Academic Catalogs

Kinesiology

Credit Courses

KIN C1011 Unit (18 lecture hours)  
Personal Fitness and Wellness  

Grading Mode: Standard Letter, Pass/No Pass

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.

Formerly PE C101. Individualized program of exercise, fitness, stress control, and body weight control to improve muscle strength, endurance, flexibility, and overall physical fitness to achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Graded or Pass/No Pass option.

KIN C1903 Units (54 lecture hours)  
Physiology of Exercise  

Grading Mode: Standard Letter, Pass/No Pass

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.

Formerly PE C190. This course will provide a basic knowledge of the physiology of physical fitness and athletic training for fitness professionals and fitness enthusiasts interested in a more in-depth understanding of the body's responses to exercise conditioning. Graded or Pass/No Pass option.

KIN C2013 Units (54 lecture hours)  
Fitness for Life  

Grading Mode: Standard Letter, Pass/No Pass

Transfer Credit: CSU.

Application of principles of human anatomy, physiology, nutrition, and behavior change to the development of exercise programs for health and fitness. This course is identical to PE C201. Graded or Pass/No Pass option.

KIN C2023 Units (54 lecture hours)  
Introduction to Kinesiology  

Grading Mode: Standard Letter, Pass/No Pass

Transfer Credit: CSU.

Formerly KIN C100. An introduction to the study of human movement, including its role in daily life, its place in higher education, and professional career opportunities in areas related to sport, movement, exercise, and fitness. Students will examine the multiple ways of knowing and studying human movement with a focus on the sub disciplines within Kinesiology. Graded or Pass/No Pass option. C-ID: KIN 100.

KIN C2893 Units (54 lecture hours)  
Exercise Assessment and Program Implementation  
Advisory: KIN C190 and BIOL C102.

Grading Mode: Standard Letter, Pass/No Pass

Transfer Credit: CSU.

Formerly PE C189, C289. Prepares students to use a variety of screening methods to analyze the fitness level and risk factors of implementing an individual exercise program. The course will include the application of health behavior modification theories, strategies for determining individual expectations, and appropriate fitness goals to optimize adherence to an exercise plan. Students will be able to design and implement exercise programs for specific client needs (e.g., specific sports, performance, lifestyle, functional, balance, agility, aerobic, and anaerobic) as well as for some special populations. Graded or Pass/No Pass option.