velocity-spectrum and load-spectrum testing; data interpretation will be stressed. PREREQUISITES: EDPR 7523, EDPR 7541, EXSS 7201, or permission of instructor.

EXSS 8220 - Adv Skltl Mscl Str/Fnct (3)
In-depth study of the skeletal muscle system; follows EXSS 7201 and covers gross, cellular, and molecular responses and adaptations of skeletal muscle of various types of human exercise; detailed information critical to the graduate student specializing in or interested in human skeletal muscle and exercise.

EXSS 8230 - Exercise Endocrinology (3)
Introduces principles of hormonal regulation of human physiological function and methods of assessing endocrine status; examines hormonal responses and adaptations to exercise and physical activity in healthy and diseased humans, testing and analysis procedures, and human exercise responses.

EXSS 8240 - Athero/Cvd Patho/Interv (3)
In-depth review of atherosclerosis and associated clinical manifestations; prevention and treatment emphasizing exercise, nutrient, and pharmacological therapy. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor.

EXSS 8250 - Motor Control Bhvl Emp (3)
Analysis of theoretical and empirical basis for psychological mechanisms underlying movement control and skill development. PREREQUISITE: permission of instructor.

EXSS 8532 - Resrch/Sport Neuromechn (3)
Hands-on research methods training, including technological training in neuromechanical data collection and analysis; tests reliability and validity of data obtained using different technologies to examine acute response and chronic adaptation to exercise. PREREQUISITES: EDPR 7123 and EXSS 7201, or permission of instructor.

EXSS 8542 - Adv Kinesiology (3)
(PHED 7542). Analysis of mechanical factors related to body motions using experimentation and computer analysis of biophysical data; applications-intensive course involving collaboration between a faculty member and one or more students. PREREQUISITE: EDPR 7523, 7541 or permission of instructor.

HEALTH PROMOTION (HPRO)

In addition to the courses below, the department may offer the following Special Topics courses: 
6202-20. Workshops in HPRO. (1-3). (HLTH 6202-20). Selected phases of health promotion through group study; in-depth study of areas of interest and need for persons in health promotion and related fields.
6902-11 . Special Topics HPRO. (3). Current topics in health promotion. May be repeated with change in topic. See online class listings for topic.
7902-11. Special Topics HPRO. (1-3). (HLTH 7092-11). Current topics in health promotion. May be repeated with a change in topic. See online class listings for topic.


HPRO 7122 - Current Readings HPRO (3)
(HLTH 7122). Directed readings in health promotion; material selected to strengthen areas of study. May be repeated for maximum of 9 credits. Grades of A-F, or IP will be given.

HPRO 7142 - Seminar in HPRO (1-3)
(HLTH 7142). Graduate seminar in health promotion. Grades of S, U, or IP will be given.

HPRO 7152 - Problems In HPRO (3)
Independent study and/or research project on selected health problems or issues. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor. Grades of A-F, or IP will be given.

HPRO 7182 - Health Promotion (3)
(FITW 7182). Introduction to broad and challenging academic discipline and profession of health promotion; explores theories of behavior and change, ethical and professional considerations, as well as fundamentals of program planning, implementation, and evaluation.

HPRO 7183 - Lifestyle/Wellness/Disease (3)
Effect of physical activity, physical fitness, and other lifestyle behaviors on health and prevention or delay of selected chronic diseases.

HPRO 7702 - Contmporary Hlth Issue (3)
(HLTH 7702). Extensive examination of timely and important issues in the health promotion area.

HPRO 7703 - Life Phys Act & Hlth (3)
Introduces classroom health promotion, including approaches to policy making, program development and implementation, practice of self-care, behavioral and attitudinal change, and health enhancement. PREREQUISITE: Admission to TEP or licensed to teach.

HPRO 7704 - Int Hlth Beh Evdy Life (3)
Examines theories of behavior change, barriers to behavior change, how behaviors and individual risk factors affect chronic disease, how our environment affects health behaviors, and how to critique health information in order to synthesize nutrition, activity, and healthy behavior.

HPRO 7710 - Event Plan/Prog Promo (3)
Introduction to program promotion techniques and event planning strategies; focuses on techniques and requirements for planning and conducting health promotion campaigns and special events such as meetings, corporate events, professional conferences, community functions, state/national initiatives, and sponsorships.

