What can students earn?
Undergraduates majoring in Kinesiology may earn a B.S. degree in Kinesiology or a B.S. dual degree with majors in nutrition and exercise science. Many students leverage this degree to enter graduate and professional schools in preparation for careers in exercise physiology, exercise behavioral science, physical therapy, pharmacy, medicine, dietetics, biomechanics, exercise and sport psychology, and other related fields.
See our Undergraduate Curriculum (.doc) for course content.
Other advanced options for exceptional undergraduates include the Concurrent B.S./M.S. in Kinesiology or Concurrent B.S. in Kinesiology/Masters in Public Health.
- Health Science Pre-Professional (pdf)
- Physical Activity and Health Promotion (pdf)
- Applied Exercise (pdf)
What are the opportunities with a Kinesiology degree?
Meet Mia Taylor, undergraduate student in Kinesiology, working with Dr. Emily Mailey in the Physical Activity Intervention Research Lab. Mia highlights how her laboratory experience will impact her career path and how it has set her apart in her classes.