The undergraduate programs in the Department of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology are recognized nationally for their outstanding academics.
The Department of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology is concerned with quality of life and the many aspects of human movement. Significant research contributions, education and service are related to the study of physiological and psychological responsiveness to vigorous and relevant physical activities. In addition, movement skills capabilities and ways to improve skills and maintain health are determined for the typical person, the person who is disabled and the high-level athlete. Sites for research, student experience, and employment include educational institutions, health agencies and organizations, corporate or private fitness programming centers, and other health-related business and industry opportunities.
APK offers the following bachelor’s degrees:
- Change of Major Requirements
- Transfer Admission Requirements
- Summary of Deadlines
- Internship Requirements
- Finding an Internship Site
- Approved Internship Sites
- Internship Application and Submission
- Forms and Due Dates
- Additional Information