Undergraduate ProgramsThe Department of Kinesiology offers programs of study designed to provide students with the educational background necessary for the pursuit of careers in a variety of movement-based professions. The Bachelor of Science degree is offered with majors in:
In addition to the major requirements, students must take UCR and elective course to accumulate a minimum of 124 hours for the Bachelor of Science degree. The department emphasizes learning experiences beyond the classroom environment. Students are required and/or encouraged to participate in research, internships, and special projects which are arranged through academic advisors.
The department offers also minors in Movement Science, Health, Physical Education and Fitness. A variety of activity courses which satisfy the University Core Curriculum requirement for Physical Education are also offered by the department.
Our athletic training program is accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). In order to be included in the degree program for Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP), each student must submit application materials that are separate from the TCU undergraduate application. The application is downloadable from the ATEP website: (paste into your browser) www.train.tcu.edu. Admission to the ATEP program is competitive and submission of materials does not guarantee admittance to the program. Materials must be postmarked by April 1 to be considered for the fall semester. If you have any trouble accessing the website, forms or links, please contact our Program Director, Dr. Stephanie Jevas email@example.com.