Chair and Associate Professor: Dr. Howell, 450-3148
Professors: Dr. Hattlestad
Assistant Professors: Dr. Bruenger, Dr. Gallagher, Dr. Parker, Dr. Tucker
Clinical Instructors: Mr. Crawford, Dr. Douglas, Ms. Epping, Mrs. Eskola, Mr. Hervey, Mr. Hornor, Mrs. Martinez, Ms. Moore, Ms. Schuckman, Mrs. Sessum, Mr. Strickland, Ms. Whittaker, Mrs. Wilcox
The objectives of the instructional program of the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education are separated into two areas of responsibility:
- The department contributes to the general education of all students in the university through courses designed to establish a program of activity with primary emphasis on the development of lifetime physical fitness and knowledge and appreciation of movement, games, and sports.
- Professional preparation at the undergraduate and graduate levels is provided for students desiring to (a) teach physical education and/or coach within the public schools, (b) serve as athletic trainers, or (c) work in the corporate/community fitness sector or recreational agencies.
Follow these links for information about the department's baccalaureate degree programs:
- Bachelor of Science (BS) in Athletic Training
- Bachelor of Science (BS) in Kinesiology
- Bachelor of Science in Education (BSE), with a Major in P-8 and 7-12 Physical Education - Teacher Education (PETE) (124 hours minimum)
- Coaching Program of Study
See Graduate Bulletin.
Follow these links to course descriptions:
- Activity Courses (KPED)