Kinesiology Teaching Area Emphasis

Kinesiology Teaching Area Emphasis (K-12)

Requirements: 48 credits; including 6 credits in education methods

BIOL2010. Human Anatomy and Physiology I (3); and

BIOL2010L. Human Anatomy and Physiology I Laboratory (1)

BIOL2030. Human Anatomy and Physiology II (3); and

BIOL2030L. Human Anatomy and Physiology II Laboratory (1)

KINE1310. Introduction to Recreation and Kinesiology (3)

KINE2410. Introduction to Athletic Training and Physical Therapy with Laboratory (3)

KINE2430. Health Issues in Today's Society (3)

KINE2640. Kinesiology Majors Activity Laboratory (1) 6 required

KINE2730. Nutrition Across the Lifespan (2)

KINE2960. Kinesiology Field Experience (1)

KINE3350. Teaching School Health (2)

KINE3360. Teaching PE in the Secondary Schools (2)

KINE3380. Teaching PE in the Elementary Schools (2)

KINE3560. Psychology and Techniques of Coaching (3)

KINE3600. Motor Development and Motor Learning (2)

KINE3630. Corrective and Adaptive PE (2)

KINE3640. Physiology of Exercise/Biomechanics (3)

KINE4520. Tests and Measurements in Physical Education (3)

KINE4560. Administration and Supervision of HPER (3)

Other requirements:

Current First Aid/CPR certification (American Red Cross preferred)

Completion of Lifeguard or Water Safety Instruction (WSI) certification

Successful completion of the Kinesiology Department Fitness Component Tests