Kinesiology Degrees

Associate in Arts in Kinesiology for Transfer (AA–T)

The Associate in Arts in Kinesiology for Transfer degree (AA-T in Kinesiology) is a 60 unit program which provides students the lower division coursework required for transfer to a CSU institution for the major in Kinesiology or Exercise Science. Students who complete the Associate in Arts in Kinesiology for Transfer degree (AA-T in Kinesiology) will be able to demonstrate proficiency in human movement as it applies to sports, dance and aquatics, combatives, fitness, health and nutrition and analyze the meaning of optimal health as it applies to our nation’s population.

Students must complete the following requirements:

  • 60 semester or 90 quarter CSU-transferable units
  • the California State University-General Education-Breadth pattern (CSU GE-Breadth); OR the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) pattern.
  • a minimum of 18 semester or 27 quarter units in the major or area of emphasis as determined by the community college district.
  • obtainment of a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.0.
  • earn a grade of C or better in all courses required for the major or area of emphasis.

Students are not required to complete the information competency requirements, PE requirements or cultural diversity requirements found in other degrees at the College.

Required Core Courses

Course Number Course Title Units
KINT 30 Introduction to Kinesiology 3 units
BIOL 47 Human Anatomy 5 units
BIOL 48 Human Physiology 5 units

Required Core: Movement Based Courses: 3-5 units;(minimum 3). Select a maximum of one (1) course from any three (3) of the following areas for a minimum of three units.

Aquatics

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 2.04 Swimming – Beginning 1 unit
KINS 2.05 Swimming – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 2.06 Swimming – Advanced 1 unit
KINS 2.07 Master's Swimming 1 unit

Combatives

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 6.02 Karate – Beginning 1 unit
KINS 6.06 Karate – Intermediate 1 unit

Dance

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 3.02 Ballet – Beginning Level 2 1 unit
KINS 3.04 Ballet – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 3.08 The Flamenco Dance of Spain – Beginning 1 unit
KINS 3.12 Jazz Dance – Beginning Level 2 1 unit
KINS 3.14 Jazz Dance – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 3.16 Modern Dance – Beginning Level 2 1 unit
KINS 3.17 Modern Dance – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 3.20 Ballroom and Latin Dance – Beginning 1 unit
KINS 3.22 Ballroom and Latin Dance – Intermediate 1 unit

Fitness

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 4.03 Fitness Aerobics 1 unit
KINS 4.16 Fitness Weight Training 1 unit
KINS 4.24 Total Fitness for Men 1 unit
KINS 11.01 Yoga for Health 1 unit
KINS 11.08 Pilates Mat Workout 1 unit

Individual Sports

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 7.02 Badminton – Beginning 1 unit
KINS 7.03 Badminton – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 7.10 Golf – Beginning 1 unit
KINS 7.11 Golf – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 7.12 Golf – Advanced 1 unit
KINS 7.18 Beginning Tennis 1 unit
KINS 7.20 Intermediate Tennis 1 unit
KINS 7.21 Advanced Tennis 1 unit
KINS 7.23 Scuba Diving 2 units

Team Sports

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 8.03 Baseball – Advanced 1 unit
KINS 8.08 Soccer – Beginning, Men 1 unit
KINS 8.09 Soccer – Advanced, Men 2 units
KINS 8.10 Soccer, Women 1 unit
KINS 8.12 Softball – Beginning 1 unit
KINS 8.13 Softball – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 8.15 Volleyball – Beginning Skills 1 unit
KINS 8.16 Volleyball – Intermediate Skills 1 unit
KINS 8.17 Volleyball – Advanced Skills 1 unit

List A (select two): 8–10 units

Course Number Course Title Units
MATH 10 Elementary Statistics 4 units
  OR  
MATH 10H Honors Elementary Statistics 4 units
CHEM 30A Fundamentals of Chemistry 4 units
  OR  
CHEM 1A General Chemistry 5 units
PHYS 2A General Physics – Mechanics 5 units
  OR  
PHYS 4A Engineering Physics – Mechanics 5 units
Total Units   24–28 units
GE Units (CSU GE or IGETC)   37–39 units
Total Units   24–28 units

