KP491
Research and Application in Kinesiology: Capstone Experiences (BKin)
0.5 Credit - Fall/Winter

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

A capstone course is considered to be a culminating experience that is taken during the final year of student's degree. Intended to prepare students for the next steps (e.g., the rigor of graduate school, the workplace, etc.) the capstone courses require that students explore, synthesize and critically analyze literature in the field. Each year, KPE faculty will offer a selection of courses under the KP491 umbrella, such as, but not limited to:

  • Psychology of Injury Rehabilitation in Sport and Physical Activity
  • Ethics in Sport, Exercise and Health
  • Aging, Physical Activity and Health
  • Movement Disorders
  • Advanced Exercise Psychology
  • Psychology of Injury Rehabilitation
  • Epidemiology
  • Modern Olympics
  • Advanced Physical Activity for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities
  • Marketing in Sport and Activity
  • Balance, Posture and Gait
  • Advanced Sociology of Physical Activity
  • Seminar in Athletic Injuries

Additional Course Information
Prerequisites
GPA of 8.0 in BKin program.