The department offers two areas of study towards a Bachelor of Arts degree: Sport & Recreation Management and Health & Human Performance.
Sport & Recreation Management
This emphasis serves students interested in leadership roles in the fields of sport, fitness, and athletics. Students in the Sport and Recreation Management track are required to complete the following coursework:
- Lower Division
Kinesiology 2, 10, 12, 15, 20, three different Kinesiology activity classes, Accounting 1, and Economics 3.
- Upper Division
Kinesiology 105, 108, 111, 112, 114, and Business Administration 120, 124, 131.
For additional information, please view our Sport and Recreation Management Course Summary.
Health & Human Performance
This emphasis is an individual course of study constructed to meet the needs of students with varied career and graduate school goals, e.g., sports medicine, exercise physiology, health education or community health. Interdisciplinary coursework is designed in consultation with a faculty advisor to meet the individual interests of the student. Students in the Health and Human Performance track are required to complete the following coursework:
- Lower Division
Kinesiology 10, 15. Biology 10/11, 13/14, 25/26, and Chemistry 2/3.
- Upper Division*
Kinesiology 110 and 110L, and one of the following: Kinesiology 106, 111, 112 or 114.
For additional information, please view our Health and Human Performance Course Summary.
*A minimum of 7 additional upper division courses are required. These courses are selected from the offerings of the Department of Kinesiology and the relevant offerings of other academic units such as: Anthropology, Biology, Chemistry, Communication, Psychology, and Sociology. Coursework samples are available from the Department of Kinesiology.
A minimum 2.0 GPA within the major is required for graduation. Any course listed by the department with a prerequisite assumes a grade of C- or better in the prerequisite course. Students may not transfer more than 2 upper division courses from another institution for credit in the Kinesiology major. Online courses are generally not accepted for credit in this major.