KINES 100 — EXERCISE, NUTRITION, AND HEALTH

2 credits.

Guidelines and assessment methods for fitness and nutrition. Motivation, adherence and stress-reduction techniques discussed. Lecture-demonstration concerning effects of exercise and nutrition on health and well-being. Team-taught by faculty and staff with expertise in exercise physiology, nutrition, and psychology.

KINES 104 — AQUATICS

1 credit.

Attainment and maintenance of a high degree of personal efficiency in swimming strokes and proficiency in fundamental aquatic skills, and an understanding of the fundamental physiological, mechanical and kinesiological principles as they relate to aquatic performance.

KINES 115 — PHYSIOLOGY OF HUMAN PERFORMANCE

3 credits.

Humans are capable of achieving astonishing performances in athletics, in work and in other extraordinary situations. These extraordinary performances often provide important insights into physiological processes and their limits. This course integrates information from biology, chemistry, psychology, mechanics, etc., to understand the factors that determine and limit human performance from the molecular level all the way up to whole body movement. The emphasis in the class is on using case studies to investigate physiological processes underlying movement, exercise, and performance.

KINES 116 — FIRST AID AND BASIC LIFE SUPPORT

2 credits.

Techniques and procedures to deal effectively with common emergencies. Includes training in airway obstruction, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, automated external defibrillation, injuries, and medical emergencies.

KINES 119 — INTRODUCTION TO KINESIOLOGY

2 credits.

Introduces students to the field of kinesiology and the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Introductory material about physical activity and health will be provided, and career opportunities in kinesiology will be discussed.

KINES 121 — FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

2 credits.

Introduction to physical education teaching, movement education, and an operational understanding of the scientific study of human movement. Lecture and lab. Open to Freshmen

KINES 123 — LIVING WELL: LIFESTYLE BALANCE AND HEALTH PROMOTION FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS

2 credits.

This course is designed to promote student's wellness as they manage college life and its demands. It examines health and well being related to college students' time-use patterns; balance among daily activities; daily routines and habits; circadian rhythms, energy cycles and sleep; self-care activities; and stress management. Students in this course apply course material to their own lives by participating in a self-analysis of their lifestyle, participating in mindfulness and other wellness activities, and engaging in a lifestyle balance project.

KINES 125 — ADAPTED FITNESS AND PERSONAL TRAINING

1 credit.

Fitness class for developing individualized personal goals. Accommodates persons having temporary or permanent disability. Alternative to dropping from other program classes due to injury or other medical reason.

KINES 126 — GYMNASTICS FOR TEACHING

2 credits.

Teaching progressions, spotting, and safety in men's and women's gymnastics events and equipment.

KINES 127 — INTRODUCTION TO ATHLETIC TRAINING

2 credits.

An introductory course covering issues and basic concepts regarding prevention, management, and treatment of athletic injuries. The role of the athletic trainer in the sports medicine field is emphasized.

KINES 129 — INTRODUCTION TO YOGA PRACTICE

1 credit.

An introduction to yoga practice, philosophy, history, and traditions.

KINES 134 — MOVEMENT TECHNIQUES FOR STRESS MANAGEMENT

1 credit.

Use of movement strategies to develop skills for reducing tensions associated with stress. Stategies include neuromuscular relaxation,flexibility exercises and movement awareness techniques.

KINES 140 — SCIENCE AND PRACTICE OF RESISTANCE TRAINING

2 credits.

Lectures and demonstrations on the principles of resistance training and associated physiological effects designed for practitioners who wish to gain a detailed understanding of the science of resistance training.

KINES 141 — THE SCIENCE & PRACTICE OF MARATHON/DISTANCE RUNNING

2 credits.

Advanced running course. Principles of long distance/marathon running are discussed and applied; provides a foundation for high level aerobic fitness. Lecture/discussion in areas of biomechanics, nutrition, training principles and programs, physiology, and running performance. Tempo/endurance featured throughout course. This course is intended for students who run 15 + miles/week.

KINES 145 — CHOOSING TO MOVE: CONSTRUCTING AN ACTIVE LIFESTYLE

2 credits.

