Tab Sheet for the Department of Kinesiology Martial Arts Certificate Program

24 Credit Hours

Required Courses

____ (2) E145: Introduction to the Martial Arts
____ (3) *P205: Structural Kinesiology
____ (3) P211: Introduction to Sport Management
____ (3) P216: Concepts of Physical Fitness
____ (3) P498: Practicum in Physical Education

Select one of the five (5) credit hour groups from below:

____ (1) E147: Hapkido
____ (1) E247: Intermediate Hapkido
____ (1) E347: Advanced Hapkido
____ (1) E447: Advanced Hapkido II - Red Belt
____ (1) E446 or E100: Independent Study in the Martial Arts (P: E447)
  OR
____ (1) E150: Karate
____ (1) E250: Intermediate Karate
____ (1) E350: Advanced Karate
____ (1) E450: Advanced Karate II - Red Belt
____ (1) E446 or E100: Independent Study in the Martial Arts (P: E450)
  OR
____ (1) E148: T'ai Chi Ch'uan
____ (1) E248: Intermediate T'ai Chi Ch'uan
____ (1) E348: T'ui Shou (Push Hands)
____ (1) E448: T'ai Chi Ch'uan Sword
____ (1) E446 or E100: Independent Study in the Martial Arts (P: E448)

Note:

Among the requirements for completion of HPER E446 or E100 "Independent Study in the Martial Arts" is presentation of evidence of the following: Black Belt or Equivalent Training in CPR, First Aid or Athletic Training Emergency Care

Select one (1) credit hour from an area different from your specialization:

____ (1) E100: Brazilian Juijitsu
____ (1) E100: Japanese Jujitsu
____ (1) E147: Hapkido
____ (1) E149: Judo
____ (1) E148: T'ai Chi Ch'uan
____ (1) E150: Karate
____ (1) E151: Self Defense

Select one (1) credit hour from below:

____ (1) E144: Chi Gong
____ (1) E100: Techniques of Meditation
____ (1) E190: Yoga

Select at least three (3) credit hours from any of the courses listed below:

Fitness
____ (2) P280: Principles of Athletic Training & Emergency Care
____ (3) A281: Recognition & Evaluation of Athletic Injuries
____ (3) P217: Methods of Exercise Instruction (P:P216)
____ (2) P280: Athletic Training Emergency Care
____ (2) *P316: Theories of Advanced Conditioning (P:P216)
____ (2) *P317: Strength Training
____ (2) *P326: Lifeguard Training & Water Safety
____ (3) *P416: Corporate Fitness (P:P409)
____ (3) *P419: Fitness Testing and Programming
____ (3) *P420: Exercise Leadership Instruction
____ (3) P419: Fitness Testing & Programming
____ (1-3) P447: Special Problems in Physical Education
____ (3) *P492: Lab Assistant in Sport Science
____ (1-3) P499: Research in Physical Education
 
Management
____ (3) P318: Management of the Sport Enterprise
____ (3) P324: Recreational Sports Programming
____ (3) P327: Administration, Maintenance & Construction of Aquatic Facilities
____ (3) P411: Legal Issues in Sport (P:L201)
____ (3) P415: Sport Promotions & Public Relations
____ (3) P418: Sport Marketing (P:P211 and BUS M300)
____ (1) A483: Principle of Sports Officiating
____ (2) A484: Interscholastic Athletic Program
 
Science
____ (3) P391: Biomechanics (Old Number P397 Kinesiology)
____ (3) *P398: Adapted Physical Education
____ (1-2) P399: Practicum in Adapted Physical Education
____ (3) P448: Internship to Exercise Science
____ (3) P401: Adapted Physical Education II (P:P398)
____ (3) P409: Basic Exercise Physiology P:A215 or P205; P215)
____ (3) P447: Special Programs in Physical Education and Athletics
____ (3) P452: Motor Learning
____ (3) *P490: Motor Development and Learning
____ (3) P493: Tests and Measurements in Physical Education
____ (1-3) P499: Research in Physical Education & Athletics
 
Socio/Psychology
____ (3) P333: Sport in America: Historical Perspectives
____ (3) P334: Cultural Diversity in American Sport
____ (3) P392: Sport in American Society
____ (3) P405: Introduction to Sport Psychology
____ (3) P444: Issues in Physical Education and Sport
____ (1-3) P447: Special Problems in Physical Education
____ (1-3) P499: Research in Physical Education
 
*Recommended courses as partial preparation for ACSM Health Fitness Instructor Certification Exam.