Sports Medicine

   

Exercise Sciences courses consist of necessary component’s to develop, achieve, and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Focus is on wellness, sport, nutrition, injury prevention/management and training for athletic competition. There is a strong emphasis in some modules on anatomy, physiology, and pathology.

Sports Medicine 10

Credits: Every student must earn a minimum of 6 credits
Prerequisite: None
Required for: Sports Medicine 20
*Additional cost may include Health Care Provider Certification Course/Manual

Some colleges such as SAIT may accept these courses as prerequisites for programs such as Kinesiology, Paramedics, Emergency Technician Nursing, Massage Therapy, and NCCP coaching certification.

Course Content:

  • Sports First Aid/CPR
  • Basic Injury Management Skills
  • Professional Conduct and Athletic Trainer Responsibilities
  • Risk Management (Emergency Actions Plans)
  • Practical knowledge of nutrition for healthy and active living

CTS modules:

  • HSS1010: Health Services Foundations
  • HCS1050: Musculoskeletal System
  • REC1020: Injury Management 1
  • Theory and Practical knowledge of Human Anatomy and Body Systems
  • REC1030: Technical Foundations for Injury Management
  • HCS2020: First Aid/CPR with AED
  • HCS1910: Project A

Sports Medicine 20

Credits: every student must earn a minimum of 6 credit
Prerequisite: Sports & Active Living 15
Required for: Sports Medicine 35
*Additional cost may include Health Care Provider Certification Course/Manual

Some colleges such as SAIT may accept these courses as prerequisites for programs such as Kinesiology, Paramedics, Emergency Technician Nursing, and Massage Therapy.

Course Content:

  • Chronic and Acute Injury Management Skills
  • Child First Aid and CPR
  • Intermediate Athletic Trainer Responsibilities
  • Theory and Practical knowledge of Human Physiology
  • Sports Specific Injuries and Treatment
  • Hands on Training and Experience with a Falcons’ Athletic Team or Community Agency

CTS modules:

  • HCS3040: Child First Aid/CPR
  • HCS2130: Chronic Conditions
  • REC2020: Injury Management 2
  • HCS2120: Pain and Pain Management
  • REC2950: Rec Intermediate Practicum
  • HCS2910: HCS Project B

Sports Medicine 35

Credits: every student must earn a minimum of 5 credits
Prerequisite: Sports Medicine 25
*Additional cost may include Health Care Provider Certification Course/Manual

Some colleges such as SAIT may accept these courses as prerequisites for programs such as Kinesiology, Paramedics, Emergency Technician Nursing, and Massage Therapy.

Course Content:

  • Advancement in Human Anatomy Studies
  • Sport Politics and Community Sport Development
  • Senior Athletic Trainer Responsibilities
  • Advanced theory and practical knowledge of human physiology
  • Sports Specific Injury Treatment and Rehabilitation
  • Continued Hands on Training and Experience with a Falcons or Community Athletic Team

CTS modules:

  • REC3010: Human Movement
  • REC3020: Injury Management 3
  • HSS1100: Nature and Wellness
  • HCS3020: First Responder 1
  • HCS3910: HCS Project Project C
  • REC3920: REC Project E