HPRO 7712 - Epidemiology (3)
(HLTH 7712). Introduction to selected diseases of special concern in public health practice with emphasis on epidemiologic models and methods.

HPRO 7722 - Hlth Intrvntn Thry/Apps (3)
(HLTH 7722). Examination of an array of health theories and their applications to relevant health problems and prevention-intervention programs; these theoretical frameworks will be critiqued in some depth.

HPRO 7732 - Random Cln Trial/HSS (3)
Provides thorough grounding in planning and executing randomized clinical trials pertaining to design, conducting, evaluation, and resource acquisition. PREREQUISITES: EDPR 7523, 7541, or permission of instructor.

HPRO 7780 - Health Counseling (3)
Introduces clinical counseling techniques focusing on the development and application of basic health counseling and lifestyle coaching skills. Self-evaluation, giving and receiving feedback and reflection upon the development of clinical skills and ethical tendencies is an essential part of this course.

HPRO 7790 - Lead/Manage HPRO Prgms (3)
Concepts and practice of the structure and functions of health promotion programs. Provides a foundation for various project direction skills, including planning, implementation, leadership, management (time, risk, and financial), quality assurance, evaluation, dissemination, and maintenance of health programs.

HPRO 7800 - Internship in HPRO (3-6)
Directed field experience focusing on development of knowledge, skills, and techniques needed to function as health promotion specialist in public or private settings. Grades of S, U, or IP will be given.

HPRO 7950 - Applied Project in HPRO (1-6)
Scholarly capstone experience in which students integrate and apply discipline-specific knowledge, skills, and insights in developing a product related to their professional goals as approved by a three-person project committee. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor. Grades of S, U, or I will be given.

HPRO 8732 - Random Cln Trial/HSS (3)
Provides thorough grounding in planning and executing randomized clinical trials pertaining to design, conducting, evaluation, and resource acquisition. PREREQUISITES: EDPR 7523, 7541, or permission of instructor.

NUTRITION (NUTR)

In addition to the courses below, the department may offer the following Special Topics courses: 
NUTR 6001-6006. Special Topics NUTR. (3). Current topics in nutrition. May be repeated with change in topic. See online class listings for topic.


NUTR 6602 - Community Nutrition (3)
(HMEC, CSED 6602). Nutritional problems and practices of diverse ethnic, age, and socioeconomic groups; educational skill development for intervention; local, regional, national, international agencies that address these nutritional needs. PREREQUISITE: CSED 2202 or permission of instructor.

NUTR 6702 - Food Production Intern (3)
(HMEC, CSED 6702). Supervised field experience in an area of food production and service preparation for ServSafe, a food safety and sanitation certification.

NUTR 6722 - Catering Internship (3)
(HMEC, CSED 6702). Supervised field experience in catering. PREREQUISITES: HMEC 3602, 4502 OR CSED 3602, 4502.

NUTR 6902 - Study Tour/Foods/Nutr (1-3)
(HMEC, CSED 6900). On-the scene knowledge about foods and nutrition. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours. Only 6 hours applicable to degree. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor.

NUTR 7152 - Problems in NUTR (3)
(EXSS/HPRO/PETE/SPRT 7152). Independent study and/or research project on selected problems and issues in exercise and sport science. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor.

NUTR 7182 - Environmental Nutrition (3)
Study of the relationships between food, nutrition, and the environment with emphasis on sustainability.

NUTR 7183 - Alternative/Complementary NUTR (3)
Study of alternative and complementaryt nutrition practices with emphasis on evaluating effectiveness.

NUTR 7204 - Nutrition Through Life Cycle (3)
Food, nutrition, and human behavior in the development of individuals throughout the life span; economic, social and environmental bases for intervention in development of food habits; nutrition assessment methods; current issues and controversies in nutrition, and prevention of nutrition-related problems and conditions. PREREQUISITE: Student must be enrolled in the MS in Clinical Nutrition or permission of instructor.

NUTR 7205 - Nutrition Care Acute/Chronic I (3)
(CSED 7205). Didactic and laboratory methods in the selection, performance, and interpretation of nutrition assessment techniques. PREREQUISITE: Enrollment in the Dietetic Internship and Residency Program.

NUTR 7206 - Lifetime Nutr & Hlth (3)
Equips teachers with nutrition knowledge, skills, and application needed to promote health learning. PREREQUISITE: Admitted to TEP or licensed to teach.

