Education and Kinesiology Division

Contact Information

Chair: Heather Van Mullem, PhD
E-mail: hivanmullum@lcsc.edu
Office: SPH 103
Phone: 208-792-2260
FAX: 208-792-2820
Web: http://www.lcsc.edu/education

The Division of Education and Kinesiology provides access to high-quality baccalaureate degree programs in Kinesiology & Health, Exercise Science, Sport Administration, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, General Studies and Interdisciplinary Studies, as well as a variety of certificates and endorsements, using both traditional and non-traditional means of delivery for a diverse population.

Special Accreditation

The Teacher Education Program: National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), an affiliate of the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).  NCATE consolidated with TEAC in 2013 to form CAEP.  The Teacher Education program is also accredited by the State of Idaho.

Teaching Endorsements

  • Health 6-12
  • Literacy K-12
  • Physical Education K-12 or 6-12
  • Special Education: Standard Exceptional Child Certificate with a Generalist K-12
  • Teaching English as a New Language K-12
  • Instructional Technologies Pre-K-12

Advising

Academic advising is mandatory for all Education and Kinesiology Division majors. An advisor is assigned when a student declares a major within the Division. Students with academic advising questions or concerns should meet with their advisors during posted office hours or by appointment. Students are required to meet and personally obtain their assigned advisor’s approval on course selections. Students should come to advising appointments with a tentative class schedule prepared. Secondary Education majors, Sport Administration majors, and Exercise Science majors must have two advisors. See specific majors for additional information.

Kinesiology Program Information

Standards

Graduates from the Kinesiology program will meet the following program standards:

Standard 1: Knowledge of Subject Matter
Understand the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and structures of the discipline taught, and create experiences for individuals that make these aspects of subject matter meaningful.

Standard 2: Knowledge of Human Development and Learning
Understand how individuals learn and develop, and provide opportunities that support their physical, cognitive, social and emotional development.

Standard 3: Adapting Instruction for Individual Needs
Understand how individuals differ in their approaches to learning, and create instruction and programs adapted to individuals with diverse needs.

Standard 4: Multiple Strategies for Instruction and Participation
Understand and use a variety of instructional strategies to develop critical thinking, problem solving and performance skills.

Standard 5: Motivation and Management Skills
Understand individual and group motivation and behavior to create programs and learning environments that encourage positive social interaction, active engagement, and self-motivation.

Standard 6: Communication Skills
Use a variety of communication techniques to foster inquiry, collaboration and supportive interaction in a variety of settings.

Standard 7: Planning Skills
Plan instruction and programs based on knowledge of the subject matter, participants, the community, and program goals.

Standard 8: Assessment Strategies
Understand, use, and interpret formal and informal assessment strategies to advance individual performance and to determine program effectiveness.

Standard 9: Professional Commitment
Be a reflective practitioner who demonstrates a commitment to professional standards and is continuously engaged in purposeful mastery of the profession.

Standard 10: Partnerships
Interact in a professional, effective manner with colleagues, families, and community agencies to support growth and well-being of programs and the participants.

Standard 11: Safety
Provide for a safe environment for learning and participating in physical activity.

Assessment: Kinesiology (Teaching)

Students seeking Physical Education K-12/Health 6-12 certification must complete the following in addition:

  1. Praxis Exams: Candidates must pass Praxis II exams #5091 and #5551 prior to beginning their internship.
  2. Candidates must successfully demonstrate competency in using technology to enhance instruction.
  3. Portfolio: Teacher certification candidates must demonstrate that they have the knowledge, skills and dispositions needed to be effective classroom teachers and to positively impact student learning. Development of the portfolio is a yearlong endeavor. During a candidate’s internship experience, he/she collects, organizes, and displays evidence that he/she is able to meet the standards required for completion of the LCSC Teacher Education Program.
  4. Exit Interview: As a final evaluation on an intern’s ability to demonstrate the professional competencies required by the program, she/he must pass an exit interview. An on-site teacher-educator who is familiar with the intern’s capabilities and a second representative from the LCSC Teacher Education program also participates in the exit interview.

Kinesiology (Non-Teaching)

Students graduating with a degree in Kinesiology (non-teaching) must complete the following:

  1. Senior Exit Exam: As a culminating activity prior to graduation, seniors must take a comprehensive oral content knowledge exam.
  2. Senior Research Project: Seniors must complete an independent research project that includes a review of the related literature, collection and analysis of data, and a final oral presentation.
  3. Portfolio: Seniors must complete a portfolio documenting competency in the field.

Kinesiology Club

The Kinesiology Club welcomes all students majoring or minoring in Kinesiology, Health or related fields. The club plays a campus wide leadership role in promoting lifespan physical activity, sports and other health enhancing behaviors. For example, club members assist in the campus Fitness and Wellness program, supervise campus facilities and special events, and host guest speakers. Club fundraisers help members attend state, regional and national conferences. The club’s social functions include group meetings and a year-end barbecue.

Teacher Certification

LCSC continues to draw regional recognition for its excellence in preparing teachers. The College offers innovative programs in elementary and secondary education that are integrated and competency-based. It promotes high quality in teaching through a unique combination of course coherence, collaborative instruction, community partnerships, and performance assessment. The programs are designed to prepare competent, caring teachers who have the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to effectively help all students learn. Quality field experiences are the cornerstone of LCSC’s Teacher Education Programs. Students participate in multiple school-based experiences with teachers who demonstrate “best practices.” Field experiences begin with a twenty-hour practicum and culminate with an internship. These experiences provide teacher candidates with opportunities to explore the connection between theory and practice, as well as to work with students from culturally diverse and exceptional populations. Students gain confidence through reflective practice and competence through frequent interaction with a community of skilled practitioners. Students in teacher education will provide evidence through performance that they have become dedicated and knowledgeable professionals, content specialists, competent educational designers, capable educational facilitators, insightful educational evaluators, reflective professionals, and culturally responsive professionals before being recommended for teacher certification.

Candidates who satisfactorily complete a Teacher Education program at LCSC are eligible to apply for one of the following State of Idaho teaching certificates:

  1. Standard Elementary K-8
  2. Standard Secondary 6-12

These certificates are issued by the State of Idaho Department of Education and are recognized in all 50 member states of the NASDTEC Interstate Contract (see Idaho Department of Education Professional School Personnel Certification Standards). Teacher certification requirements vary among all states, and applicants should address any questions concerning teacher certification requirements to the individual state teacher certification agencies.

LCSC does not issue teaching certificates. The LCSC Teacher Education Program does provide an institutional recommendation of approved program completion only for students who have successfully completed the program. The Idaho State Department of Education evaluates for certification only after the applicant completes the application process. A certificate or notation of deficiencies generally takes 30-45 days.

Prior to being recommended to the state for certification, candidates must pass a final review of their work. This consists of a formal oral evaluation by at least two faculty members and one on-site teacher educator. The candidate presents, at that review, a portfolio that reflects mastery of the concepts and skills required to enter the teaching profession. Candidates failing this final oral review are given a remediation plan and sit for the final review again.

  1. Application for teacher certification is the sole responsibility of the graduate. Idaho certification procedures and forms will be provided following student teaching.
  2. To obtain an official LCSC Institutional Recommendation for the State of Idaho1 indicating completion of an approved Teacher Education Program, the graduate must submit the following to the LCSC Education and Kinesiology Division:
    1. A completed “Application for an Idaho Professional Education Credential” form;
    2. Official transcripts from ALL higher education institutions attended except LCSC;
    3. A check or money order for the appropriate State of Idaho application fee;
    4. Any additional documents required by the Idaho State Department of Education Teacher Certification Office.
  3. The Education and Kinesiology Division will only process, endorse, and mail to the Idaho State Department of Education Teacher Certification office complete applications. Incomplete applications will not be processed.
  4. The applicant must supply all data requested on the application form(s).
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Official LCSC Institutional Recommendations may be required for other states. Please follow that state certification agency’s procedures. It is the responsibility of the graduate to meet those requirements.

Admission Requirements

Students seeking admission to the Teacher Education Program must comply with admission requirements as stated in this catalog. Teacher Education program requirements may change to comply with accreditation requirements, professional certification requirements, etc. Students may be required to meet College graduation requirements under a different catalog than that used to obtain admission to the Teacher Education program.

The performance-based Teacher Education program for Elementary Education is composed of the following four phases:

I. Pre-professional Studies
II. Professional Studies
III. Professional Internship I
IV. Professional Internship II

After completing the General Education Core and pre-professional studies courses, Phase I, students who meet entry requirements may apply for admission into the Teacher Education program. Application information is available from the Education and Kinesiology Division office or online at http://education.lcsc.edu/ed_app. It is the responsibility of the student to secure admission to the Teacher Education program and maintain that status. Students must be formally admitted to the program prior to participation in Phase II. The Division of Education and Kinesiology admission procedure addresses three areas:

  1. scholarship
  2. a qualifying entrance examination and interview
  3. professional experience

Adverse factors will also be considered in the admissions decision. Those adverse factors include para-competencies (i.e.-personal characteristics/attitudes inconsistent with the teaching profession exhibited by the student such as racism, intolerance, chronic lateness, patterns of course withdrawals, patterns of course incompletes, and moral turpitude).

Students must apply for admission into the Teacher Education program no later than the first day of the semester prior to the semester in which they plan to begin Phase II course work. Students who plan to begin Phase II course work in the fall should apply no later than the first day of the previous spring semester (mid-January). Students who plan to begin Phase II course work in the spring should apply no later than the first day of the previous fall semester (mid-August). PLEASE NOTE: Admission to the Teacher Education Program will be based on the predetermined number of available, quality internship sites.

Entrance/Admission into the Teacher Education program requires:

  1. Course work: Satisfactory completion of all Phase I course work with a grade of “C-” or better in each course. Exception: Must have “C” or better in English 101 to advance to English 102. Note: At the time of application, students should be completing the last of these required courses. Also see Item #3.
  2. Entrance Examination: For elementary undergraduate candidates: Passing scores in math, reading, and writing on the COMPASS Placement Exam or the ACT exam or the SAT exam, or passing scores on the Praxis II exam 5001-Elementary Education: Multiple Subjects. This exam is not required for students seeking Elementary or Secondary Education Certification who already have a baccalaureate degree.
  3. Scholarship: A minimum LCSC cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0; in addition, secondary candidates must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.0 in their major teaching field.
  4. Professional Experience: Evidence of successful work with children or adolescents and a short reflective essay.
  5. Interview and Writing Sample: Students compose an extemporaneous essay followed by a formal interview with a panel of professionals from the education field.
  6. Official transcripts: Required from all higher education institutions attended, other than LCSC.

Transfer Students, entrance into the Teacher Education program requires:

  1. A transfer credit evaluation by the Education & Kinesiology Division Program Assistant immediately following admission to LCSC.
  2. Admission to the Teacher Education Program (see above).
  3. Completion of a minimum of 32 LCSC credits before graduation (see baccalaureate degree requirements).

Post-Baccalaureate Students, entrance into the Teacher Education program requires:

  1. A transfer credit evaluation by the Education & Kinesiology Division Program Assistant immediately following admission to LCSC.
  2. Admission to the Teacher Education program (see above).

Certified Teachers should:

  1. Consult with the Education & Kinesiology Division Program Assistant directly after being admitted to LCSC.
  2. Complete the Education & Kinesiology Division Special Permission Form to take certain upper division course work.

PACE Program - Pathway for Accelerated Certification and Endorsement Program

Using a distance learning format, the PACE program offers a nontraditional path to Teacher Certification for students in rural areas. PACE is intended for mature, responsible nontraditional students who want to change careers to teaching. Paraprofessionals and those with previous classroom experience find that the PACE program affords a smooth transition to Teacher Certification. Candidates who decide to enter the PACE program must initially apply for admission to Lewis-Clark State College.

Elementary PACE

The PACE Elementary program requires candidates to hold an associate or higher degree from an accredited college or university. Candidates will fulfill the requirements for a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education and teacher certification at the conclusion of the program. Candidates officially begin the program in the summer, so they must plan to attend two consecutive summer sessions. The remaining coursework is accomplished in two semesters utilizing distance learning technology, and a final semester of on-site internship (near the candidate’s home).

