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Welcome aboard the Health, Exercise and Rehabilitative Sciences Department!
L to R: P. Sternberg, N. Jensen, S. Nelson, P. Appicelli, G. Grimm, M.K. Pecarina, D. Anderson, S. Kim, B. Zeller, G. Kastello (not pictured: S. Czaplewski, C. Mettille, & K. Poock)
Thank you for linking to the Department of Health, Exercise and Rehabilitative Sciences in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences and previewing our academic programs. The Department was formed in 1996, with a commitment to providing state of the art academic programs, laboratories and facilities to its 250-300 students in six distinct majors.
You will experience dedicated and caring faculty who will challenge you in classes and mentor you as advisors, as you progress through an exciting four years of study, research, workshops, conferences, practica and internships that will prepare you for the workforce of the 21st century. Our students are a dedicated community of learners striving to achieve academic excellence and dedicated to improving our world.
The Department of Health, Exercise & Rehabilitative Sciences is committed to preparing competent, entry-level exercise physiologists, health educators, and athletic trainers who can serve the needs of Minnesota and the global community. In order to fill this fundamental mission, the faculty:
- Provide instruction in health education pedagogy, basic science, and clinical sciences.
- Facilitate the professional development of the students through sound instruction, scholarly activity, and demonstrated service.
The Department fosters the development of physical, social, emotional, recreational, clinical and culturally diverse skills to enhance the human behavior and well-being of all populations. The department is committed to the Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education: student-faculty contact, cooperation among students, active learning, prompt feedback, time on task, high expectations, diverse talents and ways of learning.
Last Modified: Tuesday, November 13, 2007 14:43 by Rhone Richard