College of Science

Undergraduate Program

We have the following three options in our undergraduate program from which to choose, and three tracks within our graduate program

Undergraduate Program

OPTIONS: Pedagogy | Exercise Science | Health Promotion

Student Learning Outcomes:

Upon graduation, all students in the Undergraduate Program will demonstrate measurable competencies in the following areas:

  1. Students will gain knowledge of the history and broad content within the disciplines of kinesiology and health promotion and develop skills to enable the synthesis of concepts within and across disciplines.
  2. Students will develop communication skills (oral and written), interpersonal skills, critical thinking skills, technological skills, and reflective skills necessary to enhance scholarly pursuits and become lifelong learners within the disciplines of kinesiology and health promotion.
  3. Students will perform basic motor skills and patterns and apply a variety of concepts, theories, and methods common to kinesiology and health promotion and become equipped with the skills necessary to bridge the gap between theory and practice.
  4. Students will utilize statistical and measurement concepts (qualitative and quantitative) to assess student/client performance and program effectiveness
  5. Students will demonstrate professional and ethical decision making skills and civic responsibility when applying knowledge of kinesiology and health promotion.

View complete KHP Department Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Plans and Reports


Single Subject Physical Education - Physical education teacher who works with adolescents in the middle or high school setting

Exercise Science

Clinical Health Science - Preparation for graduate studies in physical therapy, occupational therapy, physician assistant, chiropractic, dentistry, etc.

Pre-Health Advising Charts

Health Promotion

Worksite Health Promotion - Wellness professional who works with employees in a corporate setting

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