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Undergraduate Degree Programs

Kinesiology (KINES)

PROFESSIONAL COURSES

The following courses are designed for the major in Kinesiology and related disciplines as designated in the various curricular programs. They are pedagogically oriented and do not fulfill the Health Sciences and Physical Education (GPE) component of General Education.

KINES 001 (GHA) Introduction to Outdoor Pursuits (1.5-3 per semester, maximum of 12) Introduction to selected outdoor pursuit activities, such as, but not limited to, rock climbing, cross country skiing, backpacking, hiking, orienteering.
Effective: Fall 2008
 

KINES 003 Drugs in Sports (1) Nature of drug use, misuse, and abuse in the athletic setting with implications for counseling and controls.
Effective: Spring 2005
 

KINES 004 (GHA) Principles of Fly Tying and Fly Fishing for Trout (1.5) A course designed to enhance student's knowledge, skill, and performance in fly tying and the sport of fly fishing for trout.
Effective: Fall 2001
 

KINES 006 (GHA) Cycling (1.5) A course designed to give students an understanding of and the ability to establish an exercise program involving riding.
Effective: Summer 2003
 

KINES 008 (GHA) Competition Casting (1.5) A course designed to enhance student's knowledge, skills, and performance in all forms of casting for sport fishing.
Effective: Fall 2001
 

KINES 010 (GHA) Indoor Rock Climbing (1.5) A course designed to provide students with the basic skills, safety, and knowledge of rock climbing.
Effective: Summer 2003
 

KINES 010A (GHA) Lead Rock Climbing (1.5) A course designed to provide students with skills, safety, and knowledge of lead rock climbing in a top rope environment.
Effective: Summer 2003
Prerequisite: KINES 010 or with permission of program  

KINES 011 (GHA) Basic Downhill Skiing (1) Students will gain a comprehensive understanding and basic level of proficiency in Downhill Skiing.
Effective: Summer 2004
 

KINES 011A (GHA) Intermediate Downhill Skiing (1) Students will gain a comprehensive understanding and intermediate to advanced level of proficiency in Downhill Skiing.
Effective: Summer 2004
 

KINES 012 (GHA) Snowboarding (1) Students will gain a comprehensive understanding and basic level of proficiency in Snowboarding.
Effective: Summer 2004
 

KINES 013 (GHA) First Aid, Personal Safety, and CPR (1) A course designed to provide students with the opportunity for Red Cross certification in Community First Aid, Safety, and CPR.
Effective: Fall 2003
 

KINES 015 Lifestyles for Health (1) Concepts of health, life-style, and risk factors; development and implementation of personal action plans.
Effective: Spring 2005
 

KINES 017 (GHA) Ballroom Dance (1.5) A course designed to provide students with basic dance skills and an understanding and appreciation of ballroom dance.
Effective: Summer 2003
 

KINES 017S (GHA) Ballroom Dance (1.5) A course designed to provide students with basic dance skills and an understanding and appreciation of ballroom dance.
Effective: Fall 2007
 

KINES 020 (GHA) Modern Dance (1.5) A course designed to teach the basic skills of modern dance and to develop a further appreciation of modern dance.
Effective: Summer 2002
 

KINES 024 (GHA) Introduction to Lifetime Sports (1.5) Students participate in lifetime sports such as archery, bowling, golf, and at least one racquet and/or winter sport.
Effective: Summer 2002
 

KINES 025 (GHA) Introduction to Court Sports (1.5) A course designed to introduce students to various court sports such as tennis, racquetball, handball, squash, and/or badminton.
Effective: Summer 1999
 

KINES 026 (GHA) Archery/Indoor & Outdoor (1.5) Course designed to introduce students to Archery/Bowhunting.
Effective: Summer 2003
 

KINES 027 (GHA) Badminton 1 (1.5) The course promotes health, fitness, and enjoyment of the game of badminton.
Effective: Summer 2002
 

KINES 028 (GHA) Fencing I (1.5) Kinesiology 028 is designed to give students knowledge of the rules, strategies and skills of the sport of Fencing.
Effective: Summer 2004
 

KINES 029 (GHA) Golf I (1-1.5) A course designed to give students an understanding of and a proficiency in golf skills, rules, and etiquette.
Effective: Summer 1999
 

KINES 029A (GHA) Golf II (1.5) A course designed to provide a further understanding of and a more advanced proficiency in golf skills, rules and etiquette.
Effective: Summer 2004
Prerequisite: KINES 029 or equivalent  

KINES 041 (GHA) Handball (1.5) A course designed to introduce students to a basic instructional course in the fundamentals of 4-wall handball.
Effective: Spring 2001
 

KINES 042 (GHA) Ice Skating--Beginning (1.5) A course of instruction focused on the physical development and knowledge of basic ice skating skills.
Effective: Summer 2002
 

KINES 042A (GHA) Ice Skating--Advanced Beginning (1.5) A course of instruction focused on the physical development and knowledge of basic ice skating skills.
Effective: Summer 2002
Prerequisite: KINES 042 or some experience with the activity  

KINES 042B (GHA) Ice Skating--Intermediate/Advanced (1.5) A course of instruction in basic figure skating: field moves, freestyle, choreography, pairs skating, and ice dance.
Effective: Summer 2002
Prerequisite: KINES 042 and/orKINES 042A or equivalent skating experience  

KINES 043 (GHA) Power Skating (1.5) A course of instruction in basic power skating specifically designed for ice hockey, applicable to other ice sports.
Effective: Summer 2002
Prerequisite: KINES 042 orKINES 042A or equivalent skating experience  

KINES 044 (GHA) Racquetball I (1-1.5) The course promotes health, fitness, and enjoyment of the game of racquetball.
Effective: Spring 2001
 

KINES 045 (GHA) NAUI Basic Scuba (1.5) A course to introduce students to the fundamentals of Scuba diving.
Effective: Summer 2002
Prerequisite: meet NAUI standards and/or by permission of the instructor  

KINES 046 (GHA) Squash I (1-1.5) A course designed to give students an appreciation of and proficiency in the skills, rules, and regulations of squash.
Effective: Spring 2001
 

KINES 047 (GHA) Beginning Swimming (1.5) A course designed to give students skills and knowledge necessary to be safe in shallow and deep water.
Effective: Summer 2002
 

