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Minor in Kinesiology
In addition to the other academic programs, the Department of Kinesiology offers a minor. Undergraduate students may pursue a minor in kinesiology.
Requirements for Admission to the Minor
A minor can be declared after you attain third-semester classification or after you have been accepted into a major.
Have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00.
Minors can be declared using LionPath, Update Academics.
Required (6-7 credits), and Supporting (12 credits) Courses are listed in the University Bulletin.
Some Kinesiology courses have enrollment controls. If you have declared Kinesiology as a minor and cannot enroll in a necessary course, please contact Lynne Bechdel, Undergraduate Student Services Administrative Support Assistant.