The program of study leading to the B.S. degree examines the science of human movement. Kinesiology & Health Sciences graduates with a B.S. degree enter a variety of careers and graduate programs including medical school, physician assistant, physical and occupational therapy, speech therapy, nurse practitioner, athletic training, other allied health professions, and sports and exercise related fields.
Candidates declaring for the B.S. degree during Fall 2014 or after, must complete three additional courses in computer science, mathematics, biology, chemistry, geology or physics. This is in addition to satisfying GER 1 and 2.
The B.S. in Kinesiology & Health Sciences:
Students receiving a B.S. degree in Kinesiology & Health Sciences must pass the following required courses:
- KINE 303 Human Anatomy
- KINE 304 Human Physiology (GER2B)
- KINE 394 Statistics and Evaluation (GER 1) (or any introductory statistics course, but doesn't count toward the KNHS major)
- One major writing course
The remaining credits for the 34 total required must be taken from the list of courses.
Not all courses are available every semester. Please check the course schedule for the most updated listing of courses.