275-3 Introduction to Exercise Science - Course content will include historical and theoretical foundations along with an introduction to current practices, and professional opportunities within the field of exercise science.
310-3 Exercise Psychology — Overview of the major psychological determinants and consequences of exercise and its impact on public health. Prerequisite: KIN 275 with a grade of C or better.
315-3 Functional Anatomy - Structural and functional basis of human performance. Prerequisite: BIOL 240 A with a grade of C or better.
316-3 Biomechanics of Human Movement - Mechanics applied to physical performance; analysis of selected movements, and the application of physical principles to the musculoskeletal system. Two hours lecture and two hour laboratory per week. Prerequisite: KIN 315 with concurrency allowed.
319-3 Strength Training and Conditioning - Theory and Techniques in Strength and Conditioning — Student will learn the basic exercise physiology concepts and exercise techniques required to successfully pass nationally recognized personal training certiﬁcation exams. Prerequisite: KIN 316 with concurrency allowed.
350-3 Exercise Physiology - Examination of the scientific theories behind the body’s responses to exercise. Topics will include exercise metabolism, respiration, circulation, neuromuscular, hormonal, and environmental influences on exercise. Prerequisite: BIOL 240 A and B with a grade of C or better.
412-3 Biology of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Disease - Molecular bases of human diseases related to cardiovascular, diabetes, hypertension, and obesity. Relationship between cellular pathways, disease, and treatment effects. Not for graduate credit. Prerequisite: KIN 350 or concurrent enrollment.
416-3 Exercise Assessment/Programming - Introductory course to the theoretical and practical concepts of exercise assessment, interpretation, and prescription. Not for graduate credit. Prerequisite: : 350 with a grade of C or better.
417-3 Exercise for Special Populations - Using the ACSM guidelines, exercise beneﬁts and risks for special populations related to age, gender, and individuals with health complications and disabilities will be discussed. Prerequisite: KIN 416 with concurrency allowed.
418-3 Exercise Epidemiology - Effects of physical activity on cardiopulmonary, metabolic, and other hypokinetic diseases. Students will gain an understanding of current evidence-based interventions that improve health. Not for graduate credit. Prerequisite: KIN 416 or concurrent enrollment in KIN 416.
426-3 Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation - This course will cover theory and common practice for the assessment and treatment of patients with cardiac and pulmonary diseases. Prerequisite: KIN 350 with a grade of C or better with concurrency allowed.
445-3 Organization and Management of Exercise and Wellness Programs - Theoretical and practical aspects of selected management procedures which relate to the development, implementation, and evaluation of exercise and wellness programs. Not for graduate credit.
460-1 to 9 Internship in Exercise Science - Supervised 200- hour placement in professional settings appropriate to student career interests. This course may be repeatable up to 9 credit hours for clinical experience requirements for professional certifications. Not for graduate credit. Prerequisite: 2.75 overall GPA, active American Red Cross CPR/First Aid/AED training, and grade of C or better in KIN 416.
464-3 Senior Seminar in Exercise Science - Capstone senior project that is designed to integrate the cumulative knowledge, skills, and abilities from the exercise science curriculum into an impactful community-based project. Prerequisite: KIN 416 with C or better.