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Kinesiology

KINE 1101 - Individual Sports and Exercise (1 credit)

Activity courses are numbered 1101-1261. All courses are coeducational unless otherwise indicated; may be taken once for credit.

A

Archery

$8

ASB

Advanced Swim, Bike, Run

 

BSB

Beginner Swim, Bike, Run

 

BSK

Beginning Self Defense/Karate

$8

F

Track and Field (M) (W)

$2

G

Golf

$8

HL

High/Low Impact Step-Aerobics

$4

ISB

Intermediate Swim, Bike, Run

 

ISK

Intermediate Self Defense/Karate

$8

KB

Cardio Kick Boxing

$8

P

Pilates

 

RB

Racquetball and Badminton

$4

T

Tennis

$6

TX

Beginning Tai Chi Chuan

$8

ITC

Intermediate Tai Chi Chuan

$8

WT

Weight Training

$4

Y

Yoga

$8

KINE 1111 - Team Sports - (1 credit)

Activity courses are numbered 1101-1261. All courses are coeducational unless otherwise indicated; may be taken once for credit.

B

Basketball (M) (W)

$4

F

Flag Football (M) (W)

$4

S

Softball

$4

V

Volleyball

$4

SV

Softball-Volleyball

$4

KINE 1131 - Dance (1 credit)

Activity courses are numbered 1101-1261. All courses are coeducational unless otherwise indicated; may be taken once for credit.

BL

Ballroom/Swing Dance - couples only

$4

CW

Country Western Dance - couples only

$4

HH

Hip-Hop Dance

$4

I

International Dance

$4

J

Jazz Dance

$4

M

Mexican Dance

$4

KINE 1141 - Aquatics (1 credit)

Activity courses are numbered 1101-1261. All courses are coeducational unless otherwise indicated; may be taken once for credit.

B

Beginning Swimming

$5

I

Intermediate Swimming

$5

WA

Water Aerobics

$4

KINE 1141WA - Aquatics - Water Aerobics (1 credit)

Activity courses are numbered 1101-1261. All courses are coeducational unless otherwise indicated; may be taken for credit once. Fee: $4.

KINE 1241 - ARC Lifeguard Training (2 credits)

American Red Cross Lifeguard Training certification. Prerequisite: KINE 1141I Intermediate Swimming or equivalent. Fee: $9.

KINE 1261 - Outdoor Education (2 credits)

Basic skills involving campcraft, trips, nature and recreational activities. Fee: $18.

KINE 1310 - Foundations of Kinesiology (3 credits)

Overview of the kinesiology sub-disciplines and professional opportunities. Historical, philosophical, sociological, psychological, biomechanical and physiological aspects of kinesiology. Offered: Spring.

KINE 2190-2690 Selected Issues in Kinesiology (1-6 credits)

Introduction to specialized topics chosen by instructor. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. Fee: varies with topic.

KINE 2310 - Wellness Lifestyle (3 credits)

An analysis of a healthy existence based on the seven dimensions of wellness. Wellness encompasses not only the body, but also emotions, thoughts, attitudes and feelings. Offered: Fall, Spring.

KINE 2315 - Measurement and Evaluation (3 credits)

Measurement theory and statistics used in the analysis, evaluation, and interpretation of data regarding human performance in different environments. Prerequisite: KINE 1310. Offered: As needed.

KINE 2372 - First Aid/CPR and Personal Safety (3 credits)

The American Red Cross First Aid Responding to Emergencies certification course. How to recognize and respond to emergencies before medical help arrives. Personal safety information, skills, habits and attitudes. Fee: $20. Offered: Fall, Spring.

KINE 2476 - General Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4 credits)

Same as BIOL 1421.

KINE 2477 - General Human Anatomy and Physiology II (4 credits)

Same as BIOL 1422.

