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Kinesiology and Allied Health


You will learn to:

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Think creatively about different populations and the world

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Learn and apply human scientific principles

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Effectively communicate with other professionals

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Become a lifelong learner within and outside of your profession


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What can I do with a Kinesiology and Allied Health Major?

The Kinesiology and Allied Health major is an interdisciplinary program that includes curriculum from Biology, Psychology, Health and Kinesiology departments. Upon graduation KAH students will be prepared to take certification exams or enter the workforce after graduation in the following disciplines:

  • Athletic Coach
  • Exercise Equipment Informatics
  • Health and Wellness Coach
  • Medical Sales Representative
  • Nutritionist
  • Personal Trainer
  • Rehabilitation Aide
  • Sport Scientist
  • Strength and Conditioning Coach


Interested in Continuing Your Education?

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:

  • Athletic Training
  • Biomechanics
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Physician Assistant
  • Sport Psychology


Professional Organizations



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

Department - Physical Education