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Kinesiology Advising for Spring, 2007

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Kinesiology Advising
for Summer/Fall 2014
This powerpoint slide show is
designed to assist the student in
preparing to enroll for the
Summer/Fall 2014 semester
Kinesiology Website
Visit the Kinesiology website at
For information on the
department, advising, professional
tracks, and careers
General Information
Line schedules for Summer/Fall
are found under Human Ecology
Fall -
Summer -
Key Dates
Enrollment for Summer and Fall begins on March
24th and continues through April 18th. Your
enrollment date can be found in iSIS under the
enrollment date link
May 19th Spring Intersession begins
June 9th Kinesiology Summer courses begin
August 25th Fall Courses begin
September 2nd Last day to add without instructor
Undergraduate Catalogue
The undergraduate catalogue
provides information on course
descriptions and pre-requisites and
can be found at
Enrollment time
For enrollment assignments please
refer to iSIS student self service for
exact date you are eligible to enroll.
University calendar
There is an enrollment advising hold on all
students accounts that must be pulled by
an advisor before the student can enroll on
iSIS . This can be accomplished by
- meeting with an advisor
- completing an advising waiver at and turning it in to an
advisor or the main office (Natatorium 1A)
Meeting with an advisor
The easiest way to schedule an
advising meeting is to email an
advisor with the days and times you
can meet. We will then check our
schedules to set up a meeting that is
convenient for you. A typical meeting
can last from 10 to 30 minutes during
which your flag will be pulled and a
tentative schedule will be developed
for the next semester.
Meeting with an advisor
Lauren McDaniel
Christian Larson
Sydney Messick
Dr. Robert Pettay
Gym 115 532-0698
Gym 114 532-7086
Gym 110
Gym 111
Email an advisor to set up a meeting time
Meeting with an advisor
Dr. Pettay
Dr. Pettay
1:30pm- 4:00pm 1:00pm-3:30pm
2 pm-4:00pm
2 pm-4:00pm
Enrollment on iSIS
Students must not have any holds on their
account to enroll
Enrollment flag must be pulled prior to
Students will not be allowed to enroll until
their enrollment time based on completed
credit hours prior to the current semester
What you need to bring to your
advising session
Your Kinesiology folder with your
curriculum and information
A tentative list of courses you would
like to enroll in
Some general goals you would like to
achieve in the next semester
Questions you have about the
department, college, university that
need to be addressed
Advising session
Sign advising checklist
Go over current semester and
completed courses
Identify potential courses to enroll in
for next semester and semester goals
Develop list of potential courses for
Answer any questions, address any
After advising session
Student will go through and develop a
schedule with days and times, with
alternatives if desired courses are not
Student will enroll on iSIS at earliest
available date
Student will contact an advisor with any
questions or issues that they encounter
Students are responsible for courses they
enroll in. Advisors will assist student in
developing a schedule appropriate for the
Kinesiology major
Selected University Services
Pre-health advisors
Career Employment Services
Academic and Career Information
Academic Assistance Center
Office of Student Life
Counseling Center
Student Financial Assistance
Tutoring Center
Student Services
Degree requirements – HE
120 total hours
Maximum 60 hours transfer from a 2 year
45 hours above 300 level courses
2.0 overall GPA
2.2 Kinesiology GPA in 35 core hours
“C” or better in 35 Kinesiology core courses
20 of last 30 hours at KSU
All degree requirements met
General education classes
Students must complete all college
and departmental requirements to
receive degree
Use the Degree Audit report in iSIS to
monitor progress towards your degree
At approximately 85 completed hours,
visit with your advisor about
completing a grad check
The Kinesiology curriculum
The Kinesiology curriculum has a 17 hour lower level core
and 18 hours of upper level classes with at least 4 courses in
either the exercise physiology emphasis or the public
health/physical activity emphasis. Kinesiology majors must
receive a “C” or better in the lower and upper level courses
to count them towards their degree
Lower level core
Kin 220
Kin 310
Kin 335,336
Kin 345,346
4 hours
3 hours
4,1 hours
4,1 hours
Emphasis Areas in the curriculum
Exercise Physiology : is the responses of the
human body to physical activity. Emphasis is
placed on understanding the structure-function
relationships of the respiratory, cardiovascular,
and muscular systems and how their function is
integrated to support the dynamics of muscular
Public Health/Physical Activity : Public health
physical activity is the social and behavioral
epidemiology of physical activity in public health,
social and psychological influences on physical
activity, and promotion of physical activity in
individuals, settings and communities.
