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Kinesiology

Offered: On Campus Apply

The mission of the department of kinesiology is to equip students to become leaders capable of impacting the world for Christ. The programs prepare competent professionals through personalized education in the classroom, research and field-based experiences. The goal of the department is to develop independent, critical thinkers who possess an interdisciplinary education with an in-depth understanding of kinesiology.

Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology - Health and Human Performance

The combination of course work and practical experience positions students for continued study at the graduate level in Kinesiology or for entry level positions in the health, fitness and sport industry. The health and human performance concentration is designed for those interested in helping others achieve greater levels of overall health, fitness and sport performance through a focus on lifestyle choices.

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Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology - Pre-Health Professions

The pre-health professions concentration prepares students for continued study at the graduate level in a variety of health professions. Professions such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, athletic training, physician assistant, chiropractor and medical professions require post-baccalaureate degree preparation. An undergraduate major in kinesiology provides a broad base of knowledge and hands-on experiences to prepare students for continued studies.

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Kinesiology Minor

The minor in Kinesiology equips students with an interdisciplinary education and in-depth understanding of kinesiology.

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Meet Our Faculty & Staff

Brandon Antonissen

Brandon Antonissen

Adjunct
Diana Avans, PhD

Diana Avans, PhD

Associate Dean of the Division of Natural, Physical and Health Sciences, Professor of Kinesiology

Nicolas Berger

Nicolas Berger

Adjunct Faculty
Alyssa Helmrich

Alyssa Helmrich

Student Success Coordinator
Paul Hwang, PhD

Paul Hwang, PhD

Assistant Professor of Kinesiology
Stephen Kelly

Stephen Kelly

Adjunct
Tim Lukei

Tim Lukei

Adjunct Faculty
Ambia Phelan

Ambia Phelan

Adjunct

Antoinette Pitchford

Antoinette Pitchford

Adjunct
Robert Salatto, PhD

Robert Salatto, PhD

Assistant Professor of Kinesiology
Terry Zeigler, EdD

Terry Zeigler, EdD

Professor of Kinesiology

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