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Kinesiology Program Student Learning Outcomes
Students who graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology will be able to:
SLO 1: Describe fundamental principles of Kinesiology, including anatomy and physiology, teaching movement related skills, health promotion, physiological response to exercise, and the mechanics and control of movement.
SLO 2: Apply Kinesiology related skills to real-world problems through empirical research, internships, field experience, and/or service learning.
SLO 3: Evaluate movement science questions through 1) the performance of health, fitness, and movement assessment, 2) the acquisition, analysis, and interpretation of original data, and 3) the appraisal and application of information from current literature.
SLO 4: Utilize oral and written communication that meets appropriate professional and scientific standards in Kinesiology.
SLO 5: Model behavior consistent with that of a Kinesiology professional, including 1) advocacy for a healthy, active lifestyle, 2) adherence to professional ethics, 3) service to others, 4) shared responsibility and successful collaboration with peers, and 5) pursuit of learning beyond CSUSM.