Student Learning Outcomes
(August 2014 version)
Departmental Student Learning Outcomes
1. Demonstrate critical thinking skills in addressing discipline-based questions.
2. Demonstrate knowledge and skills of research principles and methodologies relevant to health and exercise science.
3. Apply standards, ethics, and expectations of professional communities related to health and exercise science.
4. Demonstrate learned competencies and skills as part of learning activities and experiences.
Exercise Science Student Learning Outcomes
5. Identify, assess, and analyze human movement in different contexts.
6. Describe the reciprocal relationship between physical activity and the philosophical, historical, or sociological perspectives perspectives of society.
Health Science Student Learning Outcomes
7. Understand how the social, cultural, economic, political, and biological environments affect both personal and community health.
8. Describe the U. S. health profile, including key indicators, determinants, disparities, access to health services, historical and contemporary trends and implications.