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Previously all KINE courses were listed as PHED. The course number and credit are equivalent unless otherwise noted. 

KINE  1100  Beginning Weight Training
Introduction to weight training and body building; learn the basic techniques for strength development and cardiovascular conditioning.  Various weight machines, free weights and aerobic machines are used to establish an individual fitness program. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1106  Walking and Fitness
Improve cardiovascular fitness, muscle tone, and flexibility through a vigorous walking and conditioning program. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1111  Beginning Basketball
Develops basic skills and strategies through knowledge of the history, rules, and terminology and through participation in game situations. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1112  Beginning Soccer
Develops the basic skills and strategies through knowledge of the history, rules and terminology and through participation in game situations. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1114  Volleyball
Individual skills and techniques, application of rules and an introduction to offensive and defensive strategies are stressed. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1115  Beginning Archery
Investigates the basic techniques, rules and scoring as well as the history and terminology of archery. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1116  Badminton
History, rules, basic strokes and strategies in singles and doubles play are emphasized through intra-class competition. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range;  however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1117  Beginning Tennis
Stresses rules, scoring and fundamental techniques for beginners. Participation by skill level for singles and doubles play is made to ensure vigorous activity for cardiovascular fitness. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1120  Beginning Racquetball
Instruction in rules and basic skills; develops the fundamental techniques of court play for beginners.  Participation by skill level assures vigorous activity for cardiovascular fitness. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1123  Beginning Golf
Stresses basic skills, history, terminology and scoring of golf. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1125  Bowling
Teaches ball selection, stance, four-step approach, rules, and scoring procedures.  Emphasis on game situations. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1126  Self-Defense
Basic understanding and practical application of fundamental self-defense techniques through physical conditioning.  Includes balance, focus, breath control, block and counter, avoiding attack, striking, thrusting and kicking. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1127  Beginning Karate
Introduction to basic techniques, formal exercises, and sparring techniques for the beginner. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1129  Beginning Hatha Yoga
Practice of yogic postures, or "asana," defined as the physical positioning that coordinates breathing with moving and holding still for the purpose of both stretching and strengthening parts of the body. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1131  Beginning Swimming
Non-swimmers and beginners are taught basic swimming skills and strokes. Emphasizes personal safety skills and confidence in the water. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1136  Water Aerobics
Fitness level is improved through exercises in the water.  A non-impact style of exercises that utilizes water resistance for increasing muscular strength, endurance, and cardiovascular fitness.  Swimming skills are not necessary. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1137  Swimming Conditioning
Fitness level is improved through swimming strokes and water exercises. Different swimming programs enhance muscular strength, endurance and cardiovascular fitness.  Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor.  1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1140  Beginning Aerobic Dance
Aerobic exercise and step training incorporating light weights.  Includes interval training, which adds a new variation to aerobic endurance and flexibility. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1142  Varsity Condition I
Presentation of current scientific and technical information related to a particular activity with emphasis on developing health and skill related fitness, as well as fundamental skills.  1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1144  Varsity Sports I
This course offers development of skills and personal potential for student athletes interested in improving their performance or preparing for further competition at the upper collegiate level.  1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE 1147 Beginning Aerobic Kickboxing/Karate
Cardiovascular and body conditioning are acquired through the use of karate and martial arts techniques set to music and integrating punching bags. 1 credit hour. (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1148  Introduction to Team Sports
Develops the basic skills and strategies through the knowledge of the history, rules, and terminology.  Students will participate in game situations.  Three of the following activities will be elected for instruction: Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Softball, or Volleyball. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 1100-1148 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  1164  Introduction to Physical Fitness and Wellness
This course will provide an overview of the lifestyle necessary for fitness and health. Student will participate in physical activities and assess their fitness status.  Students will be introduced to proper nutrition, weight management, cardiovascular health, flexibility, and strength training. Additionally, this course introduces basic concepts of fitness, nutrition, health promotion, and disease prevention. Includes the study and practices of activities and principles that promote fitness and wellness. 1 credit hour. (A)

 

KINE  1301  Foundations of Kinesiology
The purpose of this course is to provide students with an introduction to human movement that includes the historical development of physical education, exercise science, and sport. This course offers the student both an introduction to the knowledge base, as well as, information on expanding career opportunities.  3 credit hours. (A)

 

KINE  1304  Personal / Community Health
This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals, concepts, strategies, applications, and contemporary trends related to understanding personal and/or community health issues. This course also focuses on empowering various populations with the ability to practice healthy living, promote healthy lifestyles, and enhance individual well-being. 3 credit hours. (A)