Pre-reqs for Lower level core
Pre-reqs will be enforced by iSIS
Kin 220 – none
Kin 310 – Kin 220
Kin 335 – Biol 340, Kin 360 (Kin 398) or at least 8
hours of anatomy and physiology. Students with
transfer credits will need permission from advisor
to enroll.
Kin 336 – Kin 335 or concurrent enrollment
Kin 345/346 – Psych 110, Socio 211, and Kin 220
all with a C or better (345 and 346 must be
enrolled in concurrently)
Pre-requisites for Upper level
courses in Summer/Fall 2014
Pre-requisites can be found in the
Undergraduate catalogue on the
Kansas State home page
Contact an advisor or course
instructor with questions
Additional upper level electives
Sign up for practicum, independent studies, and internships will be in Gym
Kin 430 – Practicum/Lifetime sports
В» Contact Dr. Pettay ( for information
Kin 463 – Lab Practicum
В» Contact Dr. Harms ( for information
Kin 520 – Practicum/ Exercise science» Check pre-reqs prior to enrolling. Contact Lauren
McDaniel ( for information
Kin 597 Research Experience in Kinesiology
Must be set up with faculty member
Kin 599 – Independent study
Must be set up with a faculty member
Kin 792 – Internship in Exercise Sciences
В» Check pre-reqs prior to enrolling. Contact Lauren
McDaniel (
for information
Kinesiology course offerings
Summer 2014 –
Kin 220 Online- Lower level core
Kin 310 Lower level core
Kin 360
Kin 398 Kin elective
Kin 520 Kin Elective
Kin 521 Kin Elective
Kin 590 Public Health core
Kin 591 – Intersession Kin Elective
Kin 599 Kin Elective
Kin 657 Physiology core
Kin 792 Kin elective
Kinesiology course offerings
Fall 2014 –
Kin 220 Lecture lab - Lower level core
Kin 310 Lower level core
Kin 330 Lecture lab-Kin Elective
Kin 335 Lower level core
Kin 336 (don’t have to enroll in 336 concurrently with 335) Lower level core
Kin 345 Lower level core
Kin 346 (must be enrolled concurrently with 345) Lower level core
Kin 360
Kin 398 (Evening college) Kin elective
Kin 430 Kin Elective
Kin 463 Kin Elective
Kin 520 Kin Elective
Kin 521 Kin Elective
Kin 597 Kin Elective
Kin 599 Kin Elective
Kin 602 Public Health core
Kin 603 Physiology core
Kin 607 Physiology core
Kin 610 Public Health core
Kin 612 Public Health core
Kin 625 Kin elective
Kin 635 Physiology core
Kin 792 Kin elective
Kin 796 Physiology core
Biology 340 – Human Body and Kinesiology 360
Anatomy & Physiology
Kinesiology 360 – pre-req is Biol 198 with a C or better
Contact Lauren McDaniel at with any
Biology 340 pre-reqs are Sophomore standing; and
cumulative GPA 3.0 or better; and CHM 110/111, 210 or
230; and BIOL 198 taken at KSU w/B or better OR transfer
BIOL 198 + one of the following w/B grade - PHYS 113 or
213, or any KSU biology course w/BIOL 198 as a
Kin 335 requires at least 8 hour of anatomy and physiology
courses prior to enrollment
Kinesiology Minor
A Kinesiology minor allows students
who are not Kinesiology majors to
gain a general understanding of the
necessity of movement activities for
physical and psychological health
Kinesiology Minor
Public Health/Physical Activity Emphasis Exercise Physiology Emphasis
Kinesiology 220
4 hours
Kinesiology 220 4 hours
Kinesiology 310
3 hours
Kinesiology 310 3 hours
Kinesiology 345
4 hours
Kinesiology 335 4 hours
Kinesiology 346
1 hour
Kinesiology 336 1 hour
One of the following courses
One of the following courses
Kinesiology 600
3 hours
Kinesiology 601 3 hours
Kinesiology 602
3 hours
Kinesiology 603 3 hours
Kinesiology 604
3 hours
Kinesiology 605 3 hours
Kinesiology 606
3 hours
Kinesiology 607 3 hours
Kinesiology 608
3 hours
Kinesiology 635 3 hours
Kinesiology 655
3 hours
Kinesiology 657 3 hours
Kinesiology 797
3 hours
Kinesiology 796 3 hours
15 hours
Total 15 hours
BS/MS Degree
