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KINE 4394. Internship. 3 Hours.

This course provides the study with opportunities to demonstrate competencies developed in previous courses by working in an agency under the supervision of a qualified practitioner. This course requires 200 contact hours at the approved internship site to be completed within a single semester. The course can be completed concurrently with KINE 4395.
Prerequisite: KINE 4393, KINE 4377 with a minimum grade of C and senior standing.

Department of Kinesiology
The mission of the Department of Kinesiology is to advance students’ understanding of relationships among movement, exercise, and skill that occur in the contexts of development, learning, rehabilitation, production, and training. The Kinesiology programs seek to prepare future professionals for movement-related fields such as athletic training, physical education teaching, sport coaching, sport management, athletic performance coaches, fitness trainers, researchers, medical and equipment sales specific to exercise science, and other careers in the fitness and wellness industries and allied health.  Learning occurs through the study of movement, exercise processes, and/or sport industry settings within a framework that emphasizes the clinical and practical implications of theory and research.