Kinesiology Courses
KINE 1 - Introduction to Kinesiology & Physical Education
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. differentiate among the subdisciplines of kinesiology (e.g. history, biomechanics, philosophy, etc.) and discuss the knowledge we have gained from the research in those areas;
  2. describe and explain the scholarly study of human movement and its significance to physical activity;
  3. demonstrate the ability to evaluate a kinesiological activity through observation


KINE 10 - Nutrition for Fitness and Fat Loss
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. recognize foods that rapidly raise blood sugar levels
  2. demonstrate an understanding of hypertension and its effects on the body
  3. explain how exercise increases insulin sensitivity


KINE 11 - Nutrition For Sports And Human Performance
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. describe the dominant energy system functioning in an athletic event and the energy source;
  2. identify when and what nutrients to eat before, during and after exercise;
  3. describe the food pyramid and its ability to meet athletic needs;


KINE 12BB - Introduction to Baseball Officiating
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. 1. Understanding & comprehensive knowledge of rules pertaining to NCAA DIV 1 & California Community College Baseball
  2. Appropriate positioning to officiate a baseball game
  3. Appropriate technique and signals related to baseball officiating


KINE 12BK - Introduction to Basketball Officiating
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate and explain the physiological reasons for performing a proper warm up.
  2. Work within a group, or team, to solve problems


KINE 12FT - Introduction to Football Officiating
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Work within a group, or team, to solve problems
  2. demonstrate the hand signals to officiate a football game


KINE 12TK - Introduction to Track & Field Officiating
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Explain necessary staff needed to host a Track and Field Meet
  2. discuss how to officiate field events
  3. discuss how to communicate with competitors in a high stress environment.


KINE 13 - American Red Cross Lifeguarding
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Work within a group, or team, to solve problems
  2. Demonstrate and explain the physiological reasons for performing a proper warm up.
  3. Demonstrate improved fitness, and overall wellness, by participating in a consistent training program


KINE 13R - American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Review
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate and explain the physiological reasons for performing a proper warm up.
  2. Work within a group, or team, to solve problems
  3. Demonstrate improved fitness, and overall wellness, by participating in a consistent training program


KINE 14 - Introduction to Health and Fitness For Your Disability
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. identify the behaviors and attitudes needed to obtain optimal physical and psychological health;
  2. describe how to become an informed health care advocate and consumer;
  3. demonstrate the ability to navigate the Internet-based health sites;


KINE 15 - Introduction to Personal Fitness Training
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. assess and suggest a proper aerobic training program based on the individual's present health and fitness.
  2. assess and suggest a proper resistance training program based on the individual's present strength and fitness level.
  3. develop a flexibility program based on the individual's current range of motion.


KINE 16 - Theory & Technique of Offensive Football
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Students are grasping and understanding the important factors of how to have create a running offense.Students prepare and maintain appropriate aspects and routines through meeting time to provide for the foundation of an effective run offense.
  2. Students are grasping and understanding the important factors of how to have create a passing offense.Students prepare and maintain appropriate aspects and routines through meeting time to provide for the foundation of an effective pass offense.
  3. The students were able to demonstrate they understood how to come up with strategies for offensive football game plans.Students who actively participate in the class develop fundamental knowledge of strategizing offensive game plans.


KINE 17 - Theory & Technique of Defensive Football
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Students are grasping and understanding the important factors of how to create a run stop defense.Students prepare and maintain appropriate aspects and routines through meeting time to provide for the foundation of an effective run stop defense.
  2. Students are grasping and understanding the important factors of how to have create a pass defense.Students prepare and maintain appropriate aspects and routines through meeting time to provide for the foundation of an effective pass defense.
  3. Students who actively participate in the class develop fundamental knowledge of strategizing defensive game plans. The students were able to demonstrate they understood how to come up with strategies for defensive football game plans.


KINE 18 - Introduction to CPR and First Aid for Coaches
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Work within a group, or team, to solve problems
  2. Demonstrate and explain the physiological reasons for performing a proper warm up.


KINE 19 - Fit for Duty: Health and Fitness for Law Enforcement
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Complete appropriate law enforcement specific physical assessments, interpret results, develop a personal fitness program considering functional/occupational needs and long term health concerns and track progress.
  2. Complete a Food Diary with nutritional analysis then plan a sound menu based on personal goals and occupational needs.
  3. Identify risks and prevention strategies specific to the law enforcement officer for Heart Disease, Diabetes 2 and the Metabolic Syndrome.


KINE 2 - Introduction to Athletic Training
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. describe the various injury types
  2. identify appropriate athletic injury treatments
  3. devise injury prevention measures
  4. demonstrate a basic understanding of appropriate emergency procedures.


