Courses Offered

     
     

Course:

 

KIN 113 – Fitness Center

Level:

 

Credit 

Credit:

 

1.000

Summary:

 

(No prerequisite. 24 activity hours and 8 lecture hours total.) An open-entry/open-exit course designed to increase cardiovascular endurance, strength, and flexibility. Provides knowledge of basic fitness concepts and skills to develop an individualized workout based on the student's goals. (CSU) AA/AS Area H

Attributes:

 

CSU

Footnotes:

 

These individualized, self-paced classes (KIN 113 A and B) offer students the opportunity to pursue their physical fitness goals in a flexible, “open lab” class format. Students must complete a number of fitness modules on topics including, but not limited to, applied knowledge of strength training, cardiovascular fitness, High Intensity Interval Training, and functional training methods. A detailed schedule of offerings will be listed in the student Canvas Portal and in the Fitness Center. Required class hours may be selected from any combination of the supervised times listed. Organized workouts will be offered throughout the day, including the lecture components for each fitness module. Students should refer to the Fitness Center Manual posted in Canvas. Attendance is very important. Failure to meet required hours will affect a student’s grade. Students who register for a course in this program must complete an orientation session with an instructor during the first week of enrollment to avoid being dropped.

     

Course:

 

KIN 107 - Human Biology

Level:

 

Credit

Credit:

 

3.000

Summary:

 

(No prerequisite. Can be taken as KIN 107 or BIOL 107; credit awarded for only one course.) This course introduces the structure, function, and development of the human body, and foundational concepts to explore personal and societal issues involving human biology. Topics include an introduction to scientific methods of investigation and some elementary chemistry (no previous background necessary) as a basis for understanding human functions such as movement, digestion, circulation, reproduction, and other systems. Some diseases and other causes of body malfunction are discussed. (CSU/UC) AA/AS Area A, CSU Area B-2, IGETC Area 5B

Attributes:

 

UC Area 5-B Biol Sciences, CSU B-2 Life Science, CSU, COM GE A Natural Sciences

Footnotes:

 

May be taken as KIN 107 or BIOL 107; credit awarded for only one course.

 
 
 

Course:

 

KIN 110 – Mat Pilates

Level:

 

Credit

Credit:

 

1.000

Summary:

 

(No prerequisite.) This sequence of courses, from beginning to advanced levels, introduces the Pilates method of body conditioning, emphasizing core musculature as it applies to everyday movement, and developing core strength, posture, breath control, body alignment and flexibility. Benefits include balance, body awareness, relaxation, injury prevention, stress reduction and increased self-confidence. (CSU/UC) AA/AS Area H

Attributes:

 

CSU, COM GE H Physical Activity, UC

     

Course:

 

KIN 112 – Zumba Fitness

Level:

 

Credit

Credit:

 

1.000

Summary:

 

(No prerequisite.) Zumba is a fusion of Latin and international music-dance themes, creating a dynamic, exciting, effective fitness system. This sequence of courses, from beginning to intermediate levels, features aerobic/fitness interval training and resistance training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms that maximize caloric output and tone and sculpt the body. (CSU/UC) AA/AS Area H.

Attributes:

 

CSU, COM GE H Physical Activity, UC

     

Course:

 

KIN 114 – Introduction To Kinesiology

Level:

 

Credit

Credit:

 

3.000

Summary:

 

(No prerequisite. Can be taken as HED 114 or KIN 114; credit awarded for only one course.) This course introduces an interdisciplinary approach to the study of human movement, provides an overview of the importance of the sub-disciplines in kinesiology, and addresses career opportunities in the areas of teaching, coaching, allied health and fitness professions. (CSU/UC)

Attributes:

 

CSU, UC

Footnotes:

 

This course does not require on-campus meetings. Expect to spend 6-9 hours per week completing coursework online. Before registering, please see the "Getting Started in Your Online Course" information on the Distance Education website at: http://ol.marin.edu/getting-started

     

Course:

 

KIN 118 – Sports Nutrition

Level:

 

Credit

Credit:

 

3.000

Summary:

 

(No prerequisite. Can be taken as KIN 118 or HED 118; credit awarded for only one course.) This course is designed for personal fitness trainers, athletes, coaches and parents seeking sports-specific nutrition for aerobic, anaerobic and speed-endurance training. Topics include fueling the athlete, energy systems, metabolism, hydration, sports nutrition products, ergogenics, weight management, and sports-specific nutritional needs to improve athletic performance. (CSU)

Attributes:

 

CSU, COM GE H Physical Activity

 

Course:

 

KIN 119 – Teaching Group Fitness

Level:

 

Credit

Credit:

 

3.000

Summary:

 

(No prerequisite. Advisory: HED 114 or KIN 114.) This course is designed to help students become more effective wellness and fitness professionals. Students develop a toolbox of practical teaching, learning and evaluation methods to increase their ability to convey their knowledge to others in this field and more successfully impact their future clients, students, or athletes. The course prepares students to take the American Council on Exercise certification exam for Group Fitness Instructor. (CSU)

Attributes:

 

CSU, UC

Footnotes:

 

Hybrid Course, 1.5hrs/wk TBA, KTD/IVC. For log on instructions, please see the Distance Education listings online at http://www.marin.edu/DE/online-courses.html May be taken as KIN 119 or HED 119; credit awarded for only one course.