AA Degree

The Associate of Arts in Kinesiology is a two year program serving students seeking a lower division education in Kinesiology. The program provides students the opportunity to demonstrate a proficiency in human movement as it applies to physical education, health, and nutrition. The objective is to provide students the knowledge and skills needed for entry-level employment. Students must complete the following program requirements: 35 Units of major core courses and the General Education/Breadth Requirements for an A.A. Degree. Upon completion of all program requirements, student shall demonstrate knowledge of:

  1. Basic principles of physical education and sport in our society and the role of these disciplines in school, recreation, sport, and industrial settings.
  2. Human movement as it applies to sports, dance, aquatics or marine diving, combatives, fitness, health, and nutrition.
  3. The social and community factors that influence controllable and uncontrollable risk factors for developing chronic disease.
  4. Dietary guidelines and current nutritional recommendations for various populations including athletes, older adults, and pre-natal women.
  5. Major skeletal muscles and the actions of these muscles.
  6. Cardiovascular and muscular adaptations to exercise.

*At San Jose State University, students are required to take Human Anatomy and Human Physiology. See a counselor for further information

After completing an A.A. in Kinesiology, a student will be able to:

  • Demonstrate proficiency in human movement as it applies to sports, dance, aquatics or marine diving, combatives, fitness, health, and nutrition.
  • Analyze the basic principles of physical education and sport in our society and the role of these disciplines in the school, recreation, sport, and industrial settings
  • Critically analyze and evaluate the social and community factors that influence controllable and uncontrollable risk factors for developing chronic disease.
  • Apply dietary guidelines and current nutritional recommendations for various populations including athletes, older adults, and pre-natal women.
  • Identify major muscle groups, their functions, and adaptations to exercise.

Required Core Courses: 29 units

Course Number Course Title Units
BIOL 47 Human Anatomy 5 units
MATH 10 Elementary Statistics 4 units
HEDU 5 First Aid/CPR/AED: Responding to Emergencies 2 units
CHEM 30A Fundamentals of Chemistry 4 units
KINT 30 Intro to Kinesiology 3 units
NUTR 15 Human Nutrition 3 units
BIOL 48 Human Physiology 5 units
HEDU 8 Contemporary Health 3 units
Kinesiology Actvity Courses   6 units

Aquatic Sports

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 2.04 Swimming – Beginning 1 unit
KINS 2.05 Swimming – Intermediate 1 unit
KISN 2.06 Swimming – Advanced 1 unit
KINS 2.07 Master's Swimming 1 unit

Dance

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 3.01 Ballet – Beginning Level 1 1 unit
KINS 3.02 Ballet – Beginning Level 2 1 unit
KINS 3.04 Ballet – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 3.05 Ballet – Advanced 1 unit
KINS 3.08 The Flamenco Dance of Spain – Beginning 1 unit
KINS 3.09 The Flamenco Dance of Spain – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 3.11 Jazz Dance – Beginning Level 1 1 unit
KINS 3.12 Jazz Dance – Beginning Level 2 1 unit
KINS 3.13 Jazz Dance Advanced 1 unit
KINS 3.14 Jazz Dance – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 3.16A Modern Dance – Beginning Level 1 1 unit
KINS 3.16 Modern Dance – Beginning Level 2 1 unit
KINS 3.17 Modern Dance – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 3.19 Modern Dance Advanced – Beginning 1 unit
KINS 3.20 Ballroom and Latin Dance – Beginning 1 unit
KINS 3.22 Ballroom and Latin Dance – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 3.26 Ballroom and Latin Dance – Advanced 1 unit
KINS 3.29 Rehearsal and Performance in Dance 1 unit
KINS 3.32 Beginning Lindy Hop & Swing 1 unit
KINS 3.33 Dance Intensive 1 unit
KINS 3.34 Studio Dance Production 1 unit

