Kinesiology & Health Education

A World of Movement

National Academy of Kinesiology Ranking Graphic

Our department is dedicated to innovation in and the promotion of health science. Our students and faculty study human movement, health behavior, and sport culture. Each program is designed to expose students to exciting research and valuable experience in the classroom and through internships. Graduates are prepared to apply their knowledge to improve their communities, pursue a range of graduate school opportunities, and contribute to the world of sports and public health.

Each of our master’s, doctoral, and undergraduate programs explore different topics within kinesiology and health education. We provide our students with modern research labs, vast historical archives, caring advisors, and field-leading, innovative faculty. These resources allow each student to get the most out of their degree and academic experience.

Faculty member Brian Farr demonstrates spinal alignment to a group of students.

Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate students can choose from majors that cover health science and promotion as well sport management and culture. Students are prepared to become teachers, therapists, coaches and doctors.

A man runs on a treadmill while a woman and another man look on.

Graduate Programs

Master’s and Doctoral programs are designed to educate students while exposing them to impactful research and real-world work experience. The combination of coursework, internships and research prepare students for a meaningful career.


old photo of Terry Todd with Tennis Racquet

Terry Todd Honored with Alvin Roy Award for Career Achievement

Terry Todd has been recognized for his career achievements and contributions to the field of sports conditioning and training as a professor, author, and founder of the Stark Center.

Dixie and Phil Stanforth standing with past presidents of the ACSM

Stanforths Inducted as Fellows of the American College of Sports Medicine

Dixie and Phil Stanforth attended the ACSM annual meeting to be inducted as fellows. They were recognized for their significant contributions to the organization in research and service.

Dr. John Ivy presenting at the alderson lecture series

KHE Recognizes Distinguished Students, Faculty and Alumni at Award Ceremonies

The Department holds their annual award ceremonies with Alderson Lecture presentation from Professor Emeritus Dr. John Ivy.
Alderson Lecture and Awards Celebration >
Hall of Honor Ceremony >


Date Details
Every Wednesday Office of Instructional Innovation (OII) office hours, BEL 718AH, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM, or email us or drop by SZB 438 anytime.
Friday, September 29 McCraw Lecture: Paul J. Fadel, Professor, The University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing and Health Innovation
"Sympathetic Control of the Circulation in Type 2 Diabetes Patients”