Northern Kentucky University

Undergraduate Catalog 2015-16

Kinesiology and Health Majors

Exercise Science

Bachelor of Science with a major in Exercise Science

Students who major in exercise science focus on the study of human movement within a biomechanical and physiological context; including aspects of anatomy, physiology, chemistry, physics, biology, nutrition and applied training principles. An exercise science degree prepares students for jobs in the fields of strength and conditioning, clinical exercise physiology (cardiac rehabilitation, pulmonary rehabilitation, etc.), sport performance, human performance (military, police, fire fighters, etc.) and applied research. Pre-professional programs that fit well with an exercise science degree are: physical therapy, occupational therapy, and prosthetics.

A grade of C- or higher is required in all major coursework for exercise science undergraduate majors.

If a particular course has a prerequisite that is not listed as part of the major requirements, then the prerequisite is given in italics below the course for which it is a prerequisite. These prerequisites are not included in the program totals in the table below, but they must be completed IN ADDITION TO other program requirements.

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B.S. – Exercise Science

Courses in Kinesiology and Health

Credits

HEA 135

Safety and First Aid

3

KIN 125

Introduction to Physical Education, Fitness, and Sport

3

KIN 200

Concepts of Lifetime Fitness

2

KIN 260

Introduction to Strength and Conditioning

3

KIN 313

Computer Applications for Health and Kinesiology

2

KIN 295

Anatomical Kinesiology

3

KIN 320

Motor Learning and Performance

3

KIN 330

Motor Development

3

KIN 340

KIN 340L

Exercise Physiology and

Exercise Physiology Lab

4

KIN 349

Exercise Prescription

4

KIN 360

Statistics and Measurement in Kinesiology

Prerequisite: MAHD 099 or acceptable placement score

3

KIN 370

Biomechanics

3

KIN 380

Clinical Exercise Physiology

3

KIN 450

Organization and Administration of Kinesiology and Athletics

3

KIN 481

Nutrition for Sport and Exercise

3

KIN 483

Advanced Strength and Conditioning

3

KIN 498

Research, Trends and Issues in Exercise Science

2

KIN 496

Internship in Exercise Science

-- OR --

9

KIN 497

Exercise Science Senior Synthesis (3 credit hours) AND 6 KIN credit hours 300 level or above

 

Electives: Select 300/400/500-level KIN, PHE, HEA, or ATP courses (with KH department approval)

6

Credits in Kinesiology and Health

65

Courses in Other Disciplines

BIO 126

Human Nutrition

3

BIO 208/208L

Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Laboratory

4

BIO 209/209L

Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Laboratory

4

CHE 115/115L

Physiological Chemistry with Laboratory

Prerequisites: High school chemistry and minimum score of 19 on ACT mathematics section or equivalent; or C- or better in CHE 102

4

PHY 110

Introduction to Physics with Laboratory

Prerequisite: MAHD 099

4

Credits in Other Disciplines

19

TOTAL CREDITS

84

Athletic Training

Bachelor of Science with a major in Athletic Training

Thinking about the discipline: Athletic training encompasses the prevention, diagnosis, and intervention of emergency, acute, and chronic medical conditions involving impairment, functional limitations, and disabilities. The mission of the NKU Athletic Training Education Program is to prepare the next generation of certified athletic trainers through student-centered education, diverse clinical experiences, and scholarly activities in order to produce well-rounded, competent clinicians who will make an impactful contribution to health care in our region, and beyond.

Since 2006, NKU’s athletic training education program has been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education. CAATE accreditation recognizes that NKU’s ATEP meets the required standards for the preparation of entry-level certified athletic trainers.

Special Admission Requirements: To meet minimum admission standards, a student must:

  • Choose pre-athletic training as a major (XATH).
  • Have at least sophomore standing (30 credit hours).
  • Have completed pre-professional coursework with a minimum grade of C-.
  • Have a cumulative GPA of 2.50 or above.
  • Have completed clinical observation as part of "ATP 280: Pre-Athletic Training."
  • Meet technical standards for minimum mental and physical function.
  • Complete CPR and AED for the professional rescuer.
  • Have safety and first-aid certification.
  • Return a negative TB test (annually).
  • Complete a physical examination (completed with ATEP form).
  • Submit immunization records (must have current HBV).
  • Successfully complete a background check through NKU University Police Department. (Allow a minimum of six to eight weeks to process.)
  • Have primary health insurance coverage.
  • Produce college-level transcripts.

