Spring 2015 KIN Graduate Courses

Seats still available in many of these great classes!

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KIN 4981 Understanding Kinesiology Research

04:00 P.M. - 06:30 P.M. , Tu (01/20/2015 - 05/08/2015) , CookeH 215 , TCEASTBANK , Gao PhD,Zan , instruction mode: Classroom/Onsite , 3 credits

Introduction to varied contributions of sport sciences to athletic performance. Evaluation of historical research's contributions toward modern day research questions.

KIN 5111 Sports Facilities

04:40 P.M. - 07:10 P.M. , M (01/20/2015 - 05/08/2015) , CivE 212 , TCEASTBANK , Turman PhD,James C , instruction mode: Classroom/Onsite , 3 credits

Steps in planning/building facilities for athletics, physical education, and sport for college, professional, and public use.

KIN 5720 Special Topics in Kinesiology

04:40 P.M. - 07:10 P.M. , M (01/20/2015 - 05/08/2015) , RapsonH 54 , TCEASTBANK , Gao PhD,Zan , instruction mode: Classroom/Onsite , Physical Activity Epidemiology , A-F only , 3 credits

This course exposes students with accurate and up-to-date information regarding physical activity as it relates toepidemiology in the United States. It is intended to enhance students’ ability to identify important issues pertinent to physical activity epidemiology, as well as develop and maintain a physically active lifestyle.

5:00 P.M. - 07:30 P.M. , M (01/20/2015 - 05/08/2015) , RapsonH 31 , TCEASTBANK , Snyder PhD,Eric Michael , instruction mode: Classroom/Onsite , Cardiopulmonary Exercise Physiology , A-F only , 3 credits

This course will be taught at a graduate level and will cover advanced topics related to cardiovascular and pulmonary anatomy and physiology and their importance in the field of exercise physiology. Emphasis will be placed on the importance of the integrative nature of the cardiovascular and pulmonary systems in the response to exercise. We will also heart and lung interactions that are important in pathophysiology (for example in patients with heart failure, COPD, among others). This course will cover cardiovascular and pulmonary regulation from the cell to the system. In addition, we will cover current controversial topics in the field within peer-reviewed literature. The course will consist of lectures by the instructor, guest lectures, and peer-reviewed journal article critiques/presentations.

KIN 5725 Organization and Management of Physical Education and Sport

04:00 P.M. - 06:30 P.M. , W (01/20/2015 - 05/08/2015) , MurH 228 , TCEASTBANK , Inoue PhD,Yuhei , instruction mode: Classroom/Onsite , 3 credits Comprehensive analysis of organization and management of physical education and sport in educational settings. Focus on management and planning processes, management skills, functions, roles, decision making, leadership, shared systems, and organizational motivation. For physical education teachers, coaches, community sport administrators.

KIN 5804 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Compliance

05:00 P.M. - 06:45 P.M. , M (01/20/2015 - 05/08/2015) , AkerH 317 , TCEASTBANK , Carter,Jeremiah Joseph , instruction mode: Classroom/Onsite , 2 credits

Governance structure, policies, and procedures in intercollegiate athletics. Careers in college athletics as coach, administrator, athletic trainer, counselor, etc.

KIN 5941 Clinical Movement Neuroscience

03:00 P.M. - 05:30 P.M. , Tu (01/20/2015 - 05/08/2015) , ApH 3 , TCEASTBANK , Konczak PhD,Juergen , instruction mode: Classroom/Onsite , 3 credits

This course provides an overview of various neural subsystems involved in controlling human/primate motor behavior. The effects of specific brain lesions on overt behavior will serve as a guide to assess the role of each subsystem. The course attempts to bridge basic and applied neuroscience by adapting a systems approach to motor control. It also discusses possibilities for rehabilitation of neurological movement disorders. This seminar is suitable for students in neuroscience, physical therapy, physiology, psychology and human movement science.

KIN 5987 Professional Skills and Grant Writing for Health Sciences

04:00 P.M. - 05:40 P.M. , Th (01/20/2015 - 05/08/2015) , CivE 214 , TCEASTBANK , Ji PhD,Li Li , instruction mode: Classroom/Onsite , 2 credits

Introduction to structure/function of different organizations (e.g., NIH, AHA). Writing/reviewing grants/manuscripts. Preparing for a job in academia.

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