Aug 08, 2022  
2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED PUBLICATION]

Kinesiology and Sport


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The Department of Kinesiology and Sport has responsibility for the following:

  • Core 39 component in Physical Activity and Wellness;
  • undergraduate majors in physical education teaching, sport management, kinesiology, and exercise science;
  • the undergraduate minors in coaching, health and safety education, intercollegiate athletics, personal trainer, physical education, recreational sports, sport communication, sport management, strength and conditioning, and teacher certification;
  • the undergraduate endorsement in coaching.
  • the graduate program (kinesiology, health, and sport specialization)

Core 39 Courses

One hour of credit in physical activity and wellness is necessary to meet the Core 39 requirement. Students take KIN 192 - Concepts in Wellness and Fitness  or KIN 281 - Personal Health Science . Students are provided an opportunity to promote their general physical well-being as well as develop new recreational skills. A laboratory fee, towel, lock, and locker fee may be assessed when students enroll in some classes. Students not able to participate in the physical activity courses because of medical reasons, physical handicaps, or other personal reasons may substitute KIN 282  - 2 hours, when approval has been granted by the dean of the Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education or a designee. The student must provide a physician’s statement prohibiting participation in physical activity.

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