Learning Outcomes

Major Learning Outcomes

Students will:

  • Attain a comprehensive understanding of the biophysical, biomechanical and biochemical processes that contribute to movement production and disease progression
  • Learn to apply theories and methodologies to address fundamental questions in health-specific issues related to exercise physiology
  • Obtain independent and critical thinking skills requisite for designing, conducting, and interpreting research data in an effort to advance knowledge related to health and disease through creative and innovative research
  • Effectively communicate knowledge through oral and written means by disseminating research findings that have the potential to improve health and quality of life
  • Demonstrate principles of ethics associated with appropriate research conduct
  • Acquire technical skills requisite for conducting experimental procedures