This program was designed to develop an interface between Exercise Physiology and Nutrition Science.
|KIN 634||Integrative and Functional Nutrition||3|
|KIN 638||Nutrition during the Lifecycle||3|
|KIN 639||Dietary Supplements and Human Performance||3|
|KIN 645||Therapeutic Lifestyle to Combat Chronic Disease||3|
|KIN 650||Nutritional Biochemistry||3|
|KIN 669||The Foundations of Exercise Programming||3|
|KIN 677||Advanced Nutrition for Health and Fitness||3|
|KIN 679||Principles of Exercise Prescription/Assessment: Cardiovascular||3|
|KIN 784||Energetics of Obesity||3|
|Choose 3 Courses (9 Credits) From the Following Electives||9|
|Food Science and Management Principles 1|
|Medical Nutrition Therapy 1|
|Professional Training and Counseling for Integrative Health 1|
|Advanced Programming for Endurance Athletes|
|Neurological Mechanisms of Weight Regulation|
|Kinesiology Practicum 2|
|Total Credit Hours||36|
Required for Florida Licensed Dietitian/Nutritionist eligibility. Additionally, the State requires 900 hours of practicum experience, which can be taken outside the program.
KIN 800 can be taken for additional practicum credit, ranging from 1-3 credits depending on the activity, research, or practicum experience.
Students can transfer up to 9 graduate credits into the 36-credit hour program. University of Miami Exercise Physiology bachelor degree students can transfer 6 graduate credits (taken their senior year) and can waive KIN 645 and KIN 677, to complete the program in 1 year.