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HHPA-100  Drug Use In The United States

Overview of problems, issues, and research surrounding use and misuse of alcohol and other drugs in the United States. Emphasis on effective approaches toward prevention. 3 credits (US)

HHPA-164  Lifeguard Training

Skill acquisition and background content for lifeguards as prescribed by the American Red Cross, including water safety, artificial respiration, actions appropriate to choking, management of spinal injury, first aid and CPR. $50 fee. Offered spring. 2 credits.

HHPA-165  Water Safety Instruction

Swimming skills and aquatics teaching progressions as prescribed by the American Red Cross for Water Safety Instruction Certification. $50 fee. Offered spring of odd-numbered years. 2 credits

HHPA-170  Peer Health Education Methods: Wellness

Information, methods, and resources for planning and implementing peer health education programs in wellness. Offered fall. 2 credits

HHPA-171  Peer Health Education Methods: Informed Choices

Information, methods, and resources for planning and implementing peer health education programs for alcohol and drug prevention. 1 credit

HHPA-172  Peer Health Education Methods: Cats

Information, methods, and resources for planning and implementing peer health education programs for sexual assault prevention. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. 2 credits

HHPA-180  Personal Health Promotion

Health status assessed, information provided and skills taught to optimize an individual's pursuit of a healthy lifestyle. Personal responsibility in managing one's mental health, fitness, nutrition and stress. 2 credits

HHPA-183  Seminar In Health and Human Movement

For students considering careers, fields or professions in areas relating to health and human performance including exercise science, athletic training, physical education and health education. Examination of the past, present and future of education, disciplines and careers that relate to health and human performance in contemporary society. 1 credit.

HHPA-184  Prevention and Care Of Athletic Injuries

Emphasis on study of etiology and mechanism of injury, pathology, and recognition of clinical signs and symptoms of athletic injury. Knowledge required for proper recognition, management, and prevention of athletic injuries. $15 lab fee. 3 credits

HHPA-221  Athletic Training Professional Experience I: Portfolio/intro Skills

Professional experience in athletic training and application of athletic training courses. Clinical field experience required. $50 lab fee. Prerequisites: 184, 284, sophomore or junior standing, and consent of instructor. Offered fall. 2 credits

HHPA-230  Stress Management

Physiological response to stress, health consequences of unmanaged stress, models of effective stress management, and exposure to various stress management techniques. Applications to health education. 2 credits

HHPA-231  Professional Experience II: Taping, Bracing and Emergency Management

Professional experience in athletic training and application of athletic training courses. Clinical field experience required. $50 lab fee. Prerequisites: 221, sophomore or junior standing, and consent of instructor. Offered spring. 2 credits

HHPA-242  Human Sexuality

An introductory overview of human sexuality topics as they relate to health including components of healthy sexuality, influences on sexuality, sexual structure and function, human sexual response, contraception, pregnancy and birth, sexually transmitted diseases, communication, love and intimacy, lifestyles, and sexual victimization. Emphasis on gender, sociocultural factors, and sexual orientation. 3 credits (IS)

HHPA-250  Prevention and Control Of Disease

An introduction to epidemiological principles as they relate to the understanding of communicable and non-communicable diseases in humans. Special emphasis on prevention and control of diseases through health education and health promotion orientations and strategies. Offered fall. 3 credits

HHPA-261  Physical Activity For Children

Focus on developmentally appropriate physical activities for children ages 4-10, scope and sequence of activities, planning and critical elements of movement. $25 fee. Prerequisite: 286. Offered fall. 3 credits.

HHPA-262  Physical Activity For Youth

Focus on developmentally appropriate physical activities for youth ages 11-17, scope and sequence of activities, planning and critical elements of movement. $25 fee. Prerequisite: 286. Offered fall. 3 credits.

HHPA-263  Group Physical Activity and Fitness

Focus on developmentally appropriate physical activities and fitness for children and adults, scope and sequence of activities, planning and management in group contexts. Lab and lecture. 40 hours co-instructing at local fitness facility or within Linfield paracurricular program. $25 fee. Prerequisite: 286. Offered fall. 3 credits.