Candidates should apply to the PACE Elementary program prior to the beginning of the first summer session. To be guaranteed a summer position, Phase I coursework must be complete. There are a fixed number of openings in the PACE program, so qualified candidates will be admitted as positions open. When candidates are offered admission, they must accept within two weeks or forfeit their position on the list. Candidates must enroll in at least one course per semester and complete the two summer sessions. Candidates are allowed up to four years to complete the program; those who do not complete the program within four years will have to reapply for admission to PACE.

The procedures for admission to the Teacher Education program help assure that teacher candidates are prepared academically and well motivated to complete the intensive teacher education coursework and internship field experiences.

See requirements for Entrance/Admission into the Teacher Education Program.

Secondary PACE

The PACE Secondary Program requires candidates to already hold a bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university. Candidates will fulfill the requirements to receive secondary teacher certification with specific content area endorsements to teach grades 6-12 at the conclusion of the program. Candidates are required to attend an orientation in Lewiston. The remaining coursework is accomplished utilizing distance learning technology, and a final semester of on-site internship (near the candidate’s home).

Candidates of the PACE Secondary Program follow the same admission requirements to the Teacher Education Program as outlined above. Those who are interested in the PACE Program should request a transcript evaluation by the Education & Kinesiology Division program assistant. Forms are available at http://education.lcsc.edu/forms/. Follow the link to “Request for Transcript Evaluation”.

PACE Program Contact Information

Expectations of Students

Candidates for the baccalaureate degree in the Teacher Education programs must meet the LCSC baccalaureate degree requirements, maintain an overall GPA of 3.0, and pass the Praxis II subject specialty exam(s) in their area as required by the State of Idaho. In addition, Elementary Education candidates must pass the State of Idaho Comprehensive Literacy Assessment. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that his/her program of study fulfills the General Education, major, minor, certification, and endorsement requirements. Requirements for graduation and requirements for teacher certification differ. The Office of Admission/Registrar has authority over graduation requirements. Therefore, the Education & Kinesiology Division does not substitute or waive any institutional General Education requirements. Further, such a substitution or waiver may jeopardize teacher certification. Students desiring to substitute or waive General Education requirements should consult with their Education advisor before petitioning.

Professional Standards for the K-12 Teacher

Teacher Education faculty in the Division of Education and Kinesiology believe that in order to ensure the continuous intellectual, social, and physical development of all learners, the qualified teacher must perform several roles. In serving these roles, teachers demonstrate knowledge, skills, and dispositions related to eight main areas of professional competence. Successful teacher candidates must consistently exhibit:

  1. Appropriate conduct as a professional
  2. Knowledge of the foundations of the profession
  3. Expertise in all subjects taught
  4. Skills as an educational designer
  5. Skills as an educational facilitator
  6. Skills as an educational evaluator
  7. Capacity for reflective practice
  8. Ability to embrace the ideas of a culturally responsive educator.

Through participation in each of the Teacher Education programs at LCSC, teacher candidates have opportunities to develop, nurture, and demonstrate their professional competence in each of these eight areas.

The Dedicated Professional. The teacher conducts herself/himself in a manner which shows care and concern for children and their learning and a commitment to the profession of education. The teacher exhibits high ethical and professional standards. The teacher fosters relationships with school colleagues, parents, and agencies in the larger community to support students’ learning and well-being.

The Knowledgeable Professional. The teacher is knowledgeable of how children, as individuals and in groups, learn and develop and how instruction can be provided to support the intellectual, social, and personal development of all types of learners. The teacher understands schools as organizations within the larger community context and the laws and norms that guide their operation.

The Content Specialist. The teacher understands the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and structures of the discipline(s) he/she teaches. The teacher maintains currency in knowledge of the content area(s) and skills of the discipline.

The Educational Designer. The teacher plans and creates learning experiences based upon knowledge of subject matter, students, the community, and curriculum goals to make the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and structures of the discipline(s) he/she teaches meaningful for students. The teacher designs and develops learning opportunities which are congruent with how children learn and develop, which utilize well-selected instructional strategies and learning resources, and which are appropriately adapted to diverse learners.

The Educational Facilitator. The teacher utilizes a variety of instructional strategies (methods, techniques, etc.) and resources (media, technologies, etc.), effective classroom organization skills, and effective communication techniques to establish and facilitate engaging and meaningful learning environments that support the intellectual, social, and physical development of students. The teacher fosters active inquiry, collaboration, and supportive interaction in the classroom. The teacher uses an understanding of individual and group motivation and behavior to create a learning environment that encourages positive social interaction, active engagement in learning, and self-motivation.

The Educational Evaluator. The teacher understands and uses appropriate, formal and informal assessment strategies to evaluate and ensure the continuous intellectual, social and physical development of the learner. The teacher performs appropriate, comprehensive assessments of the processes of instructional design, facilitation, and evaluation. The teacher adjusts and refines instruction based upon informed analysis.

The Reflective Professional. The teacher is a reflective practitioner who continually evaluates the effects of his/her choices and actions on others (students, parents, and other professionals in the learning community). The teacher actively seeks out opportunities to grow professionally.

The Culturally Responsive Educator. The teacher is a culturally responsive educator who understands and embraces the ideas of cultural consciousness, equity and human dignity, and social justice while striving to create learning environments that grant voice and authenticity to the beliefs, opinions, and experiences of students from diverse experiences.

The curriculum for Teacher Education at LCSC promotes the development and practice of these qualities through performance-based courses and field experiences.

Teaching Internship Information

For Elementary Education majors, the Teaching Internship is a two-semester sequence of integrated course work and field experiences.

For teacher candidates seeking certification in Secondary Education (6-12), the Teaching Internship consists of one semester in the field. Over the course of the semesters, the candidate engages in field-based opportunities to apply the knowledge, skills, and dispositions developed in course work. The internship provides the teacher candidate with mentored experiences in all areas of teacher performance. Students must be admitted to the Teacher Education program and pass their required Praxis examination(s) before an internship placement is considered. A grade of “B-” or better is required for all professional education Phase II, III & IV course work in the Elementary Education program, and a grade of "B-" or better is required in all 300 & 400-level education courses in the Secondary Education program.

During the internship, candidates are expected to fulfill additional responsibilities both on campus and at their assigned school site. Interns shall complete course assignments as well as duties assigned at their school. They should perform professionally according to public school policies and procedures. Failure to successfully progress through the internship may result in an extended internship, inability to continue with the internship experience, or withdrawal from the Teacher Education program.

The internship involves a candidate’s total commitment for the entire term of assignment. For this reason the Education & Kinesiology Division chairperson must approve any additional course work. Extracurricular college activities, coaching, and outside employment are not to interfere with achieving a successful internship experience.

Candidates’ requests for college and school supervision in long distance internship sites (outside the LCSC service area) must be made in writing at least two semesters prior to the internship. Candidates will be assessed a fee to assist in paying the added expense of supervision at a long-distance site. The instructional teams must approve all requests for distant internships. No guarantee is made that a long-distance site will be available or approved.

Assessment

COMPASS, ACT, or SAT Placement Exam

To demonstrate acquisition of basic skills, undergraduate students seeking admittance into either Elementary or Secondary teacher education programs must pass math, reading, and writing sections of the COMPASS, ACT, or SAT exam at a level determined appropriate by the Education & Kinesiology Division.

Idaho Comprehensive Literacy Assessment (ICLA)

All teacher education candidates whose teaching responsibilities will include elementary education, special education, and/or reading must pass the Idaho Comprehensive Literacy Assessment. The ICLA consists of three areas: language structure, comprehension, and assessment.

Praxis Series Assessments

Students seeking teacher certification in the state of Idaho must take Praxis II exams in their content areas. Elementary candidates must pass the Praxis II exam #5001 Elementary Education Multiple Subjects.  Passing scores on this exam may be used for entrance into the program, but the elementary candidate must pass all four subtests of #5001.  Elementary candidates are also required to take a second Praxis II content test in an additional endorsement/teaching field. Students are required to meet the qualifying score set by the Idaho State Department of Education to enter into the internship experience.

Portfolio

The portfolio is a form of performance assessment requiring teacher certification candidates to demonstrate that they have the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to be effective classroom teachers and to positively impact student learning. Development of the portfolio is a yearlong endeavor. During a candidate’s internship experience, he/she will collect, organize, and display evidence that he/she is able to meet the standards required for completion of the LCSC Teacher Education Program.

Exit Interview

As a final evaluation of an intern’s ability to demonstrate the professional competencies required by the program, she/he will pass an exit interview conducted during the final phase of the internship experience. The intern’s faculty mentor will chair the exit interview. An on-site-teacher-educator who is familiar with the intern’s capabilities and a second representative from the Education & Kinesiology Division will also participate in the exit interview.

Additional Fees

(all fees are subject to change)

Elementary Education

  • COMPASS Test (undergraduates only and only if placement scores do not meet entrance requirements) $15
  • Application to the Teacher Education Program $30
  • Praxis II Exam: Elementary Ed: Multiple Subjects: $170
  • Praxis II exam in second teaching content area $120 - $146
  • Idaho State Teacher Certification $109.75 ($75 application + $34.75 fingerprinting)

Secondary Education

  • COMPASS Test (undergraduates only and only if placement scores do not meet entrance requirements) $15
  • Application to the Teacher Education Program $30
  • Praxis II Content Specific Exams $120 - $146 (a separate Praxis exam is required for each content area teaching field)
  • Idaho State Teacher Certification $109.75 ($75 application/$34.75 fingerprinting)

Special Education

  • Praxis II exam: Special Education Core Knowledge and Mild to Moderate Application $146
  • Praxis II exam: Elementary Ed: Multiple Subjects $170

Other Programs

Technology for Teachers Program

The Education and Kinesiology Division’s Technology for Teachers Program started in 1994 in response to the Idaho State Board’s request that LCSC help both future and practicing teachers learn to use technology effectively in their teaching. The Division’s model technology classroom and technology development lab in Sam Glenn Complex is maintained as a part of this program. Technology skill development for pre-service and practicing K-12 teachers, as well as technical support for the Division’s students and teachers, is provided by the program’s technologist, instructors, and director.

State Alternative Authorization: Content Specialist

The Division of Education and Kinesiology supports the State of Idaho Alternative Authorization: Content Specialist Teaching Certification option. This option permits highly qualified candidates to be offered teaching positions in Idaho schools while completing certification requirements based on a formal pre-assessment of their content area and pedagogical knowledge, skills, and dispositions.

Clubs

CHI KAPPA Chapter of KAPPA DELTA PI Honor Society

Kappa Delta Pi, an International Honor Society in Education, was founded March 8, 1911 at the University of Illinois. The Chi Kappa Chapter of Lewis-Clark State College was installed in 1996 (and was the first Idaho chapter); it became the last chapter necessary to complete membership in all fifty states. The Chi Kappa Chapter promotes better teaching and learning through identification and recognition of both outstanding teacher candidates and practicing educators. Teacher candidates must possess a grade point average of no less than 3.5 and be nominated on the basis of demonstrated potential to become strong leaders in education. Practicing educators are nominated by a committee of their peers as individuals who have demonstrated high academic ideals and made significant contributions to the education profession. The chapter sponsors several annual social and professional activities, and members have the opportunity to represent the chapter at the biennial national conference.

LCSC Student Chapter, Idaho Council for Exceptional Children

Idaho Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), LCSC Student Chapter welcomes new members seeking a special education minor or a gifted and talented endorsement. The student chapter actively participates in professional development activities that align to the state unit and shares the following mission statement: “to improve educational outcomes for individuals with exceptionalities.” CEC, a non-profit association, accomplishes its mission which is carried out in support of special education professionals and others working on behalf of individuals with exceptionalities, by advocating for appropriate governmental policies, by setting professional standards, by providing continuing professional development, by advocating for newly and historically underserved individuals with exceptionalities, and by helping professionals achieve the conditions and resources necessary for effective professional practice.

ED-214 PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATION 3.00 Credits

An introduction to the teaching profession through consideration of relevant principles including the importance of education and teaching, the purpose of schools, teaching orientations and styles, trends in education, international influences on American education, the changing nature of American education, the administration and governance of schools, school funding, social issues affecting education and learning, schools and their environs, and education in other societies. Includes twenty hours of field experience in area elementary and secondary schools.

ED-216 PHYS EDUC FOR THE ELEMENTARY TEACHER 2.00 Credits

Designed to aid the classroom teacher in developing and implementing physical education programs in elementary and middle schools. Cross-listed with KIN 216.

