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KINE 1602   Foundations Of Kinesiology
Historical, philosophical, physiological, psychological, and social foundations of kinesiology, fitness, and sport. Also explores programs, issues, and the profession. Class 2. (Fall)
 
KINE 3403   Care And Prevention Of Sports Injuries
The prevention, diagnosis, and care of sports injuries. Consideration will be given to legal implications, equipment and supplies, and therapeutic modalities. Class 3. (Spring)
 
KINE 3702   Methods Of Coaching
The principles of coaching competitive athletics. Topics include coaching styles, personnel management, motivation, practice planning, pregame and game strategies. Class 2. (Spring)
 
KINE 4103   Sports And Recreation Management (L)
Management of sports and recreation programs in schools as well as non-educational settings. Addressed also are personnel management, programming, marketing, safety, and legal issues. Class 3. (Fall)
 
KINE     Kinesiology Electives
Kinesiology Electives may be chosen from:
KINE 2003 Lifetime Activities I (Fall, Odd years)
KINE 2053 Lifetime Activities II (Spring, Even years)
KINE 2502 Movement and games for Children (Fall)
KINE 2901 Emergency Care and First Aid
KINE 3503 Motor Skill Acquisition (Fall, Odd years)
KINE 3803 Activities for Special Populations (Spring)
KINE 4701 Seminar in Physical Education Pedagogy (Fall)
9 total hours needed.
 
Total Hours: 19
Notes: Kinesiology Electives may be chosen from:
KINE 2003 Lifetime Activities I (Fall, Odd years)
KINE 2053 Lifetime Activities II (Spring, Even years)
KINE 2502 Movement and games for Children (Fall)
KINE 2901 Emergency Care and First Aid
KINE 3503 Motor Skill Acquisition (Fall, Odd years)
KINE 3803 Activities for Special Populations (Spring)
KINE 4701 Seminar in Physical Education Pedagogy (Fall)