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BS in Kinesiology

Kinesiology is the science of human movement and physical activity. Kinesiology majors study how people learn new motor skills, the effects of exercise on the physiology and biomechanics of the human body, how to best treat and rehabilitate sports injuries, and much more. Kinesiology is part of the fastest growing body of professions in the nation, with Bureau of Labor Statistics estimating future growth in related positions at nearly three times the national average for all occupations combined. Classes in the Department of Kinesiology prepare students for certifications as Strength and Conditioning Specialists, Personal Trainers, Health Fitness Instructors, Exercise Specialists, Clinical Exercise Physiologists, and for graduate programs in Kinesiology, Physical and Occupational Therapy, medical school and many others. Students at the undergraduate level can select from three concentrations focused on teaching physical education, clinical exercise physiology, and human fitness and performance.

Marketable Skills

  1. Students will gain the knowledge and analytical thinking skills of the physiological, mechanical, and structural functioning, and manners of how to improve function of the human body in relation to physical activity and exercise.
  2. Students will be able to effectively use instrumentation for training and measurement of selected physical functions.
  3. Students will be able to develop programs designed to improve physiological, mechanical, and structural functions.
  4. Students will be able to function skillfully as a teacher of physical education.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Effectively identify peer-reviewed articles relevant to a specific issue, accurately interpret the results and conclusions, and relate them to our current understanding of that issue.
  2. Accurately describe chronic diseases and disabilities, disease progressions, treatments, and adaptations resulting from exercise.
  3. Properly conduct and evaluate appropriate health risk appraisals and physical performance assessments for diverse populations with various health conditions.
  4. Apply established scientific principles to develop an appropriate, safe, and effective exercise prescription based on the data and evaluation of the health risk appraisals and physical performance assessments.
  5. Display a firm understanding of the importance and value of ethical and professional standards of practice and apply them when working with individuals.
  6. Demonstrate knowledge and skills equivalent to what is required to pass the ACSM-CCEP, and/or ACSM-EIM Level 1 and 2 certification and credentialing exams.

The Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology requires:

  1. Completion of the general University core,
  2. Program prerequisites,
  3. Kinesiology core,
  4. Kinesiology Professional Courses,
  5. Free elective or minor courses.

Students wishing to obtain a teaching certificate must select the Physical Education Teacher Education Concentration and the Education Minor. The Clinical Exercise Science and the Human Fitness and Performance concentrations are the appropriate concentrations for students interested in careers in the fitness industry or in graduate study in Exercise Science, Physical Therapy or similar fields.

Students who participate in internships with agencies or school districts requiring background checks must successfully pass the background check in order to complete the internship requirements. See http://utep.edu/chs/compliance/ for more information.

Students who already have a bachelor's degree in another field and who wish to pursue a teaching certificate to teach physical education, should examine the College of Education section of this catalog. Students desiring to pursue a Master of Science in Kinesiology should consult the Graduate Catalog.

Preparing for Graduate School

Kinesiology majors who are interested in pursuing masters or doctoral degrees (for example, programs in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Public Health, Medical School, etc.) are advised to select either the Clinical Exercise Science or Human Fitness and Performance concentration. Students may complete the prerequisite courses for admission to graduate programs as part of their 15  elective credits in the degree plan.  Prerequisites for graduate programs at other universities may differ from those at UTEP. For specific prerequisites to admission into graduate programs at UTEP, see the UTEP Graduate Catalog.

Core and Program Prerequisite Courses to Enhance Student Success

Students are encouraged to successfully complete the recommended Core Curriculum and a majority of Program Prerequisite courses before taking any Kinesiology courses. Student may select other core courses than the recommended core courses from each of the component area menus in the university core, but the recommended courses provide optimum preparation for the major. Students must complete the required core courses, and the required Program Prerequisite Courses.

