The Kinesiology B.S. program is undergoing curriculum changes to best prepare our students beyond graduation. We are changing course names, course codes, course prefixes and prerequisites effective Fall 2022. You may find a full list of these changes as they are updated below.
|New Code||New Course Title||Old Code||Old Course Title|
|APK2003||Careers and Professional Development in Kinesiology||PET3005||Introduction to Kinesiology|
|APK2300||Injury Management and Emergency Care||APK2300||Basic Sport First Aid and CPR|
|APK3174||Personal Training Methods||PET4083||Personal Training Methods|
|APK3200||Motor Development and Learning||PET4050C||Motor Development and Learning|
|APK3402||Motivational Aspects of Athletic Performance||PET4215||Motivational Aspects of Athletic Performance|
|SPM3504||Risk Management and Administrative Responsibilities in Kinesiology||SPM3504||Fiscal Facilities: Issues in Sport and Athletic Coaching|
|APK3321||Exercise is Medicine||PET4088||Physical Activity and Preventative Medicine|
|APK4163||Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism||PET3361||Nutrition and Metabolism|
|APK4103||Kinetic Anatomy||PET4325||Functional Kinesiology|
|APK4112||Exercise Physiology I||PET3351||Applied Exercise Physiology|
|APK4113||Strength and Conditioning I||PET3771||Strength and Conditioning Concepts|
|APK4119||Exercise Prescription for Special Populations||PET4552||Exercise Prescription for Special Populations|
|APK4125C||Assessment and Evaluation in Kinesiology||PET4550C||Assessment & Evaluation in Kinesiology|
|APK4134C||Exercise Physiology II||APK4110C||Advanced Exercise Physiology|
|APK4175||Body Composition and Weight Management||PET3125||Fitness and Weight Management|
|APK4220C||Applied Biomechanics||PET4312C||Applied Biomechanics|
|PEM2104||Personal Fitness and Wellness||PEM2104||Personal Fitness|
|APK4926||Undergraduate Internship in Kinesiology||APK4926||Practicum|
|APK4950||Capstone in Kinesiology||PET4901||Capstone in Kinesiology|
Frequently Asked Questions
Course names, course codes, course prefixes and prerequisites.
The academic programs within the Division of Kinesiology are being updated to reflect a more contemporary approach to preparing our students beyond graduation. This is including curricular changes aimed at the pursuit of accreditation processes supported by several professional organizations within our field, including the American College of Sports Medicine and the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
No. Students will retain their catalog year.
The Division of Kinesiology will honor the old prerequisites for students in the Summer 2022 catalog term and prior. You should be able to register via myUCF without any errors. However, if an issue arises, please contact your assigned academic advisor for assistance.
No. While courses may look different, the prerequisites and requirements for students in the Summer 2022 catalog term and prior will remain the same.
We are hosting virtual advising sessions via Zoom. Dates and times are TBD, please check back for updates. You may also contact your assigned advisor via email.