Any student wishing to apply for admission into ATEP must complete a two-part process.

Step 1: Pre-professional

Students must choose pre-athletic training (XATH) as their major and successfully complete selected coursework and directed observation. The coursework consists of eight classes for a total of 20 hours. Students must receive a minimum grade of C- for each pre-professional course and attain a cumulative GPA of 2.50 to be eligible for admission. The pre-professional courses are:

  • ATP 101: Concepts of Athletic Training
  • ATP 200: Medical History and Documentation (1credit hour).
  • ATP 201: Goniometry, Range of Motion, and Manual Muscle Testing (1 credit hour).
  • ATP 280: Pre-Athletic Training (1 credit hour).
  • PSY 100: Introduction to Psychology (3 credit hours).
  • BIO 126: Human Nutrition (3 credit hours).
  • HEA 135: Safety and First Aid (3 credit hours).
  • KIN 280: Basic Recognition and Care of Athletic Injuries (3 credit hours).
  • BIO 208/208L: Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Laboratory (4 credit hours).

As part of "ATP 280 Pre-Athletic Training," students will complete 30 clock hours of directed observation at sites selected by ATEP faculty. Clinical supervisors assess students on a general performance evaluation, and the results are used as part of the admission process. For more information or to obtain the evaluation forms, contact the ATEP director, Rachele Vogelpohl at vogelpohlra@nku.edu.

Step 2: Formal application

Formal program application and admission occur during the fall semester as part of "ATP 280 Pre-Athletic Training." To be eligible for formal application, the student must attain at least sophomore standing (30 credit hours) and satisfactorily complete the pre-professional stage. The ATEP application deadline is October 31 for fall admission and March 31 for spring admission. The student is required to provide transcripts or proof of satisfactory completion of the pre-professional stage.

The ATEP has limited and selective enrollment. The program has a set maximum for total student enrollment. Annual available positions will be determined according to the set maximum for program positions and the positions that became available through graduation and attrition. Students who fulfill the minimum requirements for formal application are chosen by objective selection criteria based on four parts: cumulative GPA, pre-professional coursework grades, evaluations by supervising ATCs during directed observation, and quality of application. Each portion of the criteria has been weighted according to its importance as determined by the NKU faculty and staff. The weightings are as follows:

  • 25 percent cumulative GPA.
  • 25 percent pre-professional coursework grades.
  • 35 percent observation evaluations.
  • 15 percent application quality.

Each section is given a numerical score. The section scores are totaled to produce an overall score to objectively rank the students. Available positions will be filled from the highest-ranked applicant down until all positions are filled. Rejected students will be afforded the opportunity to reapply during the next application period. Accepted students will have the option to begin clinical rotations the spring semester following admission to the ATEP.

The NKU technical standards represent the mental and physical requirements necessary for a student to successfully participate in and complete the NKU ATEP program. The guidelines are designed to reflect the necessary skills identified for the entry-level athletic trainer as detailed in the National Association of Training's Board of Certification Role Delineation Study. A student must meet the requirements for admission, retention, and graduation.

Transfer students should contact the ATEP director, Rachele Vogelpohl at vogelpohlra@nku.edu, for details regarding course transfer and program admission eligibility.

Progression:

  1. Cumulative Grade Point Average

    A 2.5 GPA is the minimum that must be maintained throughout enrollment in the program. If an athletic training student’s GPA falls below a 2.5 he/she will be placed on probation for one semester. During the probationary period, the student has the opportunity to bring his/her GPA back up to the minimum level with no penalty. If the student does not achieve this, he/she will be suspended from the program and the student will be prevented from progressing in didactic or clinical course work for a period of one semester. Students must maintain university enrollment during the suspension. The student will be allowed to retake any previously completed didactic program coursework. The student will not be permitted to enroll in any clinical coursework during the suspension period.

    If the student raises their GPA to the minimum standard by the end of the suspension period, he/she will be returned to active enrollment. If the student’s GPA remains below 2.5, he/she will be expelled from the program. Students wishing to return to the ATEP at a later date will be subject to the same admissions standards, student selection criteria, and must compete for available positions as if they were a new applicant.

