Exercise & Sport Science

Western’s Exercise & Sport Science program will help prepare you for careers focused on promoting healthy lifestyles and enhancing performance in exercise, sports and other physical activities.

To help reach your ultimate professional goals, we provide you with a unique and engaging educational experience, including:

  • A caring, student-centered faculty, comprising experts in their fields, who are accessible, approachable, and possess a wide range of expertise and experiences
  • Small classes that ensure individual attention
  • Career advising
  • Successful graduates
  • An engaging and fun learning environment
  • Opportunities to attend professional conferences
  • Personalized, one-on-one advising
  • Recreational opportunities to inspire students and staff
  • Hands-on, applied learning
  • Opportunities for undergraduate research
  • Western’s High Altitude Performance Lab, with state-of-the-art, exercise-testing equipment
  • Strong connections to graduate programs and specific program requirements
  • Certification preparation coursework to make you more marketable
  • Student majors club

What Will You Learn? What Skills Will You Acquire?

The Exercise and Sport Science program helps you build the knowledge and hands-on skills needed to complete professional, nationally accredited certifications with the American College of Sports Medicine, National Strength and Conditioning Association, American Council on Exercise, National Association of Sports Medicine and USA Weightlifting. You also are prepared to meet physical-education-teacher license requirements.

You’ll have the chance to work in our High Altitude Performance Laboratory through coursework, volunteer work and undergraduate research opportunities. You’ll build skills working with individuals of all ages to develop and implement evidence-based activity and nutrition plans for healthy living.

Beyond the Classroom

Our program prepares students for leadership roles in the development and administration of fitness, wellness and sport programs in both private and public sectors through practicum, internship and field experiences. Through community partnerships, we have placed students in hospitals, assisted living centers, adaptive sport programs, worksite health promotion programs, commercial fitness centers, sport and exercise performance laboratories, community parks and recreation programs, as well as intercollegiate and professional sport organizations. Students have learning opportunities outside the Gunnison Valley, including trips to the United States Olympic Committee training facilities and professional sport venues, such as the Pepsi Center and Sports Authority Field.

Internship supervisors consistently describe our students as well or more prepared than undergraduate students from other institutions. Many students are hired following their internships.

Exercise & Sport Science students have opportunities for service learning through initiatives such as Gunnison Community School health screening, Gunnison Valley Health annual health fair, adult fitness programming, and work with local nonprofit organizations, such as Gunnison Country Partners One-on-One Mentoring, and Six Points Evaluation and Training for adults with developmental disabilities.

We have a vibrant student organization, ASESS, which meets regularly for social events, to attend professional conferences, and to discuss current research in the field of exercise and sport science. Students can also volunteer and/or receive credit or compensation through work in the High Altitude Performance Laboratory, as course tutors, teaching or research assistants.

After Graduation

Students with a major or minor in ESS can pursue entry-level careers in teaching, fitness, sport and wellness in both private and public sectors. Other students pursue graduate degrees in areas such as physical therapy (DPT), exercise physiology, nutrition, athletic training, cardiac rehabilitation, sport psychology, teacher education, sport administration or other allied-health fields. 

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Courses

 ESS 100 - INTERCOLLEGIATE BASKETBALL (1 credits)

Basketball open to members of the intercollegiate basketball team. May be taken one time for credit. Prerequisite: Coach/instructor permission

 ESS 101 - INTERCOLLEGIATE CROSS COUNTRY (1 credits)

Intercollegiate Athletics: Cross Country Open to members of the intercollegiate cross country team. May be taken one time for credit. Prerequisite: Coach/ instructor permission

 ESS 102 - INTERCOLLEGIATE FOOTBALL (1 credits)

Football Open to members of the intercollegiate Football team. May be taken one time for credit. Prerequisite: Coach/ instructor permission

 ESS 103 - INTERCOLLEGIATE INDOOR TRACK (1 credits)

Indoor Track Open to members of the intercollegiate Indoor Track team. May be taken one time for credit. Prerequisite: Coach/ instructor permission

 ESS 104 - INTERCOLLEGIATE OUTDOOR TRACK (1 credits)

Open to members of the intercollegiate Outdoor Track team. May be taken one time for credit. Prerequisite: Coach/ instructor permission.

