KINESIOLOGY = [Greek: kin sis , movement, + -logos , study] Kinesiology is an integrative science focusing on multi-dimensional study and application of physical activity, health and wellness, human movement, exercise, performance, and sport.
The Kinesiology Department at Queens University of Charlotte provides superior educational opportunities within a Liberal Arts environment. The Kinesiology Department offers a Bachelor of Science degree with majors in Exercise and Sport Sciences, Sport Management, Allied Health, and Interdisciplinary Health Services.
Students graduating with a major in one of these four areas will have an array of opportunities in sports or health-related fields. Many students may pursue graduate school or seek careers in: physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, cardiac and/or exercise rehabilitation, fitness and wellness, strength and conditioning, coaching, pharmacy, pharmaceutical sales, public health, health agencies or departments, sport/athletic administration, sport physiology, sport psychology, sport sociology, sport management, or sport marketing.
The following Kinesiology courses will be offered during the Summer semesters:
Summer Semester I (May 7 - August 9)
KINS 340 - Sport History (On-line; Instructor = Assistant Dean Sally Hyatt)
KINS 220 - Foundations of Exercise & Sport Sciences (Wednesday, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.; Instructor = Dr. Amy Knab)
Summer Semester II (May 7 - June 21)
KINS 452 - Sport in the Cinema & Television (On-line; Instructor = Dean Kevin L. Burke)
KINS 470 - Sport Sociology (Hybrid; Thursday, 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.; Instructor = Dr. Stephanie Rauch)