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Kinesiology and Allied Health

The Kinesiology and Allied Health major is an interdisciplinary program designed for students who aspire to be an Allied Health Care Professional. The curriculum includes Biology, Psychology, Health and Kinesiology courses to provide the framework of coursework for graduate programs in Athletic Training, Strength and Conditioning, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physician Assistant and others. Upon graduation the KAH students will be prepared to take the certification exam in Strength and Conditioning or Personal Training. Our advisors will provide the guidance to take further prerequisite courses needed for each specific graduate school and program.

With the guidance from our Program Director and the Pre-Health Advisor, the prerequisite courses for graduate school will be included into the student’s schedule depending on their choice of health care field and selection of schools. These programs include Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physician Assistant, Athletic Training, Exercise Science, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Dietetics, Biomechanics, and more. Our students have a very high acceptance rate into these graduate programs across the country.

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Bill Kauth - Associate Professor of Kinesiology and Allied Health, Director of Kinesiology and Allied Health, and Director of Athletic Training

Department - Physical Education