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ACC DEGREE TRACKING WORKSHEET

Name____________________________________ SSN___________________________________

Health & Kinesiology

KINESIOLOGY

Associate of Science

2001-2002 Catalog


(formerly Health and Physical Education)



Program Course #

Course Title

Sem Hrs.

Sem Taken

Grade

College (If not ACC)

ENGL 1301

English Composition I

3










HIST 1301

United States History I

3










BIOL 1406+

Cellular and Molecular Biology

4










KINE 1301

Foundations of Physical Education

3










KINE

Any KINE Activity Course

1










HUMA

Humanities Course1

3










ENGL 1302+

English Composition II

3










HIST 1302

United States History II

3










CHEM 1411+

General Chemistry I

4










KINE 1306

First Aid and Safety

OR










KINE 2356

Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries

OR










KINE

Any KINE activity course

1










HUMA

Humanities Elective

3










GOVT 2305

United States Government

3










BIOL 2401+

Human Anatomy

4










MATH 1314+

College Algebra

OR










MATH 1332+

Topics in Mathematics

OR










KINE 1308

Officiating Baseball/Softball/Soccer

OR










KINE 1309

Officiating Volleyball/Basketball

OR










KINE 1322+

Aerobic Instructor

OR










KINE

KINE Activity Course

1












Unrestricted Elective

3-4










GOVT 2306

Texas State and Local Government

3










BIOL 2402+

Human Physiology

4










SPCH 1311

Introduction to Speech Communication

OR










SPCH 1315

Fundamentals of Public Speaking

OR










KINE 1321

Coaching

OR










KINE 1322+

Aerobic Instructor

OR












Unrestricted Elective

3-4












+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.


Final approval of degree plan for graduation is provided by the Admissions Office. Application for graduation must be on file in the Admissions Office before the published deadline of the student’s final semester. The ACC Catalog contains important information about graduation.


ACC COURSE DESCRIPTIONS


BIOL 1406 CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (4-3-3). BIOL 1406 and 1408 may not both be counted toward graduation. Designed for science majors and students with a strong science background who desire a more in-depth approach to biological topics. An introduction to the physical and chemical organization of living organisms; cell structure, function, and metabolism; classical and molecular genetics; gene regulation; genetic engineering; molecular aspects of development; and reproduction. Fee: $24 Skills: E Prerequisites: One year of high school chemistry or one semester of college chemistry; two years of high school algebra or MATD 0390. (BIO 1654)


BIOL 2401 HUMAN ANATOMY (4-3-3). A detailed review of the structure of the human body. Topics include cellular, integumentary, skeletal, muscular, neural, endocrine, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive anatomy. Fee: $24 Skills: E Prerequisites: BIOL 1406 or equivalent. (BIO 2714)


BIOL 2402 HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY (4-3-3). An in-depth inquiry into the physiology of the human body with an emphasis on the characteristics of physiological processes and the influence of environmental and other factors on these processes. Fee: $24 Skills: E Prerequisites: CHEM 1405 and either BIOL 1407 or BIOL 2401 or equivalents. (BIO 2724)


CHEM 1411 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (4-3-3). Covers the fundamental facts, laws, principles, theories, and concepts of chemistry necessary for further work in science or science-related subjects. Stresses atomic structure, periodic properties of matter, chemical bonding, and molecular geometry of organic and inorganic molecules, states of matter, stoichiometry, and properties of solutions. Fee: $16 Insurance: $2 Skills: B Prerequisites: One year of high school chemistry or CHEM 1405; two years of high school algebra or MATD 0390. (CHM 1634)


ENGL 1301 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (3-3-0). A study of the principles of composition with emphasis on language, the mechanics of writing, the types of discourse, and research and documentation. Skills: E (ENG 1613)


ENGL 1302 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II (3-3-0). A continuation of English 1301 with emphasis on analysis of readings in prose fiction. Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or equivalent. (ENG 1623)


GOVT 2305 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT (3-3-0). This course is an introduction to United States national government. The course includes a framework for understanding United States government and politics, the constitutional basis for United States government and politics, the processes of United States government and politics, the institutions of United States government and politics, and the policies of United States government and politics. Skills: E (GOV 2613)


GOVT 2306 TEXAS STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT (3-3-0). This course is an introduction to Texas state and local government. The course includes an introduction to a framework for analyzing Texas government and politics, the constitutional basis for Texas government and politics, the processes of Texas government and politics, the institutions of Texas government and politics, and the policies of Texas government and politics. Skills: E (GOV 2623)