  2. Academic Progress

    A minimum grade of C- is required for ALL courses required by the ATEP. Students will not be permitted to enroll in a course where a C- was not earned in a prerequisite course. The clinical and didactic portions of the ATEP progress simultaneously throughout the program. A student is allowed to retake major coursework or clinical assignments that are unsatisfactory.

  3. Technical Standards

    Students must maintain minimum physical and mental requirements as outlined in the ATEP Technical Standards throughout their enrollment in the ATEP. Students must complete medical history questionnaire and have an annual physical which must both be reviewed and signed for adherence to the technical standards by a qualified allied health care provider (i.e. MD, DO, PA, or Nurse Practitioner).

  4. National Athletic Trainers Association Code of Ethics

    The NATA code of ethics provides the membership with the principles for athletic training ethical behavior. NKU ATEP requires student adherence to these standards of professional practice. Violation of the code of ethics can result in a student’s suspension or expulsion from the NKU ATEP. Any violation will be assessed on an individual basis by the Athletic Training Curriculum Committee.

  5. General Performance Evaluation

    Students must earn a 2.5 average or higher on the end of rotation clinical education evaluations completed by their assigned preceptor. If student does not attain the minimum average score, they will be placed on probation for following semester and the student will be allowed to continue with the next clinical assignment. However, if the student’s general performance does not improve the minimum required score the student will be removed from the ATEP. Students wishing to return to the ATEP at a later date will be subject to the same admissions standards, student selection criteria, and must compete for available positions as if they were a new applicant.

You should also know:

  • Uniforms: Students are required to purchase uniforms and name tags as designated by the ATEP faculty. This uniform is required for all clinical assignments.
  • Primary Health Insurance: NKU ATEP students are required to have a primary health insurance policy throughout their enrollment in the NKU ATEP program. Students must provide proof of the policy annually.
  • Program fees: Program fees include the following:

    Laboratory fee: $40 assessed for ATP 280.

  • Additional fees:
    • A Criminal History Background Check must be purchased for $38 prior to enrolling in ATP 280.
    • Once admitted into the ATEP program, students are required to purchase Professional Liability Insurance annually.
    • Students are required to purchase the National Athletic Trainers' Association professional membership annually.
  • Physical examination: ATEP students are required to complete an annual physical examination to ensure their health and physical fitness will allow them to complete the duties required of an athletic trainer.
  • TB test: ATEP students are required to complete an annual TB skin test.
  • Hepatitis B vaccination: Hepatitis B vaccination is required for ATEP admission. The student is responsible for the cost.
  • BOC examination: Students are encouraged to complete the BOC examination, but it is not a requirement for graduation.

Bachelor of Science with a major in Athletic Training (clinical education program)

The Bachelor of Science in athletic training is a professional degree program with an integrated clinical education component. The coursework provides formal instruction aligned with the National Athletic Trainers’ Association educational competencies and clinical proficiencies. The program has an embedded focus in exercise science. Athletic training students do not need to complete a separate minor or focus for graduation.

The clinical practicum courses (ATP 366, ATP 367, ATP 466, ATP 467) provide students with an application of knowledge and skill in a real-world patient-care setting. Students are placed with an approved preceptor at a clinical site (on and off campus) that reflects the educational content specified in the clinical practicum course. Each practicum has required clinical hours as specified in the course description.

Each of the four practicum experiences has different educational goals, and only certain clinical sites offer the equipment and personnel to meet specific needs. NKU ATEP has a total number of approved preceptors and clinical sites that determines the number of students who can be placed in any given semester. Students with complete documentation will be placed first.

Students must inform the clinical coordinator no later than March 1 for the fall placement and no later than October 1 for a winter/spring placement.

All documentation listed under the admissions requirements is required for clinical placement. Several documents have expiration dates (i.e. CPR certification, first-aid certification, primary insurance, TB test). These documents or certifications are the responsibility of the student and must be provided prior to clinical placement.

A complete description of admission and clinical placement procedures is provided in the ATEP Policies and Procedures Manual which is available online .

