Learning Outcomes

Department of Kinesiology undergraduates will be able to demonstrate:
  • a knowledge of the field's subdisciplines, their theoretical and knowledge bases, and major research foci and implications;
  • the ability to analyze, interpret, synthesize and integrate scholarly material; 
  • critical thinking through high level written and verbal communication; 
  • knowledge of the human body and its relevance to physical activity and health; 
  • knowledge of and ability to effectively utilize contemporary information literacy practices;
  • the ability to engage in cogent, in-depth dialogue concerning the value of the field to contemporary society through analyses of historical and current issues and problems; 
  • professional decision making skills grounded in sound philosophical and theoretical principles; and
  • an understanding and respect for the value of individuals, communities, and perspectives of difference.