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Kinesiology & Physical Education

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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

Kinesiology & Physical Education

LS321 Human Anatomy/lab........................................4 LS322 Human Physiology/lab...... ...........................4 KPE212 Principles of Physical Education..... ............2 KPE222a Sport Analysis.....................................................2 KPE223 Sport Analysis Practicum...... ........................2 KPE256 Movement Education........................................2 KPE303 History and Philosophy of P.E...... ..............3 KPE313 Adapted Physical Education... .....................3 KPE314 Kinesiology..... ................................................3 KPE316 Physiology of Exercise...... ............................3 KPE324 Psychology of Coaching..... ..........................2 KPE383 Teaching Individual/Dual Sports... .............3 KPE402 Health Education...... .....................................1 KPE404 Sport in American Culture... ........................3 KPE405 Statistical Analysis..............................................3 KPE414 Organization and Admin. of P.E... .............3 KPE425 Prev./Care of Athletic Injuries..... ...............3 KPE436 Motor Learning....... .......................................3 KPE490 Senior Competency....... .................................1

Physical Education Electives..............................................11

Total core courses...................................................................59

Kinesiology & Physical Education Activity for

Teaching/Coaching Emphasis Courses

Physical Education Major Core Courses..............59

Professional Activities..............................................................2 Professional Activities II...........................................................2 Professional Activities III.........................................................1 Professional Activities IV..........................................................1 Professional Activities V.........................................................3 Professional Activities VI.........................................................1 Professional Activities VII........................................................1 Professional Activities VIII......................................................1

Total units required for emphasis............................................62

Pre-Physical Therapy Emphasis Courses

BE100 Introduction to Psychology.............................3 CH151 General Chemistry I/lab..................................4 CH152 General Chemistry II/lab................................4 LS151 Oraganismic Biology/lab. ...............................4 LS321 Human Anatomy/lab.......................................4 LS322 Human Physiology/lab....................................4 KPE303 History and Philosophy of P.E.......................3 KPE313 Adapted Physical Education...........................3 KPE314 Kinesiology.........................................................3 KPE316 Physiology of Exercise.....................................3 KPE402 Health Education..............................................1 KPE405 Statistical Analysis.............................................3 KPE425 Prevention & Care of Athletic Injuries..........3 KPE426 Advanced Prevention & Care of Athletic Injuries.................................................3 KPE436 Motor Learning..................................................3

Prof. Nathan S. Wright, Chairperson

In the Kinesiology & Physical Education major at

The Master’s College, students have the opportunity

to study important principles they can use for a

successful career and effective ministry in physical

education, sports, and pre-physical therapy. These

concentrations of study will mold a person’s

knowledge in activity skills, educational methods,

scientific factors in body movement analysis, sports

injury care, and allied health careers.

The Department of Kinesiology & Physical

Education is designed to prepare Christian leadership

in such areas as Teaching/Coaching, Exercise and

Sport Science, and Pre-Physical Therapy. Graduating

students will participate in the instructional areas

of elementary and secondary schools (both public

and private) and areas of allied health careers. To

implement these objectives, the department provides

movement theory, activity courses, and science basis

course work.

CALIFORNIASINGLE SUBJECT TEACHING

CREDENTIAL IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Students desiring to obtain a California Single Subject

Teaching Credential in physical education should talk

to their advisors about specific major requirements

for this credential and make application to the

Department of Teacher Education.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL

STUDENTS

Kinesiology and Physical Education majors are

not required to take general education requirement

Critical Thinking and Problem Solving, MA240.

Kinesiology & Physical Education majors within

the Pre-Physical Therapy emphasis are not required

to take Essentials of Biology, LS150. Liberal Studies

majors can use Statistical Analysis, KPE405 as

an upper division math course.

SENIOR COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS

All graduating seniors in the Kinesiology & Physical

Education Emphasis are required to pass a depart-

ment assessment exam with at least a 70% grade.

The exam consists of the following two sections: (1)

writing analysis and subject matter competencies and

(2) skills assessment evaluations in at least nine of the

14 requirements for Professional Activities courses.

KINESIOLOGY & PHYSICAL EDUCATION

CORE COURSES