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2012 - Spring

School of Education (ED)

Exercise, Nutrition, Prev Hlth (ENH)


ENH 6102
Lab Rotation: Exercise Rehab
6102   Laboratory Rotation: Exercise Rehabilitation          
Prerequisite(s): Doctoral graduate student standing or consent of instructor.
   This course is designed to provide hands-on experience in conducting exercise-related research techniques. The course will also discuss various issues related to conducting exercise and rehabilitation research focusing on resistance training.
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01Closed00N/A15682----- 1Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENH 6106
Research Seminar
6106   Research Seminar
Prerequisite(s): Doctoral graduate student standing or consent of instructor.
   The research seminar designed to provide an informal opportunity for students and doctoral program faculty to discuss current research in exercise, nutrition, and preventive health as well as various professional issues and/or topics of interest (e.g., grant writing, funding opportunities for research, employment opportunities, teaching techniques, tenure process, presentation methods, etc.) The seminar will also provide an opportunity for students to present research proposals and/or presentations.
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01Closed00N/A16605----- 1Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
02Closed00N/A16606----- 1Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
03Closed00N/A16607----- 1Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENH 6302
Resrch Meths: Exercise/Rehab
6302   Research Methods: Exercise and Rehabilitation          
Prerequisite(s): Doctoral graduate student standing or consent of instructor.
   This course is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of emerging research models and techniques involved in conducting exercise and rehabilitation research, specifically utilizing resistance training. The course will emphasize assessment of exercise status in healthy and diseased populations. Additionally, it will discuss issues related to conducting exercise-related clinical trials.
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01Closed00N/A15681----- 3Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENH 6322
Exer/Nutrition/Endocrinology
6322   Exercise, Nutrition, and Endocrinology                
Prerequisite(s): Doctoral graduate student standing or consent of instructor.
   The study of the relationship between exercise, nutrition and the endocrine system and how this relationship affects exercise performance and good health. The influence of hormonal functions on fluid regulation, immunology, substrate utilization, stress responses, biological rhythms and physical performance will be studied.
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01Open53N/A26973M0530PM - 0815PMMMGYM 3113Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENH 6324
Muscle Physiology & Metabolism
6324   Muscle Physiology and Metabolism                      
Prerequisite(s): Doctoral graduate student standing or consent of instructor.
   Advanced study of the microstructure, function, and metabolism of human muscle with attention to molecular, histochemical, and biochemical assessment methodology used to assess the effects of exercise, training, and/or nutritional interventions on muscle physiology and biochemistry.
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01Closed00N/A18384----- 3Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENH 6328
Adv Nutrition II:Micro/Ex/Hlth
6328   Advanced Nutrition II: Micronutrients, Exercise and Health
Prerequisite(s): ENH 6326 and doctoral graduate student standing or consent of instructor.
   Advanced study of the role of vitamins and minerals on exercise, performance, and health. This course will focus on how dietary manipulation of vitamins and minerals affects resting and exercise metabolism, disease prevention, and/or disease management.
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01Open44N/A20193W0300PM - 0545PMMMGYM 3123Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENH 6342
Hlth Aspects Cardio Condition
6342   Health Aspects of Cardiopulmonary Conditioning        
Prerequisite(s): Doctoral graduate student standing or consent of instructor.
   The study of the physiological regulation of the cardiovascular and pulmonary systems. The response of the cardiopulmonary system to exercise in healthy, athletic and diseased populations will be studied.
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01Open11N/A26171----- 3Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENH 6V30
Clinical Research Rotations
6V30   Clinical Research Rotations                                            1 to 6 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): Doctoral graduate student standing or consent of instructor.
   This course provides students with an opportunity to participate in research and clinical practice rotations within the Department, University, and various collaborative clinical research centers conducting research on exercise, nutrition and/or preventive health.
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01Open43N/A16608----- 1 - 6Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
02Open43N/A27902----- 1 - 6Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENH 6V30
Special Problems in ENPH
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03Closed0-1N/A28197----- 1 - 6Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENH 6V99
Dissertation
6V99   Dissertation                                                                   1 to 6 sem. hrs.
   Supervised research for the completion of the doctoral dissertation and doctoral degree.
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01Open44N/A16609----- 1 - 6Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
02Open42N/A27903----- 1 - 6Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
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