An individual-based analysis of physical fitness and personal health and wellness. Emphasis is on planning and managing one's own lifestyle for health and well-being within the context of the current health care system. The blended format of the course will allow application of health information to personal context. Students will attend one lecture, complete online activities, and attend one seminar each week. Open to all students.
Introductory study of human anatomy. Students learn structural and functional components of selected systems of the human body. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 100 or PEDS 100.
An introduction to human physiology from the cellular to systemic level with special emphasis on systems that adapt to exercise stress. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 101 or PEDS 101.
This course focuses largely upon the application of descriptive and inferential statistics in the context of quantitative research. The course also introduces students to basic principles surrounding measurement error, test reliability, and validity. Note: Students cannot receive credit for KIN 109 if they received credit for PEDS 109 or PEDS 309, PSYCH 211, SOC 210, STAT 141, or STAT 151.