Suggested 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/Spring Semester
KINE 150, Freshman Seminar
KINE 200 Intro to the Human Body*
KINE 204, Introduction to Kinesiology & Health Sciences
KINE 322, Motor Learning
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 305 Human Phys. Lab
Electives

Junior Year

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

Spring Semester

KINE 308 Biomechanics^
KINE Electives
Electives

Senior Year

Fall Semester
KINE 450, Cardiovascular Physiology*
KINE 393, Health Ethics
Writing Requirement Course
KINE Electives
Electives

Spring Semester
KINE 393, Health Ethics
Writing Requirement Course
KINE Electives
Electives