ED-222 BEGINNING SIGN LANGUAGE 3.00 Credits

Students will learn a sign language and finger spelling system consistent with English, used in educating hearing impaired individuals.

ED-290 DIRECTED STUDY IN EDUCATION 1.00-12.00 Credits

ED-291 WORKSHOP IN EDUCATION 1.00-3.00 Credits

ED-292 SPECIAL TOPICS IN EDUCATION 1.00-3.00 Credits

ED-295 PRACTICUM IN EDUCATION 1.00-12.00 Credits

ED-299 RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP 1.00-12.00 Credits

Graded P/F only.

ED-310 PROFESSIONAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION 3.00 Credits

Designed for post bachelors DLT teacher candidates, this course is a systematic survey of the philosophical foundations and historical development of public education, the legal, financial, and organizational principles associated with schooling, and certain social issues that have helped to shape, guide, and/or impact contemporary education. Twenty hours of field experience required. ED 214 meets the same requirement.

ED-318 ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING 3.00 Credits

An introduction to the theory of assessment. Presents the foundational concepts, principles, and procedures needed to systematically acquire, organize, and apply information about learners and learning. This course is a component in the elementary teacher education program's technology strand and is designated as technology-intensive. Cross-listed with PSYC 318. Pre-requisite: Elementary Education Majors must be admitted to the teacher education program.

ED-321 EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 3.00 Credits

Builds on knowledge gained in Developmental Psychology to further the understanding of various theories of learning, teaching, developmental theories and processes. Pre-requisite: PSYC 205 or acceptance into the Education Program. Cross-listed with PSYC 321.

ED-323 PROFESSIONAL STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING 6.00 Credits

This course provides formal experiences in the development of a repertoire of knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to design, develop, deliver, and evaluate units of instruction. It focuses on the integration of methods and strategies, media and technologies, and discipline and motivation to produce effective learning environments, including those that meet the needs of a culturally and intellectually diverse classroom population. Fee required. Pre-requisite: Admission to the Elementary Teacher Education Program.

ED-328 MATH METHODS K-8 3.00 Credits

Based on NCTM standards, students will plan, deliver, assess, and reflect upon math lessons presented to elementary school children. Pre-requisites: MATH 157 and MATH 257; Admission to the Elementary Teacher Education Program.

ED-330 CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE CLASSROOM 2.00 Credits

The purpose of this course is to guide awareness regarding individual differences from an environment and contextual perspective with a particular emphasis on the variation that occurs because of a student's cultural background. It is designed to provide the classroom teacher with the tools specific to engaging all students in the learning process so as to increase their academic performance.

ED-345 CULTURALLY RELEVANT TEACHING 3.00 Credits

The course is designed for classroom teachers and future teachers and will provide information for the selection of teaching strategies suited to the learners culture, literacy, language proficiency, and communication skills. The course will examine issues related to working with diverse peoples, deepen levels of awareness regarding individual differences and develop an understanding of the challenges of language acquisition in the classroom setting. Specific teaching strategies for students whose first language is not English.

ED-390 DIRECTED STUDY IN EDUCATION 1.00-12.00 Credits

ED-392 SPECIAL TOPICS IN EDUCATION 1.00-3.00 Credits

ED-394 INTERNSHIP IN EDUCATION 1.00-12.00 Credits

Graded P/F only.

ED-399 RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP 1.00-3.00 Credits

Graded P/F only.

ED-411 DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP/MOBILE/REMOTE TECH 3.00 Credits

This course is designed to give you, the teacher candidate, formal experiences in the development of knowledge, skills, and dispositions supporting the strategic integration of mobile and remote technologies into teaching and learning and the related issues and responsibilities of digital citizenship that accompany these practices. Students enrolling in this course should have completed at least one course delivered online or be concurrently enrolled in an online course. It is expected that students who begin this course already have some experience performing fundamental operations with a microcomputer including the use of word processing software, World Wide Web browsing software, and electronic mail software.

ED-412 INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY STRATEGIES 3.00 Credits

This course is designed to give you, the teacher candidate, formal experiences in the development of the knowledge, skills, and dispositions supporting the strategic integration of technologies into teaching and learning. This includes an exploration of best practices in instructional methods and strategies for technology-enriched learning environments. Pre-requisite: Admission to the Secondary Education program.

ED-413 DESIGNING ONLINE INSTRUCTION 3.00 Credits

This course is designed to give you, the teacher candidate, formal experiences in the development of pedagogical knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to design and develop effective, online learning experiences. It is expected that students who begin this course already have some experience performing fundamental operations with a microcomputer including the use of word processing software, World Wide Web browsing software, and electronic mail software. Previous experience participating in coursework implementing an online learning management system is also expected. Pre-requisite: Admission to the Elementary or Secondary Teacher Education program.

ED-414 PROFESSIONAL INTERN ONLINE TEACHING 5.00 Credits

This course is designed to give you, the teacher candidate, formal experiences in the practice of skills to design, develop, implement, and evaluate effective teaching in an authentic, online instructional environment. Through a field-based, practicum experience, you will demonstrate your capacity to design, facilitate, and evaluate one or more online courses to designated students within the Kindergarten to Twelfth Grade range. Pre-requisite: Must be admitted to their respective teacher education program. ED 411, ED 413, ED 415 and ED 323 or ED 453 and ED 412 prior to beginning internship.

ED-415 TEACHING ONLINE 3.00 Credits

This course is designed to give you, the teacher candidate, opportunities to engage in productive reflective practices about the design, development, implementation, and evaluation activities of your professional internship in online teaching. In this seminar, you and your colleagues will reflect on your internship experiences and the development of your skills to design, facilitate, and evaluate instruction of an online course. Pre-requisite: Admission to Teacher Education Program. Co-requisite: ED 414.

ED-422 INTERMEDIATE SIGN LANGUAGE 3.00 Credits

Continuation of ED 222.

ED-426 PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP IN EDUCATION K-8, I 7.00-14.00 Credits

A performance-based experience where interns have opportunities to develop and refine instructional materials and practices based on researched best practices for reading, language arts, math, science, health, social studies, physical education, visual and performing arts and multicultural issues to be utilized in K-8 classroom settings. The importance of effective communication strategies, including appropriate technology, will be emphasized. Interns will have numerous opportunities to interact with classroom teachers and elementary students during this first semester of a year-long internship. Pre-requisite: Admission to the Elementary Teacher Education Program. Co-requisites: ED 427 and SE 428.

ED-427 PROF SEMINAR: ISSUES IN EDUCATION I 1.00 Credit

Promotes self-reflection and the successful transition into the teaching profession through opportunities for interns to address and reflect upon contemporary and perennial issues that affect and inform their praxis. Includes questions of instructional philosophies and orientations, classroom management, professional conduct, ethics and legal considerations, interpersonal communications, steps toward securing employment, efficient time management, and proposals for educational reform and innovation. Fee required. Pre-requisite: Admission to the Elementary Teacher Education Program. Co-requisites: ED 426 and SE 428.

ED-429 PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP IN EDUCATION K-8, II 7.00-14.00 Credits

A continuation of ED 426. As the internship experience proceeds the intern will continually assume more responsibility for classroom instruction and management. This is a writing integrated course. Pre-requisite: Admission to the Elementary Teacher Education Program Co-requisites: ED 430 and SE 431. Graded P/F only.

ED-430 PROF SEMINAR:ISSUES IN EDUCATION II 1.00 Credit

A continuation of ED 427. LCSC faculty as well as occasional guests including teachers and school administrators will conduct the seminar. Pre-requisite: Admission to the Elementary Teacher Education Program. Co-requisites: ED 429 and SE 431.

ED-432 PACE SEMINAR 1.00 Credit

This seminar provides opportunities for PACE candidates to investigate and share techniques for the development of a personal folio evidencing their abilities to meet State of Idaho Content Area Standards in their chosen teaching field, to begin preparation of their professional portfolios, and to make arrangements for their internship experience under the direction and guidance of a Division of Education faculty supervisor. Pre-requisite: Admission to the PACE Teacher Education Program or permission of the instructor.

ED-434 ESL FIELD EXPERIENCE 1.00 Credit

Provides an authentic context for students to apply their understanding of the principles of ESL. Students will demonstrate their ability to prepare, facilitate and assess lessons, and adapt textbook lessons and other instructional materials to meet the needs of language learners. Pre-requisites: ED 435 and ED 436.

ED-435 DIVERSITY ISSUES IN EDUCATION 3.00 Credits

Acquaints students with issues surrounding diversity in education. Students develop a broader perspective concerning culture and its influence on schooling and students' successful negotiation of the educational system.

ED-436 ISSUES IN TEACHING ESL 3.00 Credits

This course examines the unique challenges and opportunities afforded teachers when their community of learners consists of culturally and linguistically diverse students. The course will include discussion of issues and methodology in ESL and bilingual approaches for teaching students whose second language is English.

ED-437 ADVANCED ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE METHODS 3.00 Credits

Acquaints students and teachers with methodology issues in Second Language Acquisition, including bilingual approaches to teaching students whose second language is English. Acquaints teachers with a variety of approaches and methods of teaching ESL, such as Audiolingual, Cognitive, Situational Response, Silent Way, etc. Developmental philosophy, critical pedagogy, individualized instruction, small group instruction, and learning centers are major areas of discussion. Recommended pre-requisite: ED 436.

ED-439 AUTHENTIC ASSESMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS 3.00 Credits

This online course is the fourth in a series of courses designed to meet the requirements for an ESL endorsement. The course focuses on the assessment tools for testing/identifying language dominance and the language proficiency levels of students of English. The course is designed to provide information for the selection of assessment tools suited to the learner's culture, literacy and communication skills. Pre-requisites: ED 435 and ED 436.

ED-445 INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES AND CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT, 6-12 3.00 Credits

This course familiarizes students with a variety of research-based instructional models and practices, classroom management strategies, and the building of learning communities to meet the needs of students in grades 6-12. Students demonstrate pedagogical knowledge, skills, and dispositions through microteaching and various forms of presentation. Students also develop products that demonstrate understanding of key aspects of classroom management, discipline, and motivation. Includes 20 hours of field experience in area secondary schools. Pre-requisite: ED 214, ED 318, ED 321, and admission into Secondary Teacher Education Program.

ED-449 TEACHING METHODS IN THE CONTENT AREA 3.00 Credits

This course combines theoretical and practical learning experiences in pedagogical content knowledge. Students demonstrate requisite knowledge, skills, and dispositions through authorship of content-specific unit plans consisting of course rationale, syllabus, and lesson plans based upon local, state, and national standards. Special emphasis is placed on research-based teaching methods and strategies relevant to a content area. Provides a meaningful pre-internship practicum experience in the content area for students. Pre-requisite: ED 214, ED 318, ED 321 or ED 310, and admission into secondary education program.

ED-452 INTERNSHIP SEMINAR 1.00 Credit

This seminar promotes self-reflection and the successful transition into the teaching profession through opportunities for interns to address and reflect upon their internship experiences and contemporary and perennial issues that affect and inform their praxis. Pre-requisite: Admission into the Secondary Education Program. Co-requisites: ED 460 and ED 461.

ED-453 MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY FOR TEACHING 3.00 Credits

This course provides formal experiences in the development of a repertoire of pedagogical knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary for the effective integration of media and technologies into learning environments. Course content and activities address the purposeful design, development, and implementation of current and relevant instructional media and technologies that would enhance learning environments in secondary education. Fee required. Pre-requisite: ED 214, ED 318, ED 321 and acceptance into the Secondary Teacher Education Program. This course is not available to students who have successfully completed ED 454 prior to Fall 2003.

ED-454 PROFESSIONAL TEACHING STRATEGIES 6-12 3.00 Credits

This course in instructional design focuses on the acquisition and integration of basic pedagogical knowledge, skills and dispositions related to secondary teaching methods necessary to design, develop, deliver and evaluate effective instruction. Teacher candidates will become familiar with a variety of traditional and contemporary teaching models to meet the needs of a culturally and intellectually diverse classroom population. Includes a demonstration of requisite knowledge, skills, and dispositions through authorship of a course rationale and syllabus and unit plan templates, completing videotaped mini-teaching lessons and passing quizzes and the course examination Pre-requisite: Admission to the Secondary Teacher Education Program. This course is not available to students who have successfully completed ED 454 prior to Fall 2003.