HHPA-280  Nutrition

Nutrients in foods and their relation to the physical well-being and behavior of people. Issues of current national and international concern. $12 lab fee. 3 credits (NW)

HHPA-283  Responding To Emergencies, CPR

In-depth study and training in the techniques and procedures for giving emergency care to the suddenly ill or injured. Lectures, videos, demonstrations, and practice. Preparation for CPR and First Aid Red Cross certification. Does not fulfill athletic training requirement. $50 fee. 2 credits

HHPA-284  First Aid and CPR

In-depth study and training in techniques and procedures for giving emergency care to the suddenly ill or injured. Lecture, video, simulation, and skill development in CPR, AED use, and emergency care. Preparation for American Heart Association certification in Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers and Heartsaver First Aid. $50 fee. 2 credits.

HHPA-286  Methods Of Teaching Elementary and Secondary Physical Education

Developing teaching skills for elementary and secondary physical education classes. Emphasis on planning and organization of instruction, scope and sequence and age-appropriate instruction, teaching strategies, classroom management, teacher interaction and feedback, creation of a positive learning environment, student assessment and evaluation of the instructional process. For physical education majors and minors, or instructor consent. Prerequisites: 183 and EDUC 150. For physical education majors and minors, or instructor consent. 4 credits

HHPA-287  Foundations Of Leadership In Physical Activity

Focus on evidence-based educational methods and adult learning strategies in physical activity environments. Effective leadership principles in schools, clinics and fitness facilities. Prerequisite: 183. Offered fall. 4 credits.

HHPA-297  Introduction To Research In Physical Activity

Techniques needed to examine, analyze, conduct and report research in the area of health and human performance. Emphasis quantitative techniques and accompanying statistical analyses. Lecture and laboratory. 3 credits. (QR)

HHPA-310  Football Coaching Theory

An examination of current defensive, offensive, and kicking game schemes and strategy. Analysis of common defensive fronts and popular offensive systems from integrated offensive and defensive perspectives. 2 credits

HHPA-315  Basketball Coaching Theory

System of offensive and defensive play, analysis of fundamentals, conditioning, game strategy, team travel, finance, care of equipment, officiating at contests, and public relations. 2 credits

HHPA-320  Track & Field Coaching Theory

Conditioning, development, and selection of individuals for events; planning, officiating, and conducting meets; strategy and psychology of individual and team competition. Offered spring. 2 credits

HHPA-321  Professional Experience III: Injury Assessment and Evaluation

Professional experience in athletic training and application of athletic training courses. Clinical field experience required. $50 lab fee. Prerequisites: 231, junior or senior standing, and consent of instructor. Offered fall. 2 credits

HHPA-331  Professional Experience IV: General Medical and Therapeutic Exercise

Professional experience in athletic training and application of athletic training courses. Clinical field experience required. $50 lab fee. Prerequisites: 321, junior or senior standing, and consent of instructor. Offered spring. 2 credits

HHPA-335  Softball Coaching Theory

Fundamentals, techniques of position play, problems and duties of the coach, strategy, rules, scoring, conditioning, scheduling and team problems. Offered spring of odd-numbered years. 1 credit

HHPA-336  Volleyball Coaching Theory

An examination of the current fundamental techniques and coaching strategies involved with successful performance in volleyball. Offered fall. 2 credits

HHPA-340  Soccer Coaching Theory

Fundamentals, techniques, conditioning, game strategy, team travel problems, finance, care of equipment, officiating and conducting games, strategy and psychology of competition. 2 credits

HHPA-342  Junior Seminar

Initial stages of field or laboratory research on topics in Human Performance. Library work and extensive written report, including literature review and research design proposal. Oral presentation required. Prerequisite: 297 and junior standing. 2 credits. (MWI)

HHPA-345  Baseball Coaching Theory

An examination of the current fundamental techniques and coaching strategies involved with successful performance in baseball. 2 credits

HHPA-350  Psychological Aspects Of Sport and Physical Activity

Thoughts, feelings, and behaviors of people in physical activity contexts. Foundations approach to theory/research in sport and exercise psychology. Application in youth through adult age groups will be addressed. Offered fall. 3 credits.