KINES 047A (GHA) Advanced Beginner Swimming (1.5) A course designed to give students skills and knowledge necessary to be safe in shallow and deep water.
Effective: Summer 2002
Prerequisite: students should be comfortable in shallow and deep water and be moderately proficient in front crawl elementary backstroke sidestroke and breaststroke  

KINES 047B (GHA) Intermediate Swimming (1.5) A course designed to teach students a variety of swimming strokes and increase their knowledge of fitness using aquatic activities.
Effective: Summer 2002
Prerequisite: KINES 047A or equivalent skills; students should be safe in deep water and have proficiency in the front crawl elementary backstroke sidestroke and breaststroke  

KINES 048 (GHA) Tennis I (1.5) A course designed to give students an appreciation of and proficiency in the skills, rules, and regulations of tennis.
Effective: Spring 2001
 

KINES 048A (GHA) Tennis II (1.5) A course designed to give students an appreciation of and proficiency in the skills, rules, and regulations of tennis.
Effective: Summer 2004
Prerequisite: KINES 048 or for students who demonstrate reasonable consistency in depth and placement of ground strokes and the serve and who have not had instruction at Penn State.  

KINES 054 (GHA) Aikido (1.5) Students will gain a comprehensive understanding and basic level of proficiency in the Japanese Traditional martial art of Aikido.
Effective: Summer 2003
 

KINES 055 Dance Forms (1.5) Baskic skills and methods of teaching and assessing creative movement and folk, square, social, and modern dance.
Effective: Summer 1996
 

KINES 056 (GHA) Introduction to Martial Arts (1.5) A course designed to give students an introduction to martial arts, and the use of martial arts for lifelong fitness.
Effective: Summer 2002
 

KINES 057 (GHA) Personal Defense (1.5) A course designed to give students an understanding of and a proficiency in martial arts and self-defense.
Effective: Summer 2004
 

KINES 058 (GHA) Judo I (1.5) Kinesiology 058 will help students develop stamina, confidence and discipline, and promote general fitness through the introduction to basic Judo.
Effective: Summer 2003
 

KINES 059 (GHA) Introduction to Karate (1.5) A course designed to give students an understanding of and a proficiency in Karate.
Effective: Summer 2003
 

KINES 060 Principles and Practices of Healthful Living (3) Facts and principles as related and applied to the science of living serve as a basis for health instruction and student guidance.
Effective: Spring 2005
 

KINES 061 (GHA) Fitness Theory and Practice (3) Students will learn about the science of fitness/wellness; evaluate their present fitness levels and create a personal fitness plan.
Effective: Spring 2001
 

KINES 061S (GHA) Fitness Theory and Practice (3) Students will learn about the science of fitness/wellness; evaluate their present fitness levels and create a personal fitness plan.
Effective: Summer 2005
 

KINES 062 (GHA) Introduction to Cardiovascular Activities (1.5) A course designed to give students an introduction to various types of cardiovascular training.
Effective: Summer 2002
 

KINES 063 (GHA) Aerobic Dance (1.5) A course designed to involve students in daily aerobic activity while teaching the fundamentals of overall health and well-being.
Effective: Summer 2002
 

KINES 065 (GHA) Jogging (1.5) A course designed to give students an understanding of and the ability to establish an exercise program involving jogging.
Effective: Summer 2003
 

KINES 067 (GHA) Physical Conditioning (1.5) A course designed to give students an experience with an understanding of vigorous physical training.
Effective: Spring 2001
 

KINES 068 (GHA) Strength Training (1.5) Designed to improve students' muscular strength/endurance, teaches students how to develop an effective personal strength/endurance training program for lifelong fitness.
Effective: Summer 2002
 

KINES 070 (GHA) Swim Conditioning (1.5) A course designed to provide students an understanding of and proficiency in swimming conditioning.
Effective: Summer 2002
Prerequisite: KINES 047A  

KINES 072 (GHA) Fitness Walking (1-1.5) A course designed to give students an understanding of and a proficiency in fitness walking.
Effective: Spring 2001
 

KINES 076 (GHA) Introduction to Tai Chi Ch'uan (1.5) A course designed to introduce students to Tai Chi Ch'uan, a traditional Chinese system of personal cultivation and self-defense.
Effective: Summer 2004
 

KINES 077 (GHA) Yoga 1 (1.5) A course designed to give students an understanding of and proficiency in yoga.
Effective: Summer 2002
 

KINES 077A (GHA) Advanced Yoga (1.5) A course designed to expand on a student's fundamental understanding of and proficiency in yoga.
Effective: Summer 2003
Prerequisite: KINES 077  

KINES 081 (GHA) Wellness Theory (3) Focused on preparing and engaging students in the attitudes and behaviors that enhance quality of life and maximize personal potential.
Effective: Summer 2002
 

KINES 082 (GHA) Action Methods for Stress Management (3) Achieving wellness by studying the effects of stressors on systems of the body and effectiveness of activity to relieve stress.
Effective: Summer 2002
 

KINES 083 (GHA) Exercise for Stress Management (1.5) A course designed to identify the factors that contribute to student stress and develop strategies that will manage these factors. Students who receive credit for KINES 083 will not receive credit for KINES 082.
Effective: Summer 2002
 

KINES 084 (GHA) Fitness for Life (1.5-2) A course designed to give students an understanding of the fundamental principles of physical fitness. Students who receive credit for KINES 084 shall not receive credit for either KINES 061 or 081.
Effective: Summer 1999
 

KINES 088 (GHA) Varsity Sport Experience (2) A course designed to promote an active and healthful lifestyle through participation in a varsity sport sanctioned by Penn State.
Effective: Summer 2004
 

KINES 089 (GHA) Student Wilderness Experience (3) Incoming student wilderness experience. Backpacking and one additional adventure: rock climbing, high ropes course/canoeing. One-day of community service.
Effective: Summer 2003
 

KINES 090 (GHA) Introduction to Team Sports/Indoor (1-1.5) A course designed to introduce students to indoor team sports.
Effective: Spring 2001
 

KINES 090A (GHA) Introduction to Team Sports/Indoor - Volleyball (1.5 per semester/maximum of 99) A course designed to introduce students to the team sport of volleyball.
Effective: Spring 2004
 

