The Department of Kinesiology, through its university and community-based programs, provides a unique blending of physical, mental and emotional/social dimensions of learning. This unique blend provides our students with an opportunity to become responsible and knowledgeable individuals for addressing society's problems and enriching life.
The Department offers a Bachelor of Science degree with two concentrations of study (Physical Education and Exercise Science), a Master of Science with two concentrations of study (Exercise Science and Movement Studies), and a Personal Trainer/Strength and Conditioning Certificate.
Kinesiology Internship Sites
The following is a list of KINS approved internship sites and University approved internship and service learning sitesthat have a contract with the university. You are limited to only the sites on this list. On-campus sites such as the WELL and the Athletic Training rooms do not need additional authorization.
If you would like to use a site that is not on the approved internship site list, you must inform your faculty advisor and the Community Engagement Center one semester prior to the semester you are seeking to enroll. There is no guarantee that a site will agree to the contract, or that the University Procurement Contract Office will approve an individual site. Please see your faculty advisor for more information.