Prior to enrolling in KIN 3303, a Kinesiology major must successfully complete the following core and program prerequisite  courses with a C or better:

  • RWS 1301 or ENGL 1311 or ESOL 1311
  • RWS 1302 or ENGL 1312 or ENGL 1313 or ESOL 1312
  • MATH 1320 or MATH 1508 or MATH 1411
  • BIOL 1305 and BIOL 1107
  • BIOL 2311 and BIOL 2111

Fast Track

The Fast-Track Program enables outstanding undergraduate UTEP students to receive both undergraduate and graduate credit for up to 15 hours of UTEP course work as determined by participating Master's and Doctoral programs.  Not all undergraduate programs have elected to participate in the Fast Track option, so students should see their departmental graduate advisor for information about requirements and guidelines. A list of courses that have been approved for possible use at the graduate level is found here

Degree Plan

Concentration in Physical Education Teacher Education

University Core Curriculum42
Complete the University Core Curriculum requirements.
Designated Core
All courses below are required:
General Biology
and Topics in Study of Life I C
Human Anat/Physiology I
and Human Anat/Physio Lab I C
Math for Social Sciences I C
Calculus I
Precalculus
Trigonometry and Conics
The courses below are recommended:
Public Speaking C
Dance Appreciation C
Action Research in Classrooms C
Ethics C
Seminar/Critical Inquiry C
GPA for Certification
This degree plan prepares students for teacher certification in the State of Texas. Although a 2.0 GPA is required to earn a degree from UTEP, the State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC) requires a 2.75 GPA to become certified to teach in the State of Texas. For additional information, please contact your advisor.
Background Check Required
A complete background check is required of all students who wish to receive teacher certification in the State of Texas. Students will be required to pass a background check before certification will be conferred by the State Board of Educator Certification (SBEC).
Kinesiology Prerequisites
(All courses require a grade of C or better):
BIOL 2113Human Anat/Physio Lab II C1
BIOL 2313Human Anat/Physiology II C3
HSCI 2302Fundamentals of Nutrition C3
PHYS 1403General Physics I C4
PSYC 1303Statistical Methods C3
Kinesiology Core
KIN 3303Hist,Socio,Phil of Sport & PA C3
KIN 3313Assessment and Evaluation3
KIN 3331Anatomical Kinesiology3
KIN 3332Motor Behavior3
KIN 4312Exercise Physiology3
KIN 4313Biomechanics3
Physical Education Professional Courses
CPR and First Aid Certificate on file prior to enrolling in KIN 3315
KIN 3217Fundamental Movement Skills2
KIN 3219Individual Games and Sports2
KIN 3221Team Games and Sports2
KIN 3223Lifetime Physical Activities2
KIN 3315Princip of Teaching & Lead PE c3
KIN 3333Motor Development3
KIN 4314Special Pop: Charac/Motor Beh3
KIN 4319Teaching Elem. School Phy. Ed.3
KIN 4321Adv Lead & Teach Sec School PE3
KIN 4330Exercise Prescription & Prog3
Education Minor
BED 4317Tch & Empwr ELLs in Sec Schls3
EDPC 3300Intro to Youth Dev & Spec Ed3
RED 3342Content Area Literacy3
SCED 3311Curriculum Plan-Secondary Schl3
TED 4698Student Teach: All-Levels PE6
TOTAL HOURS120

C Course requires a grade of "C" or better

Concentration in Clinical Exercise Science  (CLEC)

University Core Curriculum42
Complete the University Core Curriculum requirements.
Designated Core
All courses listed below are required:
General Biology
and Topics in Study of Life I C
Human Anat/Physiology I
and Human Anat/Physio Lab I C
Math for Social Sciences I (MATH 1508 is preferred) C
Calculus I
Precalculus
Trigonometry and Conics
The courses listed below are recommended:
Public Speaking C
Dance Appreciation C
Ethics C
Introduction to Psychology C
Seminar/Critical Inquiry C
Kinesiology Prerequisites
(All courses require a grade of C or better):
BIOL 2113Human Anat/Physio Lab II C1
BIOL 2313Human Anat/Physiology II C3
CHEM 1305
CHEM 1105
General Chemistry
and Laboratory for CHEM 1305 c
4
or
Intro to General Chemistry
and Intro General Chemistry Lab c
CHEM 1306
CHEM 1106
General Chemistry
and Laboratory for CHEM 1306 c
4
or
Intro Organic & Biochemistry
and Intro Organic & Biochem Lab c
HSCI 2302Fundamentals of Nutrition C3
PHYS 1403General Physics I C4
PSYC 1303Statistical Methods C3
Kinesiology Core
KIN 3303Hist,Socio,Phil of Sport & PA C3
KIN 3313Assessment and Evaluation3
KIN 3331Anatomical Kinesiology3
KIN 3332Motor Behavior3
KIN 4312Exercise Physiology3
KIN 4313Biomechanics3
Clinical Exercise Science Professional Courses
Required Courses:
KIN 3325Research Methods in Kin3
KIN 3327Health Risk Appraisal3
KIN 4314Special Pop: Charac/Motor Beh3
KIN 4330Exercise Prescription & Prog3
KIN 4331Clinical Exercise Physiology3
KIN 4334Coronary Intervention Programs3
Electives
Select 18 hours of electives. These can include coursework toward a minor or electives at any level from any discipline (including additional KIN coursework).18
TOTAL HOURS120

