May 2015 Classes

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May Classes

KIN 1871 - Survey of Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport

Instructor: Chelsey Thul, Ph.D.

08:00 A.M. - 10:30 A.M. , M,Tu,W,Th,F (05/26/2015 - 06/12/2015)

This course is an introduction to the academic disciplines and professional practices of kinesiology, recreation, park and leisure studies, and sport management.

KIN 3114 - Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries

Instructor: Chad Osgood

08:15 A.M. - 10:45 A.M. , M,Tu,W,Th,F (05/26/2015 - 06/12/2015)

This course serves as an introduction to the prevention and care of athletic injuries. The focus will be on athletic injury recognition and management as addressed in the text and lectures.

KIN 3982 - Research Methods in Kinesiology

Instructor: Beth Lewis, Ph.D.

01:00 P.M. - 04:30 P.M. , M,Tu,W,Th (05/26/2015 - 06/12/2015)

At the completion of this course the student will be able to analyze research, specific to (1) the research question; (2) the study design; (3) qualitative methods; (4) quantitative methods; (5) limitations of the research; (6) implications of the research specific to Kinesiology.

KIN 4520 - Current Topics in Kinesiology: Atypical Motor Development

Instructor: Michael Wade, Ph.D.

08:15 A.M. - 11:45 A.M. , M,Tu,W,Th (05/26/2015 - 06/12/2015)

This course will offer in depth study of selected populations of individuals who exhibit deficits in their motor abilities as a function of disease, trauma, or atypical behavior. Students enrolled in the UG sub-plan ‘clinical movement science‘ (CMS) will be afforded an opportunity to study the theoretical paradigms and the related empirical research that focuses on both the consequences of the atypical diagnosis and current thinking with respect to therapeutic and educational intervention.