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CATALOG YEARS: 2014-2016 TOTAL UNITS REQUIRED = 120

Kinesiology (B.S.) (PAGE 1 of 2)


Option in Health Science
This worksheet is intended for supplemental use only. The University will use your Academic Requirements Report (ARR) to
track all of your graduation requirements, including those for your major. Please continue to check your ARR for accuracy. If
your ARR requires a correction, please submit an ARR Correction Form.

Courses used for the major may NOT double count towards upper-division general education requirements and may NOT be in
the same discipline as your major.

 Kinesiology is an impacted major. Please visit www.csusm.edu/kinesiology for impaction criteria.


 All non-articulated courses MUST be approved and submitted by a faculty advisor.
 All courses used for the major must be completed with a grade of C (2.0) or better.
 A minimum of 18 units of upper division course work in Kinesiology must be completed at CSUSM.

PRE-KINESIOLOGY CORE (15 UNITS)


*Must be completed prior to applying to Kinesiology major (refer to Impaction Criteria)
Course Number/Title Units Grade Sem Equivalent Institution Need IP Met

BIOL 104 - Principles of Biology: Human Emphasis 4


BIOL 177 - Intro to Anatomy/Physiology for Kinesiology I
4
(Pre/co-requisite: BIOL 104; meets General Education requirements: B2/B3)
BIOL 178 - Intro to Anatomy/Physiology for Kinesiology II
4
(Prerequisite: BIOL 177)

KINE 202 - Intro to Physical Education & Kinesiology 3

PREPARATION FOR THE MAJOR (13 UNITS)


*Must apply and be admitted to the Kinesiology major to enroll (except PSYC 100)
Course Number/Title Units Grade Sem Equivalent Institution Need IP Met
CHEM 105 - Organic and Biochemistry for Life
(meets General Education requirement: B1/B3; offered in spring only for KINE
5
students)
*Must be admitted to KINE program prior to enrollment

KINE 200 - First Aid and Safety 1

KINE 201 - CPR and AED 1


KINE 204 - Tech & Analysis of Fitness/Weight Training 3
PSYC 100 - Introduction to Psychology
3
(meets General Education requirement: D)

UPPER DIVISION (35-36 UNITS)


*Must apply and be admitted into the Kinesiology major to enroll (except KINE 306 and SOC 314)
Course Number/Title Units Grade Sem Equivalent Institution Need IP Met
KINE 301 - Motor Control & Learning
4
(Prerequisites: BIOL 177, 178, Pre/co-requisite: KINE 303 or 403)
KINE 303 – Statistics and Research Methods
3
(Prerequisite: B4 Math requirement; formerly KINE 403)
KINE 306 - Exercise Fitness and Health
3
(meets General Education requirement: E)
KINE 316 - Stress Management 3
KINE 326 - Introductory Exercise Physiology
4
(Prerequisites: BIOL 177, 178, Pre/co-requisite: KINE 303 or 403)

KINE 336 – Nutrition for Health and Exercise Performance 3


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UPPER DIVISION (continued)


Course Number/Title Units Grade Sem Equivalent Institution Need IP Met
KINE 404 - Introduction to Epidemiology
3
(Prerequisite: KINE 303 or 403)
KINE 405 - Health & Drug Education
3
(Prerequisites: KINE 202, PSYC 100)
KINE 407 – Principles of Health Promotion and Education
3
((Prerequisite: KINE 202)
HD 350 – Health and Human Development
3-4
(SOC 314 also accepted)
KINE 495 - Internship in Kinesiology
3
(Prerequisites: > 90 credit hours, KINE 326, Faculty approval)

UPPER DIVISION MAJOR ELECTIVES (6 UNITS)


 Choose two (2)courses from the following:

Any 300 or 400-level KINE courses (3-6)


OR
PHIL 345 - Bioethics and Medical Ethics (3)
PSYC 361 - Brain and Mind (3)
PSYC 428 - Community Psychology (3)
PSYC 432 - Health Psychology (Prerequisite: KINE 403) (3)

*PSYC 432 prerequisites: PSYC 100, PSYC 220 (or KINE 403), PSYC 230, and at least 1 upper division PSYC course (300 or 400 level)

Course Number/Title Units Grade Sem Equivalent Institution Need IP Met


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