NUTR 7212 - Appl Nutr For Health (3)
(HMEC, CSED 7212). Basic principles of nutrition and their applications to health and fitness. Not applicable to nutrition concentration.

NUTR 7305 - Nutrition Care Acute/ChronicII (3)
Integration of principles of anatomy, normal and pathophysiology, biochemistry, psychology, anthropology, epidemiology, and foods science with a survey of current nutritional, medical, and pharmacological treatments in the prevention, treatment, and management of diseases and disorders of the body systems. PREREQUISITE: Enrollment in the Dietetic Internship and Residency Program or completion of an ADA approved dietetic internship.

NUTR 7405 - Pharmacol Nutr Prof (3)
Introduction to pharmaceutical sciences including general principles and phases of drug action, drug and nutrient interactions, pharmaceutical issues in nutrition support, supplement/herbal issues, and highlights of commonly prescribed medication that are used in medical condition which have a nutrition component. PREREQUISITE: Enrollment in the Dietetic Internship and Residency Program or completion of an ADA approved dietetic internship.

NUTR 7412 - Cellular Nutrition I (3)
(CSED 7412). Generation, storage, and use of energy; metabolism of carbohydrate, protein, fat, and other macro and micronutrients; control of metabolic processes in normal, anabolic, and catabolic conditions. PREREQUISITE: Student must meet ADA Didactic Program in Dietetics requirements or permission of instructor.

NUTR 7415 - Prof Issues Nutr (2)
Survey of professional issues for clinical dietitians. Topics covered will include ethics, reimbursement, communicating nutrition information to the public, professional development and participation, entrepreneurship, marketing, and developing business plans. PREREQUISITE: Enrollment in the Dietetic Internship and Residency Program.

NUTR 7422 - Cellular Nutrition II (3)
(CSED 7422). Cellular and subcellular metabolism of the micro-nutrients; digestion, absorption, transport, utilization, and excretion of vitamins and minerals; interrelationships of micro- and macronutrients; recent advances in micronutrient research. PREREQUISITE: Student must meet the ADA Didactic Program in Dietetics requirements of permission of instruction.

NUTR 7452 - Comparative Digestion/NUTR (3)
Study of the vertebrate digestive system and the relations with diet, development, and health and disease.

NUTR 7454 - Molecular Nutrition (3)
Study of the cellular and molecular responses of the body to nutrients and the relations with health.

NUTR 7481 - Clin Intern Nutr (1-9)
(CSED 7481). Directed clinical experience (100 hours per credit) in health care settings serving children, adolescent, and adults in clinical and community settings, as well as administration of nutrition services. Emphasis on nutrition in growth and development, maintenance of wellness, and prevention and treatment of disease and disability. May be repeated for up to 9 hours of credit. PREREQUISITE: Enrollment in the Dietetic Internship and Residency Program and completion of 24 hours of coursework.

NUTR 7482 - Clinical Residency Nutr (1)
Individualized clinical experience (120 hours) designed at an advanced level to enhance self-direction in learning and to develop advanced competence in area of individual interest. PREREQUISITE: Student must have completed an ADA accredited dietetic internship.

NUTR 7522 - Clncl Nutritn/Food Servc Mgmt (3)
(CSED 7522). Detailed overview of current food service management systems with particular emphasis on hospital system internships. PREREQUISITE: NUTR 6602.

NUTR 7710 - Humanitarian Nutrition (3)
Study of local and global food/nutrition availability and accessibility. Food justice and environmental stewardship.

NUTR 7712 - Cultural Nutrition and Foods (3)
Overview of traditional food practices locally and globally to develop understanding of food values.

NUTR 7722 - Sustainable Food System (3)
Current issues related to sustainable food systems. Sustainable agriculture, health, hunger, environmental, economic, food safety, and political perspectives of relevant topics.

NUTR 7800 - Internship in Environ NUTR (3-6)
Directed field experience focusing on development of knowledge, skills, and techniques needed to function as an environmental nutrition specialist in public or private settings. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor. Grades of S, U, or IP will be given.

NUTR 7850 - Seminar in Environmental NUTR (3)
In depth review and presentation of topic focused on a current issue in environmental nutrition. PREREQUISITE: permission of instructor.

