Applied Kinesiology

Designed for those interested in working in a number of settings related to instructing and planning programs that contribute to an active lifestyle for children, youth, and adults. These settings include recreational facilities, youth camps, social service agencies, and coaching. Coursework provides students with knowledge related to understanding, developing, and administering programs. This program offers multifaceted educational opportunities to become a well-versed professional.

Concentration Requirements

Take one (1) of the following:

BIO 161 Principles of Human Physiology (4)

KNH 184 and 184 L Motor Skill Learning and Performance (3, 1)

Take one (1) of the following:

KNH 242 Personal Health (3)

KNH 293 Fitness and Conditioning (3)

KNH 294 Games and Sport (3)

KNH 245 Health Issues for Children (3)

Take one (1) of the following:

STC 336* Advanced Interpersonal Communication (3)

STC 339* Introduction to Organizational Communication (3)

FSW 281 Child Development in Diverse Families (4)

FSW/SOC 262 (formerly SOC 361) Sociology of Families (3)

PSY 231 Developmental Psychology (3)

Take both of the following:

KNH 392 Lifetime and Adventure Activities (3)

KNH 473 Children and Youth in Sport (3)

*STC classes were previously known as COM