ED-460 PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP IN EDUCATION 6-12 3.00-12.00 Credits

The integration and application of pedagogical knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to successfully design, develop, deliver, and evaluate instruction during a semester-long internship with an on-site secondary teacher educator. Interns are asked to utilize a variety of traditional and contemporary teaching strategies, aids, materials, and activities to meet the needs of a culturally and intellectually diverse classroom population. Interns will participate in regular seminars, lectures, and/or laboratory sessions in support of their internship activities. The intern should have a means of transportation to the internship school. Pre-requisite: Successful completion of all Phase I and Phase II requirements. Pre-requisite: Admission into the Secondary Education Program. Co-requisites: ED 452 and SE 407. Graded P/F only.

ED-461 PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP IN EDUCATION K-12 3.00-12.00 Credits

For candidates seeking K-12 teaching certificates, the integration and application of pedagogical knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to successfully design, develop, deliver, and evaluate instruction during a semester-long internship with on-site K-12 teacher educators. Interns are asked to utilize a variety of traditional and contemporary teaching strategies, aids, materials, and activities to meet the needs of a culturally and intellectually diverse classroom population. Interns will participate in regular seminars, lectures, and/or laboratory sessions in support of their internship activities. The intern should have a means of transportation to the internship school. Pre-requisite: Successful completion of all Phase I and Phase II requirements. Pre-requisite: Admission into the Secondary Education Program. Co-requisites: ED 452 and SE 407. Graded P/F only.

ED-471 ACTION RESEARCH FOR TEACHERS 3.00 Credits

This course is to help familiarize teachers with fundamental concepts of classroom-based action research, an alternative to traditional research that aims to improve some aspect of classroom instruction. Includes a series of reflective exercises and concludes with an action research activity. May be repeated in order to continue or conclude the activity or engage in a second action research activity. Pre-requisite: Instructor's approval.

ED-485 GRANT WRITING 1.00 Credit

ED-490 DIRECTED STUDY IN EDUCATION 1.00-14.00 Credits

ED-491 WORKSHOP IN EDUCATION 1.00-3.00 Credits

Graded P/F only.

ED-491A WORKSHOP IN EDUCATION 1.00-12.00 Credits

ED-492 SPECIAL TOPICS IN EDUCATION 1.00-3.00 Credits

ED-494 INTERNSHIP IN EDUCATION 1.00-12.00 Credits

ED-495 PRACTICUM IN EDUCATION 1.00-12.00 Credits

ED-499 RESEARCH PROJECT AND SEMINAR IN EDUCATION 1.00-12.00 Credits

EDGT-410 FOUND GIFTED/TALENTED EDUCATION 3.00 Credits

This online course will familiarize the student with the broad subject of education for gifted and talented (GT) students. The course, designed to be completed on an individual study basis, is appropriate for parents, home schooled students, and classroom teachers. It is an activity-based course and includes fourteen lessons that correspond to the textbook chapters. Students will complete an assigned activity in each lesson and correlate the activity to the Idaho Standards for Gifted and Talented Education so that students' performance and products in this course serve as evidence of their attainment of the standards. Occasionally students will be asked to make contributions to a bulletin board discussion. This is the entry course for the sequence of courses that lead to GT endorsement.

EDGT-420 CREATIVITY AND CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS FOR GIFTED AND TALENTED STUDENTS 3.00 Credits

This online course, intended for parents, teachers, home schooled students, coordinators and supervisors of GT learners, is activity-based and designed to be completed on an individual basis. The course will help familiarize students with the general theoretical basis for creativity and critical thinking, specific teaching exercises and lesson plans, and sources for additional materials for developing creativity and critical thinking with GT learners. Efforts will be directed toward the completion of a notebook of ideas, exercises, and resources that the student may wish to reference in future work with GT learners. Studies include reading text chapters and surfing the web in search of additional information. Students will be asked to make contributions to a bulletin board discussion. The final examination will take the form of a reflective essay. Pre/Co-requisite: EDGT 410.

EDGT-430 SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL NEEDS OF GIFTED AND TALENTED STUDENTS 3.00 Credits

This online course, intended for parents, teachers, home schooled students, coordinators and supervisors of GT learners, is activity-based and designed to be completed on an individual basis. The course will help familiarize students with the social and emotional needs of GT children and adolescents. The content includes identifying special problems and issues, techniques for individual and group adjustment, academic and career counseling, identification and assessment tools, counseling learning disabled GT students, multicultural counseling, and consideration of social development, leadership, and gender issues. In completing the course, students will read assigned text chapters and answer review questions about the chapter's contents. Each chapter includes either one or more questions for discussion or an application activity. The final examination will take the form of essay questions. Pre/Co-requisite: EDGT 410.

EDGT-440 CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION FOR GIFTED AND TALENTED STUDENTS 3.00 Credits

This online course, intended for parents, teachers, home schooled students, coordinators and supervisors of GT learners, is activity-based and designed to be completed on an individual basis. The course will familiarize students with curricula for GT learners through identification of appropriate programs and resources as well as the adaptation of traditional content areas. Efforts will be directed toward the completion of a notebook of curricula information and resources that the students may wish to reference in future work with GT learners. Studies will include reading text chapters and surfing the web in search of additional information. Students will be asked to make contributions to a bulletin board discussion. The final examination will take the form of a reflective essay. Pre/Co-requisite: EDGT 410.

EDGT-450 INTERNSHIP AND PROGRAM DESIGN FOR GIFTED AND TALENTED EDUCATION 3.00 Credits

This online course is activity-based and designed to be completes on an individual study basis. The course will provide the student with opportunities to design and complete a professional internship in a school during which he/she works with GT students, assesses needs, and design instructional activities appropriate for these students. Students must accrue 90 clock hours of supervised on-site field experience to meet internship requirements. Students will be provided wide latitude in designing experiences that reflect their unique needs, situation, and teaching experience. Pre/Co-requisites: Instructor's approval, EDGT 410, EDGT 420, and EDGT 440.

EDGT-460 CRITICAL ISSUES IN GIFTED AND TALENTED EDUCATION: MERITOCRACY, ELITISM AND EQUALITARIANISM 3.00 Credits

This online course, intended for parents, teachers, home schooled students, coordinators and supervisors of GT learners, is activity-based and designed to be completed on an individual basis. The course will help familiarize students with the apparently contradictory yet complimentary concepts of meritocracy, elitism and equalitarianism. Efforts will be directed toward the completion of a research paper in which students attempt to synthesize these concepts together with an exposition of their personal beliefs and values regarding GT education. The course is intended to be informative and to stretch thinking in the tradition of creativity and critical thinking associated with GT education. Pre/Co-requisites: EDGT 410, 420, and 440.

EDGT-470 READINGS IN GIFTED AND TALENTED EDUCATION 2.00 Credits

This online course, intended for parents, teachers, home schooled students, coordinators and supervisors of GT learners, is activity-based and designed to be completed on an individual basis. The course will provide the student with an opportunity to select and pursue a topic of personal interest related to GT education through a structured program of readings and reflections. Pre/Co-requisites: EDGT 410, 420, and 440.

HLTH-101 INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH PROFESSIONS 1.00 Credit

This course is for students interested in prospective health professions. It will explore the various health-related programs at LCSC and develop successful study habits for science-related curriculum.

HLTH-215 ELEMENTARY HEALTH SCIENCE/METHODS 3.00 Credits

A course for teachers. Topics include wellness, fitness, nutrition, weight control, human sexuality, disease prevention, substance use and abuse, injury prevention and emergency care, environmental health, consumerism, mental and emotional wellness. Writing integrated. Fee required.

HLTH-245 DEATH AND DYING 1.00 Credit

Trends and patterns in death and dying including cross-cultural and historical perspectives, death in popular culture, demography of death, grief and bereavement, dying patient's perspectives and ethical dilemmas.

HLTH-246 HUMAN SEXUALITY 1.00 Credit

An overview of biological, behavioral and cultural aspects of human sexuality including study of gender, sexually transmitted diseases, pregnancy and sexual dysfunction.

HLTH-247 STRESS MANAGEMENT 1.00 Credit

Reviews the physical, social and psychological aspects of the human stress response. Provides students with an increased personal awareness of their own stress and a practical application of relaxation and stress reduction techniques.

HLTH-248 BEHAVIOR CHANGE 1.00 Credit

This course provides a comprehensive overview of behavior change as it relates to public and personal health. The course includes content on lifestyle change and prevention and chronic disease management, with a focus on specific behaviors (i.e. diet and nutrition, tobacco use) and chronic illness (i.e diabetes, heart disease). This course will introduce students to the various theoretical models of health behavior change and how they relate to both individuals and diverse communities. Barriers and facilitators of lifestyle change and disease management will be covered, as well as the psychosocial predictors of behavior. Health related behavior change strategies including, but not limited to, topics such as physical activity, nutrition, stress reduction, tobacco cessation and obesity will all be addressed. The course will also include an introduction to the science behind multiple-risk behavior change and other future directions of the emerging field of health behavior change.

HLTH-253 NUTRITION 3.00 Credits

Principles of life span nutrition. Includes study of nutritional needs during exercise and the influence social, economical, and ethnic factors play in dietary habits and attitudes. Pre-requisite: ENGL 101 or appropriate placement score and MATH 025 or appropriate placement score.

HLTH-272 FITNESS AND WELLNESS 3.00 Credits

Provides students with skills and knowledge to practice health-enhancing behaviors and reduce health risks to themselves and others. Focuses on holistic health, exercise, nutrition, substance use and abuse, stress management, posture, care of the back and neck, prevention of cancer and sexually transmitted diseases. Students will use goal-setting and decision-making skills that enhance health. Lecture and participation in physical activity. Cross-listed with KIN 272. Course fee.

HLTH-288 BASIC FIRST AID/CPR/AED 1.00 Credit

This course is designed to give students the confidence, skills, and knowledge to act in an emergency situation. The class content includes injury prevention and safety techniques. Upon satisfactory completion of skills tests and written examinations, each student will have the opportunity to obtain a CPR/AED and First Aid card from the American Red Cross.

HLTH-290 DIRECTED STUDY IN HEALTH 1.00-12.00 Credits

HLTH-291 WORKSHOP IN HEALTH 1.00-12.00 Credits

HLTH-292 SPECIAL TOPICS IN HEALTH 1.00-12.00 Credits

HLTH-295 PRACTICUM IN HEALTH 1.00-12.00 Credits

HLTH-299 RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP 1.00-12.00 Credits

HLTH-342 COMMUNITY HEALTH 3.00 Credits

An overview of health in world communities. Topics include diseases, environmental health, consumer health, school and workplace health, public health policy, global organizations and issues. Students will learn how to access valid health-enhancing products and services.

HLTH-352 TECHNOLOGIES FOR HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROFESSIONALS 3.00 Credits

Strategies and skills for the development, utilization and evaluation of instructional media for program administration, health promotion and teaching in health clubs, corporations, youth organizations, public health, and schools. Fee required.

HLTH-354 ADDICTION AND PERFORMANCE 2.00 Credits

Drug use and abuse is perhaps the biggest challenge facing sport today. However, in the eye of the storm of public and press opinion and with medals and morals at stake, it can be difficult to gain a clear perspective on this complex issue. This course will explore the hard science behind drug use in sport as well as the ethical, social, political and administrative context. Key topics include: Mode of action and side effects of each major class of drugs used in sport Cutting edge issues such as gene doping and athlete biological passports Latest doping control regulations of the WADA Issues surrounding non-prohibited substances and ergogenic aids in supplements Assessment of the prevalence of drug taking in sport.

HLTH-390 DIRECTED STUDY IN HEALTH 1.00-12.00 Credits

HLTH-391 WORKSHOP IN HEALTH 1.00-12.00 Credits

HLTH-392 SPECIAL TOPICS IN HEALTH 1.00-12.00 Credits

HLTH-395 PRACTICUM IN HEALTH 1.00-12.00 Credits

HLTH-399 RESEARCH ASSISTANSHIP 1.00-12.00 Credits

Graded P/F only.

HLTH-453 HEALTH PROMOTION 3.00 Credits

This course covers the design, implementation and evaluation of personal, worksite, school and community health promotion programs with a focus on social health marketing. The course explores methods used in both health promotion and health education that is purposely designed to guide individuals and groups toward a healthier lifestyle. Health Promotion will introduce students on the methods and strategies needed to facilitate support groups, select presentation methods, develop effective presentations, develop and select print materials and how to work with media at both the individual and community level. This course will also teach students how to develop the professionalism skills needed today to be a successful health educator or health promotion specialist. At the conclusion of this course students will be able to effectively communicate health education messages and positively influence the norms and behaviors of both individuals and communities in todays multicultural society.