 ESS 105 - INTERCOLLEGIATE VOLLEYBALL (1 credits)

Open to members of the intercollegiate Volleyball team. May be taken one time for credit. Prerequisite: Coach/ instructor permission.

 ESS 106 - INTERCOLLEGIATE WRESTLING (1 credits)

Open to members of the intercollegiate athletic wrestling team. May be taken one time for credit. Prerequisite: Coach/instructor permission.

 ESS 107 - INTERCOLLEGIATE SOCCER (1 credits)

Open to members of the intercollegiate athletic soccer team. May be taken one time for credit. Prerequisite: coach/instructor permission.

 ESS 108 - INTERCOLLEGIATE SWIMMING (1 credits)

Open to members of the intercollegiate athletic swimming team. May be taken one time for credit. Prerequisite: coach/instructor permission.

 ESS 112 - SELECTED ACTIVITIES IN RECREATION, EXERCISE AND SPORTS SCIENCE (1 credits)

A specific activity is offered as student interest, facilities, faculty, and equipment are available.

 ESS 131 - PHYSICAL CONDITIONING (1 credits)

Off-season conditioning activities for intercollegiate athletes. Students develop the knowledge of how to improve and maintain fitness relevant to their sport during the off-season. Prerequisite: Instructor Permission.

 ESS 132 - WEIGHT TRAINING (1 credits)

The theory and practice of weight training. Information is presented concerning physiological and bio-mechanical adaptations accompanying resistive training, reasonable methods of improving athletic performance, and methods of resistance training that can lead to improved quality of life.

 ESS 135 - MOUNTAIN BIKE RIDING (1 credits)

Students develop general knowledge of and proficiency in the activity, equipment, safety procedures, and terminology of the fundamental skills of mountain bike riding.

 ESS 160 - SWIMMING-BEGINNING (1 credits)

An introduction to swimming designed to equip the students with the basic water safety skills and knowledge needed to be reasonably safe while in, on, or about the water.

 ESS 161 - SWIMMING-INTERMEDIATE (1 credits)

Satisfactory completion of these skills leads to the Red Cross Intermediate and Swimmer's Certificate.

 ESS 170 - LIFEGUARD TRAINING (2 credits)

Provides the individual with the knowledge and skills designed to save one's own life or the life of another in the event of an emergency, with certification by the American Red Cross.

 ESS 172 - WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTION (3 credits)

Satisfactory completion of these skills leads to the Red Cross WSI Certificate.

 ESS 181 - FOUNDATIONS OF EXERCISE AND SPORT SCIENCE (3 credits)

An introduction to the field of exercise and sport science. An overview of philosophical, historical, and scientific foundations, current trends and issues, professional opportunities, and skills and competencies required for careers in a wide variety of physical activity settings.

 ESS 185 - LIFETIME WELLNESS (3 credits)

Provides conceptual and experiential components designed as a basis for developing a healthier lifestyle.

 ESS 201 - ESSENTIALS HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY WITH LABORATORY (4 credits)

An introduction to basic anatomy and physiology of all human systems. LABORATORY and lecture are integrated.

 ESS 210 - SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND ANALYSIS: NET AND WALL GAMES (1 credits)

Skill development and analysis in net and wall games, including tennis, volleyball, pickleball, handball, and badminton. Learning and application of content in a developmental model. History, scoring, rules, terminology, equipment, and safety considerations included.

 ESS 211 - SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND ANALYSIS : INVASION GAMES (1 credits)

Skill development and analysis for invasion games, including soccer, lacrosse, team handball, speedball, basketball, ultimate Frisbee, and flagball. Learning and application of content in a developmental model. History, scoring, rules, terminology, equipment, and safety considerations included.

 ESS 212 - SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND ANALYSIS: TARGET FIELDNG (1 credits)

Skill development and analysis for target and fielding games including bowling, archery, golf (traditional and disc), softball, and bocce. Learning and application of content in a developmental model. History, scoring, rules, terminology, equipment, and safety considerations included.