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B.S. – Athletic Training (clinical education program)

Courses in Athletic Training

Credits

ATP 101

Concepts of Athletic Training

1

ATP 200

Medical History and Documentation

1

ATP 201

Goniometry, Range of Motion, and Manual Muscle Testing

1

ATP 280

Pre-Athletic Training

1

ATP 320

Emergency Care in Athletic Training

1

ATP 333

Lower Extremity Evaluation

2

ATP 333L

Lower Extremity Evaluation Laboratory

1

ATP 334

Upper Extremity Evaluation

2

ATP 334L

Upper Extremity Evaluation Laboratory

1

ATP 335

Head and Spine Evaluation

3

ATP 300

Equipment Intensive Field Experience

1

ATP 350

Athletic Training Junior Seminar

1

ATP 366

Athletic Training Clinical Practicum I

1

ATP 367

Athletic Training Clinical Practicum II

3

ATP 420

General Medical for Athletic Training

3

ATP 425

Therapeutic Modalities

3

ATP 425L

Therapeutic Modalities Laboratory

1

ATP 435

Administration of Athletic Healthcare

3

ATP 440

Rehabilitation of Athletic Injuries

3

ATP 440L

Rehabilitation of Athletic Injuries Laboratory

1

ATP 450

Senior Teaching Seminar

1

ATP 455

Current Issues in Athletic Training

3

ATP 466

Athletic Training Clinical Practicum III A

12

ATP 467

Athletic Training Clinical Practicum III B

1

Credits in Athletic Training

51

Courses in Other Disciplines

BIO 126

Human Nutrition

3

BIO 208/208L

Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Laboratory

4

BIO 209/209L

Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Laboratory

4

HEA 135

Safety and First Aid

3

KIN 200

Concepts of Lifetime Fitness

2

KIN 280

Basic Recognition and Care of Athletic Injuries

3

KIN 360

STA 205

Statistics and Measurements -- OR --

Introduction to Statistical Methods

STA 205 may count as a mathematics general education course.

3

 

 

 

KIN 370

Biomechanics

3

KIN 340

KIN 340L

Exercise Physiology and

Exercise Physiology Lab

4

KIN 260

Introduction to Strength and Conditioning

3

 

KIN 350

Psychology of Physical Activity

3

PSY 100

Introduction to Psychology

3

Select at least one 300-level KIN course from the following::

KIN 313

Computer Applications for Health and Kinesiology

 

KIN 320

Motor Learning and Performance

 

KIN 330

Motor Development

2-4

KIN 349

Exercise Prescription

 

KIN 380

Clinical Exercise Physiology

 

Elective

0-2

Credits in Other Disciplines

40-42

TOTAL CREDITS

91-93

Physical Education

Bachelor of Arts with a major in Physical Education (leading to P-12 teaching certification)

The physical education major prepares students to be effective physical education teachers at the elementary, middle, and secondary levels through a strong content and pedagogy curriculum. Students are well prepared to pass state certification exams and to apply for and achieve multi-state teaching certification. During each semester of the junior year and the first semester of the senior year, teacher candidates spend a minimum of 75 hours observing and teaching under the supervision of a certified physical education teacher and a university faculty member. During the final semester of the senior year, candidates complete a full semester of student teaching at both the elementary and secondary levels.

Those who enjoy sports and physical activity and would like to impact the lives of children and adolescents may find teaching physical education to be the ideal major. There continues to be a need for dedicated and effective physical education teachers in the schools, especially at a time when the percentage of children and adolescents who are obese in the United States is at an all-time high level. Within the next several years, the "baby boomers" who are currently teaching will be retiring, and the need for new teachers will increase dramatically. Students who graduate with a degree in physical education are also prepared to work with youth in community recreation, family fitness and sports centers, and to coach school and youth sports.

Students interested in majoring in physical education should first declare pre-physical education as a major and sign up to meet with an advisor in the College of Education and Human Services advising center and talk with a faculty member in the physical education program located in HC 104. To apply for admission to the teacher education program, students must:

  • Earn 60 hours of course credit with an overall GPA of a 2.75 or higher.
  • Earn a minimum score of 150 on the Praxis I mathematics exam; a minimum score of 162 on the writing exam; and a minimum score of 156 on the Praxis I reading exam.
  • Complete "CMST 101: Public Speaking" with a grade of B or better.
  • Complete "ENG 291: Advanced College Writing" with a grade of B or better.
  • Pass "EDU 104: Orientation: Education Profession/Program."

To continue into the next professional semester, students must:

  • Successfully complete each of the professional semester course requirements with a C or better.
  • Complete a portfolio with a MET rating, on Kentucky Initial Teaching Standards.