HLTH-454 WELLNESS COACHING 2.00 Credits

In this course, students will learn to implement theory-based Wellness Coaching strategies to promote and motivate positive psychology and behavior changes that can be used by corporations, clinicians, worksite settings and personal Coaches. Skills learned in this course are versatile and can be used by counselors or individuals interested in life, health, fitness or wellness coaching.

HLTH-490 DIRECTED STUDY IN HEALTH 1.00-12.00 Credits

HLTH-491 WORKSHOP IN HEALTH 1.00-12.00 Credits

HLTH-492 SPECIAL TOPICS IN HEALTH 1.00-12.00 Credits

HLTH-494 INTERNSHIP IN HEALTH 1.00-12.00 Credits

Application of advanced coursework, skills and knowledge to a supervised, practical experience in Kinesiology, Sports Administration, Coaching, Physical Education, Sports Medicine, Physical/Occupational Therapy, Fitness and Wellness. Pre-requisite: Instructor's permission.

HLTH-495 PRACTICUM IN HEALTH 1.00-12.00 Credits

HLTH-499 RESEARCH PROJECT AND SEMINAR IN HEALTH 1.00-12.00 Credits

KIN-120A BALLET 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-120B BALLROOM DANCE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-120C BELLY DANCE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-120D CELTIC DANCE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-120E COUNTRY/WESTERN DANCE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-120F FOLK DANCE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-120G HAWAIIAN DANCE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-120H HIP HOP DANCE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-120J JAZZ DANCE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-120K LATIN DANCE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-120M LINE DANCE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-120N MODERN/CONTEMPORARY DANCE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-120P SQUARE DANCE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-120Q SOCIAL DANCE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-120R SWING DANCE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-120S SWING COUNTRY WESTERN DANCE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-120T TAP DANCE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-120U ZUMBA DANCE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-121A BALLET-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of dance course including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-121B BALLROOM DANCE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of dance course including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-121C BELLY DANCE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of dance course including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-121D CELTIC DANCE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of dance course including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-121E COUNTRY/WESTERN DANCE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of dance course including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-121F FOLK DANCE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of dance course including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-121G HAWAIIAN DANCE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of dance course including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-121H HIP HOP DANCE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of dance course including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-121J JAZZ DANCE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of dance course including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-121K LATIN DANCE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of dance course including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-121M LINE DANCE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of dance course including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-121N MODERN/CONTEMPORARY DANCE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of dance course including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-121P SQUARE DANCE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of dance course including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-121Q SOCIAL DANCE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of dance course including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-121R SWING DANCE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of dance course including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-121S SWING COUNTRY WESTERN DANCE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of dance course including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-121T TAP DANCE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of dance course including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-121U ZUMBA DANCE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of dance course including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-122A BALLET-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-122B BALLROOM DANCE-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-122C BELLY DANCE-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-122D CELTIC DANCE-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-122E COUNTRY WESTERN DANCE-INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-122F FOLK DANCE-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-122G HAWAIIAN DANCE-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-122H HIP HOP DANCE-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-122J JAZZ DANCE-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-122K LATIN DANCE-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-122M LINE DANCE-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-122N MODERN/CONTEMPORARY DANCE-INTERMEDITE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-122P SQUARE DANCE-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-122Q SOCIAL DANCE-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-122R SWING DANCE-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-122S SWING COUNTRY WESTERN DANCE- INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-122T TAP DANCE-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-122U ZUMBA DANCE-INTERMEDITE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of dance courses including but not limited to ballet, ballroom, belly, hip hop, jazz, line, modern/contemporary, square, and swing dance. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130A BURN/FIRM SPORT CONDITIONING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130B BODY SCULPTING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130C BOOT CAMP FITNESS 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130D CONDITIONING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130E CONDITIONING FOR ATHLETES 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130F FITNESS 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130G JOGGING AND CONDITIONING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130H PILATES 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130I AEROBIC CONDITIONING 2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including, but not limited to, body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training, and yoga. Courses are graded pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130J RUN/WALK/JOG 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130K SPINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130L AEROBIC DANCE 2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including, but not limited to, body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training, and yoga. Courses are graded pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130M STEP AEROBICS 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130N STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130O HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING 2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including, but not limited to, body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training, and yoga. Courses are graded pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130P T'AI CHI 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130Q T'AI CHI-MEDITATION 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130R TRX STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130S WEIGHT TRAINING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130T YOGA-HATHA 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130U YOGA-MEDITATION 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130V YOGA RETREAT WEEKEND 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130W XFIT 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130X FITNESS YOGA 2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including, but not limited to, body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training, and yoga. Courses are graded pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130Y HOT YOGA 2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including, but not limited to, body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training, and yoga. Courses are graded pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-130Z ABS, HIPS, GLUTES 2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including, but not limited to, body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training, and yoga. Courses are graded pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131A BURN/FIRM SPORT CONDITIONING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131B BODY SCULPTING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131C BOOT CAMP FITNESS-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction In a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131D CONDITIONING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131E CONDITIONING FOR ATHLETES-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131F FITNESS-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131G JOGGING AND CONDITIONING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131H PILATES-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131I AEROBIC CONDITIONING-BEGINNING 2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including, but not limited to, body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, T'ai Chi, weight training, and yoga. Courses are graded pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131J RUN/WALK/JOG-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131K SPINNING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction on a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131L AEROBIC DANCE-BEGINNING 2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including, but not limited to, body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, T'ai Chi, weight training, and yoga. Courses are graded pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131M STEP AEROBICS-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131N STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131O HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING - BEG 2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including, but not limited to, body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, T'ai Chi, weight training, and yoga. Courses are graded pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131P T'AI CHI-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131Q T'AI CHI-MEDITATION-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131R TRX STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131S WEIGHT TRAINING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131T YOGA-HATHA-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131U YOGA-MEDITATION-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131V YOGA RETREAT WEEKEND-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131W XFIT-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning , step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131X FITNESS YOGA-BEGINNING 2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including, but not limited to, body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, T'ai Chi, weight training, and yoga. Courses are graded pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131Y HOT YOGA-BEGINNING 2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including, but not limited to, body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, T'ai Chi, weight training, and yoga. Courses are graded pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-131Z ABS, HIPS, GLUTES-BEGINNING 2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including, but not limited to, body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, T'ai Chi, weight training, and yoga. Courses are graded pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132A BURN/FIRM SPORT CONDITIONING- INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132B BODY SCULPTING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132C BOOT CAMP FITNESS-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132D CONDITIONING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132E CONDITIONING FOR ATHLETES-INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132F FITNESS-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132G JOGGING AND CONDITIONING-INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction on a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132H PILATES-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132I AEROBIC CONDITIONING-INT/ADV 2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including, but not limited to, body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training, and yoga. Courses are graded pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132J RUN/WALK/JOG-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132K SPINNING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132L AEROBIC DANCE-INT/ADV 2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including, but not limited to, body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training, and yoga. Courses are graded pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132M STEP AEROBICS-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132N STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING-INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction In a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132O HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING-INT/ADV 2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including, but not limited to, body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training, and yoga. Courses are graded pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132P T'AI CHI-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132Q T'AI CHI-MEDITATION-INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132R TRX STRENGHT DEVELOPMENT-INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132S WEIGHT TRAINING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132T YOGA-HATHA-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132U YOGA-MEDITATION-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132V YOGA RETREAT WEEKEND-INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132W XFIT-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including but not limited to bodysculpting, jogging/conditioning , pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training and yoga. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132X FITNESS YOGA-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including, but not limited to, body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training, and yoga. Courses are graded pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132Y HOT YOGA-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including, but not limited to, body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training, and yoga. Courses are graded pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-132Z ABS, HIPS, GLUTES-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of fitness and group exercise courses including, but not limited to, body sculpting, jogging/conditioning, pilates, spinning, step aerobics, T'ai Chi, weight training, and yoga. Courses are graded pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140A ARCHERY 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140B BADMINTON 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140C BILLIARDS 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140D BOWLING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140E DISC GOLF 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140F GOLF 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140G GYMNASTICS 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140H HANDBALL 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140J ICE SKATING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140K PICKLEBALL 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140M SHOTGUN SHOOTING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140N STUNTS AND TUMBLING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140P TENNIS 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140Q TRACK AND FIELD 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140R TRIATHALON 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140S RACQUETBALL 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140T RECREATIONAL SPORTS 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140U RIFLERY 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140V TABLE TENNIS 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-140W WRESTLING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141A ARCHERY-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141B BADMINTON-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141C BILLIARDS-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141D BOWLING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141E DISC GOLF-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141F GOLF-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141G GYMNASTICS-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141H HANDBALL-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141J ICE SKATING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141K PICKLEBALL-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141M SHOTGUN SHOOTING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141N STUNTS AND TUMBLING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141P TENNIS-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141Q TRACK AND FIELD-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141R TRIATHALON-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141S RACQUETBALL-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141T RECREATIONAL SPORTS-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141U RIFLERY-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141V TABLE TENNIS-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-141W WRESTLING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142A ARCHERY-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142B BADMINTON-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142C BILLARDS-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142D BOWLING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142E DISC GOLF-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142F GOLF-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142G GYMNASTICS-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142H HANDBALL-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142J ICE SKATING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142K PICKLEBALL-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142M SHOTGUN SHOOTING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142N STUNTS AND TUMBLING-INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142P TENNIS-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142Q TRACK AND FIELD-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142R TRIATHALON-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142S RACQUETBALL-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142T RECREATIONAL SPORTS-INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142U RIFLERY-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142V TABLE TENNIS-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-142W WRESTLING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to archery, badminton, bowling, bicycling, disc golf, golf, shot gun shooting, gymnastics, tennis, track and field, racquetball, wrestling. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-150 TEAM SPORTS 1.00-2.00 Credits

Flag football, field and floor hockey, softball, basketball, volleyball, soccer, team handball, speedball, baseball. Graded P/F only. Some courses require fees.

KIN-150A AIKIDO 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-150B CHI GONG 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-150C FITNESS: 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-150D FITNESS: 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-150E FITNESS: 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-150F HAPKIDO 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-150G JUDO 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-150H KARATE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-150J KICKBOXING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-150K KICKBOXING-FITNESS 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-150M MIXED MARTIAL ARTS 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-150N SELF DEFENSE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-150P TAE KWON DO 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-151A AIKIDO-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-151B CHI GONG-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-151C FITNESS-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-151D FITNESS-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-151E FITNESS-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-151F HAPKIDO-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-151G JUDO-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-151H KARATE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-151J KICKBOXING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-151K KICKBOXING-FITNESS-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-151M MIXED MARTIAL ARTS-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-151N SELF DEFENSE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-151P TAE KWON DO-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-152A AIKIDO-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-152B CHI GONG-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-152C FITNESS-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-152D FITNESS-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-152E FITNESS-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-152F HAPKIDO-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-152G JUDO-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-152H KARATE-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-152J KICKBOXING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-152K KICKBOXING-FITNESS-INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-152M MIXED MARTIAL ARTS-INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-152N SELF DEFENSE-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-152P TAE KWON DO-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to judo, karate, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, self defense. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-160 INDIVIDUAL AND DUAL SPORTS 1.00 Credit

Archery, badminton, cycling, bowling, tennis, track and field, golf, racquetball, wrestling, gymnastics, conditioning, skiing, backpacking, martial arts, aerobics, weight training, jazzercise, billiards, jogging, stretch/flexibility training. Graded P/F only. Some courses require fees.