HHPA-352  Kinesiology

Human movement related to anatomical structure and mechanical principles; kinesiological analysis by means of a motor skills classification system and an outline for a systematic analysis that includes description, evaluation, and prescription. Prerequisite: BIOL 212. Offered spring. 3 credits

HHPA-360  Physiological Basis Of Exercise, Training, and Conditioning

Laws and principles of exercise science as they relate to physical activity and training of the human body; emphasis on physiological foundations of training and conditioning for human performance and health from physiological perspective. Lecture and Lab. Prerequisites: 352, BIOL 212, 213; HHPA 280 recommended. 4 credits.

HHPA-375  Pathophysiology and Therapeutic Exercise

Analysis of the physiological response to injury and the use of rehabilitative techniques for athletic injuries. Lecture, discussion and laboratory. $10 lab fee. Prerequisites: 376 or consent of instructor. 3 credits. (MWI)

HHPA-376  Therapeutic Modalities

Principles of electrophysics and biophysics, specific physiological effects, and therapeutic indications and contraindications associated with use of therapeutic modalities. Lectures, discussion, and laboratory. $25 lab fee. Prerequisites: 184, BIOL 212 and 213, or consent of instructor. 3 credits.

HHPA-381  School Health Programs

Policies and practices within the school program of health services, healthful environment, and health curriculum. Speakers and resources from various state and local health agencies; field experience in the public school program. 3 credits

HHPA-382  Advanced Methods: Non-traditional Games

Combines laboratory and theory course designed to develop and enhance proficiency and teaching skills of non-traditional games in a school-based setting. 2 credits

HHPA-383  Health Education Methods

Materials, resources, and methods for health instruction. Construction, organization and delivery of lessons in health education, including use of technology. Health Education standards and assessment training. Application of andragogical and pedagogical principles. Prerequisites: 180, junior standing, and Health Major status, or consent of instructor. 3 credits.

HHPA-384  Advanced Assessment Of Athletic Injuries

Outlines the more common types of athletic injuries occurring to various anatomical structures. Advanced techniques in evaluation, recognition of clinical signs and symptoms, pathology, and management. Lecture, discussion, and laboratory. Prerequisites: 184; BIOL 212 or consent of instructor, or both. 4 credits

HHPA-387  Performance Enhancement For The Injured Athlete

Relationship between the behavioral sciences and factors important in prevention of injuries and rehabilitation of injured athletes. Predisposing factors in injuries, coping strategies, pain perception and control, and behavior modification in injury rehabilitation. Prerequisites: 184, and PSYC 281. 2 credits

HHPA-388  Elementary Health and Physical Education Methods

Planning for and teaching health and physical education activities at the elementary school level. Managing, evaluating, and giving feedback to elementary learners. Exposure to resources and practice in delivery of comprehensive school health content areas: locomotor and non-locomotor movement experiences, rhythmic activities, manipulative skills, fitness activities, movement concepts, and appropriate elementary sports skills. Prerequisites: EDUC 150 and sophomore standing. 3 credits

HHPA-389  Topics In Athletic Training

Emphasis on contemporary issues in athletic training. Topics include organization and administration of athletic training, legalities, pharmacology, special populations, and medical practices in relation to the field of athletic training. Prerequisite: 184 or consent of instructor. 2 credits

HHPA-390  Organization and Administration Of Physical Education

Emphasis on the nature of administration and management in sport and physical education within intramural, interscholastic, and intercollegiate athletic programs; principles and practices of organizational leadership, policy, politics, and power; practicalities of program development, management, and supervision; issues of laws, risk management, professionalism, and ethics. 3 credits

HHPA-395  Physical Activity and Fitness Assessments

Focus on valid physical activity and health-related physical fitness assessment practices. Emphasis placed on authentic assessments used by teachers and clinicians to evaluate student/client progress. Prerequisite: 286. Offered fall. 3 credits. (MWI)

HHPA-410  Gender Issues In Education & Sport

An overview of gender issues in education and sport, with special attention on understanding gender bias and evolving educative, legislative and legal efforts to overcome historic gender biases. 3 credits (IS or US, WI)

HHPA-412  Human Anatomy II

Advance study of human gross anatomy. Seminar and laboratory with prosection of a human cadaver. Recommended for athletic training and exercise science majors, and students interested in health care professions. May be repeated once for credit with consent of instructor. $60 lab fee. Prerequisites: BIOL 212; 213 or 390 (all with a grade of B or higher), and consent of instructor. 2 or 3 credits