To be eligible to student teach, students must:

  • Successfully complete professional semesters I, II, and III.
  • Maintain a 2.75 or higher overall GPA.
  • Maintain a GPA of 2.75 or higher in the major core content courses and the professional education courses.

If a particular course has a prerequisite that is not listed as part of the major requirements, then the prerequisite is given in italics below the course for which it is a prerequisite. These prerequisites are not included in the program totals in the table below, but they must be completed IN ADDITION TO other program requirements.

It is recommended that physical education P-12 certification majors also minor in health education and apply for health education P-12 certification.

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B.A. – Physical Education leading to P-12 teaching certification

Courses in Kinesiology and Health

Credits

KIN 125

Introduction to Physical Education, Fitness, and Sport

3

HEA 135

Safety and First Aid

3

KIN 200

Concepts of Lifetime Fitness

2

KIN 313

Computer Applications for Health and Kinesiology

2

KIN 320

Motor Learning and Performance

3

KIN 330

Motor Development

3

KIN 370

Biomechanics

3

KIN 340 and

KIN 340L

Exercise Physiology and

Exercise Physiology Lab

4

KIN 360

Statistics and Measurement in Kinesiology

3

KIN 385

Sociological and Psychological Dimensions of Sport and Physical Activity

3

Credits in Kinesiology and Health

29

Courses in Physical Education

PHE 230

Motor Skill and Fitness Activities for Children

3

PHE 231

Dance and Rhythmic Activities

3

PHE 234

Team Sports

3

PHE 235

Individual and Dual Sports

3

PHE 310

Fitness Education for Children and Youth

3

PHE 319

Water Safety Instructor

3

PHE 470

Teaching Methods for Physical Education

4

PHE 490

Field Experiences in Elementary Physical Education

2

PHE 491

Field Experiences in Middle School and Secondary Physical Education

1

PHE 500

Adapted Physical Education

3

Credits in Physical Education

28

Courses in Other Disciplines

PSY 100

Introduction to Psychology

3

EDU 104

Orientation: Education Profession/Program

1

EDU 300

Human Growth and Development

3

EDU 304

 

EDU 530

Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum: Middle Grades -- OR --

Reading in Junior and Senior High School

3

EDU 305

Introduction to Education

2

EDU 311

Admission Field Experience Secondary

2

Students must apply for acceptance to the teacher education program during the semester of admission. Requirements for application: 2.75 or above overall GPA; PPST scores as stated in the teacher education section of the catalog.

EDU 496

Clinical Experience Secondary

12

BIO 208/208L

Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Laboratory

4

BIO 209/209L

Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Laboratory

4

Credits in Other Disciplines

31

TOTAL CREDITS

91

Bachelor of Arts with a major in Physical Education (non-certification track)

The physical education non-certification program prepares students to work with children and youth in YMCA community recreation centers, family fitness and sports centers, after school programs and summer camps. The program consists of courses in sports skills (individual, dual and team sports), biomechanics, exercise science, health education and other kinesiology related courses. The final course in the program is a 250-hour community-based internship that is affiliated with community centers, health clubs and YMCA's where students receive on the job training as part of their fieldwork experiences.

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B.A. – Physical Education – non-certification

Courses in Kinesiology and Health

Credits

KIN 125

Introduction to Physical Education, Fitness, and Sport

3

HEA 135

Safety and First Aid

3

KIN 200

Concepts of Lifetime Fitness

2

KIN 313

Computer Applications for Health and Kinesiology

2

KIN 320

Motor Learning and Performance

3

KIN 330

Motor Development

3

KIN 370

Biomechanics

3

KIN 340 and

KIN 340L

Exercise Physiology and

Exercise Physiology Lab

4

KIN 360

Statistics and Measurement in Kinesiology

3

KIN 385

Sociological and Psychological Dimensions of Sport and Physical Activity

3

KIN 450

Organization and Administration of Kinesiology and Athletics

3

Credits in Kinesiology and Health

32

Courses in Physical Education

PHE 230

Motor Skill and Fitness Activities for Children

3

PHE 231

Dance and Rhythmic Activities

3

PHE 234

Team Sports

3

PHE 235

Individual and Dual Sports

3

PHE 310

Fitness Education for Children and Youth

3

PHE 319

Water Safety Instructor

3

PHE 390

Practicum in Recreational Leadership

3

PHE 492

Internship in Recreational Leadership

12

PHE 500

Adapted Physical Education

3

Select approved electives in PHE, KIN, HEA, EDU

11

Credits in Physical Education

47

Courses in Other Disciplines

BIO 208/208L

Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Laboratory

4

BIO 209/209L

Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Laboratory

4

Credits in Other Disciplines

8

TOTAL CREDITS

87

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Undergraduate Catalog 2015-16

