Kinesiology, Associate in Arts for Transfer
The Kinesiology for Transfer (AA-T) degree is designed for those students wishing to transfer to many CSU Kinesiology programs. Kinesiology is the study of the role of movement in the human body and how it works in sport activities. Programs in kinesiology are designed to prepare the student for jobs in teaching, coaching, fitness management, officiating, or a combination of these areas. Programs may have emphasis in sports, teaching, coaching, dance, pre-physical therapy, athletic training, sports medicine, recreation, or fitness management. Kinesiology programs are usually found at colleges and universities. They include bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree programs. Students who plan to teach physical education in elementary, middle or secondary schools may need certification.
Minimum Units Required: 60
Complete one of the following general education patterns:
Courses Within the Major
Complete a minimum of 21 units. 15 units from Core Requirements (to include 3 units of movement-based courses). Each course must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.
Core Requirements - Complete 15 units
Movement-Based Courses - Complete 3 units from at least 3 different areas.
Restricted Electives - Complete a minimum of 6 units selected from:
Complete elective coursework to achieve the minimum 60-unit requirement.