KINES 090B (GHA) Introduction to Team Sports/Indoor - Basketball (1.5 per semester/maximum of 99) A course designed to introduce students to the team sport of basketball.
Effective: Spring 2004
 

KINES 090C (GHA) Introduction to Team Sports/Indoor - Team Handball (1.5 per semester/maximum of 99) A course designed to introduce students to the sport of team handball.
Effective: Spring 2004
 

KINES 091A (GHA) Introduction to Team Sports/Outdoor - Soccer (1.5 per semester) A course designed to introduce students to the outdoor team sport of Soccer.
Effective: Summer 2004
 

KINES 091C (GHA) Introduction to Team Sports/Outdoor - Rugby (1.5 per semester) A course designed to introduce students to the outdoor team sport of Rugby.
Effective: Summer 2004
 

KINES 091D (GHA) Introduction to Team Sports/Outdoor-Ultimate Frisbee (1.5 per semester) A course designed to introduce students to the outdoor team sport of Ultimate Frisbee.
Effective: Summer 2004
 

KINES 093 (GHA) Masters Activity (Sport) (1.5 per semester/maximum of 12) A course that introduces students to movement subcultures by providing the knowledge, habits, and skills for activity across the lifespan.
Effective: Spring 2003
Prerequisite: successful completion of relevant activity course or permission of the instructor  

KINES 096 (GHA) Independent Study in Physical Activity (.5-3 per semester) This course is designed to meet the needs of students to expand Kinesiology experiences beyond the designed course curriculum.
Effective: Spring 2006
 

KINES 097 Special Topics (1-9) Formal courses given infrequently to explore, in depth, a comparatively narrow subject that may be topical or of special interest.
Effective: Spring 1997
 

KINES 097A Certified Lifeguard (3) Certified Lifeguard American red Cross certification for lifeguarding with CPR/AED/First Aid; must be able to swim 300 yeards continuously. Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 097A Certified Lifeguard (3) Certified Lifeguard American Red Cross certification for lifeguarding with CPR/AED/First Aid; must be able to swim 300 yeards continuously. Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 097B Yoga Theory for Wellness (1.5) This course is designed to introduce the students to strategies and practices for optimum health and wellness as a means to decrease stress. The intention of the class is to provide the information needed and the experience of developing a personal practice for ongoing health and wellness using specific yoga practices which are correlated with current wellness strategies.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 126 The Health Program for the Elementary School Child (1.5) Introduction to the Coordinated School Health Program. Overview of contemporary school-based health education theory, content, methods, and practice.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: EDPSY 014  

KINES 127 The Physical Education Program for the Elementary School Child (1.5) Theoretical and practical overview of developmentally appropriate physical education for children.
Effective: Fall 2006
 

KINES 135 Introduction to Athletic Training (3) Foundation of injury recognition and prevention; ethical, legal, and professional issues for the athletic trainer. A laboratory based course.
Effective: Fall 2006
 

KINES 141 (US;IL) The Socio-Cultural Dynamics of Kinesiology (3) Evolution of cultural values in physical activity from antiquity to the present.
Effective: Spring 2014
 

KINES 165 Health Education Concepts (3) Principles of healthy living which are the basis for health instruction in schools and health care settings.
Effective: Summer 1999
 

KINES 180 Introduction to Kinesiology (3) The foundation course of the Kinesiology degree, providing an interdisciplinary approach to the study of movement through problem based learning.
Effective: Summer 2003
 

KINES 197 Special Topics (1-9) Formal courses given infrequently to explore, in depth, a comparatively narrow subject that may be topical or of special interest.
Effective: Spring 1997
 

KINES 197A Biophysical Basis of Kinesiology (3) Kinesiology 197A is intended for entry-level students (majors and minors) with an interest in human movement and physical activity. It provides a rigorous introduction to the biophysical foundations of kinesiology including applications of basic science to professional and clinical settings. Students will become familiar with the field of kinesiology, and discuss how this undergraduate major can serve as preparation for a wide range of professional pursuits, including post-graduate occupations, professional programs of study in medicine and allied health fields, and as a bsis for biomedical research careers. The course focuses on the biological, physiological, and phychological foundations of human movement, movement disorders, and sport-related performance. It serves as an entry-level complement to KINES 141, which introduces students to the historical and philosophical foundations of kinesiology.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 197A Biophysical Basis of Kinesiology (3) KINES 197A is intended for entry-level students (majors and minor) with an interest in human movement and physical activity. It provides a rigorous introduction to the biophysical foundations of kinesiology including applications of basic science to professional and clinical settings. Students will become familiar with the field of kinesiology, and discuss how this undergraduate major can serve as preparation for a wide range of professional pursuits, including post-graduate occupations, professional programs of study in medicine and allied health fields, and as a basis for biomedical research careers. The course focuses on the biological, physiological, and psychological foundations of human movement, movement disorders, and sport- related performance. It serves as an entry-level complement to KINES 141, which introduces students to the historical and philiosophical foundations of kinesiology.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 197B ROTC Lab (1-6) ROTC Lab accompanying ROTC lectures courses at Behrend.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 197B ROTC Lab (1-6) ROTC Lab accompanying ROTC lecture courses at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 199 (IL) Foreign Studies (1-12) Courses offered in foreign countries by individual or group instruction.
Effective: Spring 2011
 

KINES 200 Muscle Training: Physiology, Programs, Techniques (3) Physiological basis of strength training emphasizing mechanisms of muscle contraction and growth, program and facility design, and individual exercise technique.
Effective: Spring 2000
Prerequisite: BIOL 141  

KINES 201 Cardiorespiratory Training for Health and Performance (3) Exploration of the principles and practical applications of cardiorespiratory training for health and performance enhancement.
Effective: Spring 2006
 

KINES 202 Functional Human Anatomy (4) In-depth examination of the, musculoskeletal, nervous, cardiovascular, and respiratory systems, and their relationship to human movement.
Effective: Spring 2004
 

KINES 203 Medical Terminology for Allied Health Professionals (3) Comprehensive review of terms related to functions, disorders, diagnosis, and treatment of body systems related to physical activity and movement.
Effective: Summer 2010
 

KINES 220 Inner Sports: Strategies for Maximizing Performance (1) Theory and research in competitive anxiety. Identification of athletic goals with training in cognitive skills and strategies to maximize performance.
Effective: Summer 1996
Prerequisite: active participation in competitive sports  

