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Kinesiology Minors

Interested in learning more about the biological and behavioral aspects of human movement and how it relates to health and/or education? Ask your advisor if a minor in one of the following can work for you. Kinesiology minors are not available to students seeking a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology.

Minimum 15 credit hours from the courses in the area of your choice.

Physical Education (PE)

  • KINE 1301 Foundations of Kinesiology
  • KINE 2310 Contemporary Wellness
  • KINE 2311 Motor Learning and Development
  • KINE 3310 Adaptive Activities
  • KINE 3312 Physiology of Exercise
  • KINE 4312 Teaching Early Childhood and Elementary Physical Education*
  • KINE 4313 Teaching Middle and High School Physical Education*

* For PE minor, students must take at least one of KINE 4312 or KINE 4313

Exercise and Sport Science

  • KINE 2310 Contemporary Wellness
  • KINE 2311 Motor Learning & Development
  • KINE 3311 Biomehanics of Sport and Exercise
  • KINE 3312 Physiology of Exercise
  • KINE 3316 Exercise and Sport Psychology
  • KINE 3317 Nutrition in Sports and Exercise
  • KINE 4311 Testing and Prescription of Exercise

Strength and Conditioning

  • KINE 2310 Contemporary Wellness
  • KINE 3312 Physiology of Exercise
  • KINE 3311 Biomehanics of Sport and Exercise
  • KINE 3313 Scientific Principles of Strength and Conditioning
  • KINE 3314 Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries
  • KINE 3317 Nutrition in Sports and Exercise
  • KINE 3318 Sports Conditioning and Program Design

Sport Management

  • KINE 2313 Sport Management
  • KINE 3315 Facility Management and Design
  • KINE 3319 Finance and Sports Organizations
  • KINE 3320 Marketing and Promotion in Sports
  • KINE 3321 Legal Issues in Sport and Exercise
  • KINE 3322 Sociology of Sport and Exercise
  • KINE 4319 Leadership Principles in Sports