 

KINE  1306  First Aid
Instruction and practice for emergency care. Designed to enable students to recognize and avoid hazards within their environment, to render intelligent assistance in case of accident or sudden illness, and to develop skills necessary for the immediate and temporary care of the victim. Successful completion of the course may enable the student to receive a certificate from a nationally recognized agency. 3 credit hours. (A)

 

KINE  1308  Sports Officiating
The purpose of the course is to study officiating requirements for sports and games with an emphasis on mechanics, rule interpretation, and enforcement.  3 credit hours. (A)

 

KINE  1336  Introduction to Sports Management
The course will introduce basic principles of administration, marketing, management, and operations in relation to the various careers in sports management.  An overview of the sports industry will be introduced.  3 credit hours.  (A)

 

KINE  1338  Concepts of Physical Fitness
This course is designed to familiarize students with knowledge, understanding and values of health related fitness and its influence on the quality of life emphasizing the development and implementation of fitness programs. Lab required. 3 credit hours. (A)

 

KINE  2100  Intermediate Weight Training
(Formerly PHED 1102)
Designed for the individual who has experience in basic weight training skills and wants to increase their knowledge of training techniques and conditioning.  1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 2100-2144 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  2106  Beginning Jogging and Fitness
(Formerly PHED 1104)
Develops cardiovascular endurance, flexibility and strength through jogging, stretching and weight training.  Physical fitness assessment leads to development of an individual fitness program. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 2100-2144 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  2111  Intermediate Basketball
Designed for the individual who has experienced basketball skills and wants to increase their development and knowledge of basketball. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 2100-2144 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  2112  Intermediate Soccer
Basic skills and techniques are refined beyond the beginner level. Analysis and practice of strategies, safety, offensive and defensive patterns of play and competitive activities are covered. Course emphasis is placed on the development and preparation for participation on an intercollegiate team. 1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 2100-2144 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  2115  Intermediate Archery
(Formerly PHED 1119)
Investigates intermediate level techniques for refinement of basic archery shooting skills and participation in competitive target shooting.  The class is designed to help students learn more advanced techniques in the sport of archery through hands-on application of using the bow and arrow through lecture, demonstration, and practice of archery skills.  1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 2100-2144 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  2117  Intermediate Tennis
(Formerly PHED 1118)
Develops and improves each skill level in serving, forehand and backhand drives, lobs and volleys.  Performance strategies for both singles and doubles are drilled.  1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 2100-2144 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  2120  Intermediate Racquetball
(Formerly PHED 1121)
Drills in serving, forehand and backhand drives, kill shots, Z shots and lobs help develop strategies for singles and doubles play.  1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 2100-2144 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  2129  Intermediate Hatha Yoga
(Formerly PHED 1130)
The refinement of the asanas (postures) covered in PHED 1129, with emphasis on breath work.  Introduces more advanced asanas; emphasis on integrating yoga into daily routines at home and work.  1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 2100-2144 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  2139  High Intensity Interval Training
A training technique that involves giving all-out anaerobic effort (80 - 95% of estimated maximal heart rate) through quick, intense bursts of exercise, followed by short, active rest periods (40 - 50% of estimate maximal heart rate).  This type of training allows for a higher post-exercise oxygen consumption, thus using more energy (burning more calories from fat) post-exercise.  By utilizing equipment such as medicine balls, kettlebells, jump ropes, dumbbells, stability balls, tension bands, etc., maximum cardiac output and a higher VO2 max can be achieved.  1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 2100-2144 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  2142  Varsity Condition II
Presentation of current scientific and technical information related to a particular activity with emphasis on developing advanced health and skill related fitness, as well as fundamental skills.  Prerequisite: KINE 1142.  1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 2100-2144 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  2144  Varsity Sports II
This course offers advanced development of skills and personal potential for student athletes interested in improving their performance or preparing for further competition at the upper collegiate level.  Prerequisite: KINE 1144.  1 credit hour.  (A)
Note: A student may receive up to 4 credit hours of any combination of KINE course numbers in the 2100-2144 range; however, the same course cannot be taken more than twice.

 

KINE  2356  Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries
Prevention and care of athletic injuries with emphasis on qualities of a good athletic trainer, avoiding accidents and injuries, recognizing signs and symptoms of specific sports injuries and conditions, intermediate and long-term care of injuries, and administration procedures in athletic training. 3 credit hours. (A)

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