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Minor in Strength & Conditioning

This minor is designed to provide students with in depth understanding of the theory and practical considerations associated with physical training to enhance strength and conditioning. Students successfully completing the minor will be prepared to take the Strength and Conditioning Specialist Certification examination offered by the National Strength and Conditioning Association.

This minor is open to all students. Students applying for the minor must have completed at least one semester of full-time study with a minimum GPA of 2.25. Enrollment in the minor for at least four semesters is necessary due to the sequencing of courses. A grade of C- or better in required courses is needed for successful completion of the minor.

This minor cannot be applied for over the WEB. Electronic applications are accepted March 15th and October 15th. Please contact Mr. Jeff Schneider for information on obtaining the electronic application for the strength and conditioning minor.

Prerequisite Courses:

The following courses are identified as prerequisites for selected courses in the minor. It is not necessary to take all of the prerequisite courses prior to enrolling in the first course in the minor. See courses descriptions for the required courses to identify individual course prerequisites.

KAAP 220 Anatomy and Physiology
Or
KAAP 309 Anatomy and Physiology I
3
4
KAAP 350 Basic Concepts in Kinesiology
3
NTDT 200 Nutrition Concepts
3

Required Courses:

KAAP 320 Principles of Strength/Conditioning
4
KAAP 425 Biomechanics of Human Movement
Or
KAAP 426 Biomechanics
4
4
KAAP 430 Exercise Physiology
Or
KAAP 433 Applied Physiology of Activity
4
4
BHAN 435 Physical Activity Behavior
Or
KAAP 475 Clinical Exercise Physiology
3
3
KAAP 447 Advanced Topics: Strength and Conditioning
3
KAAP 462 Practicum in Strength and Conditioning
3
NTDT 310 Nutrition and Activity
3

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