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 Justin Morris 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 Janene Grodesky at 225-578-3551 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 2501, KIN 2513, KIN 2526, KIN 3507, 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.