KIN-160A BACKPACKING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing, horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-160B BICYCLING-ROAD 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing, horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-160C BICYCLING-MOUNTAIN 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing, horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-160D CLIMBING-ROCK 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing, horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-160E CLIMBING-INDOOR 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing, horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-160F HIKING/CAMPING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing, horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-160G HORSEBACK RIDING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing, horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-160H HORSE PACKING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing, horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-160J HUNTER EDUCATION 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing, horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-160K ORIENTEERING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing, horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-160M SKIING-DOWNHILL 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing, horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-160N SKIING-CROSS COUNTRY 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing, horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-160P SNOW BOARDING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing, horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-160Q SNOW SHOEING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing, horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-161A BACKPACKING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-161B BICYCLING-ROAD-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-161C BICYCLING-MOUNTAIN-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-161D CLIMBING-ROCK-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-161E CLIMBING-INDOOR-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-161F HIKING/CAMPING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-161G HORSEBACK RIDING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-161H HORSE PACKING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-161J HUNTER EDUCATION-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-161K ORIENTEERING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-161M SKIING-DOWNHILL-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-161N SKIING-CROSS COUNTRY-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-161P SNOW BOARDING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-161Q SNOW SHOEING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping, climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-162A BACKPACKING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping,climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing,snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-162B BICYCLING-ROAD-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping,climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing,snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-162C BICYCLING-MOUNTAIN-INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping,climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing,snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-162D CLIMBING-ROCK-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping,climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing,snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-162E CLIMBING-INDOOR-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping,climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing,snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-162F HIKING/CAMPING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping,climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing,snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-162G HORSEBACK RIDING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping,climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing,snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-162H HORSE PACKING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping,climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing,snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-162J HUNTER EDUCATION-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping,climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing,snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-162K ORIENTEERING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping,climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing,snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-162M SKIING-DOWNHILL-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping,climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing,snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-162N SKIING-CROSS COUNTRY-INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping,climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing,snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-162P SNOW BOARDING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping,climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing,snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-162Q SNOW SHOEING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to backpacking, bicycling, camping,climbing,horseback riding, hunter education, skiing,snowboarding, snow shoeing. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-170 DANCE 1.00-2.00 Credits

Folk, social, square, jazz, modern, country swing, and line dances. Graded P/F only. Some courses require fees.

KIN-170A BASEBALL 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-170B BASKETBALL 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-170C FIELD HOCKEY 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-170D FOOTBALL 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-170E FOOTBALL-FLAG 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-170F ICE HOCKEY 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-170G LACROSSE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-170H RUGBY 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-170J SOCCER 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-170K SOFTBALL 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-170M SPEEDBALL 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-170N TEAM HANDBALL 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-170P ULTIMATE FRISBEE 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-170Q VOLLEYBALL 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-170R VOLLEYBALL-SAND 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-171A BASEBALL-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-171B BASKETBALL-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-171C FIELD HOCKEY-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-171D FOOTBALL-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-171E FOOTBALL-FLAG-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-171F ICE HOCKEY-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-171G LACROSSE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-171H RUGBY-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-171J SOCCER-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-171K SOFTBALL-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-171M SPEEDBALL-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-171N TEAM HANDBALL-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-171P ULTIMATE FRISBEE-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-171Q VOLLEYBALL-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-171R VOLLEYBALL-SAND-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-172A BASEBALL-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-172B BASKETBALL-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-172C FIELD HOCKEY-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-172D FOOTBALL-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-172E FOOTBALL-FLAG-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-172F ICE HOCKEY-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-172G LACROSSE-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-172H RUGBY-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-172J SOCCER-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-172K SOFTBALL-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-172M SPEEDBALL-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-172N TEAM HANDBALL-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-172P ULTIMATE FRISBEE-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-172Q VOLLEYBALL-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-172R VOLLEYBALL-SAND-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, soccer,softball, team handball, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180 AQUATICS 1.00 Credit

Swimming, sailing, canoeing, rafting, fly and bait casting, sculling, aquatic conditioning, lifesaving, water safety instructor. Graded P/F only. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180A AEROBICS-AQUA 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180B AEROBICS-SWIM FITNESS 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180C AEROBICS-WATER 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180D AQUATIC CONDITIONING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180E CANOEING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180F DIVING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180G FISHING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180H FLY FISHING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180J LIFE GUARD CERTIFICATION 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180K PADDLE AND ROW 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180M RAFTING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180N ROWING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180P SAILING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180Q SCUBA-PADI OPEN WATER 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180R SWIM LESSONS 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180S SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180T WATER GAMES 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180U WATER POLO 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180V WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180W WATERSKIING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-180X WATER WALKERS 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181A AEROBICS-AQUA-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181B AEROBICS-SWIM FITNESS-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181C AEROBICS-WATER-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181D AQUATIC CONDITIONING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181E CANOEING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181F DIVING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181G FISHING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181H FLY FISHING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181J LIFE GUARD CERTIFICATION-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181K PADDLE AND ROW-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181M RAFTING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181N ROWING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181P SAILING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181Q SCUBA-PADI OPEN WATER-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181R SWIMMING LESSONS-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181S SYNCHRONIZED SWIM-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181T WATER GAMES-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181U WATER POLO-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181V WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION- BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181W WATERSKIING-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-181X WATER WALKERS-BEGINNING 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes beginning instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182A AEROBICS-AQUA-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182B AEROBICS-SWIM FITNESS-INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182C AEROBICS-WATER-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182D AQUATIC CONDITIONING-INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182E CANOEING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182F DIVING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182G FISHING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182H FLY FISHING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182J LIFE GUARD CERTIFICATION-INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182K PADDLE AND ROW-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182M RAFTING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182N ROWING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182P SAILING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182Q SCUBA-PADI OPEN WATER-INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182R SWIMMING LESSONS-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182S SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING-INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182T WATER GAMES-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182U WATER POLO-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182V WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION- INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182W WATERSKIING-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-182X WATER WALKERS-INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED 1.00-2.00 Credits

This course number sequence includes intermediate/advanced instruction in a variety of courses including but not limited to aquatic conditioning, canoeing, fly casting, life guard certification, paddle/row, rafting, scuba diving, swim lessons, water games, Water Safety Instructor certification (WSI), water aerobics, water walkers. Courses are graded Pass/Fail. Some courses require fees.

KIN-190 DIRECTED STUDY IN KINESIOLOGY 1.00-12.00 Credits

KIN-192 SPECIAL TOPICS IN KINESIOLOGY 1.00-12.00 Credits

Selected topics of current interest related to coaching , sport administration, fitness and wellness.

KIN-216 PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR THE ELEMENTARY TEACHER 2.00 Credits

Designed to aid the classroom teacher in developing and implementing physical education programs in elementary and middle schools. Cross-listed with ED 216.

KIN-241 SPORTS OFFICIATING 2.00 Credits

General mechanics of game administration and officiating football, basketball, softball, baseball, volleyball and/or soccer. Following study of rules and sport specific techniques, the student will practice by officiating games.

KIN-248 SPORTS MEDICINE 3.00 Credits

Laboratory and classroom experience related to the cause, prevention, rehabilitation and care of sports injuries. General principles of injury prevention and safety will be covered. This class is designed for coaches, teachers and those interested in sports medicine. Fee required.

KIN-260 INTRODUCTION TO KINESIOLOGY AND HEALTH 1.00 Credit

An introductory course for students interested in careers in sport administration, coaching, exercise science, personal training, corporate fitness and wellness, recreation, and physical education teaching. An overview of careers, professional literature and organizations, current issues, philosophy, and history.

KIN-261 SKILL AND ANALYSIS: COURT SPORTS 1.00 Credit

This course is designed for the personal improvement in the skill and knowledge necessary to teach and participate in Court Sports such as: pickle-ball, badminton, tennis, basketball, volleyball, etc. This will occur through a survey of applications and techniques of the sports as well as classroom management practices. Students will also establish competence in safety considerations and appropriate teaching progressions. This class will prepare students to teach Court Sports in a sequential and developmental manner. Material can be applied to schools, recreation programs and coaching.

KIN-262 SKILL AND ANALYSIS: FIELD SPORTS 1.00 Credit

This course is designed for the personal improvement in the skill and knowledge necessary to teach and participate in Field Sports such as: softball, Ultimate Frisbee, soccer, flag football, etc. This will occur through a survey of applications and techniques of the sports as well as classroom management practices. Students will also establish competence in safety considerations and appropriate teaching progressions. This class will prepare students to teach Field Sports in a sequential and developmental manner. Material can be applied to schools, recreation programs and coaching.

KIN-267 SKILL/ANALYSIS: STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT 1.00 Credit

This course is designed to give the student a working knowledge of strength development and its many benefits. Class time will be devoted to learning proper techniques, program design, and the many variations in training. The skills and knowledge gained in this class will prepare each student to work with a variety of clients in developing muscle endurance and strength for enhanced health and performance.

KIN-268 SKILL AND ANALYSIS:CORE AND FLEXIBILITY 1.00 Credit

This course is designed to give students interested in personal training, strength and conditioning coaches and other fitness professionals the working knowledge needed to provide safe, effective and appropriate core and flexibility programs. The course will teach students to recognize dysfunctional movement patterns and identify weak or tight muscles of the core, the central region of the human body, consisting of musculoskeletal structures from the abdomen, the spine, the pelvis and the hips (Kibler et al. 2006). With this knowledge students will learn how to design a core training program based on the individual goals, needs and fitness levels of clients. The course will also introduce stretching methodology and evidence-based program designs. Numerous flexibility exercises that can be used to develop safe, effective stretching programs that address increased flexibility, enhanced athletic performance and the reduction of injuries will be covered. This course is essential for strength and conditioning coaches, personal trainers, group fitness instructors or rehabilitation professionals.

KIN-269 SKILL AND ANALYSIS: EDUCATIONAL GYM&MOV 1.00 Credit

This course is designed for the personal improvement in the skill of in Educational Gymnastics (EG) and Movement Forms (MF) through a survey of applications and techniques of the activities as well as classroom management practices. This class will prepare students to teach EG and MF in a sequential and developmental manner. Material can be applied to schools, recreation programs and coaching.

KIN-272 FITNESS AND WELLNESS 3.00 Credits

Provides students with skills and knowledge to practice health-enhancing behaviors and reduce health risks to themselves and others. Focuses on holistic health, exercise, nutrition, substance use and abuse, stress management, posture, care of the back and neck, prevention of cancer and sexually transmitted diseases. Students will use goal-setting and decision-making skills that enhance health. Lecture and participation in physical activity. Fee required. Cross-listed with HLTH 272.

KIN-290 DIRECTED STUDY IN KINESIOLOGY 1.00-12.00 Credits

KIN-291 WORKSHOP IN KINESIOLOGY 1.00-12.00 Credits

Workshops in Kinesiology, Physical Education, Athletics, Sports Medicine, and/or Health Promotion.

KIN-292 SPECIAL TOPICS IN KINESIOLOGY 1.00-12.00 Credits

Selected topics of current interest related to coaching , sport administration, fitness and wellness.

KIN-295 PRACTICUM IN KINESIOLOGY 1.00-12.00 Credits

KIN-299 RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP 1.00-12.00 Credits

Graded P/F only.

KIN-340 ADVANCED COACHING THEORY 2.00 Credits

This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed for success in the coaching profession. In addition, students will understand how to use their skill set in a practical and applied manner. Topics to be covered include, but are not limited to, building a coaching philosophy, recruiting practices and principles, camp design and facilitation, and understanding and implementing the NASPE National Coaching Standards. Students who complete this course will also complete the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) fundamentals of Coaching Certification.

KIN-341 TECHNIQUES AND METHODS OF COACHING BASKETBALL 2.00 Credits

Examines skill development, coaching techniques, offensive and defensive styles of play, game strategies, conditioning techniques, and care and selection of equipment. Reviews current research and issues.

KIN-342 TECHNIQUES AND METHODS OF COACHING BASEBALL 2.00 Credits

Examines skill development, coaching techniques, offensive and defensive styles of play, game strategies, conditioning techniques, and care and selection of equipment. Applications made to the coaching of softball. Reviews current research and issues.

KIN-343 TECHNIQUES AND METHODS OF COACHING TRACK AND FIELD 2.00 Credits

Examines skill development, coaching techniques, offensive and defensive styles of play, game strategies, conditioning techniques, and care and selection of equipment. Reviews current research and issues.

KIN-344 TECHNIQUES AND METHODS OF COACHING FOOTBALL 2.00 Credits

Examines skill development, coaching techniques, offensive and defensive styles of play, game strategies, conditioning techniques, and care and selection of equipment. Reviews current research and issues.