KINES 231 Athletic Training Clinical Practice I (3) Preparation in basic psychomotor skills required in the clinical practice of athletic training. This is a laboratory fee based course.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: Athletic Training Application Completed   Concurrent: KINES 135 KINES 202 KINES 233

KINES 232 Athletic Training Clinical Practice II (3) Preparation in advanced psychomotor skills required in the clinical practice of athletic training. This is a laboratory fee based course.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: admitted to the Athletic Training OptionKINES 231   Concurrent: KINES 334

KINES 233 Emergency Care in Athletic Training (3) Introduction into emergency medical care with emphasis on management of common emergency situations occuring during athletic participation. This is a laboratory fee based course.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: Athletic Training Option Application Completed   Concurrent: KINES 135 KINES 231 KINES 202

KINES 260 Research Skills in Kinesiology (3) Development of research skills employed in kinesiology, including experimental design, statistical testing and information technology, through experiential learning.
Effective: Spring 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 180  

KINES 261 Educational Gymnastics (1) This course provides an introduction to developmentally appropriate gymnastics for K-12 students.
Effective: Spring 2010
Prerequisite: Official acceptance into the Physical and Health Education Teacher Education (PHETE) option in Kinesiology  

KINES 262 Educational Dance (1) This course provides an introduction to a variety of dance forms typically taught as part of K-12 physical education curricula.
Effective: Spring 2010
Prerequisite: Official acceptance into the Physical and Health Education Teacher Education (PHETE) option in Kinesiology  

KINES 264 Health-Related Physical Fitness (1) Basic skills and methods of teaching, assessing, and prescribing health- related fitness and strength training activities.
Effective: Spring 2010
Prerequisite: Official acceptance into the Physical and Health Education Teacher Education (PHETE) option in Kinesiology  

KINES 266 Adventure/Outdoor Recreational Activities (1) Introduction to adventure/outdoor recreational activities teaching and assessment strategies for K-12 and community groups.
Effective: Spring 2010
Prerequisite: Official acceptance into the Physical and Health Education Teacher Education (PHETE) option in Kinesiology  

KINES 268 Technology Applications in Health and Physical Education (1) Integration of technology into health and physical education curriculum.
Effective: Spring 2010
Prerequisite: Official acceptance into the Physical and Health Education Teacher Education (PHETE) option in Kinesiology  

KINES 295A Observation of Health and Physical Education in the Public Schools (1) Introduction to the career of teaching including guided observation of HPE in K-12 public schools.
Effective: Fall 2006
 

KINES 295B Careers/Observations in Kinesiology (1) Introduction to career information and observational experiences in the Kinesiology field.
Effective: Spring 2000
Prerequisite: third-semester standing  

KINES 295C Professional Development - Field Experience (1-2 per semester/maximum of 8) Develops the necessary professional skills needed to maximize the benefits obtained from a professional conference.
Effective: Summer 2010
Prerequisite: completion of three credits in Kinesiology  

KINES 296 Independent Studies (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Summer 1996
 

KINES 296A Independent Study Athletic Training (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 296A Independent Study Athletic Training (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Summer 2015 Ending: Summer 2015 Future: Summer 2015
 

KINES 296A Independent Study Athletic Training (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 296B Independent Study Biomechanics (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 296B Independent Study Biomechanics (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Summer 2015 Ending: Summer 2015 Future: Summer 2015
 

KINES 296B Independent Study Biomechanics (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 296C Independent Study Exercise Physiology (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 296C Independent Study Exercise Physiology (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Summer 2015 Ending: Summer 2015 Future: Summer 2015
 

KINES 296C Independent Study Exercise Physiology (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 296D Independent Study History and Philosophy of Sport (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 296D Independent Study History & Philosophy (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Summer 2015 Ending: Summer 2015 Future: Summer 2015
 

KINES 296D Independent Study History & Philosophy (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 296E Independent Study Motor Control (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 296E Independent Study Motor Control (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Summer 2015 Ending: Summer 2015 Future: Summer 2015
 

KINES 296E Independent Study Motor Control (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 296F Independent Study Psychology of Movement and Sport (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 296F Independent Study Psychology of Movement and Sport (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Summer 2015 Ending: Summer 2015 Future: Summer 2015
 

KINES 296F Independent Study Psychology of Movement and Sport (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 296G Independent Study Teaching and/or Coaching (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 296G Independent Study Teaching/Coaching (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Summer 2015 Ending: Summer 2015 Future: Summer 2015
 

KINES 296G Independent Study Teaching/Coaching (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 296K Independent Study Applied Kinesiology (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 296K Independent Study Applied Kinesiology (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Summer 2015 Ending: Summer 2015 Future: Summer 2015
 

KINES 296K Independent Study Applied Kinesiology (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 297 Special Topics (1-9) Formal courses given infrequently to explore, in depth, a comparatively narrow subject that may be topical or of special interest.
Effective: Summer 1996
 

KINES 297A Physical Conditioning - Yoga (1.5) Introduction to the practice of hatha yoga. Students will receive instruction in the physical aspects of yoga as well as the history and philosophy of many styles of yoga.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 298 Special Topics (1-9) Formal courses given infrequently to explore, in depth, a comparatively narrow subject that may be topical or of special interest.
Effective: Summer 1996
 

KINES 299 (IL) Foreign Studies (1-12) Courses offered in foreign countries by individual or group instruction.
Effective: Spring 2011
 

KINES 303 (GHA) Emergency Care - First Aid/Safety/AED (3) Develop skills for First Responder Certification in CPR/AED, First Aid and Safety by American Red Cross or National Safety Council.
Effective: Fall 2003
 

KINES 304 First Aid: Instructors (1) Competencies leading to certification for teaching American Red Cross Advanced First Aid and Emergency Care and American Heart Association Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. Laboratory.
Effective: Spring 1998
Prerequisite: KINES 303  

KINES 321 Psychology of Movement Behavior (3) Basic concepts and application of psychological knowledge for organized sport, physical activity, and athletic training.
Effective: Spring 2004 Ending: Fall 2014
Prerequisite: KINES 180  

KINES 321 Psychology of Movement Behavior (3) Basic concepts and application of psychological knowledge for organized sport, physical activity, and athletic training.
Effective: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
Prerequisite: Students must have a C or better in:KINES 180  

