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Undergraduate Degree based on the Academic Model of the UANL

To train professionals in exercise sciences capable of meet present and future needs of society, promoting research and development of academic programs, always in continuous improvement.

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Purpose

To train human resources highly qualified in the areas of physical culture, sport and recreation, through the integration of the different techniques and scientific disciplines that constitute our curriculum.

 

Approach

This multidisciplinary approach is based in theoretical experience and practical development, in order to have well-trained professionals in the four disciplines of the degree. Students will acquire capacities and skills, which later will be applied to the development of exercise sciences and knowledge, taking advantage of resources and materials.

 

Skills

Responsibility, passion for physical activities, sports and recreation, analytical skills, flexibility of thought, leadership, logical and innovative reasoning.

 

Labor Market

Director of sports institutions, teaching, researching, sports advisory, sports coordinator, sports promoter, sports instructor, coach, trainer and public relations area.

 

Social Importance

Collaborates with knowledge in exercise sciences which is a factor that allows society to improve skills, in consequence it will support this new generation of citizens aware of responsibility and discipline, having a new competitive spirit to help society provide an efficient service.

 

Overcoming Professional

The UANL and other institutions of higher education, both national and international, provides opportunities getting a major such as master’s degrees and doctorates in multiple fields of physical activity and sport. The School of Physical Education of the UANL offers 2 master’s degrees: Master’s degree in physical activity and sport, with 4 approaches: Health Promotion (PS), High Endurance Sports (AR), Physical Education (EF) and Sports Management (GD); and Master’s in Sports Psychology in conjunction with the school of psychology.

 

Professional Risks

The related of working outdoors, exposed to changes in temperature, high and low, inadequate postures, sudden movements and work in physical activity and sport.

 

Specific Requirements

General physical abilities for efforts and development of activities related to exercise and competition.


Subjects

Learning Units

Application of Information TechnologiesCompetitive CommunicationSports and Functional MorphologyHistory of Sports and Physical EducationAthletics IGymnasticsPhysical Education for Elementary and Secondary SchoolsElective I (Minor Sports I)

Credits: 02

Application of Information Technologies is a learning unit focused on developing a set of skills in students that enable them to use technology effectively for succeeding at their academic, professional, and human performance, which is necessary within a changing and globalized society.  

Credits: 02

Competitive Communication covers administration concepts and their relation to other sciences. Students will apply the administrative process at managing physical activity and sport services, assessing the skills of sport managers and quality control instruments of public and private sport companies. 

Credits: 02

Sports and Functional Morphology helps students recognize the functional-morphological criteria of the nervous and musculoskeletal system in the human motor behavior, with its relation to sport and physical activities by athletes and general society for health purposes.

Credits: 02

History of Sports and Physical Education gives students the skill to critically analyze the current status of sports and physical education through a proper comparison of their history, based on collected evidence from ancient people regarding games, infrastructure, tools, and equipment. It also raises awareness of “reasonable doubt” among students, which will lead them to develop their critical thinking abilities for judging the ancient and the modern by their actual intrinsic values. 

Credits: 03

Athletics I introduces students to the theoretical-practical aspects concerning the teaching and training of speed, middle/long distance, walk, and combined tests. Students will work together with public and private institutions at organizing athletic events of road and track. It is intended as a contribution to the optimal development of graduates, who will acquire technical aspects of implementation, biomechanical analysis, observation of general and specific training methods, track layout, and application of regulations.

Credits: 03

Gymnastics explores the application of techniques from different gymnastic disciplines, such as artistic and rhythmic gymnastics, as well as reviewing the teaching-learning process by means of induction courses to gymnastic skills.

Credits: 04

Physical Education for Elementary and Secondary Schools comprises the curriculum and objectives of physical education in pre-, elementary, and secondary school programs. Students will develop skills as physical education teachers and practice other complementary activities for PE classes: warm-up exercise, physical activity routines, sample classes, and practical classes. 

Credits: 04

Minor Sports I leads students into the analysis of history, regulations, arbitration, records, fundamentals, and principles of physical training at a basic level. Students will also design and practice academic/training programs for cycling, roller-skating, triathlon, and weightlifting.

2nd Semester (22 credits)

Academic and Professional DevelopmentHuman Development, Health and Sports Appreciation of ArtsBiology of Physical Activity Sports Philosophy SoccerMethodology of Sports Investigation AdministrationListed Elective II

Credits: 02

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Credits: 04

3rd Semester (22 credits)

Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities Movement Theory Psychology of Physical Activity and Sports Exercise Physiology Sports Sociology Basketball Volleyball Administration Resources Listed Elective III

Credits: 02

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Credits: 04

4th Semester (22 credits)

Social Context of Profession Environment and Sustainability Biochemistry of Exercise Measurement of the Behavior of the Human Body Law in Sports Training and Sports Optimal PerformanceListed Elective IV

Credits: 02

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5th Semester (22 credits)

Sports Nutrition Active and Passive LeisureBaseball and Softball Dance and Physical ExpressionAthletics II American Football Listed Elective VI

Credits: 02

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Credits: 04

6th Semester (22 credits)

Foreign Language and CultureTraining and Sports Performance Racket Sports Equipment and Sports Facilities Management of Sports Activities and Events Listed Elective VII Listed Elective VIII

Credits: 02

Credits: 04

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5th Semester (22 credits)

Sports Nutrition Active and Passive LeisureBaseball and Softball Dance and Physical ExpressionAthletics II American Football Listed Elective VI

Credits: 02

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Credits: 04

7th Semester (22 credits)

Ethics, Society, and Profession Prevention and Care of Physical Activity InjuriesPhysical Education in Upper Intermediate and Higher Levels Sports Statistics and Computing Management of Sports Activities and Events Listed Elective IXListed Elective X

Credits: 02

Credits: 04

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Credits: 04

8th Semester (22 credits)

BiomechanicsTraining and Sports Performance IIILearning Service

Credits: 03

Credits: 03

Credits: 16

9th Semester (22 credits)

Free-Choice ElectivesTraining and Sports Performance IIIListed Elective XI

Credits: 20

  •  Internship
  •  National or International Academic Exchange
  •  Research
  •  Learning Units (Listed Electives)
  •  Continuing Education

Credits: 03

Credits: 02

Degree on Exercise Science pdf

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