 ESS 213 - SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND ANALYSIS: DANCE (1 credits)

Skill development and analysis for a variety of dance forms including fitness, folk, country, social, and ballroom. Learning and application of content in a developmental model. History, terminology, music choices, and safety considerations included.

 ESS 221 - METHODS OF COACHING FOOTBALL (2 credits)

The fundamental principles and play of football, including a basic defensive and offensive game plan, the fundamentals and techniques involved in coaching football, a basic outline of coaching the quarterback, the moral and ethical responsibilities of the coach to game participants, administration, etc., as well as coaching philosophy and interpretation of the rules.

 ESS 223 - METHODS OF COACHING BASKETBALL (2 credits)

A study of individual fundamentals and techniques, as well as team offensive and defensive patterns and strategies involved in coaching basketball.

 ESS 225 - METHODS OF COACHING WRESTLING (2 credits)

An introduction to all phases of wrestling. Fundamental movements and techniques, rule interpretations, and approved coaching ethics are covered.

 ESS 227 - METHODS COACHING TRACK FIELD (2 credits)

The techniques and fundamentals of each track and field event. The course also includes the important phase of practical track meet management.

 ESS 229 - METHODS OF COACHING VOLLEYBALL (2 credits)

Lecture and discussion with research assignments and practicum work. An understanding of basic offenses (6-0 and 4-2), basic defensive coverage and rotations, service reception, and serving sets are presented.

 ESS 275 - MOTOR DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING (3 credits)

An application of the knowledge of motor development and learning to physical activity across the lifespan. This class introduces the physiological, perceptual, and cognitive, as well as the affective changes that occur in motor development and learning across the lifespan. Prerequisite: ENG 102 with a grade of "C-" or above.

 ESS 276 - EMERGENCY RESPONSE (3 credits)

Students are provided essential knowledge and skills needed to develop CPR and advanced first-aid capabilities. For students who might be required to provide first aid frequently and for special interest groups. Exercise and Sports Science majors have first option for this course.

 ESS 282 - PRINCIPLES OF SPORT MANAGEMENT (3 credits)

A focus on the administration of programs within the sport and fitness industries. Topics include administrative theories and concepts, personnel, communication and problem solving, fiscal management, budgeting, ethical considerations, and program evaluation. Prerequisite: ENG 102 with a grade of "C-" or above, ESS 181, or instructor permission.

 ESS 290 - CURRICULUM DEVELEPMENT LEARNING ENVIRONMENT (3 credits)

A comprehensive overview of materials, suggested teaching methods, procedures, techniques, well-directed and well-selected activities, and ways of evaluating physical education in K-12 schools.

 ESS 298 - FITNESS INSTRUCTION (3 credits)

Students develop knowledge and skills to plan and implement group fitness classes as well as personal training sessions. Topics include: risk management, exercise plans, group fitness instruction, personal training, fitness pedagogy, training special populations, cardiovascular fitness, resistance training, flexibility training, and core stability. Prerequisite: ESS 201 or BIOL 372.

 ESS 320 - PSYCHOLOGY OF SPORT AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY (3 credits)

A variety of issues and research areas in the psychology of sport and physical activity are addressed. Topics covered include an overview of the development of sport and exercise psychology, personality theories, exercise and mood, exercise adherence, goal setting, motivation, psychological interventions for athletes, and cohesion theories. Prerequisite: minimum junior standing.

 ESS 330 - EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY (3 credits)

An emphasis on the theory and principles of exercise physiology to health, physical fitness, and athletic performance in diverse populations. Prerequisites: ESS 201 or both BIOL 372 and BIOL 373.

 ESS 331 - EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY (1 credits)

Basic laboratory techniques of exercise physiology correlating with ESS 330. laboratory experiences include aerobic and anaerobic exercise, body composition, strength, flexibility, and body composition and other indicators of exercise. Prerequisites: completion of the College Mathematics course requirement; Corequisite: ESS 330.

 ESS 340 - MENTAL TRAINING FOR PEAK PERFORMANCE (3 credits)

An application of theories and concepts of sport psychology. This course focuses on application of specific psychological skills necessary for high level performance and assisting students in teaching others those same skills. Prerequisite: ESS 320 or instructor permission.