KINE 3281 - Advanced Techniques (2 credits)

Evaluation and analysis of motor performance as related to exercise and/or sport; construction of lesson plans for teaching units; coaching and officiating techniques. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. Prerequisite: Junior standing or consent of the instructor.

KINE 3333 - Exercise and Sports Psychology (3 credits)

Student will develop an understanding of human thought, emotion, and behavior in physical activity by studying the psychological aspects of fitness, exercise, health, and wellness, as well as the aspects of competitive sport participation. Prerequisite: PSYC 1305. Offered: Spring of odd-numbered years.

KINE 3351 - Teaching Health/Physical Education: Elementary (3 credits)

Objectives, methods and materials for teaching health and physical education for elementary school. Fee: $5.

KINE 3352 - Teaching Health/Physical Education: Secondary (3 credits)

Objectives, strategies, methods and materials for teaching health and physical education from middle school through high school. Offered: Fall, Spring.

KINE 3360 - Physiology of Exercise (3 credits)

Physiological bases of exercise and physical conditioning; measurement of metabolic and neuromuscular efficiency during exercise; introduction to the neurological basis of motor learning. Prerequisite: KINE 2476, KINE 2477. Fee: $20. Offered: Spring of odd-numbered years.

KINE 3365 - Motor Development (3 credits)

Identify and examine the characteristics and current issues related to the physical growth, development, and motor performance of human beings across the lifespan. Prerequisites: KINE 2476, KINE 2477. Offered: Fall of even-numbered years.

KINE 3374 - Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries (3 credits)

Study of proper training and conditioning. Techniques and procedures for emergencies; diagnostic, preventive and remedial measures. Organization of a training room. Prerequisites: KINE 2310, KINE 2372, KINE 2476, KINE 2477. Fee: $20. Offered: Fall of odd-numbered years.

KINE 3375 - Exercise and Sports Sociology (3 credits)

Develop an understanding of the shared beliefs and social practices of exercise and sports activities in a multicultural society. Prerequisite: SOCI 1301. Offered: Spring of even-numbered years.

KINE 3377 - Analysis of Human Movement (3 credits)

Scientific analysis of fundamental movements and basic movement patterns; application of biomechanical and anatomical kinesiology principles to human motion; application to teaching movement. Prerequisite: KINE 2476, KINE 2477. Fee: $20. Offered: Spring of even-numbered years.

KINE 3381 - Advanced Techniques (3 credits)

Evaluation and analysis of motor performance as related to exercise and/or sport; construction of lesson plans for teaching units; coaching and officiating techniques. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. Prerequisite: Junior standing or consent of the instructor.

KINE 4160-4660 Selected Topics in Kinesiology (1-6 credits)

In-depth study of specialized topic chosen by instructor. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. Fee: varies with topic.

KINE 4331 - Sports Management (3 credits)

Develop an understanding of the organizational and administrative principles for directing programs and facilities in physical education, intramurals and athletics, as well as the sport, fitness, and leisure industries. Prerequisite: Junior standing or consent of instructor. Spring of odd-numbered years.

KINE 4335 - Physical Aging (3 credits)

Develop an understanding of the anatomical, physiological, social and emotional changes that accompany the aging process and their implications in human movement. Health promotion and maintenance, disease prevention, and exercise program development will also be studied. Prerequisite: Junior standing or consent of instructor. Offered: Fall of odd-numbered years.

KINE 4350 - Senior Seminar in Kinesiology (3 credits)

Integration of knowledge and practice of kinesiology and individual professional activity at an advanced level using research, oral presentation, a series of conferences and role playing experiences related to the various aspects of kinesiology as a career. Internships, employment opportunities, ethical issues, and other related activities are reviewed. Prerequisites: 24 semester hours of KINE. Offered: Spring of even-numbered years.

KINE 4355 - Senior Experience in Kinesiology (3 credits)

Includes internship, research, student teaching. Prerequisites: 20 semester hours of KINE. Offered: Fall, Spring.