Summary of Requirements

University Requirements

All new students are required to complete the university's General Education (GenEd) curriculum.

All University GenEd courses must be completed with a minimum grade of C- in order to count toward graduation; however, students are encouraged to aim for the B grade or higher to improve their chances for successful admission to their graduate program of choice. It should be noted that the Department of Kinesiology requires KINS 1223 Human Anatomy and Physiology I and KINS 1224 Human Anatomy and Physiology II to fulfill the GenEd Science & Technology requirement. Further note that KINS 1223 and KINS 1224 are required prerequisites for admission to the majority of health profession graduate programs, and students are encouraged to earn a B or better in those classes.

All Temple students must take a minimum of two writing-intensive courses as part of the major. The specific writing-intensive courses for this major are KINS 3096 and KINS 4096.

College Requirement

All College of Public Health undergraduates must successfully complete the College Core Course, HRPR 1001 Public Health: The Way We Live, Work and Play .

Major Requirements

Students are advised to maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.00 (B) since entry into graduate programs in the health professions is highly competitive. Although all required professional application courses must be completed with a minimum grade of C to count toward graduation, a grade of B or better in the specific prerequisites is required for almost all health profession graduate programs.

KINS 1223Human Anatomy and Physiology I4
KINS 1224Human Anatomy and Physiology II4
Core Courses
HIM 1101Medical Terminology3
HPM 2214Politics and Payments in US Healthcare System3
HRPR 1001Public Health: The Way We Live, Work and Play3
KINS 3096Cultural Competency in Health and Healthcare3
SBS 2103Health Psychology and Human Behavior3
KINS 2204Motor Behavior3
KINS 4096Introduction to the Narrative in Patient-Centered Health Care3
KINS 4242Exercise, Nutrition and Behavior3
SBS 2101Disease Prevention and Control3
Math and Science Requirements
MATH 1021College Algebra4
EPBI 2219Biostatistics and Public Health3
BIOL 1011General Biology I4
BIOL 1012General Biology II4
CHEM 1031General Chemistry I3
CHEM 1033General Chemistry Laboratory I1
CHEM 1032General Chemistry II3
CHEM 1034General Chemistry Laboratory II1
PHYS 1021Introduction to General Physics I4
PHYS 1022Introduction to General Physics II4
PSY 1001Introduction to Psychology3
Electives
Choose 7 courses. Check with advisor for other options based on educational goals.22
Emergency Medical Care for Health Professionals (only for students planning on the MS in Athletic Training)
Organic Chemistry I
and Organic Chemistry Laboratory I
Organic Chemistry II
and Organic Chemistry Laboratory II
Biochemistry I
International Classification of Diseases
An Introduction to Holistic Practices and Integrative Medicine
Movement Injuries: Prevention and Care
Physiology of Physical Activity
Applied Technologies in Kinesiology
Functional Anatomy for Kinesiology
Biomechanics of Physical Activity
Basic Electrocardiography
Independent Study in Kinesiology
Ethics in Medicine
Foundations of Cognitive Psychology
Foundations of Psychopathology
Foundations of Developmental Psychology
International Health
Nutrition and Health
Nutrition in the Lifecycle
Counseling Techniques for Health Professionals
Disability Identity
Total Credit Hours91