 ESS 346 - PSYCHOLOGY OF COACHING (3 credits)

Psychological factors involved in coaching and leadership are explored in this course. Relevant theory and research, as well as practical applications, are discussed. Topics include expert coaching characteristics and behaviors, leadership and motivational styles, the coach-athlete relationship, stresses of coaching, reinforcement strategies, ethics in coaching, and issues related to youth sport coaching. This course is designed for current and future coaches, individuals in leadership roles, as well as anyone interested in the coach's experience. Prerequisites: ESS 320, minimum junior standing or instructor permission.

 ESS 350 - INSTRUCTIONAL ASSESSMENT IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION (2 credits)

A study of planning, administering, and evaluating accountability systems in physical education settings. Multiple assessment strategies for psychomotor, cognitive and affective learning objectives are presented. Students select and/or construct assessment tools to match specific learning outcomes in the K-12 physical education curriculum. Prerequisites: ESS 181, completion of the University Mathematics course requirement and ESS 290.

 ESS 353 - COORDINATED SCHOOL HEALTH & PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PROGRAMS (2 credits)

Overview of coordinated school health programs with a heavy focus on local wellness policy, comprehensive school health education and the role of physical activity and physical education in schools. Includes 2-4 hours of required field experience. Prerequisites: EDUC 000 and junior standing.

 ESS 355 - PSYCHOLOGY OF INJURY (3 credits)

Psychological factors involved in sport-related injuries and the rehabilitation process. Course content includes relevant theory and research as well as practical applications. Topics include: stress, responses to injury, mental skills used to manage injury (i.e., goal setting, motivation, and confidence), social support, potential psychological problems faced during rehabilitation, and returning to sport after injury. Prerequisites: ESS 320, minimum junior standing or instructor permission.

 ESS 360 - SPORT NUTRITION AND SUPPLEMENTATION (3 credits)

A focus on concepts geared to promote peak performance based upon nutritional intake. An understanding of macronutrient ingestion along with other essential nutrients is gained and applied in detail to the physically active population. This includes an understanding of the metabolic effect of food. The pros and cons of select sport supplements are discussed and applied to real-life scenarios. Prerequisites or co-requisites: ESS 330 and ESS 331.

 ESS 363 - ADAPTED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY (3 credits)

Students develop knowledge and skills necessary to work with individuals having diverse needs in physical education, recreation, sport, fitness, or rehabilitation settings. Content includes planning, instructional design, assessment, coordination of resources, and advocacy in physical activity settings. Prerequisites: ESS 275 and minimum junior standing.

 ESS 365 - TOPICS IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY: (3 credits)

Interdisciplinary study of the role of physical activity under a variety of conditions and settings, and for a variety of populations. Content focuses on current research and practice as it relates to the topic under consideration. Topics will rotate annually. Can be repeated up to three times for credit if a different topic is selected. Prerequisites: ESS 181, ESS 185; ESS 201 or BIOL 372; junior/senior standing.

 ESS 370 - ESSNTLS OF STRENGTH TRAINING AND CONDITIONING (3 credits)

Exercise prescription and conditioning in the form of resistance training, including the use of free weights, machines, Olympic lifts, and plyometric. Muscular adaptations to anaerobic and aerobic training, testing and evaluation, exercise techniques, and resistance training program design. Design, implementation, and demonstration of appropriate resistance training routines and proper lifting technique for a variety of populations. Content knowledge aligns with requirements for completion of certification as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Prerequisite: ESS 330 or instructor permission.

 ESS 382 - MANAGEMENT OF SPORT AND FITNESS FACILITIES (3 credits)

A study of the principles, guidelines and recommendations for planning, constructing and the use and maintenance of indoor and outdoor sports, physical education, recreational and fitness facilities. Prerequisite: ESS 181

 ESS 385 - PROGRAM DESIGN FOR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY SETTINGS (3 credits)

A focus on the principles of behavior modification and how they apply to program design and implementation in physical activity settings. Comprehensive behavior modification programs within exercise, wellness or sport settings are designed. Prerequisite: ESS 185.