KIN-345 TECHNIQUES AND METHODS OF COACHING VOLLEYBALL 2.00 Credits

Examines skill development, coaching techniques, offensive and defensive styles of play, game strategies, conditioning techniques, and care and selection of equipment. Reviews current research and issues.

KIN-346 TECHNIQUES AND METHODS OF COACHING SOCCER 2.00 Credits

Examines skill development, coaching techniques, offensive and defensive styles of play, game strategies, conditioning techniques, and care and selection of equipment. Reviews current research and issues.

KIN-347 TECHNIQUES AND METHODS OF COACHING TENNIS AND GOLF 2.00 Credits

Examines skill development, coaching techniques, offensive and defensive styles of play, game strategies, conditioning techniques, and care and selection of equipment. Reviews current research and issues.

KIN-349 TECHNIQUES AND METHODS OF COACHING WRESTLING 2.00 Credits

Examines skill development, coaching techniques, offensive and defensive styles of play, game strategies, conditioning techniques, and care and selection of equipment. Reviews current research and issues.

KIN-352 YOUTH SPORTS AND RECREATION 3.00 Credits

Methods, materials and practice in performing, teaching and coaching K-8 age appropriate physical activity. Includes assessment techniques, curriculum design and organizational procedures for teacher education students. Pre-requisite: Sophomore standing. Fee required.

KIN-355 STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES 3.00 Credits

Designed to prepare students who will teach or coach sports and physical activity to adolescents and adults in schools as well as in private and public recreation programs. Focuses on lesson design, best teaching/coaching practices, program planning, organization and administration. Includes participation and skill analysis in a variety of activities. Fee required.

KIN-361 BIOMECHANICS LABORATORY 1.00 Credit

Laboratory component of the biomechanics course. Emphasis will be place on the application of concepts learned in lecture to rehabilitation and sport situations. This will occur through hands-on activities and experiments involving contemporary forms of biomechanical instrumentation. Pre-requisite/co-requisite: KIN 363.

KIN-362 BIOMECHANICS 3.00 Credits

The anatomical and mechanical analysis of the body in motion. Pre-requisite: BIOL 175 or BIOL 252 and MATH 025 or appropriate placement score.

KIN-363 PHYSIOLOGY OF EXERCISE 3.00 Credits

The study of how the human body adapts physiologically to the acute stress of exercise or physical activity, and the chronic stress of physical training. Fee required. Recommended pre-requisite: KIN/HLTH 272 and/or BIOL 175 or BIOL 252.

KIN-364 EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY 1.00 Credit

The application of physiological principles toward understanding the physiological adjustments that occur to maintain homeostasis in the exercising human. Pre-requisite/co-requisite: KIN 362.

KIN-370 MOTOR LEARNING/MOTOR DEVELOPMENT 3.00 Credits

Provides the teacher, coach, or self-instructing athlete with a comprehensive understanding of the developmental (physical, psychological, and social) processes involved in the learning of sport skills. Explores useful training ideas for all types of performers (beginners-advanced, young-old, male-female) in all types of sports and wellness professionals.

KIN-381 TESTS AND MEASUREMENTS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3.00 Credits

The study of basic statistical methods and research design as applied in Kinesiology. Pre-requisite: A grade of 'C' or better in MATH 025 or appropriate placement score.

KIN-390 DIRECTED STUDY IN KINESIOLOGY 1.00-12.00 Credits

KIN-391 WORKSHOP IN KINESIOLOGY 1.00-12.00 Credits

KIN-392 SPECIAL TOPICS IN KINESIOLOGY 1.00-12.00 Credits

KIN-395 PRACTICUM IN KINESIOLOGY 1.00-12.00 Credits

KIN-399 RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP 1.00-12.00 Credits

Graded P/F only.

KIN-410 SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY 3.00 Credits

Application of the principles and methodologies of psychology to athletics. Topics include individual philosophies of sport, motivation, personality of coaches and athletes, recreational sports for children, psychological testing, training and learning principles, mind/body relationships, and the effects of anxiety, arousal, and relaxation on performance and current research in the field. Pre-requisite: PSYC 101 or PSYC 205 or permission of instructor and Sophomore Standing. Cross-listed with PSYC 410.

KIN-420 SOCIAL-CULTURAL ASPECTS OF SPORTS 3.00 Credits

Investigation and discussion of the interrelationship among sports, culture and society. Broad overview of selected socio-cultural factors influencing and affected by sport. Introduction to the academic discipline of Sociology of Sport. Pre-requisite: Sophomore standing.

KIN-425 ETHICAL DECISION-MAKING SPORT LEADERS 3.00 Credits

The study of moral reasoning, rationality, and reflection on ethical dilemmas in sport using nonfiction short stories, documentary video, and movies. Pre-requisite: A grade of 'C' or better in ENGL 101 or appropriate placement score and Junior standing. Cross-listed with PSYC 425.

KIN-433 BALANCE AND MOBILITY 3.00 Credits

The course is designed for students interested in helping individuals especially senior citizens protect themselves from injury-causing falls. The course content will focus on the aging process, postural strategies, gait patterns, multi-sensory training, strength/flexibility activities, and balance/mobility assessments and strategies. Students will earn how to administer screenings and assessments, develop health plans, design lessons/activities and teach classes. Pre-requisite: Sophomore standing.

KIN-434 EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION 3.00 Credits

Students will learn to evaluate and write exercise programs for a variety of fitness parameters including oxygen utilization, body composition, flexibility, muscular endurance, muscular strength, aerobic capacity. Pre-requisite: KIN 272 and KIN 381.

KIN-435 AGING AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 3.00 Credits

This course is designed to provide students an understanding of the aging process particularly in relation to aspects of health and wellness. Intergenerational service learning, consisting of structured, planned activities involving meaningful interaction between students and older adults will serve as the foundation of the course format.

KIN-467 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND RECREATION FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS 3.00 Credits

Study of the categories of exceptionality. Socio-cultural dimensions of learning and teaching are examined. Strategies for teaching and assisting individuals with special needs and a wide variety of abilities in sport and physical activity. Includes field experiences with Special Olympics, physical and occupational therapists, and adapted physical educators in schools. Cross-listed with SE 467.

KIN-472 OUTDOOR EDUCATION 3.00 Credits

Study and practice of outdoor leadership skills, expedition planning, environmental ethics. Students will learn a variety of outdoor skills including backpacking, cross-country skiing, fly and bait casting, orienteering rock climbing and biking. Field trips will be required. Fee required. Cross-listed with RC 472.

KIN-486 ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, RECREATION, ATHLETICS 3.00 Credits

Designed for administration in athletics, schools, recreation, private sector fitness/wellness programs. Students will explore legal issues, economics, finance and governance in sports while developing skills in computing, budgeting, marketing, fundraising, event management, program planning, scheduling, facility and personnel management. Pre-requisite: Sophomore Standing.

KIN-487 SPORT ADMINISTRATION 3.00 Credits

This senior level class will explore various topics specific to the administration of sport and recreation including marketing, legal aspects, finance and economics. Application of information exchanged in this class is an integral component of this course. Pre-requisite: Junior Standing.

KIN-488 SPORT FACILITIES AND EVENT MANAGEMENT 3.00 Credits

Study and practice of how to construct and manage a sport facility. Students will learn the planning and implementation process of constructing a new sport facility. Students will also learn sport facility management skills including the basics of facility management, marketing and sales in relation to the sport facility, finance and budgeting, facility preparation, implanting a security plan, concession management, and box office management. Pre-requisite: Sophomore standing.

KIN-490 DIRECTED STUDY IN KINESIOLOGY 1.00-12.00 Credits

KIN-491 WORKSHOP IN KINESIOLOGY 1.00-12.00 Credits

Workshops in Kinesiology, Physical Education, Athletics, Sports Medicine, and/or Health Promotion.

KIN-492 SPECIAL TOPICS IN KINESIOLOGY 1.00-12.00 Credits

Selected topics of current interest related to coaching , sport administration, fitness and wellness.

KIN-494 INTERNSHIP IN KINESIOLOGY 1.00-12.00 Credits

Application of advanced coursework, skills and knowledge to a supervised, practical experience in Kinesiology, Sports Administration, Coaching, Physical Education, Sports Medicine, Physical/Occupational Therapy, Fitness and Wellness. Pre-requisite: Instructor's permission.

KIN-495 PRACTICUM IN KINESIOLOGY 1.00-12.00 Credits

KIN-498 SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT I 3.00 Credits

Required of all Senior Kinesiology Majors. This course is designed to be followed by KIN 499 Senior Research/Project II. Students are introduced to basic research methods and current topics in their field of study. Students select a topic and prepare a detailed written review of the related literature and description of the study/project design. Pre-requisite: KIN 381 or any Statistics Course and completed 90+ credits.

KIN-499 RESEARCH PROJECT/SEMINAR II 3.00 Credits

This course is required of all Senior Kinesiology majors. This course is designed to follow KIN 498 Senior Research/Project I. Students will apply basic research concepts and processes to implement, analyze, and evaluate the research study or project they completed in KIN 498. Students communicate findings in writing and a public presentation during the campus wide spring senior symposium. This course is writing intensive. Pre-requisite: KIN 498.

RE-217 CHILDREN'S LITERATURE AND STORYTELLING 3.00 Credits

Acquaints students with the wide range of literature for children and with criteria for judging quality in making book selections for classroom use. Students will demonstrate abilities in using a variety of effective methods for sharing and responding to literature and for integrating literature throughout the curriculum. Includes a technology component and an emphasis on integrating the use of multiethnic literature throughout the curriculum.

RE-290 DIRECTED STUDY IN READING 1.00-12.00 Credits

RE-291 WORKSHOP IN READING 1.00-12.00 Credits

RE-292 SPECIAL TOPICS IN READING 1.00-3.00 Credits

RE-295 PRACTICUM IN READING 1.00-12.00 Credits

RE-299 RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP 1.00-12.00 Credits

Graded P/F only.

RE-301 PSYCHOLINGUISTICS AND READING 3.00 Credits

Enhances students' understanding of language structure, human language acquisition, and literacy development. Includes an elementary classroom practicum that is designed to help students observe children's indicators of literacy as they interact with multimedia computer programs. Writing integrated.

RE-303 EMERGENT LITERACY 3.00 Credits

Examines methods of literacy instruction appropriate for use with young children at various developmental stages. Methods examined reflect current theory and research and emphasize the importance of graphophonic, syntactic, and semantic cueing systems in the reading process. Students will have direct involvement with children in elementary classrooms as they observe and practice a variety of instructional methods.

RE-305 WRITING INSTRUCTION FOR K-12 TEACHERS 3.00 Credits

This course is designed to help students understand that writing is a process of constructing meaning using current research based practices for teaching writing in K-12 school settings.

RE-319 FIELD EXPERIENCE IN EDUCATION I 1.00 Credit

Provides a meaningful, intermediate-level (pre-internship) field experience for students preparing to be teachers. Pre-requisite: Admission into the elementary teacher education program. Co-requisite: RE/SE 320.

RE-320 UNDERSTANDING THE LITERACY PROCESSES 3.00 Credits

Develops students' theoretical understanding of the processes of literacy learning. Implications for meaningful instruction for academic and culturally diverse learners are explored. Pre-requisite: Admission to the Elementary Teacher Education Program. Co-requisite: RE 319. Cross-listed with SE 320.

RE-324 ASSESSMENT OF LITERACY DEVELOPMENT 3.00 Credits

Develops students' abilities in assessing the reading and writing skills of K-12 students. Emphasis is placed on 1) the importance of aligning assessment with current views of literacy learning theory, and the goals of state/district curricula, 2) the role of assessment in determining students' strengths and weaknesses so that sound instructional decisions can be made in helping students develop strategies that increase their effectiveness as readers and writers, 3) the development of assessment strategies that meet the needs of students from diverse populations, and 4) the connection between technology and literacy growth. Pre-requisite: Admission to the Elementary Teacher Education Program and successful completion of RE/SE 320. Co-requisite: RE/SE 325. Cross-listed with SE 324.

RE-325 FIELD EXPERIENCE II 1.00 Credit

Students will demonstrate the ability to utilize assessment strategies presented and practiced in RE/SE 324-Assessment of Literacy Development in elementary classroom settings. Pre-requisite: Admission to the Elementary Teacher Education Program. Co-requisite: RE/SE 324. Cross-listed with SE 325.

