Kinesiology Exercise Science/Pre-PT, Bachelor of Science

  • 120 credit hours required for degree
  • 45 advanced credit hours required for degree
  • 30 upper-division hours and 25% of total semester hours required for this degree must be completed at A&M-SA to satisfy residency requirement

All students must complete the University’s Core Curriculum and the specific requirements of the major. In some cases, a course that is required for a major may also be counted towards the Core Curriculum.

Core Curriculum 1
ENGL 1301Composition I3
ENGL 1302Composition II3
MATH 1314College Algebra3
BIOL 2401Anatomy & Physiology I3
BIOL 2402Anatomy & Physiology II3
Creative Arts3
American History3
American History3
Government/Political Science 3
Government/Political Science 3
PSYC 2301General Psychology3
EDKN 1301Foundations of Kinesiology3
EDKN 1338Fitness and Wellness3
Required Support Courses
UNIV 1301First Year Seminar3
Fitness Activity1
Fitness Activity1
EDKN 1304Personal/Community Health3
EDKN 1306First Aid3
EDHL 1322Nutrition3
BIOL 2401Anatomy & Physiology I (Lab Credit)1
BIOL 2402Anatomy & Physiology II (Lab Credit)1
Major Courses 2,3
EDKN 3315Functional Anatomy3
EDKN 3316Medical Terminology3
EDKN 3445Msrmnt & Eval in Kinesiology4
Elective (Choose Elective Options Below)
EDKN 3332Program Development and Management in the Fitness Industry3
EDKN 3426Basic Physiology of Exercise4
EDKN 4325Biomechanics3
BIOL 2415Statistics in Biology & Medicn4
Elective (Choose Elective Options Below)
EDKN 4320Motor Dev and Motor Learning3
EDKN 4334Research Proj in Exerc Sci3
EDKN 4401Exercise Test and Prescription4
EDHL 4344Health and Aging3
Elective (Choose Elective Options Below)
EDKN 4324Exercise in Chronic Disease and Disabilities3
EDKN 4328Internship I3
EDKN 4417Adv Physiology of Exercise4
Elective Course Options
Select fifteen hours from the following: 4 15
Biology I
Biology II
General Chemistry I (science majors)
General Chemistry II (science majors)
Physics I
Physics II
Computer Literacy
Technical Writing
Select one of the following:
Child Psychology
Abnormal Psychology
Lifespan Development
Total Credits120