2020-2021 Residential Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Nov 29, 2021  
2020-2021 Residential Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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KI 3850 - Field Experience in Kinesiology


This practical experience is designed to offer experiential learning in a student’s area of interest or to broaden a student’s understanding and exposure to various settings related to kinesiology. Students actively participate and assist in determining the placement setting, which may include coaching, recreation and intramural programs, fitness center instruction or management, event management, physical activity instruction and leadership, athletic training, sports nutrition practices, or other related areas in sport, wellness, recreation, and/or physical activity. Students taking this course will engage in hands on experiences supervised by a professional in the specific area of expertise, will establish personal learning objectives for the experience, will reflect and self‐assess on demonstrated skill development and the transferability of learned skills and concepts to other future experiences. Students will work closely with the advisor and/or field experience faculty supervisor to determine an appropriate experiential opportunity which is consistent with the student’s goals and interests. It is strongly recommended that the kinesiology major enroll in the first field experience in the sophomore year. Prerequisites: KI 1110 , Minimum of 24 credits earned. Variable Credits (1‐4) May be repeated for credit with varying site experiences.



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