C Course requires a grade of "C" or better

Concentration in Human Fitness, Performance, and Strength & Conditioning

University Core Curriculum42
Complete the University Core Curriculum requirements.
Designated Core
All courses listed are required:
General Biology
and Topics in Study of Life I C
Human Anat/Physiology I
and Human Anat/Physio Lab I C
Math for Social Sciences I (MATH 1508 is preferred) C
Calculus I
Precalculus
Trigonometry and Conics
The courses below are recommended:
Public Speaking C
Dance Appreciation C
Ethics C
Introduction to Psychology C
Seminar/Critical Inquiry C
Kinesiology Prerequisites
(All courses require a grade of C or better):
BIOL 2113Human Anat/Physio Lab II C1
BIOL 2313Human Anat/Physiology II C3
CHEM 1305
CHEM 1105
General Chemistry
and Laboratory for CHEM 1305 c
4
or
Intro to General Chemistry
and Intro General Chemistry Lab c
CHEM 1306
CHEM 1106
General Chemistry
and Laboratory for CHEM 1306 c
4
or
Intro Organic & Biochemistry
and Intro Organic & Biochem Lab c
HSCI 2302Fundamentals of Nutrition C3
PHYS 1403General Physics I C4
PSYC 1303Statistical Methods C3
Kinesiology Core
KIN 3303Hist,Socio,Phil of Sport & PA C3
KIN 3313Assessment and Evaluation3
KIN 3331Anatomical Kinesiology3
KIN 3332Motor Behavior3
KIN 4312Exercise Physiology3
KIN 4313Biomechanics3
Human Fitness, Performance, and Strength & Conditioning Professional Courses
HSCI 3322Sports Nutrition3
KIN 4301Personal Training3
KIN 4317Sport Psychology3
KIN 4341Pract Appl of Strength/Condit3
KIN 4351Intern Hum Fit, Perf, Stre Con3
KIN 4440Sci. Princpls-Strength/Tr/Con4
KIN 4442Geriatric Fitness Programming4
KIN 4445Strength/Cond Prog Design4
Electives9
Select 9 hours of electives. These can include coursework toward a minor or electives at any level from any discipline (including additional KIN coursework).
*Clinical Compliance and KIN 4350 and KIN 4351 Internships: Clinical Compliance, which can include a background check, may be required of students who wish to complete an internship depending on the internship site.
TOTAL HOURS120
C

 Course requires a grade of "C" or better

University Core Curriculum

The department may make specific suggestions for courses which are most applicable towards your major.

All courses require a C or better

I. Communication (six hours)

The objective of the communication component is to enable the student to communicate effectively in clear and correct prose or orally in a style appropriate to the subject, occasion, and audience.
Select six hours of the following: 6
For students whose secondary education was in English:
Written and Oral Communication
Writing About Literature
Rhetoric & Composition I
Rhetoric & Composition 2
Rhetoric, Composition & Comm
For students whose secondary education was not in English:
Expos Engl Compos-Spkr Esl
Res & Crit Writng Spkr Esl
Total Hours6

II. American History (six hours)

The objectives of the history component are to expand students’ knowledge of the origin and history of the U.S., their comprehension of the past and current role of the U.S. in the world, and their ability to critically evaluate and analyze historical evidence. U.S. history courses (three hours must be Texas history) include:
HIST 1301History of U.S. to 18653
HIST 1302History of U.S. Since 18653
Total Hours6

