Kinesiology Courses

KIN 3100 HEALTH-RELATED PHYSICAL FITNESS ASSESSMENT AND PRESCRIPTION (3 s.h.)

A course focusing on client-centered assessment and exercise prescription, emphasizing the components of health-related physical fitness. Includes both lecture and laboratory activities.

Prerequisite: WEL 2180 or permission of department chair
Offered: fall


KIN 4100 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY EPIDEMIOLOGY (3 s.h.)

Examines the etiology and risk factors of diseases and associated health problems attributable to physical inactivity.

Prerequisite: KIN 3100 or permission of department chair
Offered: fall


KIN 4200 CLINICAL EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY (3 s.h.)

A focus of this course is on the impact certain chronic diseases have on one’s ability to be physically active and how exercise can be prescribed to treat such conditions.

Prerequisites: KIN 3100 and PXS 4040 or permission of department chair
Offered: spring


KIN 4900 CLINICAL OBSERVATION IN KINESIOLOGY (2 s.h.)

A supervised observation and learning experience in a clinical setting. A minimum of 80 hours will be required.

Prerequisites: KIN 3100 and senior standing
Offered: fall and spring