Code
Course Credits
EDUC 350 EDUC 350 - Teaching Physical Education

Teaching methodology and curriculum for physical education instruction. An introduction to lesson planning, active living, movement skills, and safety, fair play and leadership as it applies to students in a school physical education program.Cross-listed: HKIN 350.Prerequisite(s): Third year standing or instructor's consent. (3-0; 3-0)

3.00
HKIN 191 HKIN 191 - Introduction to Exercise Physiology

Applied study of exercise factors: the cardiovascular system, anthropometry, nutrition, and environmental conditions. Emphasis on assessment and prescription in laboratory sessions.Prerequisite(s): None. (3-1; 0-0)

3.00
HKIN 195 HKIN 195 - Foundations of Human Kinetics

An introductory overview of the fields of Human Kinetics and sport with an emphasis on the basic knowledge necessary for leadership positions or careers in these fields. Current issues and future developments. Integration of biblical perspectives in Human Kinetics and sport.Prerequisite(s): None. (3-0; 0-0)

3.00
HKIN 260 HKIN 260 - Growth and Development

A study of developmental principles and theoretical approaches and issues related to the study of human growth and development and motor behaviour across the life span.NB: Offered every other year.Prerequisite(s): HKIN 191, 195. (0-0; 3-0)

3.00
HKIN 280 HKIN 280 - Intro to Coaching

An introduction to the field of coaching, including the role of the coach, responsibilities from planning through evaluation, and relationships with the team and other groups. An analysis of problems and issues in coaching. NCCP theory certification is available.Prerequisite(s): None. (0-0; 3-0)

3.00
HKIN 295 HKIN 295 - Contemporary Issues in Health

An introduction to health education: stress management, nutrition, weight control, medicines and drugs, substance abuse, reproduction, pregnancy, infectious diseases, cancer, and health care systems.Prerequisite(s): Any Human Kinetics theory course. (0-0; 3-0)

3.00
HKIN 325 HKIN 325 - Socio-Cul & Phil Issues in Sport

An examination of the sociological, cultural, and philosophical dynamics of sport and the way that sport has become a significant socializing agent of society and culture. Sport issues and controversies are explored in depth to assist the human kinetics practitioner in applying critical thinking and critical decision-making in the realm of sport and physical activity.Cross-listed: SOCI 325.Prerequisite(s): Third year standing. (3-0; 0-0)

3.00
HKIN 340 HKIN 340 - Psychology of Sport

The need for and purpose of psychology in sport and physical activity. An examination of the research focusing on psychological and social psychological factors influencing athletic and motor performance.Cross-listed: PSYC 360.Prerequisite(s): Third year standing. (0-0; 3-0)

3.00
HKIN 365 HKIN 365 - Technological Applic in Sport

A study of computers, technology, information systems, electronic research, communication, distance education, video conferencing, and specific software packages related to the sport and recreation domain.Prerequisite(s): Third year standing. (0-0; 3-1)

3.00
HKIN 370 HKIN 370 - Biomechanics

An applied study of the mechanical and anatomical components of human movement with special attention to the analysis of movement problems.Prerequisite(s): HKIN 198, BIOL 241, and third year standing. (3-1; 0-0)

3.00
HKIN 372 HKIN 372 - Athletic Injuries

The theory and practice of the prevention, assessment, management, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Emergency care, nutrition, and taping skills.Prerequisite(s): BIOL 241 or instructor's consent; third year standing. (0-0; 3-1)

3.00
HKIN 376 HKIN 376 - Psycho-Motor Learning

An examination of concepts and the practice of learning motor skills and a theoretical basis for developing effective motor skill learning and teaching strategies.Prerequisite(s): Third year standing. (3-1; 0-0)

3.00
HKIN 453 HKIN 453 - Adapted Physical Activity

Characteristics of the mentally or physically disabled as related to their participation in Human Kinetics, recreation, and sports education. Special interests, needs, limitations, and potentials in relation to the types of activity, programs, and approaches to teaching. Strategies for helping the gifted.Prerequisite(s): Third year standing or instructor's consent. (3-0; 0-0)

3.00