The Kinesiology minor is designed for:
- An individual interested in motor skill development and physical activity in a variety of related careers including sports administration, sales, recreation, social services, and journalism.
- The prospective teacher who, with another subject major, may wish employment with K-12 or 6-12 physical education as part of the teaching load. Specific coursework required for endorsement. To qualify for an Idaho 6-12 Physical Education Endorsement, KIN-381, ED-447 -Content Methods: PE, and an approved teacher education program must be added to this minor; for a K-12 Endorsement, KIN-216/ED-216 must also be added. Students must also pass the Praxis II exam #5091-Physical Ed:Content Knowledge and must complete a supervised internship in a school setting. Students should contact the Teacher Education Division for more information.
|HLTH-272||FITNESS AND WELLNESS||3.00|
|KIN-220||SOCIAL-CULTURAL ASPECTS OF SPORTS||3.00|
|KIN-260||INTRODUCTION TO KINESIOLOGY AND HEALTH||1.00|
|KIN-261||SKILL AND ANALYSIS: COURT SPORTS||1.00|
|KIN-262||SKILL AND ANALYSIS: FIELD SPORTS||1.00|
|KIN-269||SKILL AND ANALYSIS: EDUCATIONAL GYM&MOV||1.00|
|KIN-355||STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES||3.00|
|KIN-363||PHYSIOLOGY OF EXERCISE||3.00|
|KIN-370||MOTOR LEARNING/MOTOR DEVELOPMENT||3.00|
|KIN-467||PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND RECREATION FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS||3.00|
|KIN-486||ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, RECREATION, ATHLETICS||3.00|