Physical Education and Sport, BS
Physical Education and Sport/Exercise Science, BS
Physical Education and Sport/Sport Administration, BS
Physical Education and Sport/Pre-Athletic Training, BS
Athletic Training, BS
Health and Physical Education/Community Health Education, BSEd
Health and Physical Education/Recreation and Leisure, BSEd
Health and Physical Education/K-12 Teacher Education, BSEd
Sports Management Minor
Community Health Minor
Driver Education Certification
Athletic Coaching Certification
Sports Science/Sport Management Track, MS
Sports Science/Exercise Science Track, MS
Sports Science/Sport Studies Track, MS
Athletic Training, MS
Health and Physical Education, MEd
The Kinesiology, Health, and Sport Science Department is a diverse and interdisciplinary department that offers multiple nationally accredited programs of study designed to promote lifetime health, fitness, and physical activity across the lifespan.
Curriculum requirements are specific to each program of study and include opportunities for student-centered learning and “hands-on” practical experiences. Students learn and apply their skills using up-to-date technology in the classroom and clinical settings. Classes are taught by outstanding faculty members who are active in research and service to their academic disciplines and who are committed to student professional development.
Graduates are prepared to assume leadership roles in a variety of occupational settings, including educational, corporate, medical, and community sites.
When you make a gift in support of our department, you invest in the world's next generation of leaders. Scholarships and program support create the best possible student experience.
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