KINES 334 Mechanisms and Evaluation of Lower Body Athletic Injuries (3) Etiology of athletic injuries with scientific and practical rationales for evaluation of injuries to the lower extremity and lumbosacral spine.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: Admitted to the Athletic Training OptionKINES 231   Concurrent: KINES 232

KINES 335 Mechanisms and Evaluation of Upper Body Athletic Injuries (3) Etiology of athletic injuries with scientific and practical rationales for evaluation of injuries to upper extremity, neck, head, and trunk.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 334   Concurrent: KINES 395F KINES 434

KINES 336 Medical Aspects of Athletic Training (3) Pathology, assessment, and treatment (including pharmacology) of general medical conditions commonly seen in physically active populations.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 335   Concurrent: KINES 395G KINES 435 KINES 436

KINES 345 Meaning, Ethics, and Movement (3) Development of philosophic reasoning skills to better understand the values of physical activity and ethics in a variety of performance settings.
Effective: Summer 1996 Ending: Fall 2014
Prerequisite: KINES 141  

KINES 345 Meaning, Ethics, and Movement (3) Development of philosophic reasoning skills to better understand the values of physical activity and ethics in a variety of performance settings.
Effective: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
Prerequisite: Students must have a C or better in:KINES 141  

KINES 350 Exercise Physiology (3) Structure and function of the human body as applied to health, wellness, exercise, and sports.
Effective: Spring 2012 Ending: Fall 2014
Prerequisite: KINES 180;KINES 202;BIOL 141 ; andCHEM 101 orCHEM 110 ; or permission by instructor for non-kinesiology majors  

KINES 350 Exercise Physiology (3) Structure and function of the human body as applied to health, wellness, exercise, and sports.
Effective: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
Prerequisite: Students must have a C or better in:KINES 180, KINES 202, BIOL 141, CHEM 101 orCHEM 110  

KINES 356 Activity and Disease (3) Examination of hypokinetic disease on human wellness involving identification, assessment, research, and exercise design of human activity for disease prevention.
Effective: Spring 2000
Prerequisite: BIOL 141  

KINES 358 Ergogenic Aids (1) Skills development including research identification and evaluation of work-enhancing methods and devices as related to human performance and wellness.
Effective: Spring 2000
Prerequisite: BIOL 141, NUTR 251  

KINES 360 The Neurobiology of Motor Control and Development (3) The neurobiological foundations of human movement, with an emphasis on applications in rehabilitation and athletics.
Effective: Fall 2006 Ending: Fall 2014
Prerequisite: KINES 180, KINES 202;BIOL 141  

KINES 360 The Neurobiology of Motor Control and Development (3) The neurobiological foundations of human movement, with an emphasis on applications in rehabilitation and athletics.
Effective: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
Prerequisite: Students must have a C or better in:KINES 180, KINES 202 andBIOL 141  

KINES 362 Teaching Individual Activities (1.5) This course introduces teacher candidates to the spectrum of individual activities being taught in the K-12 school setting.
Effective: Spring 2010
Prerequisite: KINES 261, KINES 262, KINES 264, KINES 266 andKINES 268  

KINES 364 Teaching Group Activities (1.5) This course introduces teacher candidates to the spectrum of group activities being taught in the K-12 school setting.
Effective: Spring 2010
Prerequisite: KINES 261, KINES 262, KINES 264, KINES 266 andKINES 268  

KINES 366 The Process of Teaching Physical Education (3) Analysis of pedagogical skills and methods applied to K-12 physical education.
Effective: Spring 2010
Prerequisite: KINES 261, KINES 262, KINES 264, KINES 266 andKINES 268  

KINES 384 Biomechanics (3) Basic mechanical knowledge required to understand human movement.
Effective: Fall 2006 Ending: Fall 2014
Prerequisite: KINES 180, KINES 202, MATH 022  

KINES 384 Biomechanics (3) Basic mechanical knowledge required to understand human movement.
Effective: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
Prerequisite: Students must have a C or better in:KINES 180, KINES 202 andMATH 022  

KINES 395A Leadership Practicum for Teachers (1) Supervised experiences in guiding individuals and in leading groups in the motor skill learning process.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 362, KINES 364, KINES 366  

KINES 395B Leadership Practicum: KINES (1) Supervised experience in leading/assisting in tasks associated with fitness testing/prescription in a variety of settings.
Effective: Summer 1996
Prerequisite: KINES 295B fifth-semester standing  

KINES 395F Practicum in Athletic Training (3) Practical experience in the athletic training room and with selected sports activities under direct supervision of the medical staff.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 232   Concurrent: KINES 335 KINES 434

KINES 395G Practicum in Athletic Training (3) Practical experience in the athletic training room and with selected sports activities under direct supervision of the medical staff.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 395F   Concurrent: KINES 336 KINES 435 KINES 436

KINES 395I Practicum in Athletic Training (3) Practical experience in the athletic training room and with selected sports activities under direct supervision of the medical staff.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 395G   Concurrent: KINES 438W

KINES 397 Special Topics (1-9) Formal courses given infrequently to explore, in depth, a comparatively narrow subject that may be topical or of special interest.
Effective: Spring 1997
 

KINES 398 Special Topics Course (1-9) Forman courses given infrequently to explore, in depth, a comparatively narrow subject that may be topical or of special interest.
Effective: Summer 1996
 

KINES 399 (IL) Foreign Studies (1-12) Courses offered in foreign countries by individual or group instruction.
Effective: Spring 2011
 

KINES 400 Adapted Physical Education (3) Basic concepts of planning and conducting physical education programs for children with physical, sensory, and/or intellectual impairments.
Effective: Fall 2001
Prerequisite: KINES 202  

KINES 403 Emergency Medical Technology (4) Theoretical and practical aspects of emergency medical techniques as applied in the pre-hospital environment.
Effective: Spring 1998
Prerequisite: KINES 303 and/or current advanced first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation certification  

KINES 404 Emergency Medical Technology Instructor (2) Educational concepts and skills necessary to present instruction in emergency care; lesson planning, methods of instruction, and evaluation techniques.
Effective: Summer 1997
Prerequisite: KINES 403 with current Pennsylvania Emergency Medical Technician certification  

