Minors in Kinesiology
Coach Education Minor
A minor in coach education prepares future professionals for a variety of coaching and recreational positions. Students will cover a selection of topics including, but not limited to, psychology of coaching, sport-specific techniques, organizational strategies, and emergency medical response. Students will also have the opportunity to participate in their choice of practicum experience in an actual sport setting.
To graduate with a minor in coach education, students must complete 18 semester hours from the following: ATRN 2000, KIN 2512, KIN 2525 (3 hours required), KIN 2526; select one from KIN 1802, KIN 1803, KIN 1804; select two from KIN 2511, KIN 2515, KIN 2516, KIN 2517, KIN 2518, KIN 2519.
For more information on the Coach Education Minor contact K-Lynn McKey at 225 578-8986 or email@example.com.
Health Sciences Minor
To graduate with a minor in health sciences, students must complete 18 semester hours from the following: KIN 1600; 6 sem. hrs. selected from KIN 2600, KIN 2603, KIN 2604, KIN 2577; 9 sem. hrs. from KIN 3605, KIN 3608, KIN 3609, KIN 3660, KIN 4601, KIN 4602,KIN 4605, KIN 4606.
For more information on the Health Sciences Minor contact Deborah Dailey at 225 578-7995 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sports Studies Minor
To graduate with a minor in sports studies, students must complete 18 semester hours from the following: KIN 2530, three activity courses and 12 sem. hrs. from the following courses: KIN 2502, KIN 2511, KIN 2525, KIN 2526, KIN 3507, KIN 3800, KIN 4513, KIN 4515, KIN 4517, KIN 4800, MKT 3410.
For more information on the Sport Studies Minor contact Dee Jacobsen at 225 578-3548 or email@example.com.