Fitness

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 4.03 Fitness Aerobics 1 unit
KINS 4.05 Aqua Aerobics 1 unit
KINS 4.07 Fitness Competitive Athlete 1 unit
KINS 4.12 Fitness – Stretch and Flex 1 unit
KINS 4.13 Fitness Walking 1 unit
KINS 4.14 Fitness, Water Exercise 1 unit
KINS 4.16 Fitness Weight Training 1 unit
KINS 4.22 Step Fitness 1 unit
KINS 4.24 Total Fitness for Men 1 unit
KINS 4.25 Total Fitness for Women 1 unit
KINS 4.28 Fitness Jogging 1 unit
KINS 4.29 Body Sculpting 1 unit
KINS 4.30 Functional Fitness 1 unit
KINS 4.31 Core Training 1 unit
KINS 4.32 Boot Camp 1 unit
KINS 4.33 Cardio Cross Training 1 unit
KINS 4.35 Trail Running 1 unit

Combatives and Martial Arts

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 6.02 Karate – Beginning 1 unit
KINS 6.03 Self–Defense 1 unit
KINS 6.06 Karate – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 6.07 Kickboxing 1 unit
KINS 6.08 Boxing 1 unit

Lifetime Sports

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 7.02 Badminton – Beginning 1 unit
KINS 7.03 Badminton – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 7.10 Golf – Beginning 1 unit
KINS 7.11 Golf – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 7.12 Golf – Advanced 1 unit
KINS 7.18 Beginning Tennis 1 unit
KINS 7.20 Intermediate Tennis 1 unit
KINS 7.21 Advanced Tennis 1 unit
KINS 7.23 Scuba Diving 2 units
KINS 7.24 Scuba Diving – Advanced 2 units
KINS 7.26 Studio Cycling 1 unit
KINS 7.27 Studio Cycling Advanced 1 unit

Team Sports

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 8.03 Baseball – Advanced 1 unit
KINS 8.04 Basketball, Men 1 unit
KINS 8.05 Intermediate Basketball 1 unit
KINS 8.06 Advanced Basketball 1 unit
KINS 8.08 Soccer – Beginning, Men 1 unit
KINS 8.09 Soccer – Advanced, Men 2 units
KINS 8.10 Soccer, Women 1 unit
KINS 8.12 Softball – Beginning 1 unit
KINS 8.13 Softball – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 8.15 Volleyball – Beginning Skills 1 unit
KINS 8.16 Volleyball – Intermediate Skills 1 unit
KINS 8.17 Volleyball – Advanced Skills 1 unit
KINS 8.18 Volleyball – Outdoor Sand 1 unit

Intercollegiate Athletics

Course Number Course Title Units
KINA 9.01 Intercollegiate Baseball – Men 3 units
KINA 9.02 Intercollegiate Basketball – Men 1.5 units
KINA 9.03 Intercollegiate Men's Basketball – Post–Season Fundamentals 1.5 units
KINA 9.07 Intercollegiate Soccer – Men 3 units
KINA 9.08 Intercollegiate Soccer – Women 3 units
KINA 9.09 Intercollegiate Softball – Women 3 units
KINA 9.10 Intercollegiate Swimming – Men 3 units
KINA 9.11 Intercollegiate Swimming – Women 3 units
KINA 9.16 Intercollegiate Beach Volleyball – Women 3 units
KINA 9.18 Intercollegiate Water Polo – Men 3 units
KINA 9.20 Women's Intercollegiate Water Polo 3 units
KINA 9.30 Intercollegiate Pre–Season Conditioning 1 unit
KINA 9.41 Athletic Baseball – Skills and Techniques 2 units
KINA 9.42 Athletic Basketball – Skills and Techniques 1 unit
KINA 9.47 Athletic Men's Soccer – Skills and Techniques 1 unit
KINA 9.48 Athletic Women's Soccer – Skills and Techniques 1 units
KINA 9.49 Athletic Softball – Skills & Techniques 2 units
KINA 9.55 Athletic Men's Water Polo – Skills and Techniques 1 unit
KINA 9.56 Athletic Women's Water Polo – Skills and Techniques 1 unit
KINA 9.60 Post Season Conditioning 1 unit

Mind/Body/Wellness

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 11.01 Yoga for Health 1 unit
KINS 11.02 Intermediate Yoga 1 unit
KINS 11.03 Gentle Restorative Exercise 1 unit
KINS 11.04 Power Yoga 1 unit
KINS 11.05 Mindful Meditation 1 unit
KINS 11.08 Pilates Mat Workout 1 unit
KINS 11.09 Intermediate Pilates Mat Workout 1 unit

