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Kinesiology advising for spring 2015

Kinesiology Advisingfor Spring 2015

This powerpoint slide show is designed to assist the student in preparing to enroll for the Spring 2015 semester

Kinesiology website

Kinesiology Website

Visit the Kinesiology website at

For information on the department, advising, professional tracks, and careers

General information

General Information

Line schedules for Spring can be found under Human Ecology at

Key dates

Key Dates

  • Enrollment for Spring begins October 27th

  • December 29th Winter Intersession courses begin

  • January 20th Classes begin

  • January 26th last day to add without instructor permission

Undergraduate catalogue

Undergraduate Catalogue

  • The undergraduate catalogue provides information on course descriptions and pre-requisites and can be found at


Enrollment time

Enrollment time

  • For enrollment assignments please refer to iSIS student self service for exact date you are eligible to enroll.

University calendar

University calendar


Advising hold


  • There is an enrollment advising hold on all students accounts that must be pulled by an advisor before the student can enroll on iSIS . This can be accomplished by

  • - meeting with an advisor

  • - completing an advising waiver at and turning it in to an advisor or the main office (Natatorium 1A)

Advising survey hold


  • Each Fall semester the University places an advising survey hold on students accounts. To remove this hold you will need to go into ISIS and complete the advising survey. You can find your advisor using the search icon when you log into the survey.

Meeting with an advisor

Meeting with an advisor

  • The easiest way to schedule an advising meeting is to email an advisor with the days and times you can meet. We will then check our schedules to set up a meeting that is convenient for you. A typical meeting can last from 10 to 30 minutes during which your flag will be pulled and a tentative schedule will be developed for the next semester.

Meeting with an advisor1

Meeting with an advisor

  • Lauren McDaniel   Gym 115   [email protected]  532-0698

  • Christian Larson   Gym 114  [email protected]    532-7086

  • Dr. Robert Pettay  Gym 111 [email protected]   532-0710

  • Email an advisor to set up a meeting time

Meeting with an advisor2

Meeting with an advisor

Enrollment on isis

Enrollment on iSIS


  • Students must not have any holds on their account to enroll

  • Enrollment flag must be pulled prior to enrollment

  • Students will not be allowed to enroll until their enrollment time based on completed credit hours prior to the current semester

What you need to bring to your advising session

What you need to bring to your advising session

  • Your Kinesiology folder with your curriculum and information

  • A tentative list of courses you would like to enroll in

  • Some general goals you would like to achieve in the next semester

  • Questions you have about the department, college, university that need to be addressed

Advising session

Advising session

  • Sign advising checklist

  • Go over current semester and completed courses

  • Identify potential courses to enroll in for next semester and semester goals

  • Develop list of potential courses for enrollment

  • Answer any questions, address any concerns

After advising session

After advising session

  • Student will go through and develop a schedule with days and times, with alternatives if desired courses are not available

  • Student will enroll on iSIS at earliest available date

  • Student will contact an advisor with any questions or issues that they encounter

  • Students are responsible for courses they enroll in. Advisors will assist student in developing a schedule appropriate for the Kinesiology major

Selected university services

Selected University Services

  • Pre-health advisors

  • Career Employment Services

  • Academic and Career Information Center

  • Academic Assistance Center

  • Office of Student Life

  • Counseling Center

  • Student Financial Assistance

  • Tutoring Center

  • Student Services

Degree requirements he

Degree requirements – HE

  • 120 total hours

  • Maximum 60 hours transfer from a 2 year institution

  • 45 hours above 300 level courses

  • 2.0 overall GPA

  • 2.2 Kinesiology GPA in 35 core hours

  • “C” or better in 35 Kinesiology core courses

  • 20 of last 30 hours at KSU

  • All degree requirements met

General education classes

General education classes

  • Students must complete all college and departmental requirements to receive degree

  • Use the Degree Audit report in iSIS to monitor progress towards your degree

  • At approximately 85 completed hours, visit with your advisor about completing a grad check

The kinesiology curriculum

The Kinesiology curriculum

  • The Kinesiology curriculum has a 17 hour lower level core and 18 hours of upper level classes with at least 4 courses in either the exercise physiology emphasis or the public health/physical activity emphasis. Kinesiology majors must receive a “C” or better in the lower and upper level courses to count them towards their degree

  • Lower level core

  • Kin 2204 hours

  • Kin 3103 hours

  • Kin 335,3364,1 hours

  • Kin 3455 hours

Emphasis areas in the curriculum

Emphasis Areas in the curriculum

  • Exercise Physiology : is the responses of the human body to physical activity. Emphasis is placed on understanding the structure-function relationships of the respiratory, cardiovascular, and muscular systems and how their function is integrated to support the dynamics of muscular contraction.

