Degree Program Overview

The curriculum of the Bachelor of Science in kinesiology integrates the physiological, bio-mechanical, and psycho-social bases of movement. Students develop their own movement skills which transition into a focus on movement analysis, physiological function, and skill assessment. Students finish the program with strong theoretical and problem solving skills based on a comprehensive knowledge of movement and exercise science.

Internships

Students pursuing either exercise science concentration complete a professionally supervised 6-credit, 400-hour internship.

Concentrations

The applied exercise science concentration will prepare you for a career in corporate and commercial fitness. This is also the pre-occupational therapy degree.

The clinical exercise science concentration focuses on clinical and research settings. This is also the pre-physical therapy, chiropractic, or occupational therapy degree.

The kinesiology-generalist concentration provides students with training in general movement and sports science. Students can select from a wide variety of minors with this concentration.

Students pursuing physical education teacher education (PETE) will minor in secondary education and an additional content area that is taught in public schools.

Careers in Kinesiology

  • Commercial Fitness
  • Hospital Wellness
  • Teaching
  • Fitness Instructors
  • Athletic Trainers

Or continue your education with a graduate degree.

Program Breakdown

Brief breakdown of the type, or types, of degree(s) available, their length, available enrollment, and estimated cost.
Category Degree Summary
Catalog Entry Bachelor of Science
Length 120 Credit Hours
Enrollment Fall, Spring, Summer
Tuition/Costs Rates Per Semester

View the Kinesiology BS brochure (.pdf)

Undergraduate Application Deadlines

  • Fall: August 1
  • Spring: December 1
  • Summer I: May 15
  • Summer II: June 15