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The University of La Verne’s Kinesiology Department is available for any student interested in learning more about the human body, how it moves, and how to strengthen and condition that movement. Kinesiology is a growing field, particularly in regard to physical education, athletic training, and health and human performance. If sports science and wellness sound intriguing and you seek an innovative, clinically-rich curricula to drive your professional journey, consider a degree in Kinesiology. Be a body in motion.

A member of the American Kinesiology Association, the department capitalizes on the expertise of practiced and knowledgeable faculty to deliver an outstanding instructional experience that complements the core values of the university. Every step of the process is designed to give students a strong foundation in the subject while preparing them for either their careers or graduate studies.

Kinesiology Programs

The Kinesiology Department offers three areas of concentration: Athletic Training, Health and Human Performance, and Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE). These concentrations are designed to provide students with a strong foundation in kinesiology while preparing them for careers and graduate education in their area of interest.

The department will also launch a Master’s of Science in Athletic Training in the summer of 2019. The program prepares students to sit for the Board of Certification exam. For more information, contact Marilyn Oliver, ATC.

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