Students are collaboratively advised by staff and faculty in the School’s central advising services and in the department. Upon formal admission to the program, advising about the major will be provided by the Department of Kinesiology. Students will utilize the School of Education advisors in Education Academic Services as their first and primary point of contact regarding major declaration and fulfillment of the university’s general and liberal studies requirements. Departmental advisors provide more in-depth knowledge of the major and of courses offered by the department.
- Students not yet declared in Exercise and Movement Science meet with advising staff in Education Academic Services (EAS) and/or the Office of Undergraduate Recruitment and Retention (OURR).
- Students who have declared are also advised by staff and faculty in the Department of Kinesiology.
- Students who plan to pursue graduate studies are encouraged to connect with the Center for Pre-Health Advising and other campus resources specific to their interest.
Morgan Shields, Ph.D.
PROGRAM COORDINATOR | FACULTY ASSOCIATE