What is Kinesiology? The American Kinesiology Association defines kinesiology as “the academic discipline which involves the study of physical activity and its impact on health, society, and quality of life”.
The Division of Kinesiology, Health and Sport Studies (KHS) offers innovative, streamlined Bachelor’s, Master’s and Ph.D. programs, designed to prepare students for careers in a variety of exciting fields, providing student-centered support, preparation in real-world careers.
Undergraduate, Master’s and Doctoral degrees preparing students for careers in clinical, professional, and university faculty positions that design and implement programs and research in physical activity, exercise and sport.
Undergraduate, Master’s and Doctoral preparation for Michigan PreK-12 physical education teacher certification or leadership positions in community-based physical activity organizations, or university faculty positions.
Undergraduate and Master’s degrees preparing students for careers in the broad areas of health promotion and education, including Michigan teacher certification and community and public health settings such as hospitals, non-profits, worksites, and health departments.
On-line Master’s program, preparing students for careers in community, collegiate, professional or corporate sports industries.
In addition, the KHS research faculty lead large-scale, dynamic research programs in areas such as healthy school transformations, adapted physical activity, intersections between sleep and exercise, and motor development and behavior. Visit our faculty profiles to learn more about our nationally-recognized research faculty.
- Now accepting applications for Graduate Research Assistants
- Now accepting applications for paid and voluntary student assistant positions
- Now accepting applications for MI-LEAPE Fellowships in adapted physical education
- Center for School Health launches healthy school transformation applications for Michigan elementary schools