NUTR 7950 - Applied Project in NUTR (1-6)
Scholarly capstone experience in which students integrate and apply discipline-specific knowledge, skills, and insights in developing a product related to their professional goals as approved by a three-person project committee. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor. Grades of S, U, or I will be given.

NUTR 8412 - Cellular Nutrition I (3)
(CSED 7412). Generation, storage, and use of energy; metabolism of carbohydrate, protein, fat, and other macro and micronutrients; control of metabolic processes in normal, anabolic, and catabolic conditions. PREREQUISITE: Student must meet ADA Didactic Program in Dietetics requirements or permission of instructor.

NUTR 8422 - Cellular Nutrition II (3)
(CSED 7422). Cellular and subcellular metabolism of the micro-nutrients; digestion, absorption, transport, utilization, and excretion of vitamins and minerals; interrelationships of micro- and macronutrients; recent advances in micronutrient research. PREREQUISITE: Student must meet the ADA Didactic Program in Dietetics requirements of permission of instruction.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER EDUCATION (PETE)

NOTE: Courses numbered 7001-7008 are restricted to post-bachelor's non-degree students seeking certification in teaching physical education in Tennessee. They do not apply toward master's degrees.

In addition to the courses below, the department may offer the following Special Topics courses: 
PETE 7902-7911. Special Topics PETE. (3). Important topics in Physical Education Teacher Education. May be repeated with a change in topic; see online class listings for topics.


PETE 7001 - App Sci Prin/PETE (3)
Applied study of structure and function of human body, including mechanical and physiological principles of human movement, motor learning, and psychological and sociological aspects of physical education.

PETE 7002 - Curriculum In PETE (3)
Study of different curricular models and how to set up yearly and unit plans.

PETE 7003 - Tchng Indv/Team Sports (3)
Augments physical educators' skills, knowledge, and attitudes about individual and team sports and the techniques of teaching these activities to different age groups.

PETE 7004 - Learner Assessmnt PETE (3)
Provides students with a range of tools to assess school children in psychomotor, cognitive, affective, and fitness areas.

PETE 7005 - Educational Gym&Dance (3)
Prepares students to teach educational gymnastics and dance in school settings, as well as providing opportunities to develop individual skills.

PETE 7006 - Instruction In PETE (3)
Provides students with a range of instructional models that can be used in teaching physical education.

PETE 7007 - Advanced Clinical Pract (3-9)
Full-time, planned, and supervised experience in a physical education setting for K-12 certified students, the majority already placed in a school setting; supervision by HMSE faculty. COREQUISITE: PETE 7008.

PETE 7008 - PETE Professional Seminar (1-3)
Includes a range of professional issues and the development of a professional portfolio. COREQUISITE: PETE 7007.

PETE 7133 - Current Readings PETE (3)
Directed readings in area of physical education teacher education; materials selected to strengthen areas of study. PREREQUISITE: Permission of the instructor.

PETE 7142 - Seminar In PETE (1-3)
May be repeated when topic changes for a maximum of 3 credits.

PETE 7152 - Special Problems In PETE (1-3)
Independent study or research or both on selected physical education problems or issues, providing advanced knowledge and/or experiences. May be repeated for a maximum of 3 credit hours. Grades of S, U, or IP will be given.

PETE 7201 - Instructional Models/PETE (3)
Study and reflection on models of instruction unique to physical education: large class sizes, open indoor and outdoor settings, and greater diversity of students and learning styles; emphasis on reading, discussion, and application based on understanding instructional strategies and various instructional models for physical education.

PETE 7202 - Curriculum Models/PETE (3)
Study and reflection on current curriculum models in physical education, including a study and critical analysis of developmentally appropriate curriculum specific to physical education.

PETE 7203 - Assessmnt/Eval In PETE (3)
Study and reflection on assessment and evaluation strategies used in physical education and to provide teachers and researchers with knowledge and skills necessary to conduct both process and product evaluation of physical activity.

PETE 7204 - Instructional Supv/PETE (3)
Study and reflection on models of instructional supervision in physical education, including systematic supervision, rationale, models, research, and clinical supervision and evaluation of teachers, to provide an empirical base for the development of the physical education systematic supervision model.

PETE 7205 - Issues In Urban PETE (3)
Considers the complex problems and unique possibilities that face physical education teachers and students in culturally diverse urban settings, examining different theoretical perspectives and practical approaches and their relationship to the success of children and youth in urban schools.

