Kinesiology Courses

KINES 350 - Structure and function of the human body as applied to health, wellness, exercise, and sports. The course has two primary goals: First, students develop an understanding of the physiological adaptations that occur during and after endurance and resistance exercise. Second, students improve their comprehension of the differences between the acute exercise response and the changes that occur with chronic physical activity (exercise training).

Contact Information:

Primary contact - John Correll
Cocurricular Programs Coordinator
Office Location: 212B Boucke
814-865-6779 or

Secondary contact - Annette Threeton
Mathematics Cocurricular Coordinator
Office Location: 212 Boucke
814-863-8183 or

Dr. Brendaly Drayton
Scholar in Residence, Guided Study Groups @ Penn State Learning
Office: 212A Boucke
Phone: (814) 863-6313/Email:

Student Services Associate – Andrew Davidson


Subject Sessions

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