Fall_2007_Pete_s_HLTH_489_Syllabus2

Fall_2007_Pete_s_HLTH_489_Syllabus2 - NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS...

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NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS UNIVERSITY Department of Exercise & Sport Science SYLLABUS Fall 2007 Course : Hlth 489/589 (Fitness/Wellness Program Leadership) Room: PE 111 Time: MWF 8AM-8:50AM Instructor : Pete LeRoy, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Health Education URL: www.PeteLeRoi.com Office: PE 232 Office Hours: MW 1-3:00pm and TR 2-3:00 pm Phone: Office 426-2233 Home 718-5108 E-mail: [email protected] Textbooks : American College of Sports Medicine. Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription . (7 th Ed.). Advanced Fitness Assessment & Exercise Prescription . (5 th Ed.). Hewyard, Vivian H. Course Description : This course is designed as a lecture/practical field experience course. Lectures will be held on Mondays & Wednesdays with Friday classes meeting in the Human Performance Lab at the HU Wellness Program (Room 131, Wilson Complex). Five Fridays will be scheduled as laboratory days. The remaining Fridays we will not meet as a class. Each student will schedule 3 hours per week ( 45 hours total for the semester) as a Wellness Consultant with the HU Wellness Program. Details on scheduling field work hours will be discussed the first day of class. Field Work Hours: Students will schedule 3 hours of fieldwork per week. Three hours are to be scheduled with the Program Manager of the HU Wellness Program. Students are to keep a log of hours and experiences. The completed semester-long log is due the last day of class (12/7/07). By the end of the semester, each student must have 45 fieldwork hours logged in; doing otherwise results in failure of the course . Those who fail to fulfill their hours get two written warnings with the third write-up signifying termination from the Wellness Program and failure of this course. During the semester,
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