» Minor in Health Science and Kinesiology

A minor in Health Science & Kinesiology focuses on the study of basic components of human health and human performance.  Students learn theoretical information and lab techniques to study health processes.  A minimum of nine credits must be upper-division.

Requirements (22 credits)
Bio 204/204L From Molecules to Cells: Evolution of Life on Earth (Gen Biol I)
From Molecules to Cells: Evolution of Life on Earth (Gen Biol I) Lab
4
Chem 140/140L General Chemistry I/General Chemistry I Lab   4
HSK 210/210L Human Anatomy/Human Anatomy Lab 4
HSK 250

Fundamentals of Kinesiology

3
HSK 365 Human Physiology, Part A 3
HSK 366/366L Human Physiology, Part B/Human Physiology, Part B Lab 4
Electives (6-7 credits)
HSK 350/350L Applied Exercise Physiology/Applied Exercise Physiology Lab 4
HSK 385 Aging & Health 3
HSK 340 Science of Obesity 3
HSK 345 Diet, Disease, and Exercise 3
KINE 407 Nutrition for Exercise, Training and Performance 3
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