HHPA-421  Athletic Training Professional Experience V: Therapeutic Modalities

Professional experience in athletic training and application of athletic training courses. Clinical field experience required. $50 lab fee. Prerequisites: 331, junior or senior standing and consent of instructor. Offered fall. 3 credits

HHPA-422  Planning & Evaluation In Health Education

Principles of program planning, including needs assessment, health promotion planning models, intervention theories and approaches, elements of marketing, implementation strategies, and evaluation. Practical application of all aspects of the program planning process to address a selected health problem affecting groups. Prerequisites: 180, junior standing, Health major status, or consent of instructor. Offered fall. 3 credits

HHPA-425  Sport In American Society

The impact of sports on American society and the social order. The cultural response to sports in this country and abroad. Offered spring. 3 credits (IS)

HHPA-431  Professional Experience Vi: Strength, Conditioning and Professional Preparation

Professional experience in athletic training and application of athletic training courses. Clinical field experience required. $50 lab fee. Prerequisites: 421, junior or senior standing, and consent of instructor. Offered spring. 3 credits

HHPA-439  Peer Instruction

Advanced study opportunity for outstanding students to assist faculty members in the classroom or laboratory. Focus on course content and pedagogy. May not be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: application and consent of instructor. 1-3 credits. (S/U) (EL)

HHPA-440  Exercise Prescription and Testing

Hands-on approach for learning the principles of exercise testing and prescription. Laboratory procedures and tests used to evaluate health-related fitness and athletic performance. Interpretation of fitness testing results as a base for providing a sound exercise prescription in athletic and apparently healthy populations. Lecture and laboratory. Prerequisites: 352 and 360 (may be taken concurrently). 2 credits.

HHPA-442  Senior Seminar

Field or laboratory research on topics in Human Performance. Data collection, statistical analysis and discussion of results. Written report in scientific journal format and oral presentation required. Possibility for presentation at regional/national conferences and/or publication. Prerequisite: 342 and senior standing. 1 credit.

HHPA-445  Motor Learning and Motor Development

An examination of fundamental motor learning principles and theory. Application of those principles toward physical education, coaching, and the therapeutic setting. Analysis of current motor developmental models and viewpoints. Prerequisites: BIOL 212/213; PSYC 101, 182 or 186. 4 credits

HHPA-452  Applied Biomechanics Of Sport and Exercise

Mechanical laws and principles applied to the human body; forms of motion, linear and angular kinematics and kinetics; quantitative and qualitative analysis of sport techniques. Lecture and laboratory. $10.00 lab fee. Prerequisite: 352. 3 credits.

HHPA-455  Adapted Physical Education

Principles and practices of adapted physical education emphasizing the nature and needs of exceptional persons. History, recent legislation, growth and developmental factors, assessments, and individualized education plans related to adapted physical education. Service project in the community serving special needs populations. 3 credits

HHPA-465  Mental and Social Variables In Sport & Performance

Principles of the behavioral sciences applied to studying and enhancing human physical performance. Socialization, motivation, personality, anxiety and stress management, concentration and attention styles. Application to sport performance at all skill levels and to fitness, health, and rehabilitation. 3 credits

HHPA-470  Mental Health

Topics designed to lead students through a self-growth process. Lecture-discussion on individual personality traits, self concept, and learned defense mechanisms and coping devices. Offered spring. 2 credits

HHPA-480  Independent Study

Opportunity to pursue special interests, conduct research, or obtain work experience. Credit often dependent upon submission of a paper. Prerequisite: departmenal approval. 1-5 credits

HHPA-482  Applied Exercise Physiology

Study of acute and adaptive physiological responses to exercise in regard to nutrition, bioenergetics, cardiovascular, clinical and environmental effects on performance. Specific focus includes the study of hemodynamic function in diseased and stressed states, clinical exercise physiology and environmental influences. Laboratory components include electrophysiology, stress testing, and wellness programming. $35 fee. Prerequisites: 280, 360, 440, and PSYC 101. Offered spring. 4 credits.

