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The Master’s College 2015-2016 Catalog

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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

KPE446 Reconditioning of Athletic Injuries.................3 KPE465 Primary Physical Assessment..............................2 KPE479 Clinical Internship (Practicum 60 hours).......................................1-3 KPE490 Senior Competency Exam.................................1

Upper Division Electives

Four of the following...

.............................................................16

LS252, LS352, LS361, LS362, CH351, or MA121

and PS251/252 or four other units from the Math,

Biology, or Kinesiology Departments

Total units required for emphasis...........................................71-73

The Pre-Physical Therapy emphasis is a bachelor of Sci-

ence Program that prepares students to enter graduate

programs in physical therapy (M.P.T./D.P.T.), occupa-

tional therapy (O.T.), physician assistant (PA-C), podiatric

medicine (D.P.M.), chiropractics (D.C.), and other allied

health programs.

Exercise and Sport Science Emphasis Courses

Physical Education Major Core Courses............................45

LS252 Cell Biology w/ Lab.............................................4 KPE296 Program Design for Strength and Conditioning............................................................2 KPE353 Sports Nutrition....................................................2 KPE426 Advanced Prevention & Care of Athletic Injuries.. ................................................3 KPE446 Reconditioning of Athletic Injuries.. ..............3 KPE465 Primary Physical Assessment..............................2

Elective Courses......................................................................10

(Elective courses consist of any courses offered at TMC

or courses transferred in as Kinesiology courses other

than required courses listed in each department emphsis)

Total units required for emphasis...............................................71

Those students desiring to have an emphasis in Sports

Injury Studies take sports injury core courses in place of

activity courses. However, the activity courses are required

if a student is planning on completing a California State

Single Subject Teaching Credential.

Minor in Kinesiology & Physical Education

For a minor in Physical Education, the following courses

are required:

LS321 Human Anatomy/lab........................................4 LS322 Human Physiology.........................................3 KPE212 Principles of Physical Education........................2 KPE303 History & Philosophy of P.E..............................3 KPE314 Kinesiology.............................................................3 KPE324 Psychology of Coaching..................................2 KPE405 Statistical Analysis.................................................3 KPE414 Organization & Administration of P.E.............3

Physical Education Electives................................................2

Five of the following.........................................................................

5

KPE103, KPE113, KPE114, KPE124, KPE235,

KPE245, KPE266

Total units required for minor.................................................. 30

Course Offerings in

Kinesiology & Physical

Education

I

ntercollegiate Athletics (1)

Open only to those individuals participating on

an intercollegiate team. No more than four total

semester hours, including transfer hours, for any

combination of different sports may be taken for

credit.

IA110/410 Intercollegiate Basketball (1)

IA121/421 Intercollegiate Cross Country (1)

IA122/422 Intercollegiate Tennis (1)

IA131/431 Intercollegiate Soccer (1)

IA141/441 Intercollegiate Volleyball (1)

IA151/451 Intercollegiate Golf (1)

IA192/492 Intercollegiate Baseball (1)

Professional Activities I: Team Sports (2)

Development of skills in at least two units of the

following team sports. Meets three hours per

week. No less than a C grade will be accepted in

professional activity classes for departmental majors.

KPE103a Soccer (1)

KPE103b Football (1)

KPE120 Track & Field (1)

KPE235a Basketball (1)

KPE266a Volleyball (1)

Professional Activities II: Racket/Club Sports

(2)

Development of skills in at least two units of the

following racket/club sports. Meets three hours per

week. No less than a C grade will be accepted in

professional activity classes for departmental majors.

KPE109 Racketball (1)

KPE114a Golf (1)

KPE235b Badminton (1)

KPE266b Tennis (1)

Professional Activities III: Aquatics (1)

Development of skills in aquatics. Meets three hours

per week. No less than a C grade will be accepted in

professional activity classes for departmental majors.