KINES 410 Physical Growth and Motor Development (3) Study of biologically programmed growth processes and environmental influences leading to attained adult form and biomechanical function.
Effective: Fall 2013
Prerequisite: KINES 180  

KINES 411 Introduction to Musculoskeletal Injury and Rehabilitation (3) This course is designed to provide an overview of common musculoskeletal injuries and rehabilitation for pre-allied health and fitness professionals.
Effective: Summer 2011
Prerequisite: KINES 202  

KINES 420 Psychosocial Dimensions of Physical Activity (3) Discussion of theoretical and empirical findings, structuring a frame of reference for exploring man's involvement in physical activity.
Effective: Spring 2001
Prerequisite: KINES 321 or 3 credits in psychology or sociology  

KINES 421 Exercise Psychology (3) Psychological antecedents and consequences of physical activity behaviors.
Effective: Spring 2014
Prerequisite: KINES 321 andPSYCH 100  

KINES 422 Physical Activity Interventions (3) Principles of designing, planning, and implementing theory- and evidence- based physical activity interventions.
Effective: Spring 2014
Prerequisite: KINES 321 andPSYCH 100  

KINES 423 Psychology of Sports Injuries (3) Psychological causes and consequences of sports related injuries in athletes.
Effective: Spring 2008
Prerequisite: KINES 321  

KINES 424 (US) (WMNST 424) Women and Sport (3) An interdisciplinary approach to contemporary issues related to women and sport from historical, physiological, psychological, and sociological perspectives.
Effective: Spring 2013
Prerequisite: PSYCH 100, PSYCH 231, PSYCH 479, SOC 001 orWMNST 100  

KINES 425W Physical Activity in Diverse Populations (3) An examination of the social, cultural, political, and environmental influences on health and physical activity promotion among diverse populations.
Effective: Summer 2013
Prerequisite: KINES 321  

KINES 426 Physical Activity and Public Health (3) Examines the role of physical activity in public health. Includes population level strategies for promoting physical activity in communities.
Effective: Summer 2014
Prerequisite: KINES 321  

KINES 427 (HD FS 427) Developmental Sport & Exercise Psychology (3) Developmental changes in the antecedents and consequences of physical activity across the lifespan.
Effective: Spring 2008
Prerequisite: PSYCH 100 andKINES 321 orHD FS 129 orPSYCH 212  

KINES 428 Motivation and Emotion in Movement (3) Theories of motivational and emotional processes and their applications in movement settings.
Effective: Spring 2014
Prerequisite: KINES 321 andPSYCH 100  

KINES 429 Psychology of Sport Performance (3) Psychological theories of talent development and performance enhancement in sport.
Effective: Spring 2014
Prerequisite: KINES 321 andPSYCH 100  

KINES 434 Rehabilitation of Injuries to the Lower Extremities (3) Theoretical foundation and laboratory experience in manual therapy techniques and therapeutic exercises for the lower extremities.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 334   Concurrent: KINES 335 KINES 395F

KINES 435 Rehabilitation of Injuries to the Trunk and Upper Extremities (3) Theoretical foundation and laboratory experience in manual therapy techniques and therapeutic exercises for the trunk and upper extremities.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 434   Concurrent: KINES 336 KINES 435 KINES 395G

KINES 436 Therapeutic Modalities in Athletic Training (4) Lecture and laboratory course exploring physiological principles and clinical evidence to the use of therapeutic modalities in athletic training.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 434   Concurrent: KINES 336 KINES 435 ; KINES 395G

KINES 438W Administration and Issues in Athletic Training (3) Theoretical and practical aspects for management of an Athletic Training professional practice and identifying contemporary issues related to the profession.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 436   Concurrent: KINES 395I

KINES 439W Ethics in Sport and Sport Management (3) Analysis of moral dilemmas in sport and sport management utilizing the tools of ethics.
Effective: Spring 2001
Prerequisite: KINES 345 or 3 credits in humanities  

KINES 440 Philosophy and Sport (3) An examination of human nature from the perspective of our participation in sport.
Effective: Spring 2001
Prerequisite: KINES 345 or 3 credits in philosophy  

KINES 441 (US) (AM ST 441) History of Sport in American Society (3) Background, establishment, and growth of sport in America from colonial times to the present.
Effective: Fall 2007
Prerequisite: KINES 141 or 3 credits of United States history  

KINES 442 (IL) (CAMS 442) Sport in Ancient Greece and Rome (3) An examination of the continuity of sport in ancient Greek and Roman societies.
Effective: Spring 2008
Prerequisite: CAMS 025, CAMS 033, CAMS 140, CAMS 150, CAMS 100, CAMS 101 orKINES 141  

KINES 443 (IL) The Modern Olympic Games (3) An analysis of the modern Olympic Games from their inception through the current festival.
Effective: Spring 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 141 or 3 credits of history or philosophy  

KINES 444 (US) History of Athletics in Higher Education (3) Origin and development of athletics in American higher education from colonial times to the present.
Effective: Spring 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 141 or 3 credits of American history  

KINES 445 Alcohol and Drug Education (3) Principles of integration and coordination of alcohol and drug education programs for health education and other health related professions.
Effective: Spring 1998
Prerequisite: 9 credits of health science and/or psychology  

KINES 446 (IL) History of Sport in the Modern World (3) History of sport in modern world, ca. A.D. 1500 to present; concentrates on role of sport in societies outside United States.
Effective: Summer 2005
Prerequisite: KINES 141 or 3 credits of non-United States history  

KINES 447W Representing Sport in Popular Film (3) Critical, contextual, and theoretical analyses of sport films focusing on popular narratives of social inequalities.
Effective: Spring 2013
Prerequisite: KINES 141, KINES 345  

KINES 448 Coping with Life After Sport (1) Psychosocial concerns affecting student-athletes as they enter the transition period following sport disengagement, focusing on coping interventions.
Effective: Summer 2002
Prerequisite: seventh-semester standing or higher; major or minor in Kinesiology or intercollegiate sport participation  

KINES 452 Applied Cardiovascular Physiology (3) In-depth study of cardiovascular regulation during postural, environmental, and exercise stress.
Effective: Spring 2010
Prerequisite: KINES 350  

