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Suggested Academic Plan for Kinesiology Majors at UHV

Kinesiology students are required to earn a C or better grade for all Kinesiology courses.

In addition to the courses listed here, students are responsible for taking appropriate Core Curriculum courses in consultation with Student Success Coaches or Academic Advisors to meet University Degree Requirements

As of April 2022:

Exercise and Sport Science

First Year
FallSpringSummer
KINE 1301 Foundations of Kinesiology KINE 2310 Lifetime Fitness and Wellness intentionally blank
Second Year
FallSpringSummer
KINE 2311 Motor Learning and Development
KINE 2312 Kinetic Anatomy
KINE 2313 Sport Management
KINE 3310 Adapted Activities for Special Populations
KINE 3315 Sports and Recreation Facility Management
KINE 3316 Foundations of Exercise and Sports Psychology
KINE 3319 Sport Business and Finance
Third Year
FallSpringSummer
KINE 3311 Biomechanics
KINE 3312 Physiology of Exercise
KINE 3313 Scientific Principles of Strength and Conditioning
KINE 3314 Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries
KINE 3318 Sports Conditioning and Program Design
KINE 4311 Testing and Prescription of Exercise
KINE 3317 Nutrition in Sport and Exercise
KINE 3320 Marketing and Promotin in Sports
KINE 4315 Therapeutic Principles of Exercise
Fourth Year
FallSpringSummer
KINE 3321 Legal Issues in Sport and Exercise
KINE 4316 Measurement, Evaluation, and Research in Kinesiology
†Elective
†Elective
*KINE 4603 Professional Field Experience I
*KINE 4604 Professional Field Experience II
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* Kinesiology internship (KINE 4603 & 4604) can be completed in Fall, Spring, or Summer semester.
For more information and requirements refer to Internship Program webpage.
† Students need 6 hours of electives (Special Foundation).
Electives must be approved by a Faculty Advisor prior to registration.

Pre-Allied Health

First Year
FallSpringSummer
KINE 1301 Foundations of Kinesiology
BIOL I for Science Majors w/ lab
KINE 2310 Lifetime Fitness and Wellness
BIOL II for Science Majors w/ lab
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Second Year
FallSpringSummer
KINE 2311 Motor Learning and Development
KINE 2312 Kinetic Anatomy
†Elective (A&P I w/ lab)
KINE 3310 Adapted Activities for Special Populations
†Elective (A&P II w/ lab)
KINE 3316 Foundations of Exercise and Sports Psychology
†Elective
Third Year
FallSpringSummer
KINE 3311 Biomechanics
KINE 3312 Physiology of Exercise
†Elective (CHEM I w/ lab)
†Elective (PHYS I w/ lab)
KINE 3314 Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries 
KINE 4311 Testing and Prescription of Exercise
†Elective (CHEM II w/ lab)
†Elective (PHYS II w/ lab)
KINE 3317 Nutrition in Sport and Exercise 
KINE 4315 Therapeutic Principles of Exercise
Fourth Year
FallSpringSummer
KINE 3321 Legal Issues in Sport and Exercise
KINE 4316 Measurement, Evaluation, and Research in Kinesiology
†Elective
*KINE 4603 Professional Field Experience I
*KINE 4604 Professional Field Experience II
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* Kinesiology internship (KINE 4603 & 4604) can be completed in Fall, Spring, or Summer semester.
For more information and requirements refer to Internship Program webpage.
† Students need 24 hours of electives (Special Foundation).
Electives must be approved by a Faculty Advisor prior to registration.

Physical Education

First Year
FallSpringSummer
KINE 1301 Foundations of Kinesiology KINE 2310 Lifetime Fitness and Wellness intentionally blank
Second Year
FallSpringSummer
KINE 2311 Motor Learning and Development
KINE 2312 Kinetic Anatomy
KINE 3310 Adapted Activities for Special Populations
†Elective (or KINE 3321)
KINE 3316 Foundations of Exercise and Sports Psychology
Third Year
FallSpringSummer
KINE 3312 Physiology of Exercise
CUIN 3323 Instructional Design
CUIN 3327 Educational Technology
INDS 3323 Child Development and Its Application to Learning
†Elective (or KINE 3326)
KINE 3311 Biomechanics
KINE 4313 Teaching Middle and High School Physical Education
†Elective (or KINE 3313)
†Elective (or KINE 3314)
CUIN 4313 Secondary Teaching Strategies
KINE 3328 Team Sports
FEDU 3321 Educational Foundations for Teaching
Fourth Year
FallSpringSummer
KINE 3327 Individual and Dual Sports
KINE 4312 Teaching Early Childhood and Elementary Physical Education
KINE 4316 Measurement, Evaluation, and Research in Kinesiology
†Elective (or KINE 4310)
LITY 4364 Content Area Literacy and Study Skills
*KINE 4303 Kinesiology Student Teaching I
*KINE 4304 Kinesiology Student Teaching II
CUIN 4307 Professional Seminar
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* Student Teaching (KINE 4303 / 4304) can be completed in Fall or Spring semester.
For more information and requirements refer to Student Teaching webpage.
† Students need 24 hours of electives (Specialty Field Courses).
Electives must be approved by a Faculty Advisor prior to registration.

Sport Management

First Year
FallSpringSummer
KINE 1301 Foundations of Kinesiology KINE 2310 Lifetime Fitness and Wellness intentionally blank
Second Year
FallSpringSummer
KINE 2311 Motor Learning and Development
KINE 2312 Kinetic Anatomy
KINE 2313 Sport Management KINE 3315 Sports and Recreation Facility Management
KINE 3319 Sport Business and Finance
Third Year
FallSpringSummer
KINE 3311 Biomechanics
KINE 3316 Foundations of Exercise and Sports Psychology
†Elective
†Elective
KINE 3312 Physiology of Exercise
KINE 3321 Legal Issues in Sport and Exercise
†Elective
†Elective
KINE 3320 Marketing and Promotion in Sports
KINE 4319 Leadership Principles of Exercise
†Elective
Fourth Year
FallSpringSummer
KINE 3322 Sociology of Sport and Exercise
KINE 3326 Sport Administration
KINE 4316 Measurement, Evaluation, and Research in Kinesiology
†Elective
*KINE 4603 Professional Field Experience I
*KINE 4604 Professional Field Experience II
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* Kinesiology internship (KINE 4603 & 4604) can be completed in Fall, Spring, or Summer semester.
For more information and requirements refer to Internship Program webpage.
† Students need 18 hours of electives (Special Foundation).
Electives must be approved by a Faculty Advisor prior to registration.