Will promote physical activity at a level to achieve health benefits, particularly in students who currently are insufficiently active (less than 150 minutes each week of moderate intensity physical activity). Students will apply course materials (e.g., behavior change strategies) to their own lives by completing self-analysis of their physical activity levels and then developing a physical activity plan to increase current physical activity levels, as well as a plan to maintain the activity after the course has ended.

KINES 147 — TAI CHI CH'UAN

1 credit.

Learn and practice 24-movement Yang Style Tai Chi Form and Animal Frolic Qi Gong Form

KINES 197 — TECHNIQUES IN ATHLETIC TRAINING

1 credit.

An applied clinical approach to basic skills commonly used in the field of athletic training. Designed for students interested in athletic training, and an appropriate elective for those who plan to teach or coach.

KINES 200 — INTRODUCTORY NEUROSCIENCE

4 credits.

Entry-level course provides a systematic introduction to the mammalian nervous system, with emphasis on the structure and function of the human brain. Topics include the function of nerve cells, sensory systems, control of movement, learning and memory, and diseases of the nervous system. The foundational knowledge covered in this course serves students interested in health sciences majors, as well as non-science students interested in neuroscience and its relation to human health, wellness, and disease.

KINES 227 — INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL ANATOMY OF HUMAN MOVEMENT

2 credits.

Designed to provide students with a foundational knowledge in musculoskeletal anatomy and anatomical considerations related to human movement and physical activity.

KINES 235 — HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY AND HEALTH

4 credits.

In this introductory course students learn basic physiological concepts, apply them to understand human health and disease, and link them to broader core concepts in biology. Each student completes a project in which they apply their conceptual understanding of general biology and physiology to investigate and create informational materials for the public about a disease or health promotion strategy. The foundational knowledge covered in this course serves students interested in health sciences majors, as well as non-science students interested in life-long health.

KINES 240 — METHODS OF TEACHING INVASION GAMES AND SPORTS

1 credit.

An examination of differences and similarities of various invasion games. Sequencing of skills and development of concepts to produce effective performance. Instruction in the teaching of invasion games to incorporate individuals of all ability levels.

KINES/​E ASIAN  277 — KENDO: INTEGRATION OF MARTIAL ARTS AND LIBERAL ARTS

2 credits.

Kendo practice (martial art) supplemented by lecture describing its historical roots and philosophical background.

KINES 300 — PRACTICUM IN KINESIOLOGY

1-3 credits.

Supervised experience in a specialized area of physical education.

KINES 301 — ADVANCED TECHNIQUES IN ATHLETIC TRAINING

2 credits.

A course to provide the future athletic training professional with a foundation in advanced athletic training techniques. Sample topics include: injury prevention, emergency care, orthopedic appliance applications, protective equipment, environmental considerations, and computer applications.

KINES 312 — TECHNOLOGY FOR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

2 credits.

Designed to provide students with creative technology strategies in the fields of school wellness education, physical activity, and fitness management. Students will build skills for using widely available technology resources to enhance instruction, assessment, motivation, communication, and advocacy in health and fitness settings. Skill-specific units present experiential assignments that increase learner confidence. Each unit produces print or digital materials for practical professional use with an emphasis on innovation.

KINES 314 — PHYSIOLOGY OF EXERCISE

4 credits.

Fundamental knowledge about, and appreciation for, the adaptability of human physiological systems in meeting a range of exercise demands.

KINES 315 — ASSESSMENT AND RESEARCH IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PEDAGOGY

3 credits.

Course topics and laboratory experiences will focus on parameters that are measured in physical activity pedagogy; instruments for measuring physical activity, health related fitness, knowledge, and psychological characteristics; concepts of assessment and research, basic statistical methods; and action research.

KINES 316 — ADAPTED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

3 credits.

An understanding of foundations, assessment and pedagogy for individuals with disabilities in a variety of physical activity settings. Emphasis on individual differences, life-span, and self-actualization.

KINES 317 — EVALUATION AND DIAGNOSIS OF ORTHOPEDIC CONDITIONS

4 credits.