HHPA-485  Coaching As A Profession

The special needs and responsibilities of today's coach of intercollegiate and interscholastic athletic teams. Role playing, discussion, and application of methods and materials for today's coach. Planning a season, operating a budget, organizing a team, fund raising, problem solving, and developing personal skills in dealing with people. $20 course fee. Offered spring. 3 credits

HHPA-487  Internship

Practical experience delivering programs in athletic training, health, exercise science, or physical education. Opportunities in private organizations (YMCA, Health/Fitness Centers), corporate education or fitness programs, or public organizations (schools, correctional institutions, hospitals, day care centers). Open to advanced students who have completed prerequisites including requirements for entrance into a teacher education program, if applicable. Prerequisites: senior standing, complete pre-application, and instructor approval. 1-10 credits, but maximum 5 credits count toward the major. (S/U)

HHPA-490  Senior Thesis

Intensive field or laboratory research on a topic in human performance. Requires a comprehensive written report and public oral presentation of the project. For the advanced, self-reliant student. Prerequisite: 342, 442 (concurrent) and senior standing. 1 credit.

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HSCI-096  Computer Based Presentations

Techniques for developing slides for computer presentations using Keynote or PowerPoint. Techniques for making master slides and themes, building graphics and transitions, font and color selection for a variety of settings. Evaluation of presentation graphics for clarity and precision in presenting concepts to groups. Offered spring semester. 1 credit.

HSCI-098  Medical and Health Terminology

Instructor mentored, hybrid in-class/on-line course in medical and health care terminology. Lecture, workbook assignments, CD-ROM and Blackboard. Emphasis on origin, use, pronounciation, and spelling. Covers structures and human body systems. Offered fall. 2 credits.

HSCI-250  Intro To Public & Community Health

Introduction to the field of public health. Focus on human biology, environmental health, lifestyle factors, and health care organizations as these four factors relate to one another and to the overall concept of health, health care, and health care delivery in the U.S.

HSCI-260  Science As A Candle In The Dark

Examination of how science has changed our world view through a critical exploration of our most fundamental beliefs and cultural practices. Connections between natural sciences, social sciences and humanities are examined to understand how natural science has changed the way humans perceive themselves and their role in the world and universe.

HSCI-270  Intro To Forensic Science

Study of the scientific concepts and principles underlying modern criminal investigations. Introduction to the various disciplines within forensic sciences. Prerequisites: CHEM 224, 225 or CHEM 210, 211. 3 credits.

HSCI-271  Intro To Forensics Sciences Lab

Weekly lab in support of 270. 1 credit.

HSCI-300  Selected Topics In Health Sciences

Focus on new developments, advanced topics, or subjects of current interest in health sciences. May be repeated once for credit with different content. Prerequisite: Determined by instructor for each specific course. 3 credits.

HSCI-301  Human Biology I

Lecture and laboratory for students in the Health Sciences Administration major focusing on basic principles of the science of the human body in health. Topics include: Fundamentals of Chemistry Biology of the Cell and Human Anatomy and Physiology. Offered fall, 4 credits (NW)

HSCI-302  Human Biology II

Lecture and laboratory course for students in the Health Sciences Administration major focusing on biology of human disease processes, their treat- ment and their relationship to the environment. Topics include: Microbiology, Genetics and Evolution, Pathophysiology, Pharmacology, and Environmental Health. Prerequisites: 302, Offered spring: 4 credits (NW)

HSCI-310  Research Methods

Methods used in conducting research on problems arising in health care. Exploration of a research topic that includes collecting and analyzing data, writing a research report, and presenting results of research. Prerequisite: MATH 140. 4 credits (MWI)

HSCI-320  Health & Social Policy

Examination of U.S. health and social policy. Analysis of the public policy process, major public social and health programs, special interests, and political differences. The role of federal, state, as well as local governments and the legal system in policy implementation. Understanding complex health and social problems as they are translated into standards of conduct. 3 credits. (WI)

HSCI-325  Scientific Illustration (also Listed As Aavc 325)

Application of the scientific method to the artistic process to increase visual awareness of scientific subject matter. $30 fee. Prerequisites: AAVC 120 and BIOL 210, or consent of instructor. Offered spring of even-numbered years. 3 credits (CS)

HSCI-330  Global Health

A multi-disciplinary introduction to key public health issues in the developed world, the emerging world, and developing world. Intended for students from any major who want a foundation in global health issues from a science, social, political, economic and business perspective. 3 credits (IS or GP)