KINES 453 Environmental Physiology (3) This course examines physiological function of humans at rest and during prolonged or maximal exercise in conjunction with environment stress (heat, cold, altitude, hyperbaria).
Effective: Spring 2013
Prerequisite: KINES 350  

KINES 454 Women's Health and Exercise Across the Lifespan (3) In-depth study of the physiological role of exercise in modulating the health of girls and women during different phases of the lifespan.
Effective: Summer 2010
Prerequisite: KINES 350  

KINES 455 Physiological Basis of Exercise as Medicine (3) Reviews the physiological basis of exercise for enhancing health and protecting against chronic diseases.
Effective: Summer 2014
Prerequisite: BIOL 141 or equivalent;KINES 350  

KINES 456 Physical Fitness Appraisal (4) The basic components of physical fitness, how it can be measured, and how it can be developed.
Effective: Summer 1996
Prerequisite: or concurrent:KINES 350 3 credits in statistics  

KINES 457 Exercise Prescription and Case Studies (3) Principles of exercise prescription; application of fitness appraisal based on current practices using evaluation and discussion of case studies.
Effective: Spring 2002
Prerequisite: KINES 350, KINES 456  

KINES 460 Movement Disorders (3) Major peripheral and central movement disorders and methods of their treatment.
Effective: Summer 1999
Prerequisite: KINES 360, KINES 384  

KINES 461W Preparation for Research Project (2) Planning and preparation for research project.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 180, KINES 260, STAT 200, KINES 321, KINES 345, KINES 350, KINES 360, KINES 384  

KINES 462W Research Project (2) Completion of research topic.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 461W  

KINES 463 Acquisition of Motor Skills (3) Examination of principles of motor learning; the application of strategic factors such as: practice types, schedules, augmented information, and motivation.
Effective: Summer 2000
Prerequisite: KINES 360  

KINES 464 Children's Physical Education Curriculum and Practicum (3) Curriculum for elementary school physical education emphasizing the skill theme approach.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 362, KINES 364, KINES 366  

KINES 465 Neurobiology of Sensorimotor Stroke Rehabilitation (3) This course is designed to expose students to the recent topics in motor stroke rehabilitation research through literature.
Effective: Spring 2011
Prerequisite: KINES 360, KINES 384  

KINES 466 Assessment and Evaluation in Physical Education and Health Education (2) Explores measurement as an important and distinct component in a variety of physical education and health education contexts.
Effective: Spring 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 362, KINES 364, KINES 366  

KINES 468 Health Instruction in the School--Content and Method (3) Methods, materials, and units of instruction.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 362, KINES 364 andKINES 366  

KINES 469W Curriculum Development in Health and Physical Education (3) The content and process of K-12 school health and physical education curriculum development for public school students.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 362, KINES 364, KINES 366  

KINES 481W Scientific Basis of Exercise for Older Adults (3) Study of age-associated physical changes and the effects of exercise on the aging process.
Effective: Spring 2001
Prerequisite: KINES 350  

KINES 483 Motor Patterns of Children (3) Development of motor patterns. Fundamentals of movement, basic motor skills, and adaptation of the body to external forces.
Effective: Summer 1996
Prerequisite: KINES 202  

KINES 484 Advanced Biomechanics (3) The use of advanced biomechanics to provide an in-depth understanding of the principles which underpin human movement.
Effective: Spring 1999
Prerequisite: KINES 384  

KINES 485 Science of Training Athletes (3) Application of scientific data knowledge to analyze sport training.
Effective: Fall 1996
Prerequisite: KINES 350, KINES 384  

KINES 486 Legal Issues in Sport (3) Contemporary legal issues in sport and their implications for sport managers.
Effective: Summer 1996
Prerequisite: seventh-semester standing  

KINES 488 Mechanics of Locomotion (3) This course examines the forces and motions characteristic of locomotion, with emphasis on walking, the most common human activity.
Effective: Summer 2002
Prerequisite: KINES 384 or previous coursework in biomechanics (or mechanics) and musculoskeletal anatomy  

KINES 492W Programming for Business and Agencies (3) Fundamentals of program development applied to corporate and private physical fitness businesses.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 395B  

KINES 493 Principles and Ethics of Coaching (3) Integration of the practical and theoretical knowledge necessary for effective coaching through classroom and field experiences.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 180 orKINES 366  

KINES 494H Senior Honors Thesis (1-6) Independent study directed by a faculty supervisor that culminates in the production of a thesis.
Effective: Summer 2008
Prerequisite: Approval of honors thesis advisor  

KINES 495A Practicum in Student Teaching (12) Supervised teaching of health and physical education in K-12 public schools with seminars focused on transition from student to professional.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: A grade of C or higher in all required courses in the Teacher Preparation Option  

KINES 495B Field and/or Research Practicum in Kinesiology (6) Participation under supervision in a field or research practicum.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 395B seventh-semester standing 9 credits of 400-level KINES courses 2.00 cumulative GPA  

KINES 495C Exercise Science Practicum (3 per semester/maximum of 6) Participation under supervision in a health and fitness setting.
Effective: Fall 2006
Prerequisite: KINES 141, KINES 180, KINES 200, KINES 202 and fifth semester standing  

KINES 495D Expanded Field and/or Research Practicum in Kinesiology (1-6) Additional participation under supervision in a field or research practicum.
Effective: Spring 2006
  Concurrent: KINES 495B

KINES 495E Advanced Professional Development in Kinesiology (3) Professional development preparation focused on knowledge, skills and abilities to complete national certification; obtain internships, employment or graduate school admission.
Effective: Summer 2014
Prerequisite: KINES 350   Concurrent: KINES 456 and KINES 457

KINES 495F Field Practicum in Athletic Training (3) Participation under supervision in a field practicum.
Effective: Summer 1996
Prerequisite: KINES 395I  

KINES 496 Independent Studies (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Summer 1996
 

KINES 496A Independent Study Athletic Training (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 496A Independent Study Athletic Training (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Summer 2015 Ending: Summer 2015 Future: Summer 2015
 

KINES 496A Independent Study Athletic Training (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 496B Independent Study Biomechanics (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 496B Independent Study Biomechanics (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Summer 2015 Ending: Summer 2015 Future: Summer 2015
 