Marine Diving Education

Course Number Course Title Units
KIN 7.23 Scuba Diving 2 units
KIN 7.24 Scuba Diving – Advanced 2 units
KIN 12.04 Assistant Scuba Instructor 2 units

Recommended Electives

Course Number Course Title Units
KINT 38A Intro to Sports Medicine 3 units
HEDU 10 Human Sexuality 3 units
HEDU 12 Understanding Stress 3 units
PSYCH 1 General Psychology 3 units
ANTH 3 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 3 units
SOCI 1 Introduction to Sociology 3 units
CHS 2 Child Growth & Development 3 units
NUTR 22 Sports Nutrition 3 units
KINS 3.36 Choreography 1 unit
KINT 51 Dance in America: A Cultural Perspective 3 units
KINT 42 Principles of Strength Training and Conditioning 3 units
KINT 44 Lifetime Fitness 2 units
Total Major Units   35 units

To be awarded an A.A. degree, a student must complete:

  1. All the major requirements.
  2. Additional units to meet the college graduation requirements.

Certified Personal Trainer Certificate of Achievement

The Certified Personal Trainer Certificate program is designed to provide students with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary to be successful in the field of personal training. In addition, this certificate will prepare students to sit for the National Association of Sport’s Medicine Personal Training examination. Sales and entrepreneurial opportunities are also available in the fitness, health and wellness industry. After completing this 12 unit certificate program, students will be prepared for employment in this growing field as a personal trainer.

The Certified Personal Trainer Certificate of Achievement requires the successful completion of a total of 12 units. This program provides Career Technical Education (CTE) opportunities in Personal Training. Students are presented the essentials to personal fitness training. Students are introduced to the human movement system, the Optimum Performance Training (OPT) model and other domains of exercise science, assessment, exercise technique and training instruction, program design, considerations in nutrition, client relations and behavioral coaching, professional development, practice, and responsibility.

Upon successful completion of this program, students are prepared to complete the National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer Examination. Successful completion of the NASM CPT exam and the West Valley College Certificate of Achievement provides students the opportunity for employment in the fitness industry as a Certified Personal Trainer. Employment opportunities include working at commercial fitness clubs, personal training studios, and entrepreneurial business owner or manager.

After completing the Certified Personal Trainer Certificate, a student will be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of personal training as a profession and the skills, techniques, and industry standards required to become a personal trainer.

Required Units: 9 units

Course Number Course Title Units
KINT 42 Principles of Strength Training & Conditioning 3 units
KINT 70 Principles of Exercise Prescription and Progra Design 3 units
KINS 4.15 Practical Experience in Personal Training 1 unit
KINS 4.16 Fitness Weight Training 1 unit
KINS 4.19 Fitness Appraisal 1 unit

Kinesiology Activity Course: Complete 3 units from the following

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 11.01 Yoga for Health 1 unit
KINS 4.12 Fitness Stretch & Flex 1 unit
KINS 4.20 Fitness, Weight Training II 1 unit
KINS 4.30 Functional Fitness 1 unit
KINS 4.31 Core Training 1 unit
KINS 4.32 Boot Camp 1 unit
KINS 4.33 Cardio Cross Training 1 unit
KINS 6.07 Kickboxing 1 unit
KINS 7.26 Studio Cycling 1 unit
Total Certificate Units   12 units

A Certificate of Achievement will be awarded upon completion of the 12 units with a “C” grade or better in each course.

Coaching Certificate of Achievement

The Coaching Certificate program provides students the opportunity to gain theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary in the field of coaching sports. In addition, this certificate prepares students to sit for the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) coaching requirement exam. After completing this 12-unit certificate program, students are prepared for employment in this growing field as a sport coach. The Coaching Certificate requires the successful completion of 12 units. This program provides Career Technical Education (CTE) opportunities with comprehensive knowledge and skills specific to coaching. Skills include strength and conditioning, injury prevention, nutrition guidelines, and techniques in sport psychology. Successful completion of the CIF requirement and the West Valley College Coaching Certificate of Achievement provides students the opportunity for employment in the coaching industry. Employment opportunities include working as a tennis coach, horse trainer, football coach, athletic director, basketball coach, baseball coach, swim coach, soccer coach, or riding coach.