The evaluative skills and knowledge needed for minimum competency in the recognition, evaluation, and diagnosis of orthopedic conditions common to active populations.

KINES 318 — BIOMECHANICS OF HUMAN MOVEMENT

3 credits.

Analysis of human action through the application of mechanical principles.

KINES 323 — PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHILDREN

3 credits.

Introduction to program development in physical education for elementary education majors.

KINES 325 — GROUP DEVELOPMENT AND BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT

3 credits.

Provide students with opportunities and experiences to learn and participate in the development of groups. Provide students with strategies and experiences in the management of behaviors and techniques to maintain a safe and productive teaching environment.

KINES 327 — CURRENT TOPICS IN OUTDOOR PURSUITS

1 credit.

Introduce students to several outdoor activities to enable the teaching of these topics.

KINES/​ANATOMY  328 — HUMAN ANATOMY

3 credits.

Lectures. Structure of the human body.

KINES/​ANATOMY  329 — HUMAN ANATOMY-KINESIOLOGY

2 credits.

Required for dance-related majors. Open to Fr

KINES 330 — RESEARCH IN KINESIOLOGY

2 credits.

The research process as applied in kinesiology, including hypothesis development, ethical issues, study design, measurement and statistical concepts, and presentation of results. Includes exposure to current research within the Department of Kinesiology.

KINES 332 — SPECIALIZED TEACHING EXPERIENCE

1 credit.

KINES 335 — METHODS OF TEACHING ELEMENTARY PHYSICAL EDUCATION

3 credits.

Theory, organization, and teaching; small group teaching in elementary schools.

KINES 337 — HUMAN ANATOMY

3 credits.

Uses a regional approach to provide a foundation of knowledge in human anatomy. Units cover an introduction to anatomical systems; back and limbs; thorax, abdomen, and pelvis; and head and neck.

KINES 338 — HUMAN ANATOMY LABORATORY

2 credits.

Takes a regional approach to cover the gross anatomy of the human body in four units: introduction to anatomical systems; back and limbs; thorax, abdomen, and pelvis; and head and neck. A variety of tools, including interactive software, models, and specimens, will be used.

KINES 350 — INTRODUCTION TO EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY

3 credits.

Emphasis on the psychological foundations of exercise with motivational techniques, perception of effort, personality dynamics, and mental health serving as the focal points.

KINES 353 — HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN A MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY

2 credits.

Familiarize students with perspectives of culture and diversity, the concepts and importance of culturally responsive teaching, and the Act 31 requirement for teacher education students within a health and physical education/activity context. Students will have opportunities to incorporate concepts from class into their Multicultural Field Experience.

KINES 355 — SOCIO-CULTURAL ASPECTS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

3 credits.

An introduction to the philosophy of physical activity/education, history of physical activity/education and sport, and sociology of sport. Successful completion of or exemption from Communication Part A requirement. Courses designated as satisfying the Part A requirement cannot be used to satisfy the Communication Part B requirement.

KINES 357 — THERAPEUTIC STRATEGIES IN ATHLETIC TRAINING I

4 credits.

A study of therapeutic intervention strategies used by athletic trainers. Evidence guided principles and clinical applications of therapeutic exercise, use of physical agents, indications and contra-indications, program design, progression, and standard documentation.

KINES 358 — THERAPEUTIC STRATEGIES IN ATHLETIC TRAINING II

4 credits.

A study of therapeutic intervention strategies used by athletic trainers. Evidence guided principles and clinical applications of therapeutic exercise, use of physical agents, indications and contra-indications, program design, progression, and standard documentation. A continuation of KINES 357.

KINES 360 — LIFESPAN MOTOR DEVELOPMENT

3 credits.

(For majors) Motor development in individuals at various points in the life span; use of such information as a framework for assessing levels of motor development. How to observe movement, interpreting and using such information as one important basis for planning what and how to teach.

KINES 361 — MOTOR LEARNING AND PERFORMANCE

3 credits.

A basic and up-to-date view of the major processes and mechanisms underlying the performance and learning of motor skills. Principles in motor learning and control are systematically introduced to produce a meaningful conceptual framework.

