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Course Sequence for Majors

The following sequence of courses is a logical progression through many of the core courses in Kinesiology & Health Sciences. Students should consult with their Kinesiology & Health Sciences advisor to determine the best sequence for their individual interests. Note the asterics (*) by the courses that are only taught in Fall semesters and the (^) by the courses only taught in the Spring semesters. Please check the course schedule for the most updated listing of courses.

 

Freshman Year

Fall Semester
Kine 150, Freshman Seminar
Kine 204, Introduction to Kinesiology*
Kine 322, Motor Learning
Electives

Spring Semester
Kine 322, Motor Learning
Kine 150, Freshman Seminar
Electives

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester
Kine 295, Exercise Prescription*
Kine 303, Human Anatomy
Kine 394, Statistics & Evaluation*
Electives

Spring Semester
Kine 304, Human Physiology^
Kine 308, Biomechanics of Human Movement^
Electives

Junior Year

Fall Semester
Kine 394, Statistics and Evaluation*
Kine 442, Exercise Physiology*
Kine Electives
Electives

Spring Semester
Kine Electives
Electives

Senior Year

Fall Semester
Kine 450, Cardiovascular Physiology*
Kine 493, Philosophy of Kinesiology*
Kine Electives
Electives

Spring Semester
Kine 393, Health Ethics
Kine Electives
Electives