Kinesiology Program Accreditation
The College of Arts and Sciences undergraduate Kinesiology program is accredited through
the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP/COAES).
The Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs
The Committee on Accreditation for the Exercise Sciences
Program Learning Outcomes
PLO 1. Demonstrate critical thinking skills in fundamental principles required of entry-level Kinesiology professionals in the following areas: anatomy and physiology, teaching movement related skills, health promotion, physiological response to exercise, and the mechanics and control of movement.
PLO 2. Apply Kinesiology related skills to real-world problems through internships, field experience, and/or service learning.
PLO 3. Address movement science questions through:
- PLO 3a. Design exercise training programs for the improvement of sport performance and/or human health
- PLO 3b. Application of current and relevant technological skills for assessing sport and exercise performance in laboratory and field settings.
- PLO 3c. Acquisition, analysis, and interpretation of original data
PLO 4. Communicate effectively, through written and oral means, in a manner that meets professional and scientific standards in Kinesiology
PLO 5. Identify, analyze, and demonstrate knowledge of how to address social justice and equity issues related to Kinesiology for diverse populations.