Sports Medicine 1/Introduction to Athletic Training and Sports Medicine

This course introduces the student to athletic training procedures as they relate to the athlete, physical educator, coach, and athletic trainer.  The course includes history of the athletic training profession, ethics, proper recording of injuries, taping, and principles of athletic training.  This course can be taken for 3 concurrent credits from CSI or BSU for a fee.


Sports Medicine 2/Personal Training

This course is designed to prepare students with the knowledge, skills, and competence to conduct fitness assessments and to design exercise programs for various populations.  Students will gain practical experience related to healthy fitness management programs, basic exercise physiology and sports nutrition. The students will also expand on the care and prevention of athletic injuries from the previous sport medicine 1 course. This course will prepare the students to take the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Personal Training exam.  Students completing and passing the national exam for this course will have the ability to be employed as a personal trainer for a health club or facility and carry the initials after their name NASM-CPT.  The NASM-CPT exam is an extra expense and is encouraged to be taken at the end of the course.This course also can be taken for 3 credits through College of Southern Idaho for a fee of $65.00 per credit for a total of $195.00. . PHYE 163