KINES 496B Independent Study Biomechanics (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 496C Independent Study Exercise Physiology (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 496C Independent Study Exercise Physiology (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Summer 2015 Ending: Summer 2015 Future: Summer 2015
 

KINES 496C Independent Study Exercise Physiology (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 496D Independent Study History and Philosophy of Sport (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 496D Independent Study History & Philosophy (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Summer 2015 Ending: Summer 2015 Future: Summer 2015
 

KINES 496D Independent Study History & Philosophy (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 496E Independent Study Motor Control (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 496E Independent Study Motor Control (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Summer 2015 Ending: Summer 2015 Future: Summer 2015
 

KINES 496E Independent Study Motor Control (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 496F Independent Study Psychology of Movement and Sport (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 496F Independent Study Psychology of Movement and Sport (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Summer 2015 Ending: Summer 2015 Future: Summer 2015
 

KINES 496F Independent Study Psychology of Movement and Sport (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 496G Independent Study Teaching and/or Coaching (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 496G Independent Study Teaching/Coaching (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Summer 2015 Ending: Summer 2015 Future: Summer 2015
 

KINES 496G Independent Study Teaching/Coaching (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 496H Kinesiology Honors Independent Study (1-9 per semester/maximum of 18) For non-thesis independent study/research by Schreyer Honors College scholars.
Effective: Summer 2013
 

KINES 496K Independent Study Applied Kinesiology (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 496K Independent Study Applied Kinesiology (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Summer 2015 Ending: Summer 2015 Future: Summer 2015
 

KINES 496K Independent Study Applied Kinesiology (1-6) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
 

KINES 497 Special Topics (1-9) Formal courses given infrequently to explore, in depth, a comparatively narrow subject that may be topical or of special interest.
Effective: Summer 1996
 

KINES 497A Genetics and Human Performance (3) Acquaint students with one of the most rapidly expanding areas of basic biological science that will influence Kinesiology. The course is along the lines of the interaction of genetic and environmental factors in human function at peak (performance) levels, as well as, normal functional baselines.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 497B Exercise is Medicine (3) This course is designed for students interested in developing a deeper understanding of the physiological mechanisms behind exercise as medicine. In this course we will explore how exercise modifies physiological function, and how these adaptations translate into protective and therpeutic benefits for a wide range of healthy and diseased populations.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
Prerequisite: BIOL 141 andKINES 350  

KINES 497B Clinical Neuroanatomy (3) The goal of this course is for students to obtain a working knowledge of the nervous system and neurological disorders. This course is most appropriate for students pursuing a career in medicine or the allied health professions.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
Prerequisite: KINES 360 or permission of program  

KINES 497C Nutrition, Exercixe and Sport Performance (3) This course is designed for students who have a background in exercise physiology and wish to develop a better understanding of the relationship between nutrition, exercise, and sport performance.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
Prerequisite: NUTR 251, KINES 350  

KINES 497C Nutrition, Exercise, and Sport Performance (3) The course is designed to support critical thinking in exercise nutrition. This requires knowledge of fundamental principles of nutrition, exercise, and performance, as well as an understanding of the scientific methods that can be used to evaluate the benefits of harm of nutritional practices. These skills will enable students to independently acquire knowledge in the field of exercise nutrition, and to translate this knowledge into practice.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
Prerequisite: KINES 350, NUTR 251  

KINES 497E Ergogenic Aids (3) Students will describe and evaluate the evidence base for agents and practices used to improve aerobic power, strength, body composition, metabolism and thermoregulation as they relate to exercise and physical activity.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015 Future: Spring 2015
Prerequisite: KINES 345, KINES 350 andBIOL 141  

KINES 497F Physical Activity and Public Health (3) An examination of the role of physical activity in public health. Inlcudes introduction to basic epidemiology, measurement, dose-response relationships, chronic disease prevention, and population level strategies for promoting physical activity in communities through policy and environmental strategies.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
Prerequisite: KINES 321  

KINES 497K EKG Interpretation (3) Providing skills and experience needed to read and interpret normal and abnormal EKG's. at may be topical or of special interest.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
Prerequisite: KINES 456 with "C" grade or better or with program permission  

KINES 498 Special Topics (1-9) Formal courses given infrequently to explore, in depth, a comparatively narrow subject that may be topical or of special interest.
Effective: Summer 1996
 

KINES 498A EMS Instructor (1) This course is designed to prepare students to assist in teaching practical sessions of an EMS course. Students should understand that experience is desirable when teaching EMS students. No amount of book knowledge can replace real life experience in the EMS setting.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 498B EMS Teaching Practicum (1-2) This course is intended to allow the student the experience of a precepted teaching challenge in EMS training programs. The student will experience the rewards of planning, preparing, demonstrating and evaluating the knowledge, skills and aptitudes learned in the EMS Assistant Instructor or EMT Instructor Course. Upon completion the student should be able to teach any of the curriculum packages in which they are clinically competent.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 498C Introduction to Ambulance Operations (1) This course is designed to train volunteer members of the University Ambulance Service (UAS) in the policies, procedures, and protocols of UAS, EMS Department, Seven Mountains EMS Council, and the Centre County Emergency Communications Centre as they apply to the working EMT. The course is meant to act as a continuity of training specific to UAS and will require on-the-job training to supplement the course. Students are responsible for having a working knowledge of all UAS policies and procedures, and state EMS protocols, including those not expressly covered in class.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 498D Emergency Vehcile Operators Course (1) Within the context of presenting a comprehensive emergency vehicle driver training program, this course is designed to present the necessary classroom, competency course training, and testing for new and existing emergency vehicle drivers. The program will verify proviciency in the knowledge and understanding of, as well as the practical applications to, emergency vehcile driving.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 498E EMS Field Practicum (1-2) This program is intended to provide the newly certified EMT or end of course EMT student an opportunity to apply and build upon their EMS systems knowledge to funcation effectively within local, out of hospital care systems. The student will function as an EMT in a controlled environment paired with a preceptor through all aspects of the nine phases of an EMS call.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 498F ALS Assistant (1) This course focuses on the skills necessary to recognize mechanisms of injury, perform an organized time-efficient assessment, prioritize and perform critical interventions, appropriately package, and transport the trauma patient.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014
 

KINES 499 (IL) Foreign Studies (1-12) Courses offered in foreign countries by individual or group instruction.
Effective: Spring 2011
 

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