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College of Education & Human Development

The College of Education & Human Development offers six undergraduate degree programs, three master's degree programs, and one doctoral program. The College of Education & Human Development boast approximately 2,250 students with an average of 400 students graduating each year. The College of Education & Human Development also offers the Certification-Only Program: Alternative Path to Certification and several Graduate Certificates. Approximately 55 students receive their teacher certification through the Certification-Only Program each year.

School of Kinesiology

Kinesiology is a program in motion. We study human movement from a wide range of perspectives, in disciplines such as physical education, medicine/rehabilitation, sports performance, fitness, research, and other allied health areas.

We offer a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology with concentrations in exercise science pre-professional studies, exercise science fitness studies, health and physical education (K-12), and sport management.

We also offer an online degree program in health promotion and wellness for students who want to expand their horizons outside of the classroom.

The School of Kinesiology is a member of the American Kinesiology Association.