KINES 364 — ASSESSMENT AND PROGRAMMING IN ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION

3 credits.

Physical education methods, programs and assessment procedures related to individuals with a variety of disabilities.

KINES 365 — PRACTICUM: ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION

2 credits.

A practicum experience for individuals who are emphasizing the area of Physical Education/Special Populations. Six hours per week working with individuals who have disabling conditions.

KINES 370 — PLANNING, TEACHING AND ASSESSMENT IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION

3 credits.

Prepare the kinesiology student in organizing, planning, assessing and implementing developmentally appropriate learning experiences aligned with local, state, and national standards to address the diverse needs of all students.

KINES 371 — METHODS OF TEACHING PK-12 DANCE AND GYMNASTICS

3 credits.

Methods of instruction in movement concepts, educational dance and gymnastics. Students will gain practice in planning, teaching, and assessing home school students, as well as practice in assessing their own teaching. Students will apply concepts presented in KINES 370 Planning and Teaching Physical Education.

KINES 372 — METHODS OF TEACHING PK-12 EDUCATIONAL GAMES AND FITNESS

3 credits.

Address methods of instruction in motor skills, educational games and fitness. Students will gain practice in planning, teaching, and assessing public school students, as well as practice in assessing their own teaching. Students will apply concepts presented in KINES 370 Planning and Teaching Physical Education.

KINES 373 — METHODS OF TEACHING SECONDARY SPORT CONCEPTS AND SKILLS

3 credits.

Addresses methods of instruction in sport tactical concepts and skills. Students will gain practice in planning, teaching, and assessing secondary school students, as well as practice in assessing their own teaching. The goal is for students to develop into proficient teachers. Students will apply concepts presented in Kinesiology 370 Planning and Teaching Physical Education.

KINES 375 — PRACTICUM IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION

3 credits.

Provide opportunities for the physical education student to develop competencies in the teaching skills necessary to provide quality Physical Education to children and youth. Students will receive individualized feedback about their performance from the cooperating teacher and the university supervisor. The course will also provide a forum for students to learn from their peers through discussions, sharing their experiences and knowledge gained from their practicum placement.

KINES 390 — PRINCIPLES OF EXERCISE LEADERSHIP

2 credits.

Introduction to the design of individual and group exercise programs utilized in fitness leadership roles. Supervised practical experience will be provided in class to assist the development of student leadership skills.

KINES 399 — INDEPENDENT STUDY

1-3 credits.

KINES 400 — ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF ATHLETIC TRAINING PROGRAMS

3 credits.

Principles of organizational theory and administrative practice as they apply to athletic training and sports medicine programs. Emphasis on developing knowledge and skills needed for entry-level professionals in the athletic training field.

KINES 412 — ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

2 credits.

The presentation of materials and depth study of the organization and administration of a sound program of physical education, the knowledge of which is mandatory for all physical education teachers.

KINES 417 — ADVANCED CLINICAL ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES IN ATHLETIC TRAINING

2 credits.

Designed to provide students with knowledge and skills in advanced clinical assessment techniques used in the evaluation of injuries, illnesses, and conditions found in physically active populations.

KINES 427 — FITNESS TESTING AND EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION

3 credits.

Fitness assessment and exercise prescription principles are applied to the health-related fitness components through discussion and lab activities.

KINES 450 — CLINICAL FIELD EXPERIENCE IN ATHLETIC TRAINING

3 credits.

A clinical field placement course for students in the athletic training professional preparation program. Clinical placements under the direction of an AT Program Clinical Preceptor are offered in a variety of clinical settings including intercollegiate, secondary school, and private clinical settings.

KINES 457 — MEDICAL PROBLEMS OF EXERCISE AND SPORTS

3 credits.

Responses of the human body to exercise and sports with specific discussion of acute and chronic medical problems which may affect performance. Emphasis on cardiopulmonary, metabolic, nutritional, fluid-electrolyte, heat-temperature regulation.

KINES 462 — METHODS OF TEACHING SECONDARY PHYSICAL EDUCATION

3 credits.