PETE 7501 - Organizatn/Analys PETE (3)
The teaching-learning process in physical education, focusing on teacher behaviors, student behaviors, academic learning time, teacher effectiveness as documented in both short and long term process-product studies, functional curriculum in the schools, descriptive analysis of coaches and athletes, and case study approaches.

PETE 7950 - Applied Project in PETE (1-6)
Scholarly capstone experience in which students integrate and apply discipline-specific knowledge, skills, and insights in developing a product related to their professional goals as approved by a three-person project committee. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor. Grades of S, U, or I will be given.

SPORT COMMERCE (SPRT)

In addition to the courses below, the department may offer the following Special Topics courses:
SLC 6102-11. Workshops in SLC. (1-6). (RECR 6705-15). Selected phases of sport and leisure commerce through group study, in-depth study in area of interest and need for leaders in sport and leisure commerce. May be repeated for credit when topic varies. 
SLC 6902-11. Special Topics SLC. (1-3). (RECR 6905-15).Current topics in sport and leisure commerce. May be repeated with change in topic. See online class listings for topic. 
SPRT 7102-11. Special Topics SPRT. (1-6).Selected phases of sport commerce through group study, in-depth study in area of interest and need for leaders in sport and leisure commerce. May be repeated for credit when topic varies.
SPRT 7902-11. Special Topics SPRT (1-3). Current topics in sport commerce. May be repeated with change in topic. Topics are varied and in online class listings.


SLC 6001 - Sprt Sales/Rev Prod I (3)
Analyzes and produces skills essential to revenue production and sales processes commonly found in the sport business. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor.

SLC 6002 - Sprt Sales/Rev Prod II (3)
Focuses on producing skills essential to managing existing customer sales commonly found in sport business. PREREQUISITE: SLC 6001.

SLC 6800 - Adv Computer Apps in SPRT (3)
Evolution, current application, and future potential of computers for sport commerce. PREREQUISITE: permission of instructor


SPRT 7031 - Sport Finance (3)
Provides an understanding of the current financial status of the various sectors of the sport industry as well as the strategies frequently implemented by financial managers within the industry.

SPRT 7142 - Seminar in SPRT (1-3)
(RECR 7145, SLC 7142). May be repeated for a maximum of 3 credits. Grades of S, U, or IP will be given.

SPRT 7152 - Spec Problems in SPRT (1-3)
(RECR 7155, SLC 7152). Independent study or research, or both, on selected sport commerce problems and issues. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor. Grades of A-F, or IP will be given.

SPRT 7165 - Adv Pers SC Global City (3)
(SLC 7165). Provides and understanding of synergies and disjunctures between the US and the UK sport and leisure marketplace; addresses cultural negotiations and promotional strategizing of corporations that attempt to secure a presence within multiple locales and the work of cultural intermediaries. PREREQUISITE: SPRT 7321 or permission of instructor.

SPRT 7175 - Adv Mgmt Sprt Org Int Per (3)
(SLC 7175). Provides a critical understanding of how management of sport and leisure organizations is carried out in a European context; students will gain critical knowledge of the global environment in which the US sport industry exists and the specific urban issues that frame the UK marketplace. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor.

SPRT 7321 - Theoretical Foundations (3)
(SLC 7321). Influence of historical, philosophical, and social elements upon sport and leisure management policies, practices, and programs. PREREQUISITE: Fully admitted students in Sport Commerce program.

SPRT 7331 - SPRT Promotional Culture (3)
(SLC 7331). Examination of popular sport practices and representations as both the products and producers of particular social, historical, economic, technological, and political arrangements; contribution to the formation of contextually specific class, race, gender, and nation based identities and experiences.

SPRT 7341 - Commrcl Rec/Travl Toursm (3)
(SLC 7341). Survey of commercial leisure services with special emphasis placed on travel and tourism; sports and athletics, theaters, fitness centers, amusement and theme parks, aquatic areas, risk recreation, and historical areas, and the travel and tourism industry.

SPRT 7351 - Gender/Sexuality in SPRT (3)
(SLC 7201, 7351). Relationship between sport, leisure, and the dominant gender practices, experiences, and identities that structure everyday life within contemporary society. PREREQUISITE: SPRT 7321, 7331, or permission of instructor.