 ESS 392 - METHODS OF SECONDARY ACTIVITIES (3 credits)

For students planning to obtain licensure in physical education. A variety of curriculum models (e.g., tactical, sport education, social responsibility) are used to present individual, dual and team sport activities. Lesson and unit plans are developed, implemented and assessed in keeping with Colorado and NASPE standards as they relate to secondary physical education. Prerequisites: 2 of the following: ESS 210, 211, 212, 213; ESS 290, minimum junior standing; Prerequisite or corequisite: ESS 350

 ESS 395 - METHODS OF ELEMENTARY ACTIVITIES (3 credits)

Units covered may include apparatus and tumbling, dance, and games. Each unit breaks down into sub-units, and progressions are emphasized. Lesson and unit plans are developed, implemented, and assessed in keeping with national standards and as they relate to elementary physical education. Competencies in the basic skills of each unit are also tested. Prerequisites: two of the following: ESS 210, 211, 212, 213; ESS 290; and minimum junior standing; Prerequisite or corequisite: ESS 350.

 ESS 396 - METHODS OF ALTERNATIVE PHYSICAL EDUCATION (3 credits)

Units covered may be Nordic skiing, rock climbing, orienteering, camping, mountain biking, and adventure activities. Lesson and unit plans are developed, implemented, and assessed in keeping with national standards as they relate to secondary physical education. Prerequisites: ESS 290, ROE 189, and minimum of junior standing; admission to major or instructor permission.

 ESS 397 - SPECIAL TOPICS ( 1-6 credits)

Special topics (1-6 credit hours, to be determined by faculty, department and student)

 ESS 405 - PRACTICUM (1 credits)

Pre-professional experience in a physical activity setting. Such experiences include observing and participating in the professional activities associated with the particular setting. Students work with an Exercise and Sport Science faculty member to select an approved practicum experience, and are required to develop an approved learning contract. May be repeated once for credit (in a different setting). Prerequisites: ESS 181, ESS 185, junior or senior standing.

 ESS 410 - ASSESSMENT AND EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION (3 credits)

Students work with assessment formats, appraisal techniques, and metabolic calculations to gain information needed to construct exercise prescriptions designed to meet individual needs for different segments of the population. Prerequisites: ESS 331and ESS 298 or instructor permission.

 ESS 430 - TOPICS IN CLINICAL EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY (3 credits)

A study of diseased populations, including, but not limited to, exercise therapy in cardiac and cancer patients. Course content focuses on the etiology and pathophysiology of disease, electrocardiogram and diagnostic stress test interpretation, specialized exercise prescription, and other topics at the discretion of the instructor. Prerequisites: ESS 330 and ESS 331.

 ESS 450 - RISK MANAGEMENT IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY SETTINGS (3 credits)

A focus on risk assessment and management for physical activity professionals. Topics covered include risk assessment, standard of care, negligence, forms to limit liability, constitutional law as relevant for physical activity professionals, development of a risk management plan, and risk reduction strategies. Prerequisites: junior or senior standing.

 ESS 490 - SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY SETTINGS (3 credits)

A focus on the social organization of sport and physical activity and their relationship to the institutional structure, cultural patterns, and dynamics of American society. Students use different sociological approaches/theories to analyze sport and physical activity and to analyze current issues and problems in sport and physical activity settings. Prerequisite: minimum junior standing.

 ESS 492 - INDEPENDENT STUDY (1 credits)

For qualified upper-level students who have specialized interests in a particular area of advanced study in Exercise and Sport Science.

 ESS 495 - SENIOR SEMINAR (3 credits)

A capstone course required for all ESS majors addressing issues, ethical considerations, problem-solving and decision-making, leadership and communication in the discipline. Students integrate content from their course of study, write and speak in discipline-specific formats, and complete a comprehensive self-assessment in preparation for graduate school, internship, or entry-level job. Prerequisites: ESS 181, ESS 185, senior standing. Students are encouraged to take this course during their final semester.

 ESS 496 - FIELD EXPERIENCES (1 credits)

Directed field experiences in teaching, coaching, and laboratory settings. Guidelines for the field experiences are provided and agreed upon at the beginning of the course.

