Exercise Science Resources

Frequently used resources for students of the Exercise Science program. 

Exercise Science Course Schedule

Below are samples of Exercise Science Students' weekly course schedule. Please note these calendars are subject to change and should not be used in place of the course syllabi.

Click here to view Upper Level Curriculum Map

Technical Standards

The following are essential functions needed for successful completion of the Exercise Science program at Florida Gulf Coast University.  Students must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodations, each of these essential functions in order to fully participate in the program and successfully complete the requirements of the program.  A student requesting accommodation in regard to carrying out any of these essential functions must realize that although he/she may meet program requirements to graduate, he/she may not meet some requirements of licensure and employment in the profession. 

 Florida Gulf Coast University, in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and the University's guiding principles, provides classroom and academic accommodation to students with documented disabilities.  Students are responsible for providing documentation of disability to the Office of Adaptive Services.  Whether or not a requested accommodation is reasonable will be determined on an individual basis in consultation with the Office of Adaptive Services.  (See current FGCU Student Guidebook). 

  1. Possess sufficient verbal and non-verbal communication skills that are necessary to communicate effectively within diverse situations and to people with different social and cultural backgrounds.
  2. Demonstrate professional behaviors and standards needed to assimilate, analyze, and clearly process in a logical, practical manner to effectively implement proper care to the physically active or sedentary individual through the use of established protocols.
  3. Demonstrate a calm demeanor during highly stressful/emergency situations and make sound judgments for the physically active or sedentary and the medical professional.
  4. Ability to develop a rapport with fellow students, health care professionals, instructors, community site supervisors and other individuals to insure quality medical attention is achieved.
  5. Ability to record information given by individuals such as clients, athletes, medical personnel and instructors efficiently and accurately.
  6. Sufficient strength, coordination, auditory perception, and sensory function to be able to perform physical assessments and activities,  as well as position, transport and assist in the moving of an individual.

Useful Links/Forms

Laboratory Safety

  • Chemical Hygiene Plan
  • Chemical Storage Information
  • Glove Selection

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