HFPR-100 Introduction to Kinesiology

Credits 2 / 2 Contact Hours
 Pre-requisite: Placement into RDGN-016 (ACSR-016)
Introduction to Kinesiology is designed to familiarize students to the conceptual models within the study of Kinesiology.  Students will learn about the various sub-disciplines within kinesiology, and professional skills and knowledge necessary for their desired career pathway including; working with others, communication skills, legal and ethical responsibilities, and cultural considerations in the fitness industry, problem solving, decision making, accepting personal responsibility and self mangement.  Topics include: holistic overview of human activity and its study, career clusters, future trends, job skills and demands including problem solving skills, ehtics and liability, professionalism and emplyability skills.  

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