RE-335 YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE 2.00 Credits

Acquaints students with criteria for selecting quality literature for adolescents, and ways of promoting and incorporating quality literature into school curriculum. Review literary elements such as characterization, plot, point of view, etc. Also addresses issues such as censorship, multicultural perspectives, bias, etc. Cross-listed with ENGL 335.

RE-390 DIRECTED STUDY IN READING 1.00-12.00 Credits

RE-392 SPECIAL TOPICS IN READING 1.00-12.00 Credits

RE-399 RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP 1.00-12.00 Credits

Graded P/F only.

RE-401 PHONEMIC AWARENESS AND PHONICS SEMINAR 1.00 Credit

This seminar will provide undergraduate college students with information about the basic sound structure of the English language, including phonological and phonemic awareness, phonics, and morphology. Current research regarding best teaching practices will be included. Information presented in the course will help prepare students for Strand I of the Idaho Comprehensive Literacy Assessment which all elementary education students graduating after September 2002 must pass to become certified. This seminar does not replace Strand I, Language Structure and Literacy Instruction, of the RE 470/471, Idaho Comprehensive Literacy Course that is designed for certified teachers.

RE-422 READING IN THE CONTENT AREA K-12 3.00 Credits

Taught from a multicultural perspective, this course emphasizes the teaching of content using literacy strategies in classes at the intermediate, middle, and secondary levels. Focuses on practical ways to help students increase comprehension when reading content materials. Pre-requisites: ED 453 and ED 445, or RE 320 and RE 401, or permission of instructor.

RE-490 DIRECTED STUDY IN READING 1.00-12.00 Credits

RE-491 WORKSHOP IN READING 1.00-12.00 Credits

RE-492 SPECIAL TOPICS IN READING 1.00-12.00 Credits

RE-495 PRACTICUM IN READING 1.00-12.00 Credits

RE-499 RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP 1.00-12.00 Credits

Graded P/F only.

SE-320 UNDERSTANDING THE LITERACY PROCESSES 3.00 Credits

Develops students' theoretical understanding of the processes of literacy learning. Implications for meaningful instruction with regard to phonics and other cueing systems are emphasized. Practical experience at a local elementary school is an important component. Required for all elementary education majors and for reading minor/endorsement. Pre-requisite: Admission to the Elementary or Secondary Teacher Education Program. Co-requisite: RE 319. Cross-listed with RE 320.

SE-322 INCLUSION STRATEGIES K-12 3.00 Credits

Designing strategies for teaching and assisting individuals with learning differences or disabilities in school settings. Emphasizes standards of performance related to teaching and team responsibilities of professionals working to assist students with individual strengths or needs. Pre-requisite: Admission to Teacher Education Program or permission of instructor.

SE-324 ASSESSMENT OF LITERACY DEVELOPMENT 3.00 Credits

Develops student's abilities in assessing the reading and writing skills of K-12 students. Emphasis is placed on 1) the importance of aligning assessment with current views of literacy learning theory, and the goals of state/district curricula; 2) the role of assessment in determining student's strengths and weaknesses so that sound instructional decisions can be made in helping students develop strategies that increase their effectiveness as readers and writers, 3) the development of assessment strategies that meet the needs of students from diverse populations, and 4) the connection between technology and literacy growth. Pre-requisite: Admission to the Elementary or Secondary Teacher Education Program and successful completion of RE/SE 320. Co-requisite: RE/SE 325-Field Experience in Education II. Cross-listed with RE 324.

SE-325 FIELD EXPERIENCE II 1.00 Credit

Students will demonstrate the ability to utilize assessment strategies presented and practiced in RE/SE 324 - Assessment of Literacy Development - in elementary classroom settings. Pre-requisite: Admission to the Elementary or Secondary Teacher Education Program. Co-requisite: RE/SE 324-Assessment in Literacy Development. Cross-listed with RE 325.

SE-332 INDIVIDUALIZED ASSESSMENT 3.00 Credits

The study and application of models and techniques of diagnosis and educational assessment used in identifying, classifying, planning for, monitoring, and evaluating individuals with disabilities and educational programs. Co-requisite: SE 335.

SE-333 INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION 3.00 Credits

Instructional design and planning for teaching individuals with disabilities or learning needs. Emphasizes standards of instructional practice for motor, cognitive, academic and functional life skills.

SE-334 INDIVIDUALIZED MOTIVATION 3.00 Credits

Motivational planning for teaching individuals with disabilities or special needs. Emphasizes standards of practice related to planning and managing the teaching learning environment, and managing student behavior and social interaction skills.

SE-335 SPECIAL EDUCATION FIELD EXPERIENCE 1.00 Credit

Individualized and small group instruction experiences involving students with disabilities. Emphasizes standards of performance related to basic, social interaction, motor and functional skills development. Graded P/F only.

SE-390 DIRECTED STUDY IN SPECIAL EDUCATION 1.00-12.00 Credits

SE-394 INTERNSHIP IN SPECIAL EDUCATION 1.00-12.00 Credits

SE-399 RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP 1.00-3.00 Credits

SE-407 ADAPTIVE TEACHING 6-12 2.00 Credits

Approaches to adapting curriculum, instruction and evaluation for students with learning difficulties in the secondary schools. Emphasis will be on motivation and alternative learning environments. Practical experiences are integrated into the course. Pre-requisite: Admission to the Secondary Teacher Education Program.

SE-428 ADAPTIVE TEACHING I 1.00 Credit

Approaches to adapting learning environments and motivation for students with learning differences or disabilities. Emphasizes standards of performance related to learning differences and adapting environments. Pre-requisite: Admission to the Elementary Teacher Education Program.

SE-431 ADAPTIVE TEACHING II 1.00 Credit

Approaches to adapting curriculum, instruction and assessments for students with learning differences or disabilities. Emphasizes standards of practices related to disabilities and adaptive instruction. Pre-requisite: Admission to the Elementary Teacher Education Program.

SE-467 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND RECREATION FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS 3.00 Credits

Study of the categories of exceptionality. Socio-cultural dimensions of learning and teaching are examined. Strategies for teaching and assisting individuals with special needs and a wide variety of abilities in sport and physical activity. Includes field experiences with Special Olympics, physical and occupational therapists, and adapted physical educators in schools. Cross-listed with KIN 467.

SE-477 CONSULTING WITH PARENTS AND PROFESSIONALS 2.00 Credits

Theory and practice of consulting with parents of students with disabilities. Emphasizes standards of performance related to communication, collaborative partnerships, professional and ethical practices.

SE-484 SPECIAL EDUCATION INTERNSHIP 6.00 Credits

Individualized planning and instruction in resource or inclusion programs for students with disabilities. Emphasizes standards of performance integrating knowledge and skills required for the CEC Common Core of Knowledge and Skills Essential for All Beginning Special Education Teachers. Fee required. Pre-requisite: Admission to the Elementary or Secondary Teacher Education Program. Graded P/F only.

SE-490 DIRECTED STUDY IN SPECIAL EDUCATION 1.00-12.00 Credits

SE-491 WORKSHOP IN SPECIAL EDUCATION 1.00-12.00 Credits

SE-492 SPECIAL TOPICS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION 1.00-12.00 Credits

SE-494 INTERNSHIP IN SPECIAL EDUCATION 1.00-12.00 Credits

SE-495 PRACTICUM IN SPECIAL EDUCATION 1.00-12.00 Credits

SPED-301 SPECIAL EDUCATION LAW 3.00 Credits

This online course is designed to provide a basic understanding of the legal issues related to the delivery of special education services. The course examines current legal frameworks used to address questions in this area and the principles that undergrid the procedural requirements of delivering special education services. The provisions of federal and state special education mandates, judicial interpretations, and Idaho state guidelines regulating the delivery of educational and vocational services to students with disabilities will be covered.

SPED-310 BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT 3.00 Credits

This online course provides students with the fundamental knowledge for identifying instructional and behavioral needs, measuring and analyzing information, designing effective instructional and behavioral interventions, managing classroom behavior using positive strategies through applied behavior analysis. Principles of effective teaching are introduced along with a variety of "best practice" strategies.

SPED-320 ACCESS TO GENERAL EDUCATION 3.00 Credits

The purpose of this course is to develop the knowledge and skills necessary for special educations to assist students with disabilities in participating in the general education curriculum.

SPED-330 FORMAL ASSESSMENT AND PROGRAM PLANNING 3.00 Credits

This online course provides special educators with the skills necessary to plan, conduct, and use assessment information to assist determining eligibility of students for special education services and planning services for students with disabilities.

SPED-340 COLLABORATION AND CONSULTATION 3.00 Credits

This online course discusses theory and practice of consulting with parents of students with disabilities. Emphasizes standards of performance related to communication, collaborative partnerships, and professional and ethical practices.

SPED-400 READING INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES 3.00 Credits

This online course focuses on reading instruction that meets the needs of low-performing students in special education and regular education and provides an overview of a variety of reading approaches that special education teachers may encounter in school settings. Students learn how to systematically teach basic decoding and reading comprehension skills to children with mild/moderate disabilities and to children at risk for school failure. Students learn about and practice teaching the following children: (a) phonemic awareness, (b) phonic analysis, (c) vocabulary, and (d) reading comprehension. Students also learn to systematically create their own lessons and to modify reading basals and trade books. This course teaches direct instruction procedures as one method of instruction that has been successful in remediating reading failure.

SPED-410 LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES 3.00 Credits

This online course will focus on effective, scientifically-based instructional strategies that can be used to improve the language skills of children with disabilities. Strategies for improving expressive communication (oral language, alternatives to oral language-such as sign language and picture systems, as well as written language-such as spelling and writing) and receptive language skills will be addressed. The importance of using a total communication approach will be stressed.

SPED-420 MATHEMATICS INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES 3.00 Credits

This online course overviews the direct instruction of mathematics, including objective research and evaluation, instructional design, presentation techniques, scope and sequence, and organizing instruction (selection and modification of commercial programs, and initial student assessment and placement). Particular emphasis will be placed on teacher candidates acquiring basic mathematical knowledge, skills, and concepts: 1) mathematics vocabulary and prerequisite language skills, 2) counting, 3) symbol identification and place value, 4) addition, 5) subtraction, 6) multiplication, 7) division, 8) basic facts, 9) problem solving (story problems), 10) fractions, 11) decimals, 12) percents and ratios, 13) telling time, 14) money, 15) measurement, 16) geometry, and 18) study skills.

SPED-430 INTRODUCTION TO ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY 1.00 Credit

This online course will provide students with an undertaking of assistive technology and its application in instructional programs, career tasks, and life skills for persons with disabilities. Presentation and demonstration experiences will enable students to better utilize assistive technology in education, work, community, and home environments.

SPED-440 SECONDARY SPECIAL EDUCATION AND TRANSITION PLANNING 2.00 Credits

This online course emphasizes the assessment of current trends in secondary transition services for students with disabilities and the design and implementation of appropriate transition services. Students will go through the training modules on the Secondary Transition Learning Community on the Idaho Training Clearinghouse. Students will critically analyze their current philosophical beliefs and practices about transitioning services available to students.

SPED-450 INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS WITH SEVERE DISABILITIES 3.00 Credits

The purpose of this online course is to provide skills necessary to develop/adapt, implement, and evaluate instructional programs for learners with severe cognitive, physical, or multiple disabilities. An emphasis will be placed on the adaptations necessary for successful participation in school and community environments. Students will learn about methodologies and research, and will examine examples or exemplary practices in the field.

SPED-494 INTERNSHIP IN SPECIAL EDUCATION 1.00-12.00 Credits

Davis, Christa, PhD, Assistant Professor

Doty, Michelle D, EdD, Associate Professor

Hayne, Willam J, MS, Instructor

Magelky, Julie, PhD, Assistant Professor

Massaro, David A, PhD, Professor

Mayton, Gary, PhD, Professor

McCulley, Meleah, EdD, Instructor

Robinson, Clay, PhD, Professor

Savage, Jessica, MS, Instructor

Smedley, Bryce, PhD, Assistant Professor

Tompkins, Melinda K, PhD, Instructor

Tower, Holly, PhD, Assistant Professor

VanMullem, Heather, PhD, Professor/Division Chair

Wareham, Kenneth L, PhD, Professor

Wiggin, LeeAnn, PhD, Assistant Professor