HIST 1301 UNITED STATES HISTORY I (3-3-0). A study of the history of the United States to 1877. Skills: E (HIS 1613)


HIST 1302 UNITED STATES HISTORY II (3-3-0). A study of the history of the United States from 1877 to present. Skills: E (HIS 1623)


KINE 1301 FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (3-3-0). An introduction to the profession of physical education, including philosophical, historical and scientific foundations. Course includes assessment of physical qualities and personal and professional qualifications. (PHED 1301) Skills: R (HKN 1613)


KINE 1306 FIRST AID AND SAFETY (3-3-0). A course designed to enable the student to recognize and avoid hazards within his/her environment; to intelligently assist in case of accident or illness; to develop skills necessary for immediate and temporary care of a victim. First Aid and CPR Certification will be offered. (PHED 1306) Fee: $8 Skills: R (HKN 1653)


KINE 1308 OFFICIATING BASEBALL/SOFTBALL/SOCCER (3-3-0). This course is for students desiring to officiate and to increase their knowledge and appreciation of sports. Students will be given an insight into the rules of various sports (soccer and baseball in the spring) and the technique, procedure and practice of officiating. (HKN 2613)


KINE 1309 OFFICIATING VOLLEYBALL/BASKETBALL (3-3-0). This course is for students desiring to officiate and to increase their knowledge and appreciation of sports. Students will be given an insight into the rules of various sports (basketball and volleyball in the fall) and the technique, procedure, and practice of officiating. (HKN 2613)


KINE 1321 COACHING (3-3-0). A course designed to teach fundamentals of team play (e.g., volleyball, basketball, soccer, baseball, football), comparison of systems, strategy, training and conditioning, selection of individuals for positions, responsibilities of the coach and public relations. (HKN 2623)


KINE 1322 AEROBIC INSTRUCTOR (3-2-2). A course to train individuals in skills necessary to lead group instruction in the areas of aerobic step, slide, interval training, circuit training and aqua fitness. Other topics covered are physiology, anatomy, biomechanics, applied kinesiology, nutrition and weight control. Areas of instruction include assessment, programming and instruction, individual needs, and instructor responsibilities. Insurance: $4 Prerequisites: KINE 1101 or equivalent experience recommended. (HKN 2503)


KINE 1322 AEROBIC INSTRUCTOR (3-2-2). A course to train individuals in skills necessary to lead group instruction in the areas of aerobic step, slide, interval training, circuit training and aqua fitness. Other topics covered are physiology, anatomy, biomechanics, applied kinesiology, nutrition and weight control. Areas of instruction include assessment, programming and instruction, individual needs, and instructor responsibilities. Insurance: $4 Prerequisites: KINE 1101 or equivalent experience recommended. (HKN 2503)


KINE 2356 CARE AND PREVENTION OF ATHLETIC INJURIES (3-3-0). The study of the treatment and prevention of specific sport injuries resulting from activities in the home, recreational, intramural, and extramural settings. Identification of injuries, proper treatment after they occur, and preventative measures. Students learn how to create a safe environment for athletes. Cramer and American Red Cross techniques will be covered.


MATH 1314 COLLEGE ALGEBRA (3-3-0). A course designed for students majoring in business, mathematics, science, engineering, or certain engineering-related technical fields. Content includes the rational, real, and complex number systems; the study of functions including polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions and related equations; inequalities; and systems of linear equations and determinants. Prerequisites: MATD 0390 or satisfactory score on the ACC Assessment Test. (MTH 1743)


MATH 1332 TOPICS IN MATHEMATICS (3-3-0). A course designed for non-mathematics and non-science majors. Topics may include, but are not limited to, sets, logic, number theory, geometric concepts, and an introduction to probability and statistics. Prerequisites: Two years of high school algebra or the equivalent or a satisfactory score on the appropriate placement test. (MTH 1513)


SPCH 1311 INTRODUCTION TO SPEECH COMMUNICATION (3-3-0). Theories and practice of speech communication behavior in interpersonal, small group, and public communication situations. The course introduces skills that students can use to communicate more effectively in their everyday lives. Skills: E (SPE 1603)


SPCH 1315 FUNDAMENTALS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING (3-3-0). A study of the basic principles and techniques for the research, composition, organization and delivery of speeches for various purposes. The course concentrates on practical experience in developing speaking and listening abilities. Skills: E (SPE 1613)


Last Updated: September 24, 2001

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