After completing the Coaching Certificate, a student will be able to:

  • Demonstrate ability to coach individuals or groups of athletes in the fundamentals of sport, sport psychology, nutrition, strength and conditioning, and injury prevention.
  • Create an outline for a total team sports program addressing the following issues, social, cultural, and diversity.
  • Develop a personal philosophy on sportsmanship.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of how to build team unity.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the goal setting technique and when to apply it into your training program.

Required Core Courses: 8 units

Course Number Course Title Units
KINT 31 Psychological Foundations of Sport 3 units
KINT 32 Introduction to Coaching Sport 3 units
HEDU 5 First Aid/CPR/AED: Responding to Emergencies 2 units

Select one course from the following list: 3 units

Course Number Course Title Units
KINT 42 Principles of Strength Training and Conditioning 3 units
  OR  
KINT 38A Introduction to Sports Medicine 3 units
  OR  
NUTR 15 Human Nutrition 3 units
  OR  
NUTR 22 Sport Nutrition 3 units

Select one course from the following list: 1 unit

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 11.05 Mindful Meditation 1 unit
  OR  
KINS 4.41 Speed, Plyometric, Agility, and Quickness Level 1 1 unit
  OR  
KINS 4.42 Speed, Plyometric, Agility, and Quickness Level 2 1 unit
  OR  
KINS 4.43 Speed, Plyometric, Agility, and Quickness Level 3 1 unit
Total Units   12 units

Dance Specialist Certificate of Achievement

The Certificate of Achievement in Dance Specialist provides students an opportunity for a career in dance as a performer, choreographer, or instructor. Unique job opportunities include dance studio instructor, teaching assistant, children’s dance instructor, community and musical theater, and group exercise instructor. Students will gain proficiency in leadership, communication, performance awareness, and artistic techniques. The main goal of the program is to prepare students for employment in dance and theater. Demonstrate proficiency as a dance instructor or performer in one dance form. After completing the 12 unit Certificate of Achievement in Dance Specialist, students are prepared to enter a professional work environment in one or more of the following careers: choreographer, dance studio instructor, dance teaching assistant, children’s dance instructor, performer, and group exercise instructor. There are no prerequisites for enrolling in this certificate program.

Required Core Courses: 4 units

Course Number Course Title Units
KINT 51 Dance in America: A Cultural Perspective 3 units
  OR  
KINT 51H Honors Dance in America: A Cultural Perspective 3 units
KINS 3.36 Choreography 1 unit

Choose 6 units of technique classes, 4 units of which are at the Intermediate level or above

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 3.01 Ballet – Beginning Level 1 1 unit
KINS 3.02 Ballet – Beginning Level 2 1 unit
KINS 3.04 Ballet – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 3.05 Ballet – Advanced 1 unit
KINS 3.08 The Flamenco Dance of Spain – Beginning 1 unit
KINS 3.09 The Flamenco Dance of Spain – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 3.11 Jazz Dance – Beginning Level 1 1 unit
KINS 3.12 Jazz Dance – Beginning Level 2 1 unit
KINS 3.14 Jazz Dance – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 3.16A Modern Dance – Beginning Level 1 1 unit
KINS 3.16 Modern Dance – Beginning Level 1 1 unit
KINS 3.17 Modern Dance – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 3.19 Modern Dance – Advanced 1 unit
KINS 3.20 Ballroom and Latin Dance – Beginning 1 unit
KINS 3.22 Ballroom and Latin Dance – Intermediate 1 unit
KINS 3.25 Ballroom Dance – Advanced 1 unit

Choose 2 units from the following courses

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 3.29 Rehearsal and Performance in Dance 1 unit
PE 3.33 Dance Intensive 1 unit
PE 3.34 Studio Dance Production 1 unit
Total Certificate Units   12 units

Pilates Instructor Certificate of Achievement

The Pilates Instructor Certificate of Achievement requires the successful completion of 21 units and an in-depth exploration into the field of kinesiology.

