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Mazzetti, Heather

Internship Coordinator and Instructor, Health and Sport Sciences
Maggs Center (MC) 218
410-548-4054 or ext 84054
hmmazzettisalisburyedu



Courses  []

2014 Fall

  • EXSC 295-030 FITNESS INSTRUCTION
    Learn to design and lead group exercise sessions and one-on-one personal fitness training exercise sessions offered in community and wellness settings. Demonstrate or lead exercise screening and clearance, assessment, evaluation, prescription and instruction for individualized and group exercise programming. Learn physiological and biomechanical principles related to group and individual exercise sessions as well as safety, motivation and adherence, and modifications for diverse populations. Progressive exercise programming for both individual and group exercise settings is applied through laboratory experiences. Assists in meeting the requirements to be eligible for and pass a group fitness instruction, personal fitness training, or strength and conditioning certification. Prerequisite: EXSC 240, 250. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
  • EXSC 295-031 FITNESS INSTRUCTION
    Learn to design and lead group exercise sessions and one-on-one personal fitness training exercise sessions offered in community and wellness settings. Demonstrate or lead exercise screening and clearance, assessment, evaluation, prescription and instruction for individualized and group exercise programming. Learn physiological and biomechanical principles related to group and individual exercise sessions as well as safety, motivation and adherence, and modifications for diverse populations. Progressive exercise programming for both individual and group exercise settings is applied through laboratory experiences. Assists in meeting the requirements to be eligible for and pass a group fitness instruction, personal fitness training, or strength and conditioning certification. Prerequisite: EXSC 240, 250. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
  • EXSC 295-032 FITNESS INSTRUCTION
    Learn to design and lead group exercise sessions and one-on-one personal fitness training exercise sessions offered in community and wellness settings. Demonstrate or lead exercise screening and clearance, assessment, evaluation, prescription and instruction for individualized and group exercise programming. Learn physiological and biomechanical principles related to group and individual exercise sessions as well as safety, motivation and adherence, and modifications for diverse populations. Progressive exercise programming for both individual and group exercise settings is applied through laboratory experiences. Assists in meeting the requirements to be eligible for and pass a group fitness instruction, personal fitness training, or strength and conditioning certification. Prerequisite: EXSC 240, 250. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
  • EXSC 300-002 HEALTH-FITNESS PROG & PROF
    Introduction to the exercise science discipline including certification and licensure, organizations and employment opportunities. Examines the health-fitness specialist's role in facility administration and program management, including health promotion programming, marketing, equipment maintenance, facility design, and legal implications of documented safety procedures. Prerequisite: PHEC 106. Four hours per week.
  • EXSC 479-001 INTERNSHIP IN EXERCISE SCI
    Internship experience designed to provide students with an opportunity to gain real-world experience in exercise science settings. Students must select an internship experience site and complete 375 hours of work, completing assignments as outlined in the Exercise Science Internship Manual. Prerequisite: EXSC 333, 344 and 90 credit hours or departmental approval. Corequisite: EXSC 480. 37.5 hours per credit. (P/F)
  • PHEC 479-701 PRACTICUM
    Supervised internship or field placement in the area of human movement studies providing opportunities for experiential learning at an advanced level. Students pursue full-time professional assignments with an agency or organization which provides services related to the students’ preparation in physical education. Credit for the practicum may range from three to 12 credits per semester, depending upon the experience. May be repeated for a total of 12 credit hours. Prerequisites: Senior status, completion of all core requirements.

