III. Kinesiology Electives
(15 credit minimum)
|KIN 215||Prevention and Care of Athletic Injury||3|
|KIN 297G||Neuromechanics of Human Motion||3|
|KIN 297 WP||Wellness Programming||3|
|KIN 311||Anatomy of Human Motion||3|
|KIN 340||Exercise Testing and Programming||3|
|KIN 380||Diet, Supplements and Athletic Performance||3|
|KIN 390T||Introduction to Therapeutic Exercise||3|
|KIN 397A||Principles and Practice of Personal Training||3|
|KIN 397B||Principles and Practice of Strength & Conditioning||3|
|KIN 397S||Clinical & Public Health Implications of Obesity||3|
|KIN 196 - 496||Independent Study* (See Below)||1-6|
|KIN 498F/G||Teaching Practicum* (See Below)||1-3|
|KIN 398 – 498||Internship/Practicum* (See Below)||1-15|
|KIN 530||Mechanical Analysis of Human Motion||3|
|KIN 535||Muscle Mechanics and Modeling||3|
|KIN 560||Exercise Neuroscience||3|
|KIN 565||Movement Coordination and Perception||3|
|KIN 570||Pediatric Exercise Physiology||3|
|KIN 571||Physical Activity and Women’s Health||3|
|KIN 580||Muscle Structure and Function||3|
|KIN 585||Energy Metabolism||3|
|KIN 597 M||Exercise Psychology||3|
A grade of C- (1.7) or better is required for all of these Elective Courses.
* NOTE: Students may take the KIN Independent Study courses (196, 296, 396 and 496), KIN Teaching Practicum (497F/G) and KIN Internship/Practicum (498) to fulfill up to 6 of the required 15 credits of the Kinesiology Electives requirement.
The internship/practicum (KIN 398A, 498 & 498Y) may be taken on a Pass/Fail basis.
All independent studies and teaching practica must be approved by a faculty sponsor during the prior semester, or within the first two weeks of the semester in which the student is taking those courses, and must be taken for a grade.
Any additional Kinesiology Elective Courses taken above the 15 credit requirement can fulfill the University Requirements for graduation if they are completed successfully.