Minor in Kinesiology
Students seeking a Minor in Kinesiology are required to complete the following coursework.
|Minor in Kinesiology|
|KINE 1331||Foundations of Kinesiology 1||3|
|KINE 2114||Wgt Train & Phy Conditioning||1|
|KINE 2115||Lifetime Health and Wellness 2||1|
|KINE 3362||Functional Kinesiology 1||3|
|KINE 3364||Motor Learning 1||3|
|KINE 3373||Physiology of Exercise 1||3|
|Choose 6 hours advanced KINE 3000 or 4000 level 1||6|
|Select one of the following:||1|
|Racquet Sports (tennis/badminton)|
|Basketball and Soccer|
|Rhythmic Activities & Dance|
|Track & Field-Gymnastics|
|Lifetime & Individual Sports|
|Golf & Recreational Activities|
|Softball and Volleyball|
KINE 1331 is a prerequisite for all upper level KINE courses.
Satisfies one hour in Core Curriculum requirement for Component Area IX (Component Area Option)
KINE 4117 is a research-based experience course, and you must have a professor willing to work with you on a project.
Must earn a "C" or better for all KINE and ATTR courses.
KINE 1331 is recommended to be taken during the Freshman or Sophomore year and is a prerequisite for all upper level KINE courses.
KINE 4117 requires departmental approval.