Department of Kinesiology Advisement
Advising is mandatory once a year, and the hold is placed in the spring quarter - prior to the start of fall registration. You do not need to wait until the hold is in place to see your advisor. Speaking with an advisor any time during the academic year will clear the hold in spring. For advising over the summer 2012 quarter, please contact our Peer Advising Coordinator, Erika Hernandez, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 909/537-5384. In October, 2012 a new list will be posted on the web to find your assigned advisor and their corresponding office hours for fall 2012 quarter.
If you need additional assistance, please visit our Peer Advising Center. Located in HP-235, the peer advising center is also available for all kinesiology majors who seek help with registering for courses and general advising.
Below are a list of advising sheets for the 2011/2012 bulletin year. To view prior year advising sheets, please contact us.
- Pre-Physical Therapy Advising Sheet
- Exercise Science Advising Sheet
- Pre-Physical Therapy & Exercise Science Advising Sheet
- Pedagogy Advising Sheet
- Pedagogy with Adapted Physical Education Advising Sheet
- Adapted Physical Education Advising Sheet
Kinesiology’s Pre-Physical Therapy (PPT) Concentration - Impacted beginning FALL 2011
A student with an interest in the PPT concentration should declare Kinesiology as her/his major and register as “Core Prep Pre PT Concentration” until the criteria (listed below) are met. A program code will appear on a student’s PAWS statement and it will read “KCPP-BS.” This means that while qualified students will receive admission to the university as a "Kinesiology" major, students interested in the PPT concentration must complete the following criteria before s/he is admitted into the concentration.
Review of applications for Fall quarter classes as a Kinesiology major with a PPT concentration will begin on March 1 and end May 1 of each academic year. For admission to the PPT concentration a student majoring in Kinesiology must:
- Earn a minimum of 3.2 cumulative GPA for all college/university coursework;
- Complete the following courses and earn a 3.2 GPA overall in the following courses, with no grade lower than a "B-" (2.7 GPA) in any of the courses listed below:
- General Education category E1. The Whole Person - Physical and Physiological Issues
- General Education category E3. Physical Education
- BIOL 100. Topics in Biology
- BIOL 223. Human Anatomy and Physiology I
- BIOL 224. Human Anatomy and Physiology II
- CHEM 215. General Chemistry I: Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding
- KINE 210. Introduction to Kinesiology
- KINE 370. Measurement and Statistics in Kinesiology
- KINE 325. Motor Development Across the Lifespan
- MATH 192. Methods of Calculus
- PSYC 100. Introduction to Psychology
And one of the following two courses:
- PHYS 121. Basic Concepts of Physics
- PHYS 221. General Physics I
Once admitted to the university, if you have not met the supplemental admission criteria above, you can enroll in the classes listed above and upon completion of those courses, you may apply to the Kinesiology PPT concentration.