The Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology prepares students to be physical activity specialists in variety of fields. The Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology has four options:
- Option I - Exercise and Human Performance: This option prepares students for careers in fitness, athletic training and related fields.
- Option II - Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Exercise: This option prepares students for careers in health and medical settings such as physical therapy and occupational therapy and chiropractic medicine.
- Option III - Subject Matter Preparation for Single Subject Teaching Credential: This option is designed for individuals interested in a career teaching inclusive physical activity in elementary and secondary schools.
- Option IV - Community Leadership of Physical Activity: This option is designed for students interested in delivering physical activity programming within community-based organizations (e.g. YMCAs, Boys and Girls Clubs, neighborhood recreation centers).
A total of 120 units are required for the Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. In addition to General Education courses, students in the Kinesiology major will take:
- Core KIN courses (50-54 units)
- Option courses (19-21 units)
- Free electives (9-15 units)