The combined BS/MS program provides
exceptional undergraduates with the opportunity to
obtain both a bachelor of science and master of
science degree in Kinesiology in five years, a
shorter time than typically required to earn a BS
and MS if both degrees are earned separately.
The program has two options : thesis and course
work. In turn, the course work option has two
tracks that permit the completion of the
requirements for certification by the American
College of Sports Medicine as an exercise
specialist or public health physical activity
BS/MS Degree
The goal of the program is to produce graduates with an indepth understanding of the fundamentals of Kinesiology and
a broad set of professional skills. The curriculum will include
both coursework and laboratory research experience.
Graduates will be well equipped either to seek applied
professional positions or pursue advanced degrees. The
advantages of the combined degree to students seeking
private sector employment will be entry level positions with
higher-level responsibilities, higher pay, and opportunities
for more rapid advancement. The rigorous training and
combined BS/MS will offer a competitive advantage in the
admissions process to students interested in pursuing a PhD
or professional degree
The concurrent BS/MPH program provides exceptional
undergraduate students with the opportunity to obtain both a
Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Public Health
degree in a shorter time period than typically required if both
degrees are pursued separately. It was approved by the
university in the Spring of 2010.
This option allows for up to 9 credit hours to be applied to both the BS and the MPH
degree. In order to apply credits from the undergraduate major to the MPH degree
requirements, the student must:
Apply and meet the normal admission requirements listed on the MPH website
( and required for application to the
Graduate School, including a 3.0 GPA in last 60 hours of course work.
Meet the requirements required for the desired MPH emphasis area, i.e., have the
prerequisites completed.
If accepted, the student is provisionally admitted into the MPH Program and allowed to
take graduate courses. The agreed upon courses (9 hours) must be taken for graduate
credit in courses numbered in the 600 and 700 sequences.
Note that the student must be accepted before enrolling in any graduate
courses. Application for the BS/MPH option is generally made at the end of the junior
year or early in the senior year.
Enroll and complete the appropriate courses agreed upon by the undergraduate
department and the MPH emphasis area with a grade of B or better for graduate credit.
Upon completion of the bachelor’s degree, the student is then fully admitted to the
Graduate School and the MPH program.
- Students may apply for the concurrent BS/MS or
BS/MPH program from the second semester of the
sophomore year through the second semester of
the junior year (when they have accumulated 4590 hours toward the BS degree. Students may
apply during the senior year with special
permission from the chair of the Kinesiology
department and/or the coordinator of the Graduate
Program in Kinesiology
- Students must have completed the Kinesiology
core courses (Kin 220, 335, 336, 345, and 346)
- Minimum standards for regular admission and for
retention in the program require a cumulative GPA
of 3.0 and a GPA of 3.0 in required courses.
Fall graduates
Students planning on graduating in
Fall must complete an application for
graduation in iSIS. This application is
under the Student Center in the “other
academic” box
Please contact Dr. Rob Pettay at or 532-0710 with any
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