The School of Kinesiology offers two degrees, Bachelor of Science and Master of Science for students looking to pursue careers organizing and managing health-related exercise programs in community health clubs, corporate fitness centers and medical settings. This will include developing and managing programs to rehabilitate people with disabilities through the use of exercise, leading physical activity programs in nonprofit, community agencies such as YMCAs, Boys and Girls Clubs, or community recreation centers. Upon completion, the students will be able to teach physical education, adapted physical education, dance in schools and coach athletic teams in schools and colleges. Students can also prepare to study for advanced degrees in Kinesiology or an allied health profession. The department also offers a wide variety of physical activity courses dealing with sports skills and exercise techniques for all university students. Special exercise classes are open to students with disabilities.