Pretty easy, overall.
I didn't care for the class, but as a kinesiology major I am focused more on the physiological side than on the behavioral side. It is, however, required to graduate from KSU with a BS in Kinesiology. The lab will consist of the bulk of the work for the class, as there are 3 group projects worth a total of 150 points.
I gained a thorough understanding of the social and behavioral determinants of physical activity.
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
You'll need to study the most for Mary McElroy's exam. The entire exam consists of short answer questions that total 100 points. I studied for it, however, and received a 98, so it is doable. Additionally, pick a solid group for your projects and get ahead of the game; don't procrastinate! And attend EVERY lab. You get 10 points of participation per lab just for being there. In a 5 credit class, you want the A.