School of Education and Human Development

Athletic Injuries & Sports First Aid

KIN 301 Section 85
3 credits Undergraduate
March 12-16 • 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Kysha Harriell,
Tentative syllabus

Fulfill the role of being a competent first responder to athletic injuries and illnesses

  • Gain the knowledge of basic sport first aid skills, anatomy, and sport injury terminology
  • Learn about specific athletic injuries and illnesses
  • Become familiar with head injuries, sudden illnesses, weather-related problems, upper and lower body musculoskeletal injuries, respiratory emergencies and illnesses, and internal injuries
  • Practice basic hands-on skills such as splinting, taping, and bracing as it relates to preventing and treating athletic injuries

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Personal Community Health

KIN 235 Section 85
3 credits Undergraduate
March 12-16 • 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Magda Aldousany:
Tentative Syllabus 

Discover the principles of Health and Wellness and how they may be integrated into daily life

  • Ascertain how the effects of exercise and weight control, including a variety of methods to determining body fat percentage, are utilized to impact one’s health
  • Understand the impact of healthcare in the community around you
  • Explore topics such as Nutrition, Exercise, Alcohol, Violence, Mental Health, and Stress