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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.
Prerequisite: KINE 1331 or ATTR 2300; and 45 credit hours.

Bachelor of Science, Major in Human Performance and Wellness Management

http://catalog.shsu.edu/undergraduate/colleges-academic-departments/health-sciences/kinesiology/bs-human-performance-and-wellness-management/

The BS in Human Performance and Wellness Management (HPWM) prepares students for a career in corporate, private, and commercial fitness. Future job prospects include wellness coordinator, personal trainer, strength and conditioning specialist, and other fitness specializations.