This program provides Career Technical Education (CTE) opportunities in teaching the Pilates method of exercise. Students are presented the skills for training clients in a group setting or one-on-one. Students are introduced to the historical origins of Pilates, contemporary styles of Pilates, and Pilates for special populations.

The comprehensive program includes instruction in the mat exercise series along with reformer training. Additional topics include fitness assessment, postural analysis, exercise technique, program design, nutrition, behavioral coaching, and client relations. Upon successful completion of the Pilates Instructor Certificate of Achievement, students are prepared for employment in the fitness industry as a Pilates instructor. Upon completion of the program students are prepared to instruct Pilates mat and reformer classes, perform a postural analysis, assess fitness levels, determine readiness for physical exercise, design safe and effective Pilates exercise programs, monitor progress, and adjust training protocols to meet client goals.

Employment opportunities include working at a commercial health club, a Pilates studio, or as an entrepreneurial business owner or manager. Students are prepared to complete the Pilates Method Alliance national exam.

Upon successful completion of the program, students are prepared to design and instruct a Pilates exercise routine for healthy, aging, and special populations.

Required Core Courses: 18 units

Course Number Course Title Units
KINT 42 Principles of Strength Training and Conditioning 3 units
HTCH 4 Structure and Function of the Human Body 3 units
KINS 11.06 Pilates Reformer and Mat Instructor Training 3 units
KINT 70 Principles of Exercise Prescription and Program Design 3 units
KINT 30 Introduction to Kinesiology 3 units
NUTR 15 Human Nutrition 3 units
  OR  
NUTR 22 Sport Nutrition 3 units

Select the following three kinesiology courses or one of the two business courses below.

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 4.15 Practical Experience in Personal Training 1 unit
  AND  
KINS 11.08 Pilates Mat Workout 1 unit
  AND  
KINS 11.09 Intermediate Pilates Mat Workout 1 unit
  OR  
BUS 15 The Entrepreneurial Mindset 3 units
  OR  
BUS 054 Small Business Start Up and Management 3 units
Total Units   21 units

Sports Medicine Certificate of Achievement

The Sports Medicine Certificate of Achievement is offered to students who are interested in learning the basic principles of human movement with an emphasis in sports medicine and exercise science. This educational sequence of courses prepares the student to sit for various National Exam Certifications such as the National Academy of Sports Medicine and American Council on Exercise. After completing this 18 unit certificate program, students are eligible for entry-level positions as a Physical Therapy Aide, Athletic Trainer Aide, or personal trainer

After completing the Sports Medicine Certificate of Achievement, a student will be able to:

  • Demonstrate ability to design an effective strength training program for a specified client.
  • Demonstrate ability to evaluate an orthopedic injury based on step by step analysis and injury mechanism.

Required Core Courses: 13 units

Course Number Course Title Units
KINT 38A Introduction to Sports Medicine 3 units
KINT 42 Principles of Strength Training and Conditioning 3 units
NUTR 15 Human Nutrition 3 units
HEDU 5 First Aid/CPR/AED: Responding to Emergencies 2 units
KINS 4.19 Fitness Appraisal 1 unit
KINS 4.12 Fitness – Stretch and Flex 1 unit

Electives: Complete 3 units

Course Number Course Title Units
HEDU 8 Contemporary Health 3 units
HEDU 12 Understanding Stress 3 units
KINT 39A Sports Injury Management 2 units
KINT 44 Lifetime Fitness 2 units
KINS 4.31 Core Training 1 unit
KINT 70 Principles of Exercise Prescription and Program Design 3 units

Activity Courses: Complete 2 units

Course Number Course Title Units
KINS 4.03 Fitness Aerobics 1 unit
KINS 4.16 Fitness Weight Training 1 unit
KINS 4.20 Fitness Weight Training II 1 unit
KINS 4.24 Total Fitness For Men 1 unit
KINS 4.25 Total Fitness For Women 1 unit
KINS 4.37 Ballet Barre Fitness 1 unit
Total Certificate Units   18 units

A certificate will be awarded upon completion of the 17 units with C grade or better in each course

last published: 10/16/17