     

Course:

 

KIN 124 – Intro Principles of Coaching

Level:

 

Credit

Credit:

 

3.000

Summary:

 

(No prerequisite.) This course is for students interested in coaching athletics. It develops a coaching philosophy; communication, teaching, and management skills; and an understanding of the responsibilities of a coach. (CSU)

Attributes:

 

UC Area 5-B Biol Sciences, CSU B-2 Life Science, CSU, COM GE A Natural Sciences

Footnotes:

 

May be taken as KIN 107 or BIOL 107; credit awarded for only one course.

     
Course:   KIN 131 - Student Athlete Success

Level:

 

Credit

Credit:

 

2.000

Summary:

 

(No prerequisite.) This course introduces the skills necessary to become a successful intercollegiate athlete. Topics include, but are not limited to, NCAA and NAIA rules and regulations, goal-setting, communication, time- and stress-management, and injury prevention. (CSU)

Attributes:

 

CSU

 

Course:

 

KIN 132 – Individual Activities

Level:

 

Credit

Credit:

 

1.000

Summary:

 

(No prerequisite.) This course is designed for the student who is unable to enroll in a regularly scheduled physical activity class. Individual fitness programs are developed and logged by each student with guidance from the instructor to meet personal fitness goals. (CSU/UC) AA/AS Area H

Attributes:

 

CSU, UC

Footnotes:

 

All students are required to attend a mandatory orientation meeting on one of the following days and times: Location: IVC Pool, BLDG21, room 149 Thursday 8/24, 11:30AM Tuesday 8/29, 6:15PM Thursday 8/31, 11:30AM

 
 
 

Course:

 

KIN 155 - Swimming

Level:

 

Credit

Credit:

 

1.000

Summary:

 

(No prerequisite.) This sequence of courses, from beginning to advanced levels, presents a variety of strokes and skills necessary to be competent in the aquatic environment. Emphasizes stroke and endurance development. (CSU/UC) AA/AS Area H

Attributes:

 

CSU, COM GE H Physical Activity, UC

 
 
 

Course:

 

KIN 164 – Intercollegiate Sports Conditioning

Level:

 

Credit

Credit:

 

1.000

Summary:

 

(No prerequisite.) This course covers various forms of conditioning and training techniques used in different sports. Basic to the course are muscle balance, breath control, aerobic training, flexibility, nutrition, time management, injury prevention, and strength training. (CSU) AA/AS Area H

Attributes:

 

CSU

 

Course:

 

KIN 176 – Intercollegiate Basketball (Men) 

Level:

 

Credit

Credit:

 

2.000

Summary:

 

(Prerequisite: Team member.) An extensive intercollegiate athletics program for both men and women is available. This program includes the following sports that may be taken four times for credit: Baseball (Men), Basketball (Men and Women), Soccer (Men and Women), Volleyball (Women), Swimming and Diving (Men and Women), and Track and Field. (Men and Women) (CSU/UC) AA/AS Area H

Attributes:

 

Athletic Intercollegiate Class, CSU, COM GE H Physical Activity

   

Course:

KIN 176 – Intercollegiate Basketball (Women) 

Level:

Credit

Credit:

2.000

Summary:

(Prerequisite: Team member.) An extensive intercollegiate athletics program for both men and women is available. This program includes the following sports that may be taken four times for credit: Baseball (Men), Basketball (Men and Women), Soccer (Men and Women), Volleyball (Women), Swimming and Diving (Men and Women), and Track and Field. (Men and Women) (CSU/UC) AA/AS Area H

Attributes:

Athletic Intercollegiate Class, CSU, COM GE H Physical Activity

   

Course:

KIN 180 – Intercollegiate Soccer (Men) 

Level:

Credit

Credit:

2.000

Summary:

(Prerequisite: Team member.) An extensive intercollegiate athletics program for both men and women is available. This program includes the following sports that may be taken four times for credit: Baseball (Men), Basketball (Men and Women), Soccer (Men and Women), Volleyball (Women), Swimming and Diving (Men and Women), and Track and Field. (Men and Women) (CSU/UC) AA/AS Area H

Attributes:

Athletic Intercollegiate Class, CSU, COM GE H Physical Activity

   

Course:

KIN 180 – Intercollegiate Soccer (Women) 

Level:

Credit

Credit:

2.000

Summary:

(Prerequisite: Team member.) An extensive intercollegiate athletics program for both men and women is available. This program includes the following sports that may be taken four times for credit: Baseball (Men), Basketball (Men and Women), Soccer (Men and Women), Volleyball (Women), Swimming and Diving (Men and Women), and Track and Field. (Men and Women) (CSU/UC) AA/AS Area H

Attributes:

Athletic Intercollegiate Class, CSU, COM GE H Physical Activity

   

Course:

KIN 182 – Intercollegiate Volleyball

Level:

Credit

Credit:

2.000

Summary:

(Prerequisite: Team member.) An extensive intercollegiate athletics program for both men and women is available. This program includes the following sports that may be taken four times for credit: Baseball (Men), Basketball (Men and Women), Soccer (Men and Women), Volleyball (Women), Swimming and Diving (Men and Women), and Track and Field. (Men and Women) (CSU/UC) AA/AS Area H

Attributes:

Athletic Intercollegiate Class, CSU, COM GE H Physical Activity, UC

   

Course:

KIN 175 – Intercollegiate Baseball

Level:

Credit

Credit:

2.000

Summary:

(Prerequisite: Team member.) An extensive intercollegiate athletics program for both men and women is available. This program includes the following sports that may be taken four times for credit: Baseball (Men), Basketball (Men and Women), Soccer (Men and Women), Volleyball (Women), Swimming and Diving (Men and Women), and Track and Field. (Men and Women) (CSU/UC) AA/AS Area H

Attributes:

Athletic Intercollegiate Class, CSU, COM GE H Physical Activity, UC

 

Course:

KIN 183 – Intercollegiate Swimming and Diving (Men & Women)

Level:

Credit

Credit:

2.000

Summary:

(Prerequisite: Team member.) An extensive intercollegiate athletics program for both men and women is available. This program includes the following sports that may be taken four times for credit: Baseball (Men), Basketball (Men and Women), Soccer (Men and Women), Volleyball (Women), Swimming and Diving (Men and Women), and Track and Field. (Men and Women) (CSU/UC) AA/AS Area H

Attributes:

Athletic Intercollegiate Class, CSU, COM GE H Physical Activity, UC

   

Course:

KIN 185 – Intercollegiate Track and Field (Men & Women)

Level:

Credit

Credit:

2.000

Summary:

(Prerequisite: Team member.) An extensive intercollegiate athletics program for both men and women is available. This program includes the following sports that may be taken four times for credit: Baseball (Men), Basketball (Men and Women), Soccer (Men and Women), Volleyball (Women), Swimming and Diving (Men and Women), and Track and Field. (Men and Women) (CSU/UC) AA/AS Area H

Attributes:

Athletic Intercollegiate Class, CSU, COM GE H Physical Activity, UC

   
Course: KIN 190 – Off-Season Intercollegiate Baseball

Level:

Credit

Credit:

1.500

Summary:

(No prerequisite.) An intensive course designed to train students in the development of a baseball program at any level. Emphasizes the development of individual technique and skills. (CSU/UC) AA/AS Area H

Attributes:

Athletic Intercollegiate Class, CSU, COM GE H Physical Activity, UC

 

Course:

KIN 191 – Off-Season Intercollegiate Soccer (Men & Women)

Level:

Credit

Credit:

1.500

Summary:

(No prerequisite.) An intensive course designed to train students in the development of a soccer program at any level. Emphasizes the development of individual technique and skills. (CSU/UC) AA/AS Area H

Attributes:

Athletic Intercollegiate Class, CSU, COM GE H Physical Activity, UC

 
 

Course:

KIN 192 – Off-Season Intercollegiate Basketball (Men & Women)

Level:

Credit

Credit:

1.500

Summary:

(No prerequisite.) An intensive course designed to train students in the development of a basketball program at any level. Emphasizes the development of individual technique and skills. (CSU/UC) AA/AS Area H

Attributes:

Athletic Intercollegiate Class, CSU, COM GE H Physical Activity, UC

   

Course:

KIN 194 – Off-Season Intercollegiate Volleyball

Level:

Credit

Summary:

(No prerequisite.) An intensive course designed to train students in the development of a volleyball program at any level. Emphasizes the development of individual technique and skills. (CSU/UC) AA/AS Area H

Attributes:

Athletic Intercollegiate Class, CSU, COM GE H Physical Activity, UC

   

Course:

KIN 198 – Off-Season Intercollegiate Track and Field (Men & Women)

Level:

Credit

Credit:

1.500

Summary:

(No prerequisite.) An intensive course designed to train students in the development of a track and field program at any level. Emphasizes the development of individual technique and skills. (CSU/UC) AA/AS Area H

Attributes:

Athletic Intercollegiate Class, CSU, COM GE H Physical Activity, UC