You will be invited to graduate online when you have completed 90 units. If you think you should have been invited to graduate, but have not, contact your faculty advisor. Be sure that your major (Academic Plan) is Kinesiology, the concentration is Exercise Science, and the emphasis (Academic Subplan) is Clinical Exercise and Rehabilitation. The assigned faculty advisor will review your graduation application major information. Contact your faculty advisor with any questions about how to enter substitutions. If any changes in coursework are made after your graduation application has been submitted, you must fill out a "Major/Minor Course Substitution and Waiver Form", have it signed by your advisor, the department chair and then submitted to the Student Counter in Lassen Hall.
The Clinical Exercise and Rehabilitation track is a subplan or emphasis of the Exercise Science concentration within the Kinesiology major. Throughout the semester, there will be advising sessions for continuing students interested in adding a concentration or changing their concentration to Clinical Exercise and Rehabilitation or Health Fitness/Strength Conditioning; along with transfer students who are new to the major.
The Clinical Exercise and Rehabilitation emphasis provides students with in-depth science-based course work which meets the prerequisite requirements for most Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and other health related professional preparation programs. Admission to professional preparation programs is competitive and it is critical that students work closely with an assigned advisor to plan course work.
■ Explaining and implementing the general exercise rehabilitation guidelines and exercise prescription for a variety of common conditions related to the hip, knee and ankle
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