Associate in Arts in Kinesiology for Transfer (AA-T) Degree
The Associate in Arts-Transfer (AA-T) degree in Kinesiology at Crafton Hills College is designed to meet the needs of students transferring to a California State University who intend to major in kinesiology or a related field of study. Students earning this degree will be able to explain the importance of physical activity in daily life and the implications of this for the discipline of kinesiology, how it is structured, and the types of knowledge studied by its scholars and applied in professional practice; defend the integrative nature of the field of kinesiology; identify the nature and demands of professional occupations, the career options available to students graduating from departments of kinesiology, and the qualifications associated with each; demonstrate knowledge of principles for safe participation and physiological improvement in keeping with the goals of a specific physical activity; and demonstrate an understanding of the benefit associated with the participation in physical activities.
Associated Major Sheet (PDF)
|KIN 200||Introduction to Kinesiology||
|ANAT 150||Human Anatomy and Physiology I||
|ANAT 151||Human Anatomy and Physiology II||
|Total Credit Hours:||11.00
Students must complete one (1) unit from at least three (3) of the following movement-based course areas:
Students must complete at least six (6) additional units from the following list:
Total Credit Hours: 21.00-23.00
A student receiving a degree in this field will be able to:
- Apply fundamental techniques, anatomical and physiological principles to a variety of fitness and sport pursuits.
- Display competence in a variety of sport and fitness activities.
- Identify a variety of career pathways in the field of Kinesiology.
- Have the preparatory foundations in Kinesiology to prepare them for entrance into a bachelor's program.
Prospective transfer students should complete the general education and lower division requirements of the school to which they will be transferring (IGETC or CSUGE Breadth). See a counselor for details. Information is also available at www.assist.org.