PE 4010 - Psychosocial Theories of Physical Activity
Introduces students to the fields of exercise and health psychology and the common theories and models used to explore health behaviors, with a strong emphasis on physical activity behavior. Learning outcomes include understanding individual health behaviors, facilitating psychological growth and development, comprehension of social, environmental and cultural impacts on health behaviors as well as applying these theories and models to enhance the health and well-being of others. Falls. Prerequisite(s): Junior status; Adventure Education, Athletic Training, Exercise and Sport Physiology, Health Education and Promotion, and Physical Education majors only. (INCO)
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.