  • Public Health/Physical Activity : Public health physical activity is the social and behavioral epidemiology of physical activity in public health, social and psychological influences on physical activity, and promotion of physical activity in individuals, settings and communities.

Pre reqs for lower level core

Pre-reqs for Lower level core

  • Pre-reqs will be enforced by iSIS

  • Kin 220 – none

  • Kin 310 – Kin 220

  • Kin 335 – Biol 340, Kin 360 (Kin 398) or at least 8 hours of anatomy and physiology. Students with transfer credits will need permission from advisor to enroll.

  • Kin 336 – Kin 335 or concurrent enrollment

  • Kin 345 – Psych 110, Socio 211, and Kin 220 all with a C or better

Pre requisites for upper level courses

Pre-requisites for Upper level courses

  • Pre-requisites can be found in the Undergraduate catalogue on the Kansas State home page


  • Contact an advisor or course instructor with questions

Additional upper level electives

Additional upper level electives

  • Sign up for practicum, independent studies, and internships will be in Gym 111.

  • Kin 430 – Lifetime sport Practicum

    • Contact Dr. Pettay ([email protected]) for information

  • Kin 463 – Lab Practicum

    • Contact Dr. Pettay ([email protected]) for information

  • Kin 520/521 – Practicum/

    • Check pre-reqs prior to enrolling. Contact Lauren McDaniel ([email protected]) for information

  • Kin 597 Research Experience in Kinesiology

    • Must be set up with faculty member

  • Kin 599 – Independent study

    • Must be set up with a faculty member

  • Kin 792 – Internship in Exercise Sciences

    • Check pre-reqs prior to enrolling. Contact Lauren McDaniel ([email protected])

      for information

Kinesiology course offerings spring 2015

Kinesiology course offeringsSpring 2015–

  • Kin 220 Lecture lab - Lower level core

  • Kin 310 Lower level core

  • Kin 330 Lecture lab-Kin Elective

  • Kin 335 Lower level core

  • Kin 336 (don’t have to enroll in 336 concurrently with 335) Lower level core

  • Kin 345 Lower level core

  • Kin 360

  • Kin 398 (Evening college) Kin elective

  • Kin 430 Kin Elective

  • Kin 463 Kin Elective

  • Kin 520 Kin Elective

  • Kin 521 Kin Elective

  • Kin 592 Kin Elective – Winter intersession

  • Kin 594 Public Health emphasis

  • Kin 597 Kin Elective

  • Kin 599 Kin Elective

  • Kin 600 Public Health emphasis

  • Kin 601 Physiology emphasis

  • Kin 603 Physiology emphasis

  • Kin 605 Physiology emphasis (online)

  • Kin 605 Physiology emphasis (online)

  • Kin 609 Physiology emphasis

  • Kin 625 Kin elective

  • Kin 655 Public Health emphasis

  • Kin 792 Kin elective

  • Kin 793 Kin elective

  • Kin 796 Physiology emphasis – instructor permission

  • Kin 796 Physiology emphasis – instructor permission

  • Kin 797 Public Health emphasis – instructor permission

Biology 340 human body and kinesiology 360 anatomy physiology

Biology 340 – Human Body and Kinesiology 360 Anatomy & Physiology

  • Kinesiology 360 – pre-req is Biol 198 with a C or better

  • Contact Lauren McDaniel at [email protected] with any questions

  • Biology 340 pre-reqs are cumulative GPA of 3.0; CHM 110/CHM 111, CHM 210, or CHM 230 (or transfer equivalent); BIOL 198 taken at K-State (with a B or better) or transferred biology class plus at least one of the following introductory courses taken at K-State, with a B grade or better: CHM 110/111, CHM 210, or CHM 230; PHYS 113, PHYS 213, or any K-State biology course that has BIOL 198 as a prerequisite.Sophomore standing.

  • Kin 335 requires at least 8 hour of anatomy and physiology courses prior to enrollment

Kinesiology minor

Kinesiology Minor

  • A Kinesiology minor allows students who are not Kinesiology majors to gain a general understanding of the necessity of movement activities for physical and psychological health

  • Learn more at the Kinesiology website at

Concurrent bs ms or bs mph degree

Concurrent BS/MS or BS/MPH Degree

  • The combined BS/MS or BS/MPH program provides exceptional undergraduates with the opportunity to obtain both a bachelor of science and master of science degree or master of public health degree in five years.

  • Learn more on the Kinesiology website at

Spring summer graduates

Spring/Summer graduates

  • Students planning on graduating in Spring must complete an application for graduation in iSIS. This application is under the Student Center in the “other academic” box

  • August graduates may walk in the Spring ceremony and complete their degree during the Summer.



  • Please contact Dr. Robert Pettay at [email protected] or 532-0710 with any questions.

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