KINE 21 - Group Fitness Instructor
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. describe the roles and responsibility of a group fitness instructor;
  2. monitor participant behavior while leading a group in exercise;
  3. demonstrate group exercise program design


KINE 22 - Introduction to Health Coaching
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. explain determinants of behavior as they relate to healthy behavior
  2. demonstrate effective strategies for communication when working with people
  3. assess and analyze a diet based on caloric and nutritional needs


KINE 23 - Techniques of Strength Training Instruction
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. demonstrate safe and proper progressions in strength training
  2. demonstrate a basic understanding of the effects of strength training on the hormonal systems of the body
  3. demonstrate and teach proper spotting techniques while strength training


KINE 24 - Health and Fitness for the Fire Service
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Considering the Five Components of Fitness, complete appropriate Fire Service-specific physical assessments; develop a personal fitness plan considering functional/occupational needs and long term health concerns and track progress.
  2. Referencing the Seven Dimensions of Wellness, formulate and update a scientifically supported collection of information including prevention of cardiovascular disease, mental health issues, substance abuse, environmental/exposure concerns, and interpersonal relationships, that may be used to develop strategies for meeting personal and/or professional health and wellness needs, interests and goals.
  3. Referencing online nutritional websites complete a Food Diary with nutritional analysis, then plan a nutritionally sound menu on a daily basis, considering personal and/or occupational needs and goals. Consider the impacts of shift work and high intensity work and recovery.


KINE 3 - Introduction to Principles of Coaching Sports: Beyond the Basics
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate and explain the physiological reasons for performing a proper warm up.
  2. Work within a group, or team, to solve problems.
  3. Demonstrate improved fitness, and overall wellness, by participating in a consistent training program.


KINE 3BB - Introduction to the Principles of Coaching Baseball
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. demonstrate the legal responsibilities of the coach
  2. demonstrate understanding of the appropriate code of conduct for coaches
  3. identify and alter potential injury situations


KINE 3FT - Introduction to Coaching Football
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Work within a group, or team, to solve problems
  2. Demonstrate and explain the physiological reasons for performing a proper warm up.


KINE 3SF - Introduction to Coaching Softball
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Work within a group, or team, to solve problems
  2. Demonstrate and explain the physiological reasons for performing a proper warm up.


KINE 3SO - Introduction to Coaching Soccer
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. identify and alter potential injury situations
  2. demonstrate understanding of the appropriate code of conduct for coaches


KINE 3TK - Introduction to Coaching Track and Field
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate and explain the physiological reasons for performing a proper warm up.
  2. Work within a group, or team, to solve problems


KINE 4 - Introduction to Sports Management
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. demonstrate effective strategies for communication when working with people
  2. demonstrate effective event planning
  3. demonstrate effective event management


KINE 5 - Introduction to the Components of Physical Fitness - the Human Body
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. demonstrate effective strategies for communication when working with people
  2. Demonstrate and explain the physiological reasons for performing a proper warm up.
  3. Demonstrate improved fitness, and overall wellness, by participating in a consistent training program


KINE 6 - Performance Enhancement thru Mental Training
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Understand the concepts that lead to peak performance.
  2. Understand concepts of sport psychology.
  3. Demonstrate ability to apply concepts of sport psychology as they relate to peak performance.


KINE 7 - Introduction to Lifetime Fitness
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate improved fitness, and overall wellness, by participating in a consistent training program
  2. Work within a group, or team, to solve problems
  3. explain determinants of behavior as they relate to healthy behavior


KINE 8 - Introduction to Sport in Contemporary Society
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. 1.Assess the influence of sport in their lives.
  2. 2.Demonstrate and understand Title IX and its’ influence in Society
  3. 3.Demonstrate an understanding of the influence of politics on sports.


KINE ASSE - Physical Fitness Assessments
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. explain determinants of behavior as they relate to healthy behavior
  2. Demonstrate and explain the physiological reasons for performing a proper warm up.


KINE BBDT - Theory and Technique of Defensive Baseball
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate ability to teach specific techniques
  2. Articulate appropriate sport specific theories
  3. Understanding of sport specific related mental aspects


KINE BBOT - Theory and Technique of Offensive Baseball
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. 1. Demonstrate ability to teach specific techniques
  2. 2. Articulate appropriate sport specific theories
  3. 3. Understanding of sport specific related mental aspects


KINE CSA - College Success for Athletes
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. demonstrate effective strategies for communication when working with people


KINE DMP - PREVENTION OF TYPE II DIABETES THROUGH NUTRITION AND EXERCISE
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. discuss the origins and dangers of hypertension and pre-diabetes;
  2. recognize the symptoms of hypertension and pre-diabetes;
  3. recognize foods that rapidly raise blood sugar levels


KINE OPE - Orientation to Physical Education Activity Classes
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate and explain the physiological reasons for performing a proper warm up.


KINE PDBB - Principles of Defensive Baseball
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. 1. Demonstrate ability to teach specific Defensive baseball techniques
  2. 2. Articulate appropriate sport specific theories & principles pertaining to defensive baseball
  3. 3. Understanding of sport specific related mental aspects pertaining to defensive baseball


KINE POBB - Principles of Offensive Baseball
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. 1. Demonstrate ability to teach specific techniques related to offensive baseball
  2. 2. Ability to articulate appropriate sport specific offensive baseball theories
  3. 3. Understanding of sport specific related mental aspects related to offensive baseball


KINE WSI - Water Safety Instructor
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Demonstrate life saving skills as they apply to the aquatic instructor.
  2. Demonstrate stroke proficiency as it relates to competitive swimming.
  3. Demonstrate proper warm up/warm down routine.