Students pursuing this minor develop a deeper understanding of the motivational, psychosocial, and lifespan factors affecting human behavior within the context of sport and physical activity settings. A theory-to-research-to-practice approach is followed in the core course work, with supplemental course work focusing on the individual needs and interests of the students.
KIN 321. Biomechanics of Human Movement (4)
KIN 324. Exercise Physiology (4)
KIN 325. Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription (2)
KIN 406. Projects (3)
KIN 434. Applied Muscle Physiology (3)
KIN 437. Physical Activity, Aging, and Chronic Disease (4)
KIN 474. Exercise Physiology Lab Methods (2)
BI 231, BI 232, BI 233. Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology (3,3,3) and BI 241, BI 242, BI 243. Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory (2,2,2)
or BI 331, BI 332, BI 333. Advanced Human Anatomy and Physiology (3,3,3) and BI 341, BI 342, BI 343. Advanced Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory (2,2,2)
Note: Prerequisites for KIN 324 are (BI 233 [D–] or Z 333 [D–]) and CH 121 [C–] and CH 122 [C–] and (CH 123 [C–] or CH 130 [C–]) and (BI 231 [C–] or Z331 [C–] or equivalent.