Kinesiology, BS & Epidemiology, MPH

for the degrees of Bachelor of Science Major in Kinesiology and Master of Public Health in Epidemiology


Department Website: http://www.kch.illinois.edu/

Department Faculty: Kinesiology & Community Health Faculty


College Catalog Page: Applied Health Sciences

College Website: http://www.ahs.illinois.edu/


Programs in Community Health and Kinesiology


Undergraduate Programs:

major: Community Health, BS

concentration: Community Health: Health Education & Promotion, BS

concentration: Community Health: Health Planning & Administration, BS

concentration: Community Health: Rehabilitation Studies, BS

major: Kinesiology, BS

concentration: Kinesiology: Teacher Certification, BS

minor: Kinesiology

minor: Disability Studies

joint degree: Community Health, BS and Public Health, MPH

joint degree: Community Health, BS and Epidemiology, MPH

joint degree: Kinesiology, BS and Public Health, MPH

joint degree: Kinesiology, BS and Epidemiology, MPH

joint degree: Interdisciplinary Health Sciences, BS & Epidemiology, MPH


Graduate Programs:

degree: Kinesiology, MS

degree: Kinesiology, PhD

degree: Community Health, MS

degree: Rehabilitation, MS

degree: Public Health, MPH

joint degree: Community Health, BS and Public Health, MPH

joint degree: Kinesiology, BS and Public Health, MPH


for the degrees of Bachelor of Science Major in Kinesiology and Master of Public Health in Epidemiology


Requirements Including General Education

The Kinesiology Program requires that General Education requirements must be selected from the Campus General Education course list. The prescribed courses prepare the student for upper division study and may be used to satisfy General Education requirements provided they are on the appropriate General Education list. Specifically required General Education courses are listed below.

Communication Arts
Composition I and an approved speech performance course; or CMN 111 and CMN 112 6-7
Advanced Composition (KIN 340 fulfills requirement)3
Quantitative Reasoning I & II
From the approved campus list (KIN 201 fulfills QRII requirement)6
Humanities and Arts
From the approved campus list 6
Behavioral and Social Sciences 1
KIN 140Social Sci of Human Movement (Social Science)3
KIN 259Motor Development and Control3
Natural Sciences
KIN 150Bioscience of Human Movement (Life Science)3
From the approved campus physical science list 3
Cultural Studies 2
From Western Cultures approved campus list 3
From Non-Western Cultures approved campus list 3
From U.S. Minority Cultures approved campus list3
Foreign language: Completion through the third level of the same language in high school or college
Anatomy
MCB 244
MCB 245
Human Anatomy & Physiology I
and Human Anat & Physiol Lab I
5
MCB 246
MCB 247
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
and Human Anat & Physiol Lab II
5
Kinesiology and Community Health Department Core
CHLH 101Introduction to Public Health3
KIN 122Physical Activity and Health3
Kinesiology Core Requirements
KIN 125Orientation KIN & Comm Health1
KIN 140Social Sci of Human Movement 33
KIN 150Bioscience of Human Movement 33
KIN 201Physical Activity Research Methods 33
KIN 259Motor Development and Control 33
KIN 340Social & Psychological Aspects of Physical Activity 33
KIN 352Bioenergetics of Movement3
KIN 355Biomechanics of Human Movement3

Kinesiology Program Guided Electives

Elective Kinesiology Courses
All courses must be at the 200, 300, or 400 level. At least six or more hours must be at the 400 level (at least 12 hours).12
Correlate Area Studies
Students select a standardized correlate that will prepare them for further education toward their career goals (at least 18 hours).18

Summary of Degree Requirements

General Education and supporting coursework 49
Kinesiology and Community Health Department Core 6
Kinesiology Core22
Elective Kinesiology courses 12
Correlate Area 18
Free electives 21
Total Hours128

Course List

for the Epidemiology, MPH

CHLH 410Public Health Practice4
CHLH 469Environmental Health3 or 4
CHLH 550Health Policy: United States4
CHLH 568Computer Packages in Health Research2
CHLH 572Principles of Epidemiology4
CHLH 573Biostatistics in Public Health4
CHLH 576Analytical Epidemiology4
CHLH 578Applied Epidemiology4
CHLH 581Professionalism in Public Health (2 semesters)2
CHLH 582Advanced Biostatistics4
CHLH 587MPH Applied Practice Experience4
CHLH 589MPH Integrative Learning Experience2
Electives 2 courses, 3-4 hours each8
Total Hours(minimum required)48

Other Requirements

Required Courses: Required Hours
Minimum 500-level hours Required Overall: 12 (8 within the unit)
Minimum GPA 3.0