The Catalog

Catalog Changes

University Accreditation

About NKU

Program Offerings

Admissions and Enrollment

International Admissions and Enrollment

Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid

Academic Program Opportunities

University Policies and Procedures

Academic Support

Student Engagement

General Education

College of Arts and Sciences

Haile/U.S. Bank College of Business

College of Education and Human Services

College of Health Professions

College of Informatics

Pre-Professional and Interdisciplinary Programs

Course Descriptions

Course Description Notes

Accounting Courses (ACC)

Anthropology Courses (ANT)

Arabic Courses (ARI)

Art Courses (ART)

Astronomy Courses (AST)

Athletic Training Program Courses (ATP)

Biological Sciences Courses (BIO)

Business Informatics Courses (BIS)

Black Studies Courses (BLS)

Business Courses (BUS)

College of Arts and Sciences Courses (CAS)

Cooperative Education Courses (CEP)

Chemistry Courses (CHE)

Chinese Courses (CHI)

Cinema Studies Courses (CIN)

Computer Information Technology Courses (CIT)

Construction Management Courses (CMGT)

Communication Studies Courses (CMST)

Communication Courses (COM)

Counseling Courses (COU)

Computer Science Courses (CSC)

Career and Technical Education Courses (CTE)

Dance Courses (DAN)

Data Science Courses (DSC)

Economics Courses (ECO)

Education – Special Education Courses (EDS)

Education Courses (EDU)

Engineering Technology Courses (EGT)

Electronic Media and Broadcasting Courses (EMB)

English Courses (ENG)

English Developmental Courses (ENGD)

Entrepreneurship Courses (ENTP)

Environmental Science Courses (ENV)

Finance Courses (FIN)

Financial Literacy Courses (FLC)

French Courses (FRE)

Geography Courses (GEO)

German Courses (GER)

Geology Courses (GLY)

Health Education Courses (HEA)

Health Informatics Courses (HIN)

History Courses (HIS)

Honors Courses (HNR)

Human Resource Management Courses (HRM)

Health Science Courses (HSC)

Human Services/Mental Health Courses (HSR)

Informatics Courses (INF)

International Programs Courses (INTL)

Integrative Studies Courses (IST)

Italian Courses (ITA)

Journalism Courses (JOU)

Japanese Courses (JPN)

Criminal Justice Courses (JUS)

Kinesiology Courses (KIN)

Korean Courses (KOR)

Learning Assistance Program Courses (LAP)

Latin Courses (LAT)

Organizational Leadership Courses (LDR)

Library Informatics Courses (LIN)

Developmental Mathematics Courses (MAHD)

Mathematics Courses (MAT)

Medieval Studies Courses (MDS)

Management Courses (MGT)

Media Informatics Courses (MIN)

Marketing Courses (MKT)

Military Science Courses (MSC)

Music Courses (MUS)

Neuroscience Courses (NEU)

Nursing Registered Professional Courses (NRP)

Nursing Baccalaureate Courses (NRS)

Public Administration Courses (PAD)

Physical Education Courses (PHE)

Philosophy Courses (PHI)

Physics Courses (PHY)

Popular Culture Courses (POP)

Public Relations Courses (PRE)

Political Science Courses (PSC)

Psychology Courses (PSY)

Radiologic Science Courses (RAD)

Reading Workshop Courses (RDG)

Religious Studies Courses (REL)

Respiratory Care Courses (RSP)

Russian Courses (RUS)

Integrated Sciences Courses (SCI)

Sociology Courses (SOC)

Sports Business Courses (SPB)

Spanish Courses (SPI)

Statistics Courses (STA)

Social Work Courses (SWK)

Theatre Courses (TAR)

University Programs Courses (UNV)

Women's and Gender Studies Courses (WGS)

World Languages Courses (WLL)

University Administration

Faculty

Emeritus Faculty

Appendices

Kentucky Residency

Index