Designed to help students understand teaching methods at the secondary level. There will be opportunities to visit middle and high schools for observation and practice teaching.

KINES 475 — SEMINAR IN ATHLETIC TRAINING

1 credit.

An advanced undergraduate seminar for students in the athletic training professional preparation program. Research trends, evidence-based clinical practice, transition to practice, and current issues in the field of athletic training are emphasized.

KINES/​CURRIC  478 — ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUCATION STUDENT TEACHING

2-8 credits.

KINES/​CURRIC  479 — MIDDLE SCHOOL OR HIGH SCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUCATION STUDENT TEACHING

2-8 credits.

KINES/​CURRIC  501 — HEALTH INFORMATION FOR TEACHERS

3 credits.

Basic scientific health knowledge and its application to the total school program.

KINES 508 — WORKSHOP IN KINESIOLOGY

1-3 credits.

KINES 516 — PHYSICAL ACTIVITY FOR DIVERSE ABILITIES

3 credits.

Students will develop knowledge and skills necessary to provide meaningful and inclusive physical activity for diverse abilities across the life-span.

KINES 521 — PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND HEALTH

3 credits.

Research evidence regarding how physical activity and fitness are related to health (e.g., during pregnancy and aging) and disease, especially cardiovascular diseases, obesity, diabetes, osteoporosis, and cancer. Application and communication of knowledge in practical situations.

KINES/​MEDICINE/​NURSING  523 — CLINICAL EXERCISE TESTING & TRAINING

3 credits.

Physiological basis and methods of human exercise testing and training. Topics: clinical exercise physiology, exercise testing protocols, cardiopulmonary monitoring, basic ECG interpretation, exercise prescription.

KINES/​NUTR SCI  525 — NUTRITION IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND HEALTH

3 credits.

The purpose of this course is to provide undergraduate and graduate students with both scientific knowledge and application of nutrition related to exercise, health, and sports.

KINES 527 — PRINCIPLES OF STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

3 credits.

Present/discuss the scientific basis and current practices of strength and conditioning for athletic performance. Training program design and training methods, for performance enhancement, related to the areas of strength, power, speed, and endurance.

KINES 531 — NEURAL CONTROL OF MOVEMENT

3 credits.

Intermediate course on neuronal circuits and neurophysiological mechanisms involved in the control of human motor behavior. Including discussion of: 1) sensorimotor integration, 2) interactions between spinal, brainstem, and cerebral cortical levels of control, and 3) how motor control knowledge is created and evaluated.

KINES/​CURRIC/​ELPA  541 — ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF SCHOOL HEALTH PROGRAMS

3 credits.

Theory, philosophy, patterns, and responsibilities.

KINES/​CURRIC  542 — TEACHER EDUCATION ABOUT ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS

3 credits.

Social and cultural factors which influence the use and abuse of alcohol and other selected psychoactive drugs. Emphasis on educational concepts and processes important for instructional planning, curriculum strategies, value clarification, evaluation of learning, and countermeasure research developments.

KINES/​CURRIC  561 — TEACHER EDUCATION IN HUMAN SEXUALITY

3 credits.

Student teachers plan educational experiences through which children and youth can learn about human potential in sexuality.

KINES/​CURRIC  567 — ISSUES, MATERIALS AND METHODS IN HEALTH EDUCATION

3 credits.

Principles, materials, and methods.

KINES 590 — CURRENT TOPICS IN KINESIOLOGY

1-3 credits.

KINES 600 — ADVANCED EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY

3 credits.

Exercise and performance examined from the standpoint of motivation, personality dynamics, psychophysics, mental health, social psychology, and behavioral medicine.

KINES 614 — BIOLOGICAL FACTORS INFLUENCING EXERCISE PERFORMANCE

3 credits.

Exploration of selected factors relative to performance and exercise physiology : e.g., ergogenic aids, nutritional factors, gender and age of the athlete, an d long term competitive events.

KINES 615 — LABORATORY TECHNIQUES IN EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY

2 credits.

Laboratory procedures and skills commonly used in exercise physiology.

KINES 618 — BIOMECHANICS

2-3 credits.