III. Language, Philosophy & Culture  (three hours)

The objective of the humanities component is to expand students' knowledge of the human condition and human cultures, especially in relation to behaviors, ideas, and values expressed in works of human imagination and thought. Through study in disciplines such as literature and philosophy, students engage in critical analysis and develop an appreciation of the humanities as fundamental to the health and survival of any society.
Select one of the following:3
Intro-African Amer Studies
Latina/o Presence in the U.S.
English Literature
English Literature
Intro to American Fiction
Intro to American Drama
Intro to American Poetry
Making of the "Other" Americas
World History to 1500
World History Since 1500
Introduction to Philosophy
Ethics
Introduct to Religious Studies
Seeing & Naming: Conversations
Introduction to Womens Studies
Global Feminisms
Total Hours3

IV. Mathematics  (three hours)

The objective of the mathematics component is to develop a quantitatively literate college graduate. Every college graduate should be able to apply basic mathematical tools in the solution of real-world problems.
Select one of the following:3
College Algebra
Trigonometry and Conics
Math in the Modern World
Math for Social Sciences I
Calculus I
Precalculus 1,2
Math for Social Sciences II
Statistical Literacy
Elementary Statistical Methods
1 A higher-level course in the calculus sequence can be substituted.
2 TCCN MATH 1314 will also satisfy this requirement.
Total Hours3

V. Life & Physical Sciences  (six hours)

The objective of the study of the natural sciences is to enable the student to understand, construct, and evaluate relationships in the natural sciences, and to enable the student to understand the bases for building and testing theories. The courses listed are for non-majors; the major courses in the discipline can be substituted for the non-major sequence. A minimum of two semesters of lecture and one semester of laboratory associated with one of the courses, or two semesters of combined (3 credit) lecture-laboratory courses (Only six hours apply toward the required 42.):
Select one of the following:1-4
Astronomy Lab I
Elem Astronomy-Solar System
Elem Astr Stars & Galaxies
Introductory Biology Lab
Human Biology Laboratory
Topics in Study of Life I
Organismal Biology Laboratory
Introductory Biology
Human Biology
General Biology
Organismal Biology
Human Anat/Physio Lab I
Human Anat/Physio Lab II
Human Anat/Physiology I
Human Anat/Physiology II
Laboratory for CHEM 1305
Laboratory for CHEM 1306
Intro General Chemistry Lab
Intro Organic & Biochem Lab
General Chemistry
General Chemistry
Intro to General Chemistry
Intro Organic & Biochemistry
Environmental Sci. Lab
Non-major Lab for ESCI 1301
Intro to Environment Science 2
Intro to Environmental Sci
Laboratory for GEOG 1306
Physical Geography
Lab for GEOL 1313
Lab for GEOL 1314
Principles of Earth Sci - Lab
Laboratory for Geology 1212
Principles of Earth Sciences
Principles of Earth Science
The Blue Planet
Natural Hazards
Intro to Physical Geology
Intro to Historical Geol
Fundamentals of Nutrition
Wellness Dynamics
Microorganisms and Disease
General Physics I
General Physics II
Laboratory for PHYS 2320
Laboratory for PHYS 2321
Introductory Mechanics
Introductory Electromagnetism
Total Hours 6

VI. Political Science  (six hours)

The objectives of the political science component are to expand students’ knowledge of the origin and evolution of the U.S. and Texas political systems, focusing on the growth of political institutions, and on the constitutions of Texas and the United States; and to enhance their understanding of federalism, states rights, and individual civil liberties, rights, and responsibilities.
Required Courses:
POLS 2310Introduction to Politics3
POLS 2311American Gover & Politics3
Total Hours6

VII. Social and Behavioral Sciences  (three hours)

The objective of the social and behavioral science component is to increase students' knowledge of how social and behavioral scientists discover, describe, and explain the behaviors and interactions among individuals, groups, institutions, events, and ideas. Such knowledge will better equip students to understand themselves and the roles they play in addressing the issues facing humanity.
Select one of the following:3
Intro-Phys Anth/Archeolog
Intro-Cultural Anthropology
Cultural Geography
Intro to Linguistics
Econ for Engrs & Scientists
Asian American Studies
Interpersonal Communication
Mass Media and Society
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Introduction to Ed Psychology
Action Research in Classrooms
Introduction to Linguistics
Cultural Geography
Community Service
An Intro. to Linguistics
Lang. Inside & Out: Sel Topics
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
Cultural Geography
Total Hours3