 ESS 497 - SPECIAL TOPICS ( 1-6 credits)

Special topics (1-6 credit hours, to be determined by faculty, department and student)

 ESS 498 - INTERNSHIP (6 credits)

An opportunity for in-depth work at a site in an area of exercise and sport science. The experiences must meet standards of the department and the College. Prerequisites: satisfactory grade in ESS 405, overall GPA of 2.750, department advisor permission, and completion of all major course requirements.

Scholarships

Scholarships associated with academic programs usually have a specific scholarship application form that can easily be obtained by contacting that academic program's office or visiting that academic program's web page. If you have any questions, please contact the Financial Aid office at 970.943.3085 or 800.876.5309.

 Degutis, Ernest Memorial Scholarship

Degutis, Ernest Memorial Scholarship

ESS Scholarship Available to:

Full-time students at Western who are Juniors or Seniors. Must be a declared major in Exercise and Sport Science. Must have a GPA of 3.0 or greater. Show outstanding achievement in four of the following five areas; Special Talents, Leadership, Obstacles Overcome, Community Service and Unique Endeavors.

ESS Scholarship Provided by:

The estate and family of Ernest Degutis.

Amount: Award depends on funds available.

Scholarship Recipient Selected by:

Western Exercise and Sport Science faculty in consultation with the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid as needed. Award made at the end of the spring semester each year.

Application:
Contact the RESS Department for application and deadline information. (970) 943-2010 - Wright Gym 209

Find out more about Western's Exercise and Sport Science at www.western.edu/ess

 Praxl, Hannah E. Award

Praxl, Hannah E. Award

Praxl, Hannah E. Award is Available to:

Junior or senior women who are full-time students majoring in Exercise and Sport Science and have a cumulative 3.2 GPA.  The Praxl award recognizes leadership and professionalism in addition to outstanding academic performance.

ESS Scholarship Provided by:

Friends, faculty, and alumni in recognition of Ms. Hannah E. Praxl's long and illustrious service as a member of the Division of Health, Physical Education and Recreation at Western.

Amount: $200

Scholarship Recipient Selected by:

Western State Colorado University Exercise & Sport Science faculty at the end of the spring semester each year.

Application:
Contact the RESS Department for application and deadline information. (970) 943-2010 - Wright Gym 209

Find out more about Western's Exercise and Sport Science at www.western.edu/ess

 RESS Student Professional Development Fund

RESS Student Professional Development Fund

Exersice and Sport Science Scholarship is Available to:

ESS and ROE majors who are full-time students at Western. The Student Professional Development Fund is to support professional activities such as professional certification exams, conference attendance, research, or other professional preparation activities. 

ESS Scholarship Provided by:

Alumni Donations 

Amount: Approximately $400 awarded every semester.

Scholarship Recipient Selected by:

Western RESS faculty committee  

Application:
Contact the RESS Department for application and deadline information. (970) 943-2010 - Wright Gym 209

Find out more about Western's Exercise and Sport Science Program at www.western.edu/ess.

Find out more about Western's Recreation and Outdoor Education Program at www.western.edu/roe.

Faculty & Staff

Faculty

Assistant Professor of Exercise and Sport Science
B.A., Mt. Holyoke College; M.S., Ph.D., Colorado State University.
Phone: (970) 943-2027
Office Location: Wright Gym 234
Phone: (970) 943-7132
Office Location: Wright Gym 209
Assistant Professor of Exercise and Sport Science
B.S., Penn State University, M.A., West Virginia University, M.S., West Virginia University
Phone: (970) 943-2241
Office Location: Paul Wright Gym room 234
Chair, Department of Recreation and Exercise and Sport Science
B.A., Grand Valley State University; M.S., Ph.D., University of North Carolina-Greensboro.
Phone: (970) 943-7133
Office Location: Wright Gym 226
Lecturer in Exercise and Sport Science
Phone: (970) 943-2083
Office Location: Wright Gym Pool
Lecturer in Exercise and Sport Science
M.S. Excercise Science from Northern Michigan University
Phone: (970) 943-2104
Office Location: