Athletic Training 3+2 Integrated Program (KATP)
The 3+2 program designed for the student to earn an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology, as well as complete the prerequisites for the Master of Athletic Training program. After acceptance into the "professional" phase of the program, the student will begin graduate level classes during the summer prior to their fourth year. The Bachelor’s degree will be awarded after the completion of the fourth year. The master’s degree will be awarded upon successful completion of the fifth year.
Health Promotion (KNHP)
Kinesiology professionals may choose to seek careers in private, corporate, or wellness related programs. Students will be given the opportunity to pursue certification as personal trainers.
Kinesiology Generalist (KGEN)
This concentration allows students the flexibility to obtain academic preparation inclusive of laboratory and practical experiences necessary to enter medical school or graduate programs in allied health, exercise physiology, and associated fields. The natural flexibility furthermore serves to accommodate academic preparation for entrance into Occupational and Physical Therapy, Chiropractic, and Physician Assistant programs.
Pre-Occupational Therapy (KNOT)
Students who wish to pursue professional graduate programs in Occupational Therapy must complete all of the prerequisites for entry into those programs. The KNOT concentration provides all of the prerequisites in addition to key Kinesiology courses designed to enhance the chances of success in graduate school. A minimum GPA of 3.2 is required for acceptance into and remaining in the KNOT degree concentration.
Pre-Physical Therapy (KNPT)
Students who wish to pursue professional graduate programs in Physical Therapy must complete all of the prerequisites for entry into those programs. The KNPT concentration provides all of the prerequisites in addition to key Kinesiology courses designed to enhance the chances of success in graduate school. A minimum GPA of 3.2 is required for acceptance into and remaining in the KNPT degree concentration.
Sport and Recreation Management (KSRM)
Students who desire careers in recreation settings, such as camps, YMCA, YWCA, or city recreation programs, or those who wish to work in intramural or athletic administration or marketing may register for the KSRM degree. The concentration allows a number of electives that may be used to focus on a specific career goal. A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required for acceptance into and remaining in the KSRM degree concentration.
Athletic Training 3+2
Sport and Recreation Management
*Based on track selection
University Requirements: 56 credit hours + Major Requirements: 54-66 credit hours (Choice of 6 tracks) + Electives: 6-16 credit hours = Total Required: 128 credit hours*
Clinical Exercise Physiology I & II
Kinesiology and Nutrition
National Candidates: May 1st
Early Action: November 1st
Regular: February 1st