SPRT 7361 - Race & Ethnicity in SPRT (3)
(SLC 7361). Influence of sport and leisure on construction of differentiated racial and ethnic identities and experiences in contemporary American society, focusing on the way sport and leisure provide contexts in which dominant understandings of race and ethnicity are introduced, naturalized, and reproduced. PREREQUISITE: SPRT 7321, 7331, or permission of instructor.

SPRT 7371 - Sprt Comrce in Global Mrkt (3)
(SLC 7371). Cultural production, meaning, promotion, and consumption of sport and leisure across contrasting social, political, and economic systems; relative position of sport and leisure industries at cultural interstices in the emerging global village including the phenomena of cultural conflict, cultural resistance, and cultural imperialism. PREREQUISITE: SPRT 7321; and 7331 or permission of instructor.

SPRT 7410 - Athletic Team Management (3)
(SLC 7410). Managerial perspective for developing an athletic program. Includes ethics within coaching, developing a philosophy of coaching, developing a youth feeder program within an athletic program, building and supervising a staff, and working with various stakeholders including administrators, athletes, and boosters.

SPRT 7420 - Sport Marketing (3)
(SLC 7332, 7420). Basic market concepts with applications to sport and leisure organizations, including urban sport and leisure market consumer behavior, strategic market planning, marketing mix component integration, and market information management. PREREQUISITE: MKTG 3010 and 4901 (or equivalents); or MKTG 7060; or permission of instructor.

SPRT 7440 - Promotns & Info Service (3)
(SLC 7440). A study of marketing communication principles and practices as they relate to sport and leisure from a theoretical, as well as practical perspective; special emphasis on building and maintaining effective media relations, advertising, sponsorship, licensing, public relations, sales, and after-marketing tactics.

SPRT 7503 - Strat Mgmt Sprt Cmrce Org (3)
(SLC 7503). Analysis of theoretical and practical issues relevant to management and administration of sport and leisure organizations; application of organizational analysis, managing change and external environments; understanding and managing power and organizational culture of sport commerce.

SPRT 7600 - Readings in SPRT (3)
(RECR 7135 or PHED 7133, SLC 7600). Directed readings in the area of sport and leisure; materials related to strengthen areas of study. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 credits. Grades of A-F, or IP will be given.

SPRT 7603 - Admin of Athletics (3)
(SLC 7603). Representative athletic administration procedure for colleges, public school systems, and municipal athletic leagues; fiscal procedures and business management.

SPRT 7605 - Practicum in SPRT (3)
(RECR / SLC 7605). Culminating experience allows students to demonstrate knowledge and skills in an appropriate professional setting based on their training and skills. Should be conducted after all other course work is complete. Grades of S, U, or IP will be given.

SPRT 7650 - Law for the Sport Manager (3)
(SLC 7650). Introduces sport management students to advanced legal principles so that they may effectively deal with typical managerial situations within sport industry settings. Instead of being based around traditional legal theories, the course is organized around three basic managerial function: (1) strategic management/governance, (2) human resource management, and (3) marketing management.

SPRT 7651 - Policy Governance SPRT (3)
Analysis of sport organizational governance and policy development across a broad spectrum of organizations and settings, from youth sport to professional and international sport settings. Structure, leadership, planning, strategic management, regulatory power, membership, sanctions and appeals, governmental/sport commissions, policy development/implementation, and contemporary issues where policy is crucial for effective management.

SPRT 7653 - Sport Areas & Facilities Mgmt (3)
(SLC 7100, 7653). Advanced management and operation of leisure and sport areas and facilities, emphasizing comprehensive planning, design, maintenance, and inspection of areas and facilities.

SPRT 7741 - Occupational Devp SPRT (3-6)
Independent study on sport topics related to student?s occupational experiences and goals. May be repeated. Grades of S, U, or I will be given. NOTE: Sport Commerce majors may not use this course to fulfill degree requirements. PREREQUISITE: Permission of Advisor.

SPRT 7800 - Adv Computer Apps in SPRT (3)
(RECR / SLC 7800). Evolution, current application, and future potential of computers for sport commerce.

SPRT 7950 - Applied Project in SPRT (1-6)
(SLC 7950). Scholarly capstone experience in which students integrate and apply discipline-specific knowledge, skills, and insights in developing a product related to their professional goals as approved by a three-person project committee. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor. Grades of S, U, or I will be given.

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