VIII. Creative Arts (three hours)

The objective of the visual and performing arts component is to expand students' knowledge and appreciation of the human imagination as expressed through works of visual art, dance, music, theatre and film. Through study in these disciplines, students will form aesthetic judgments and develop an appreciation of the arts as fundamental to the health and survival of any society.
Select one of the following:3
Art Appreciation
History of Art I
History of Art II
Chicana/o Fine Arts Appreciat
Dance Appreciation
Intro-Art of Motion Pict.
Music Appreciation
Jazz to Rock
Music, Culture, and Society
Introduction to Theatre
Total Hours3

IX. Component Area Option (six hours)

The objective of the institutionally designated option component is to develop the critical thinking skills and academic tools required to be an effective learner. Special emphasis is placed on the use of technology in problem-solving, communications, and knowledge acquisition.
Select two of the following:6
Intro to Global Business
Public Speaking
Business/Profession Comm
Intro-Computational Thinking
Computer Programming Sci/Engr
Eng Innovation and Leadership
Introduction to Leadership
Inquiry in Math & Science
Seminar/Critical Inquiry
Total Hours6

4-Year Sample Degree Plan 

BS in Kinesiology with Clinical Exercise Science concentration 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN KINESIOLOGY
CLINICAL EXERCISE SCIENCE CONCENTRATION
FRESHMAN
Fall
BIOL 1305
BIOL 1107
General Biology
and Topics in Study of Life I
4
HIST 1301History of U.S. to 18653
MATH 1320Math for Social Sciences I3-5
or MATH 1508 Precalculus
or MATH 1411 Calculus I
RWS 1301Rhetoric & Composition I3
UNIV 1301Seminar/Critical Inquiry3
Spring
BIOL 2311
BIOL 2111
Human Anat/Physiology I
and Human Anat/Physio Lab I
4
HIST 1302History of U.S. Since 18653
RWS 1302Rhetoric & Composition 23
Creative Arts Core3
Social & Behavioral Sciences3
SOPHOMORE
Fall
BIOL 2313
BIOL 2113
Human Anat/Physiology II
and Human Anat/Physio Lab II
4
CHEM 1307
CHEM 1107
Intro to General Chemistry
and Intro General Chemistry Lab
4
Or
General Chemistry
and Laboratory for CHEM 1305
COMM 1301Public Speaking3
POLS 2310Introduction to Politics3
Spring
CHEM 1308
CHEM 1108
Intro Organic & Biochemistry
and Intro Organic & Biochem Lab
4
Or
General Chemistry
and Laboratory for CHEM 1306
HSCI 2302Fundamentals of Nutrition3
KIN 3303Hist,Socio,Phil of Sport & PA3
PSYC 1303Statistical Methods3
JUNIOR
Fall
KIN 3313Assessment and Evaluation3
KIN 3331Anatomical Kinesiology3
KIN 3332Motor Behavior3
PHYS 1403General Physics I4
POLS 2311American Gover & Politics3
Spring
KIN 3325Research Methods in Kin3
KIN 4312Exercise Physiology3
KIN 4314Special Pop: Charac/Motor Beh3
PHIL 2306Ethics3
Elective Course 3
SENIOR
Fall
KIN 3327Health Risk Appraisal3
KIN 4313Biomechanics3
KIN 4330Exercise Prescription & Prog3
Elective Course 3
Elective Course 3
Spring
KIN 4331Clinical Exercise Physiology3
KIN 4334Coronary Intervention Programs3
Elective Course 3
Elective Course 3
Elective Course 3
Total Hours120-122

