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Exercise/Sport Science Minor
The Department of Exercise/Sport Science and Athletics offers an extensive formal and informal educational and instructional program designed to: (1) enrich one's awareness and appreciation of life's processes and of the society in which one lives; (2) provide a basis for intelligent decision making regarding one's own health and human performance behavior patterns throughout life; and (3) prepare one for graduate and or professional work. It provides a high quality academic program consistent with the liberal arts tradition of Hiram College.
The department offers varied courses for all college students and curricular programs of study leading to an undergraduate minor area of concentration in exercise and sport science. The programs offered by the department are designed to meet specialized interests of students and also the requirements of a liberal arts education, state and national accrediting agencies, and professional associations.
For more information on the Exercise/Sport Science Minor, please click here.
Department Chair: Jim Johnston