The B.S. in Kinesiology requires nine units of prerequisite courses and 51 units in the major, including nine units of foundation courses, 18 units of disciplinary core courses, a three-unit writing course and 21 units of concentration courses. All courses in the major, including prerequisites, must be completed with a “C” (2.0) or better, and must be taken on an Option 1 (letter grade) basis. Kinesiology courses with the “junior or senior standing” prerequisite require students to have completed a minimum of 55 units.
Students in the Teacher Education concentration must substitute KNES 240, KNES 241, KNES 242 and KNES 243 for the Performance Courses requirements (see the Teacher Education concentration for details).
Provides knowledge and practical experience supporrting careers in exercise science and research. Prepares students for advanced study in exercise physiology, biomechanics and/or motor control and learning.