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2011-2012 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

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KINS 3330 - Theory and Analysis of Individual Sports and Games

(2 Units) Course provides students with knowledge of techniques, skills, critical elements, scientific principles, and equipment for individual sports and games.  Students are given the opportunity to gain knowledge of developmental progressions, game strategies, safety, etiquette, and fair play.  Further, students are given the opportunity to apply critical thinking and teamwork through participation in sport and games. (Formerly PHED 3330 Theory and Analysis of Golf/Archery) Prerequisites: Limited to junior and senior Kinesiology and Liberal Studies majors or consent of instructor. (Lecture, 1 hour; activity, 2 hours)


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