KINE 4319. FITNESS AND OUTDOOR ADVENTURE ACTIVITIES EDUCATION. 3 Hours.
The course will provide students with theoretical health-related concepts with which they can design and apply fitness learning into various physical education settings. In addition, this course is designed to introduce students to outdoor and adventure education activities and adventure-based learning. Time will be spent on low element group initiatives and high element adventure activities. Prerequisite: KINE 2301 and KINE 2302.
The Department of Kinesiology is committed to providing quality educational programs that emphasize scientific theory, hands-on learning in the laboratory setting and real-world application through clinical internships and other field-based experiences. The faculty's vast teaching experience and research expertise provide rich learning experiences across all of the department's academic programs.