The Movement Arts, Health Promotion, and Leisure Studies department is full of opportunities for people interested in people!
Would you like to be an athletic trainer who helps keep athletes fit and helps their recovery from occasional injuries? Would you like to provide leadership in the competitive arena as a coach of an athletic team? Would you like to help people with strength and conditioning? Would you like to know how to to monitor fitness parameters in rehabilitation settings or help people with fitness training by being a personal trainer? Would you like to teach physical education to students in kindergarten through high school? Would you like to know more about improving public health or possibly teach health education? Are you interested in a career helping people through motor development therapy and adapted physical education? How about a career in the recreation area or fitness club administration?
If you have answered “yes” or “maybe” to any of the above, we encourage you to investigate our offerings. Our department offers majors in Athletic Training, Health Studies, and Physical Education with various concentrations and minors within Health and Physical Education.
We also offer post-baccalaureate, teacher licensure programs in Health Education and Physical
Education and a number of graduate programs including an M.Ed. in Health Promotion;
an MS in Athletic Training and an MS in Physical Education with concentrations in
Applied Kinesiology, Human Performance
and Health Fitness, Strength and Conditioning, and individualized programs.
Last Modified: June 14, 2010