Kinesiology Enrollment Guide
With UVA summer orientation coming up, there’s a lot you can do to prepare. One of the biggest things you will do while on Grounds is enroll in your first semester of classes.
How To Prepare
We will also have loaner laptops for students to use. You will be directed to connect to the UVA secure WIFI for your laptop and other devices.
The more prepared you are before you come, the more likely that you will get into your top choice courses. Another reason to bring your own laptop or mobile device, if possible.
Things To Consider
Have you reviewed the plan of study for Kinesiology?
Did you mail in your final high school transcripts and any transfer/dual enrollment transcripts to UVA’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions?
Do you know which courses you will receive AP or dual enrollment credit for?
Dual Enrollment/Transfer Credit
Area Requirement Suggestions
AAS courses; except AAS literature courses
AMEL 3001, AMEL 3002
AMST Classes (except AMST 2300)
ANTH; except some foreign language courses offered as ANTH
ECON (except ECON 3720, 4720)
ETP 3860 and ETP 4810
EVSC 2030 and EVSC 4030
Linguistics; 2000-level or above
Politics; except Political Theory
PSYC (except PSYC 2200, PSYC 3210 and PSYC 4200)
SOC (except SOC 2600)
Women, Gender and Sexuality (WGS; formerly SWAG)
Comparative Literature (CPLT)
East Asian Language and Cultures (EALC)
East Asian Studies (EAST)
English (except all ENWR and ENCW classes)
Foreign Literature [East Asian Languages, Literatures and Cultures (except CHIN 1010-2060, JAPN 1010-2020, KOR 1010-2020, and TBTN 1010-2020), French, German, Middle Eastern and South Asian Languages and Cultures (except ARAB 1010-2020, 2250, 2260, 3230/5230, and 3240/5240), Slavic Languages and Literatures, and Spanish (except SPAN 3040, 4705, 4050 and 4713), Italian, and Portuguese courses in translation, and all foreign language courses above the 2020 level (except PORT 2120, which satisfies the foreign language requirement)].
Middle Eastern Studies (MESA)
South Asian Studies (SAST; except SAST 2700)
South Asian Literature in Translation (SATR)
Art History (ARTH)
Studio Art (ARTS; not ARTS 2070)
DANC 1400 and DANC 3400 (only)
English (ENCW only if not used for the first writing requirement)
Music (MUSI ONLY, except MUSI 1600, 1620, 2600, 3600; MUBN, MUEN AND MUPF courses do NOT fill this requirement)
MDST 2000, 3050, 3100
Architectural History (AR H) 1000, 1010, 1020, 1700, 3102, 3701, and 3203
Architecture (ARCH) 1010
Political Theory (PLPT)