KNES200

Introduction to Kinesiology

Restriction: Must be in Kinesiology program; and freshman standing. Or must not be in Kinesiology program; and must have less than 60 credits. Credit only granted for: KNES200 or KNES289M. An overview of kinesiology, the interdisciplinary study of physical activity. Examines human motor behavior and its cultural forms such as sport from the physiological, psychological, sociological, historical, philosophical, and biomechanical perspectives.

Sister Courses: KNES200U

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