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KINE 3364. Motor Learning. 3 Hours.

This course is designed for students who are preparing for a variety of professions in which the teaching, training, or rehabilitation of motor skills is involved. The goal of this course is to provide a theory-based foundation about the learning of motor skills to facilitate implementation of appropriate strategies and techniques for instructional, training, and rehabilitation applications. Previously KIN 322.
Prerequisite: 60 Credit Hours.

Bachelor of Science, Major in Human Performance and Wellness Management

This degree option prepares students for employment in areas that include corporate and hospital wellness, performance enhancement training, health and fitness training, strength and conditioning, cardiac rehabilitation, and fitness entrepreneurship.

Minor in Kinesiology

...BIOL 2403 and 60 hours. KINE 3364 requires 60 hours. KINE 4117 requires departmental approval.