KINE 1331 FOUNDATIONS OF KINESIOLOGY

12 lessons, 1 final exam
Credit 3
This course serves as a base for all kinesiology courses. Units will include historical development, philosophical implications, physical fitness, scientific bases of movement, and educational values of kinesiology.

KINE 3364 MOTOR LEARNING CLOSED

Credit 3
This course is designed for students who are preparing for a variety of professions in which the teaching, training, or rehabilitation of motor skills is involved. The goal of this course is to provide a theory-based foundation about the learning of motor skills to facilitate implementation of appropriate strategies and techniques for instructional, training, and rehabilitation applications.

KINE 3378 KINESIOLOGY AND SPORTS

12 lessons, 1 final exam, Writing Enhanced
Credit 3
The first half of this course is concerned with the organization and administration of physical education and recreation in the public schools; the second half, with the organization, administration, and business management of a high school athletic program.

KINE 4373 ADVANCED TOPICS IN PHYSIOLOGY OF EXERCISE

10 lessons, 1 final exam
Credit 3
This course bridges the gap between basic undergraduate and graduate physiology. Selected topics will include: bioenergetics, hormonal regulation, hemodynamics, effects of high altitude, ergogenic aids, gender differences and exercise performance, and exercise with older adults.


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