Studio West, Room 138
John Cottone (Chair), Jeff Bauer, Timothy Bryant, Phil Buckenmeyer, Julie Cavallario, Sonya Comins, Alyson Dearie, Patrick Donnelly, Joy Hendrick, Jim Hokanson, Wendy Hurley, Yomee Lee, Kristin Luther, Peter McGinnis, Steve Meyer, Katherine Polasek, Susan Rayl, Brian Richardson.
For a listing of adjunct faculty see the Faculty and Administration section.
Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training
Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology: Exercise Science, Sport Studies or Coaching
Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology: Fitness Development
The B.S. programs are designed to increase general knowledge of the broad field of kinesiology and to prepare students for a wide variety of professions related to physical activity and sport. Future programs will be directed toward the study of the science and culture of exercise, sport and human movement.
In all programs, professional preparation is enhanced by the development of concentrations and minors that allow some specialization for those students who already have an interest in a specific aspect of kinesiology. Some programs include theory and activity courses while others involve practical internship experience and clinical experience. Elective hours may also be used to enroll in a study abroad program.
Study abroad in England, Germany and Australia
- Degree Requirements listed here apply to the majors offered by this department.
- Liberal Arts Requirements:
B.A. – 90 credit hours
B.S. in Athletic Training – 60 credit hours
B.S. in Kinesiology – 75 credit hours
B.S. in Kinesiology: Fitness – 75 credit hours