Minor in Kinesiology

A minor in Kinesiology will require a person to take 26 units total, 18 units being KINE classes and at least 9 units of Upper Division KINE classes. 

Requirements for a minor in Kinesiology (26 units)

Foundation Courses (14)
BIOL 2230Human Anatomy and Physiology I for Allied Health Majors4
BIOL 2240Human Anatomy and Physiology II for Allied Health Majors (*GE Category B2)4
KINE 2500Observational Field Experience in Kinesiology2
or KINE 2540 Field Work in Physical Education and Adapted Physical Education
KINE 2100Orientation to Kinesiology3
Complete a minimum of one unit:1
Individual and Dual Activities: Badminton
Individual and Dual Activities: Tennis
Physical Fitness and Conditioning Activities: Body Conditioning
Physical Fitness and Conditioning Activities: Jogging
Physical Fitness and Conditioning Activities: Weight Training
Physical Fitness and Conditioning Activities: Yoga
Somatic and Martial Arts Activities: Aikido
Somatic and Martial Arts Activities: Karate
Somatic and Martial Arts Activities: Self-Defense
Somatic and Martial Arts Activities: Cardio-Arts
Somatic and Martial Arts Activities: Pilates
Team Activities: Basketball
Team Activities: Soccer
Team Activities: Volleyball
Aquatic Activities: Swimming
Aquatic Activities: Advanced Swimming for Fitness
Independent Activity Project
Dance Activities: Aerobic
Dance Activities: Low-Impact Aerobic
Dance Activities: Step Aerobic
Dance Activities: Ballet
Dance Activities: Jazz
Dance Activities: Sampler
Kinesiology Electives: (12)
Choose a minimum of 12 units:12
Introduction to Fitness and Programming
Introduction to Adapted Physical Activity
Principles of Human Movement
Psychology and Sociology of Human Movement
Motor Development Across the Lifespan
Sport and Exercise Nutrition
Motor Learning and Control
Total Units26