Oct 22, 2019  
2019-2020 Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Catalog

Course Descriptions


Course Numbering System

The first digit in each course designation is intended to indicate the level of the course. In addition, the first digit also roughly indexes the student’s year of study at the University.
Courses numbered 001 to 099 are non-baccalaureate developmental courses.
Courses numbered 100 to 299 are lower-division.
Courses numbered 300 to 499 are upper-division.
Courses numbered 500 to 599 are graduate level, and may be taken by advanced upper-division, post-baccalaureate, or graduate students for undergraduate or graduate credit.
Courses numbered 600 to 699 are graduate level. These courses may be taken by undergraduate students only on an individual basis, and only with prior, case-by-case approval of the program director of the program offering the course (or his/her designee).
Courses numbered 700 to 799 are doctoral level.
Courses numbered 1000 and above not listed in this catalog because these are professional-level courses carrying University credit, which do not typically apply to credentials or degrees offered by the University. These courses are recorded on student transcripts.
Students should consult relevant sections of this catalog, as well as college and program advising staff, in order to determine which courses are appropriate for their level of study, and which courses satisfy degree requirements for various programs of study.
 

Japanese

   •  JAPN 202 - Intermediate Japanese II
   •  JAPN 295A - Independent Study in Japanese
   •  JAPN 295B - Independent Study in Japanese
   •  JAPN 295C - Independent Study in Japanese
   •  JAPN 295D - Independent Study in Japanese
   •  JAPN 301 - Advanced Japanese I
   •  JAPN 302 - Advanced Japanese II
   •  JAPN 400 - The Structure of Japanese
   •  JAPN 499 - Selected Topics in Japanese

Kinesiology

   •  KINE 101 - Step Aerobics
   •  KINE 103 - Basketball
   •  KINE 104 - Golf
   •  KINE 108 - Volleyball
   •  KINE 109 - Weight Training
   •  KINE 110 - Yoga
   •  KINE 111 - Adapted Physical Education
   •  KINE 121 - Disc Golf
   •  KINE 122 - Fitness Walking
   •  KINE 123 - Hatha Yoga
   •  KINE 124 - Jogging
   •  KINE 125 - Mountain Biking
   •  KINE 126 - Pilates
   •  KINE 127 - Self-Defense
   •  KINE 128 - Speedminton
   •  KINE 129 - Strength Training
   •  KINE 130 - Surfing
   •  KINE 131 - Tag Rugby
   •  KINE 132 - Tai Chi
   •  KINE 133 - Team Handball
   •  KINE 134 - Ultimate Frisbee
   •  KINE 200 - First Aid and Safety
   •  KINE 201 - CPR and AED
   •  KINE 202 - Introduction to Kinesiology
   •  KINE 204 - Techniques and Analysis of Fitness and Weight Training
   •  KINE 209 - Techniques and Analysis of Golf
   •  KINE 301 - Motor Control and Learning
   •  KINE 302 - Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries
   •  KINE 303 - Statistics and Research Methods
   •  KINE 304 - Adapted Physical Education
   •  KINE 305 - Movement Anatomy
   •  KINE 306 - Exercise Fitness and Health
   •  KINE 307 - Techniques and Analysis of Court Sports
   •  KINE 308 - Techniques and Analysis of Field Sports
   •  KINE 309 - Techniques and Analysis of Individual Sports, Adventure Based Learning, and Outdoor Education
   •  KINE 310 - Social and Emotional Health
   •  KINE 311 - Movement Pedagogy
   •  KINE 316 - Stress Management
   •  KINE 318 - Sport, Games, and Culture
   •  KINE 326 - Introductory Exercise Physiology
   •  KINE 336 - Nutrition for Health and Exercise Performance
   •  KINE 390 - Topics in Kinesiology
   •  KINE 400 - Movement Theory and Practice of Elementary Physical Education for Children
   •  KINE 401 - Principles, Organization and Management of Secondary School Physical Education
   •  KINE 402 - Applied Theory of Teaching Team, Individual, and Dual Sports
   •  KINE 404 - Introduction to Epidemiology
   •  KINE 405 - Health and Drug Education
   •  KINE 406 - Stress Testing and Exercise Prescription
   •  KINE 407 - Principles of Health Promotion and Education
   •  KINE 415 - Eating Disorders and Weight Control in Sports
   •  KINE 425 - Biomechanics of Human Movement
   •  KINE 426 - Exercise Physiology and Special Populations
   •  KINE 427 - Assessment and Programming for Healthy Aging
   •  KINE 495A - Internship in Kinesiology
   •  KINE 495B - Internship in Kinesiology
   •  KINE 495C - Internship in Kinesiology
   •  KINE 497 - Study Abroad
   •  KINE 499A - Independent Study in Kinesiology
   •  KINE 499B - Independent Study in Kinesiology
   •  KINE 499C - Independent Study in Kinesiology
   •  KINE 499D - Independent Study in Kinesiology
   •  KINE 499E - Independent Study in Kinesiology
   •  KINE 499F - Independent Study in Kinesiology
   •  KINE 500 - Advanced Biomechanics
   •  KINE 501 - Advanced Motor Control
   •  KINE 502 - Research Methods
   •  KINE 503 - Advanced Statistical Analysis
   •  KINE 506 - Seminar in Kinesiology
   •  KINE 507 - Seminar II in Kinesiology
   •  KINE 508 - Seminar III in Kinesiology
   •  KINE 510 - Physical Education Methods
   •  KINE 524 - Public Health
   •  KINE 526 - Advanced Exercise Physiology
   •  KINE 590 - Special Topics in Kinesiology
   •  KINE 595 - Practicum in Kinesiology
   •  KINE 698 - Thesis

Liberal Studies

   •  GEOG 450 - Parks and Protected Areas
   •  LBST 100 - An Introduction to Critical Education
   •  LBST 300 - An Introduction to Critical Education
   •  LBST 301 - Connecting Disciplines and Crossing Borders
   •  LBST 305 - Perspectives in Liberal Studies
   •  LBST 307 - Children and the Environment
   •  LBST 361 - The Social Construction of Science
   •  LBST 361B - The Social Construction of Science
   •  LBST 362 - Technology and Social Change
   •  LBST 395A - Internship for Liberal Studies
   •  LBST 395B - Internship for Liberal Studies
   •  LBST 395C - Internship for Liberal Studies
   •  LBST 498A - Independent Study
   •  LBST 498B - Independent Study
   •  LBST 498C - Independent Study
 

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