BS in Kinesiology with Human Fitness & Performance concentration

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN KINESIOLOGY
HUMAN FITNESS AND PERFORMANCE CONCENTRATION
FRESHMAN
Fall
BIOL 1305
BIOL 1107
General Biology
and Topics in Study of Life I
4
HIST 1301History of U.S. to 18653
MATH 1320Math for Social Sciences I3-5
or MATH 1508 Precalculus
or MATH 1411 Calculus I
RWS 1301Rhetoric & Composition I3
UNIV 1301Seminar/Critical Inquiry3
Spring
BIOL 2311
BIOL 2111
Human Anat/Physiology I
and Human Anat/Physio Lab I
4
HIST 1302History of U.S. Since 18653
PSYC 1301Introduction to Psychology3
RWS 1302Rhetoric & Composition 23
Creative Arts Core3
SOPHOMORE
Fall
BIOL 2313
BIOL 2113
Human Anat/Physiology II
and Human Anat/Physio Lab II
4
CHEM 1307
CHEM 1107
Intro to General Chemistry
and Intro General Chemistry Lab
4
Or
General Chemistry
and Laboratory for CHEM 1305
COMM 1301Public Speaking3
POLS 2310Introduction to Politics3
Spring
CHEM 1308
CHEM 1108
Intro Organic & Biochemistry
and Intro Organic & Biochem Lab
4
Or
General Chemistry
and Laboratory for CHEM 1306
HSCI 2302Fundamentals of Nutrition3
KIN 3303Hist,Socio,Phil of Sport & PA3
PSYC 1303Statistical Methods3
POLS 2311American Gover & Politics3
JUNIOR
Fall
KIN 3313Assessment and Evaluation3
KIN 3331Anatomical Kinesiology3
KIN 3332Motor Behavior3
KIN 4312Exercise Physiology3
PHYS 1403General Physics I4
Spring
KIN 4301Personal Training3
KIN 4313Biomechanics3
KIN 4341Pract Appl of Strength/Condit3
KIN 4440Sci. Princpls-Strength/Tr/Con4
PHIL 2306Ethics3
SENIOR
Fall
HSCI 3322Sports Nutrition3
KIN 4442Geriatric Fitness Programming4
KIN 4445Strength/Cond Prog Design4
Elective Course 3
Spring
KIN 4317Sport Psychology3
KIN 4351Intern Hum Fit, Perf, Stre Con3
Elective Course 3
Elective Course 3
Total Hours120-122

BS in Kinesiology with Physical Education Teacher Education concentration & ALED minor 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN KINESIOLOGY
PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER EDUCATION CONCENTRATION WITH ALL-LEVEL EDUCATION MINOR
FRESHMAN
Fall
BIOL 1305
BIOL 1107
General Biology
and Topics in Study of Life I
4
EDU 1342Action Research in Classrooms3
MATH 1320Math for Social Sciences I3-5
or MATH 1508 Precalculus
or MATH 1411 Calculus I
RWS 1301Rhetoric & Composition I3
UNIV 1301Seminar/Critical Inquiry3
Spring
BIOL 2311
BIOL 2111
Human Anat/Physiology I
and Human Anat/Physio Lab I
4
HIST 1301History of U.S. to 18653
PSYC 1303Statistical Methods3
RWS 1302Rhetoric & Composition 23
Creative Arts Core3
SOPHOMORE
Fall
BIOL 2313
BIOL 2113
Human Anat/Physiology II
and Human Anat/Physio Lab II
4
COMM 1301Public Speaking3
HIST 1302History of U.S. Since 18653
HSCI 2302Fundamentals of Nutrition3
KIN 3303Hist,Socio,Phil of Sport & PA3
Spring
KIN 3331Anatomical Kinesiology3
KIN 3332Motor Behavior3
KIN 3333Motor Development3
PHYS 1403General Physics I4
POLS 2310Introduction to Politics3
JUNIOR
Fall
KIN 3313Assessment and Evaluation3
KIN 3315Princip of Teaching & Lead PE3
KIN 4312Exercise Physiology3
KIN 4314Special Pop: Charac/Motor Beh3
PHIL 2306Ethics3
POLS 2311American Gover & Politics3
Spring
EDPC 3300Intro to Youth Dev & Spec Ed3
KIN 3217Fundamental Movement Skills2
KIN 3219Individual Games and Sports2
KIN 3221Team Games and Sports2
KIN 3223Lifetime Physical Activities2
KIN 4330Exercise Prescription & Prog3
SCED 3311Curriculum Plan-Secondary Schl3
SENIOR
Fall
BED 4317Tch & Empwr ELLs in Sec Schls3
KIN 4313Biomechanics3
KIN 4319Teaching Elem. School Phy. Ed.3
KIN 4321Adv Lead & Teach Sec School PE3
RED 3342Content Area Literacy3
Spring
TED 4698Student Teach: All-Levels PE6
Total120