The Department of Kinesiology offers three Bachelor of Science degree program options:
- B.S. AT – Athletic Training
- B.S. Kinesiology
- Option: Exercise and Movement Science
- Option: Physical Education Teacher Preparation (admitted before Fall 2014)
- B.S. PE – Physical Education Teacher Education (admitted after Fall 2014)
- B.S. Health Promotion and Health Equity
The Department of Kinesiology also offers a certificate option in Promoting Activities for Diverse Abilities.
Check back in Fall for more information about the new certificate in Athletic Healthcare.
Students with degrees in Kinesiology often pursue graduate study in Kinesiology or further professional training in the applied health sciences or explore graduate studies in a wide variety of fields in biological science, sociological science, engineering and education.
The Department of Kinesiology also offers courses that focus on activity and wellness as well as programming in Adapted Fitness and Personal Training.
Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page to find additional information. These topics are for students who are currently enrolled as Kinesiology Majors.
Exercise and Movement Science students can review how the enrollment process works, and site descriptions on our Practicum Information page.
If you are a new student, pre-kines major, or non major looking for additional information, please review our degree options above, or contact our advising office. The application process is handled solely by the School of Education. Information on applying to our program and application materials can be found on their Apply to a Program page.
To establish a tradition of excellence in developing independent and critical thinkers through effective instruction and active learning experiences in the theoretical and applied aspects of research in Kinesiology. The ultimate goal is to prepare future leaders who meet the needs of society in health, physical activity, exercise and movement.