Program Learning Outcomes
Students who graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology will be able to:
- 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.
- Apply Kinesiology related skills to real-world problems through empirical research,
internships, field experience, and/or service learning.
- Evaluate movement science questions through:
- 1) the performance of health, fitness, and movement assessment
- 2) the acquisition, analysis, and interpretation of original data
- 3) the appraisal and application of information from current literature.
- Utilize oral and written communication that meets appropriate professional and scientific
standards in Kinesiology.
- 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
- 5) pursuit of learning beyond CSUSM.