2015 Winter

  • EXSC 295-010 FITNESS INSTRUCTION
    Learn to design and lead group exercise sessions and one-on-one personal fitness training exercise sessions offered in community and wellness settings. Demonstrate or lead exercise screening and clearance, assessment, evaluation, prescription and instruction for individualized and group exercise programming. Learn physiological and biomechanical principles related to group and individual exercise sessions as well as safety, motivation and adherence, and modifications for diverse populations. Progressive exercise programming for both individual and group exercise settings is applied through laboratory experiences. Assists in meeting the requirements to be eligible for and pass a group fitness instruction, personal fitness training, or strength and conditioning certification. Prerequisite: EXSC 240, 250. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
  • EXSC 295-011 FITNESS INSTRUCTION
    Learn to design and lead group exercise sessions and one-on-one personal fitness training exercise sessions offered in community and wellness settings. Demonstrate or lead exercise screening and clearance, assessment, evaluation, prescription and instruction for individualized and group exercise programming. Learn physiological and biomechanical principles related to group and individual exercise sessions as well as safety, motivation and adherence, and modifications for diverse populations. Progressive exercise programming for both individual and group exercise settings is applied through laboratory experiences. Assists in meeting the requirements to be eligible for and pass a group fitness instruction, personal fitness training, or strength and conditioning certification. Prerequisite: EXSC 240, 250. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
  • EXSC 479-001 INTERNSHIP IN EXERCISE SCI
    Internship experience designed to provide students with an opportunity to gain real-world experience in exercise science settings. Students must select an internship experience site and complete 375 hours of work, completing assignments as outlined in the Exercise Science Internship Manual. Prerequisite: EXSC 333, 344 and 90 credit hours or departmental approval. Corequisite: EXSC 480. 37.5 hours per credit. (P/F)
  • EXSC 479-370 INTERNSHIP IN EXERCISE SCI
    Internship experience designed to provide students with an opportunity to gain real-world experience in exercise science settings. Students must select an internship experience site and complete 375 hours of work, completing assignments as outlined in the Exercise Science Internship Manual. Prerequisite: EXSC 333, 344 and 90 credit hours or departmental approval. Corequisite: EXSC 480. 37.5 hours per credit. (P/F)

2015 Spring

  • EXSC 295-021 FITNESS INSTRUCTION
    Learn to design and lead group exercise sessions and one-on-one personal fitness training exercise sessions offered in community and wellness settings. Demonstrate or lead exercise screening and clearance, assessment, evaluation, prescription and instruction for individualized and group exercise programming. Learn physiological and biomechanical principles related to group and individual exercise sessions as well as safety, motivation and adherence, and modifications for diverse populations. Progressive exercise programming for both individual and group exercise settings is applied through laboratory experiences. Assists in meeting the requirements to be eligible for and pass a group fitness instruction, personal fitness training, or strength and conditioning certification. Prerequisite: EXSC 240, 250. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
  • EXSC 295-022 FITNESS INSTRUCTION
    Learn to design and lead group exercise sessions and one-on-one personal fitness training exercise sessions offered in community and wellness settings. Demonstrate or lead exercise screening and clearance, assessment, evaluation, prescription and instruction for individualized and group exercise programming. Learn physiological and biomechanical principles related to group and individual exercise sessions as well as safety, motivation and adherence, and modifications for diverse populations. Progressive exercise programming for both individual and group exercise settings is applied through laboratory experiences. Assists in meeting the requirements to be eligible for and pass a group fitness instruction, personal fitness training, or strength and conditioning certification. Prerequisite: EXSC 240, 250. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
  • EXSC 479-001 INTERNSHIP IN EXERCISE SCI
    Internship experience designed to provide students with an opportunity to gain real-world experience in exercise science settings. Students must select an internship experience site and complete 375 hours of work, completing assignments as outlined in the Exercise Science Internship Manual. Prerequisite: EXSC 333, 344 and 90 credit hours or departmental approval. Corequisite: EXSC 480. 37.5 hours per credit. (P/F)
  • EXSC 479-370 INTERNSHIP IN EXERCISE SCI
    Internship experience designed to provide students with an opportunity to gain real-world experience in exercise science settings. Students must select an internship experience site and complete 375 hours of work, completing assignments as outlined in the Exercise Science Internship Manual. Prerequisite: EXSC 333, 344 and 90 credit hours or departmental approval. Corequisite: EXSC 480. 37.5 hours per credit. (P/F)
  • PHEC 479-701 PRACTICUM
    Supervised internship or field placement in the area of human movement studies providing opportunities for experiential learning at an advanced level. Students pursue full-time professional assignments with an agency or organization which provides services related to the students’ preparation in physical education. Credit for the practicum may range from three to 12 credits per semester, depending upon the experience. May be repeated for a total of 12 credit hours. Prerequisites: Senior status, completion of all core requirements.

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