A certificate in women’s health (12 credit hours) is available for those wishing to specialize in research issues, trends, and physiological concerns of women across the female lifespan. Students must earn a grade of "C" or higher in this specialty. Students will receive a certificate of completion upon completing all coursework in this specialty area. These courses may be considered as part of a student’s outside supporting field in the doctoral program.
|KIN 781||Issues Specific to Women's Health||3|
|KIN 782||Psychosocial Issues in Women's Health||3|
|KIN 783||Sports Medicine for the Female Athlete||3|
|KIN 784||Advance Neurological Mechanisms of Metabolism and Weight Regulation||3|
|Total Credit Hours||12|