Sport and Exercise Science students should be able to:
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the scientific method and principles of biology, chemistry, physics, anatomy, and physiology as they relate to human movement and physical activity.
Critically evaluate, interpret, and integrate information from the scientific literature in the discipline to describe and effectively communicate (in oral, written, and digital formats) factors related to human movement and physical activity.
Demonstrate competency with laboratory skills used to assess human movement and physical activity.
Demonstrate the ability to apply discipline related knowledge and skills to real-world problems through empirical research, internships, field experience, and/or service learning.
Demonstrate professional behavior consistent with discipline, including 1) an understanding of the societal and individual importance of a healthy, active lifestyle, 2) adherence to professional ethics, 3) service to others, 4) shared responsibility and successful collaboration with peers, and 5) commitment to lifelong learning.