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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Cook College Programs of Study Exercise Science and Sport Studies 377  

Exercise Science and Sport Studies 377

Degree: B.S.

Chairperson: David A. Feigley (feigley@rci.rutgers.edu)


Adviser
Code
Office
Phone (Ext.)
Shawn M. Arent
(AC)
Loree 113
2-8669
Mikyle Byrd
(BH)
Loree 111
2-8664
Neil Dougherty
(DN)
Loree 144
2-8673
David A. Feigley
(FR)
Loree 107
2-9525
Myron Finklestein
(FH)
Loree 112
2-9525
Joanne Hunt
(HW)
Loree 109
2-1130
Susan Kaplowitz
(KH)
Loree 110
2-9525
Linda Sharkey
(SS)
Loree 112
2-8672


Offered in cooperation with the Department of Exercise Science and Sport Studies (Faculty of Arts and Sciences), this program offers four options:

Exercise Physiology.This option provides students with a strong science foundation emphasizing preparation for graduate study or direct entrance into a variety of fields related to exercise physiology, biomechanics, and sport medicine. The program also prepares for direct entrance to upper-level certifications in the rehabilitation and fitness industries.

Exercise Science.This option provides students with a strong science foundation focusing on human anatomy and physiology, emphasizing preparation for specialized graduate study in fields such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, athletic training, physician's assistant, cardiac rehabilitation, and other subfields of sports medicine. It also permits direct entrance into related careers such as fitness management.

General.This option is available only for students electing exercise science and sport studies as a double major or dual degree program. Their first major must be a program offered by the Cook College faculty.

Sports Management.This option prepares students to enter such fields as sports marketing, sports administration, or sport facilities management. Graduate opportunities also exist in sport management and sport administration.


 
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