HSCI-340  Health Care In America

Exploration of the history, structure, economics, politics, and technology of health, health care, and health care delivery in the U.S. from the mid-1700s to the present. Co-requisite: 310. 3 credits. (MWI)

HSCI-360  Science: A Candle In The Dark

Seminar examining how science has changed our view of our world and the universe in which we live through critical examination of some of our most fundamental beliefs and cultural practices. Possible topics: science as a method of discovery; scientific discoveries that change the way humans perceive themselves, their world, and the universe; connections between natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities. Emphasis on historical conflicts between science and religion including evolution and creationism. 3 credits. (UQ)

HSCI-370  Geographical Information Systems For The Health Sciences

Geographical Information Systems concepts and techniques for creating maps and analyzing spatial and attribute data. Emphasis on using GIS to examine issues and problems in epidemiology, public and environmental health, and health care administration. Lecture and lab. Prerequisite: MATH 140 or consent of instructor. 3 credits (IS or QR)

HSCI-395  Great Books In The Discipline

Readings from recent books explaining new scientific discoveries in biology, information science, physics, chemistry, and cosmology. Discussion focuses on the impact of these discoveries on society, our unexamined assumptions about our beliefs, cultural practices, and our social responsibilities. 3 credits. (UQ)

HSCI-410  Health Systems Science: Quality Improvement Theory

Theory course focusing on process management, systems improvement concepts, organizational research, objective decision making, problem solving, leadership for quality, program implementation and evaluation in health care organizations, and statistical process control (SPC) as an analysis tool. Prerequisite: 310. 3 credits.

HSCI-420  Health Administration

Introduction to the concepts of health care administration. Focus on the U.S. health care system, general concepts of health care management, and aspects of leadership as they apply to the health care system. Theories of motivation, budgeting concepts, strategic planning, quality improvement principles, control in health care service organization, health care reform, government regulations, and private, state and local health care insurance structures. Offered fall. 3 credits.

HSCI-431  International Health

Examines health, health care, and health care delivery in developed, developing, and newly developed countries and regions of the world. Diseases (old and emerging), disease processes, health care practices and beliefs, and international world health organizations. Prerequisite: 340 or instructor consent. 3 credits. (IS, GP, MWI)

HSCI-440  Epidemiology ENVS 440)

Introduction to epidemiology of disease. Acute and chronic diseases are discussed from a population point of view. Topics include modes of transmission, outbreak of investigation, surveillance of acute infections and chronic diseases, and microbial and environmental causes. Prerequisites: ENVS 201 or BIOL 210, MATH 140. Offered fall of odd-numbered years. 3 credits.

HSCI-450  Environmental Health

Study of the effects of water and air pollution, food additives, pesticides, heavy metals, organic solvents, mycotoxins, and radiation. Examines concepts of toxicology, epidemiology, risk assessment, safety control, and environmental law. Prerequisite: ENVS 201 or BIOL 210. Offered fall of even-numbered years. 3 credits. (IS or GP)

HSCI-480  Independent Study

Program of directed tutorial reading on some topic or problem within the discipline relating to the special interests of the student and supervised by a departmental faculty member. 1-5 credits.

HSCI-485  Senior Seminar In Health Sciences

Capstone course exploring issues related to health care in the United States and throughout the world. Topics include health care delivery, health care reform, and interdisciplinary exploration of global public health issues. Prerequisite: senior standing. 3 credits.

HSCI-487  Internship

Intensive learning experience on-site in health-related organization. Prerequisites: HSCI 090; senior standing. 2-5 credits. May be repeated once. A total of 3 credits required for a major. (EL)

HSCI-490  Research/thesis

Intensive research and writing on a topic of special interest to the student under the direction of a member of the faculty. Thesis and public oral presentation required. Required for honors thesis students. May be repeated, up to a maximum of 5 total credits. Prerequisites: approval of supervising faculty member and department chair. 1-5 credits.

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Any Questions? If you are interested in learning more about the curriculum at Linfield, please contact the Office of Admission at (800) 640-2287 or email admission@linfield.edu. An admissions counselor will be happy to answer your questions or put you in touch with a faculty member.