KINE-493 Observational Field Experience in Exerice Science and Allied Health Professions
Students interested in taking the Observational Field Experience in Exercise Science and Allied Health Professions (KINE-493) need to complete the agreement form prior to seeking department permission to enroll. More information, including possible sites to complete the field experience at.
The department of Kinesiology offers a Fitness Testing field experience where students perform a variety of fitness tests on students. If you are interested in this field experience, please fill out the Fitness Internship Application and return it by the due date on the application. Direct any questions or concerns to Dr. Dabbs, email@example.com or Dr. Jason Ng, firstname.lastname@example.org.
An additional resource to assist students find sites for field experience, please visit Premier Health and Fitness Resources website at www.phfr.com.
Human Performance Lab HP-119
The Department of Kinesiology's Human Performance Lab has a YouTube channel that offers Kinesiology majors a look behind the scenes of our state of the art exercise physiology equipment which is possibly one of the most complete and up to date labs on the West Coast. For questions regarding these videos or the laboratory in general please send an email to email@example.com or comment on the particular video.
The CSU, Chico Adapted Physical Education Program is pleased to announce a new APE grant: Training & Research for Autism & Collaboration in Kinesiology, the APE TRACK Grant. Students pursuing an APE Specialist Credential or a Master's degree in Adapted Physical Activity may apple. Visit www.csuchico.edu/ape to apply now!
Kinesiology pedagogy majors may find the following link to a YouTube video helpful and informative: Making the Most of Physical Education.
Allied Health Professions and Exercise Science Majors
Kinesiology allied health professions and exercise science majors may find the following link to a YouTube dance video that was created by one of our part time lecturer's, Jim Clover, to emphasize how to land properly for female athletes. Could be used as a warmup for such sports as soccer, basketball or volleyball: Pop Goes the ACL.
CoyoteCareers is a Title V funded program designed to give CSUSB students the tools they need to be competitive in today's job market. Offering free tutoring for math, science and select foreign language, career workshops to help you get the edge, paid internships for real-life work experience, and networking with successful alumni in your field.
Career Development Center
The mission of the Career Development Center is to support the academic purpose of the University by providing comprehensive career services which result in a successful culmination of the educational experience. Further, our goal is to integrate the campus and the community for the advancement of student learning and career success. Therefore, the Career Development Center offers programs that meet the career/life challenges of those we serve.
The Learning Center is located in University Hall, Room 351 and provides a variety of free academic support programs for CSUSB students. These include tutoring for many undergraduate courses, use of computers (IBM and Macintosh) with pay printing, and general study aids. In addition, testing-during limited hours and with the approval of the professor- is administered for students who need make-up exams, students enrolled in self-paced courses, and for those taking challenge exams. More information may be found by calling the Learning Center at (909) 537-5038.
John Pfau Library
The John Pfau Library is the campus hub for knowledge, research, and technology. Striving to motivate and empower people to be life-long learners and thinkers in support of the enrichment of the campus and surrounding community while supporting the university's mission.
The CSUSB Writing Center, sponsored by the University's Division of Undergraduate Studies, conducts more than 10,000 one-to-one student writing conferences and facilitates workshops with faculty members in a variety of campus classrooms. Many students come to work on papers for composition courses; however, a large number come from a wide variety of courses across the university. Many of the 25-30 student writing consultants are graduate students in the M.A. in English Composition program, while others are graduate and undergraduate students from disciplines across campus. The director is an English Department faculty member. If you have any questions, then please visit them in UH 387 or email them at WritingCenter@csusb.edu.
Student Survival Guide
The CSUSB Student Survival Guide can help with various issues including jobs, financial aid, campus life, health, conflict resolution and many more.
University academic resources provides links to various departments at CSUSB.
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NSCA Education Recognition Program (ERP)
The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) officially recognizes California State University, San Bernardino's strength and conditioning program.The ERP flyer provides additional information for those students looking to take the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and/or the National Strength and Conditioning Association-Certified Personal Trainer (NSCA-CPT) exams.
Certificate Program in Healthcare Spanish
The Certificate Program in Healthcare Spanish is a program to develop specialized Spanish proficiency at an intermediate level or higher, while reviewing and broadening the grammar foundation attained in elementary Spanish. The Certificate Program will stress the development of linguistic, cultural, and behavioral demeanors appropriate for successful communication with persons of Hispanic heritage in a professional situation.