Biomechanics of human movement and skill with emphasis on kinematics and kinetics.

KINES 690 — INTERNSHIP IN KINESIOLOGY

3-6 credits.

Integrated learning from didactic courses in an approved supervisor setting such as a research laboratory or a health and fitness facility. Students will assume responsibilities that are consistent with their level of professional development and learning experiences.

KINES 699 — INDEPENDENT STUDY

1-3 credits.

KINES 700 — PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF EXERCISE

3 credits.

Consequences of involvement in acute and chronic exercise on selected psychological states such as anxiety, depression, hostility, and self-esteem.

KINES 713 — NEURAL BASIS OF NORMAL AND PATHOLOGICAL MOVEMENT

3 credits.

In-depth look at anatomic, neurophysiological, behavioral, and clinical aspects of motor control under normal and pathological conditions. Movement disorders include sensory neuropathy, cerebral cortical or brain stem stroke, basal ganglia dysfunction, and cerebellar disease.

KINES 721 — NEURAL BASIS FOR MOVEMENT

3 credits.

How the central nervous system organizes skilled human performance. Evolution of neuromuscular mechanisms, subserving skills, and the causes and limitations of movement at high speeds and high levels of force.

KINES/​PHYSIOL  773 — CARDIORESPIRATORY ADAPTIONS TO ENVIRONMENT AND EXERCISE

3 credits.

Examination of the effects of acute and chronic exercise and exposure to hypo- and hyperbaric environments on physiological responses; mechanisms underlying these responses.

KINES 774 — METABOLIC RESPONSES TO EXERCISE AND ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS

2 credits.

Examination of the metabolic and biochemical responses to acute and chronic exercise and environmental stress. Emphasis placed on the mechanisms underlying these responses.

KINES/​NEUROL  779 — HUMAN MUSCLE FUNCTION IN HEALTH AND DISEASE

2 credits.

Multidisciplinary seminar on human muscle function in health and disease. The course is geared toward advanced undergraduate and graduate students in kinesiology, physical and occupational therapy, motor control and behavior, neurophysiology resident in neurology and other related allied health professionals.

KINES 785 — HUMAN OCCUPATION AND HEALTH

2-3 credits.

This course focuses on the nature of human occupation (everyday purposeful activity) and its relationship to well-being and health. Theories of occupation and health are critically examined.

KINES/​POP HLTH  791 — PHYSICAL ACTIVITY EPIDEMIOLOGY

3 credits.

Recommendations for and surveillance of physical activity in the U.S., and associations with health and disease at the population level. Emphasis on measurement techniques, study design and research considerations.

KINES 800 — SEMINAR-EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY

2 credits.

Research oriented developments in exercise psychology.

KINES 861 — PRINCIPLES OF MOTOR CONTROL AND LEARNING

3 credits.

Theories and experimental findings in motor control, acquisition and retention of motor behavior. Topics: attention, models of motor control, kinesthesis, learning, information processing, memory, transfer, feedback, age and gender differences.

KINES 885 — SEMINAR IN OCCUPATION AND HEALTH

1 credit.

]This seminar will focus on current theoretical and methodological issues and problems within the study of human occupation and health.

KINES 900 — SEMINAR IN KINESIOLOGY

1 credit.

This course provides a forum for students, faculty and staff from the department of kinesiology to present and discuss research and current issues related to the field of kinesiology.

KINES 951 — SEMINAR-BIOMECHANICS

2 credits.

KINES 953 — HUMAN BIODYNAMICS SEMINAR

1 credit.

KINES/​POP HLTH  955 — SEMINAR - PHYSICAL ACTIVITY EPIDEMIOLOGY

1 credit.

Current research developments in physical activity epidemiology.

KINES 961 — SEMINAR IN MOTOR CONTROL AND LEARNING

2 credits.

KINES 990 — RESEARCH OR THESIS

1-12 credits.

KINES 991 — RESEARCH IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY- THEORY AND DESIGN

3 credits.

Basic principles of scientific inquiry and their application to the study of physical activity.

KINES 999 — INDEPENDENT READING

1-4 credits.