Medical College Prep &
Sports Medicine And Exercise Science
Zane State & Washington State Course Matches

Medical Terminology

CTAG - Introduction to the basic medical word elements - roots, suffixes, prefixes and combining forms used by the medical profession. Spelling, definitions, pronunciations and usage of medical terms pertaining to all body systems are stressed.


CTAG - Exercise Science

The goal of this course is to introduce students to the foundational principles of exercise physiology with a particular emphasis on nutrition, metabolism, energetics, and body composition.  Introduction to the field of exercise science including aspects of human performance, clinical exercise physiology and strength training and conditioning. Includes basic components of program design, training, and assessment.

Management of Athletics Injuries

SFMT 2300 Management of Athletics Injuries  3 credits.

The focus of this course is upon the initial management of common injuries resulting from physical activity Students learn skills related to prevention, recognition and treatment of common injuries.

Introduction to Nutrition

BIOL 1510 Introduction to Nutrition 3 credits.

A course for non-science majors which introduces the basic  nutritional needs of humans through the life cycle; nutrient functions, sources, and requirements. Significant factors which influence food attitudes and habits are included. Students will develop sample meal plans for different life situations.


SFMT 2200 Resistance Training  3 credits.

This class builds upon the introductory coursework information to broaden the student’s knowledge of resistance training.Students will develop individual exercise programs by exploring training concepts and demonstration of appropriate spotting, safety and lifting techniques.