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Kinesiology, B.S.

Your active learning and leading style is a perfect fit here. In the simplest terms, kinesiology is the study of human movement, and at LETU, we study movement from the simple to the extreme.

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You may you see yourself in a hospital setting helping clients as a physical or occupational therapist, on the sidelines as a coach or a trainer, in the classroom as a physical education teacher, in business as a sports manager, as a sports journalist or radio announcer, or you simply have a desire to share your faith through the sport you love.

Our students dig deep with hands-on internship experience and quality training to help them make a major impact in a vast variety of education and health-related fields—two of the top areas for a stable, in-demand career.

Kinesiology is teaching everyone, from the physically gifted to the physically challenged, how and why they should keep themselves healthy and fit. We teach individuals how to be physically active in ways that improve the whole person: mind, body and spirit.

LeTourneau University's kinesiology department offers a number of concentrations to choose from, preparing students for a wide variety of careers.

INTERESTING CLASSES YOU'LL TAKE

  • Care and Prevention of Sports Injuries 
  • Human Nutrition
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Activities for Special Populations 

WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH THIS DEGREE?

  • Exercise Physiologist
  • Physical Therapist 
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Athletic Trainer
  • Health Educator
  • Fitness Director

Tori Hudson - Kinesiology Spotlight

Tori Hudson, Kinesiology major, tells us about her passion for health, fitness, and God.


Riley Howe - Kinesiology Spotlight

Riley Howe, Kinesiology major, shares about her time here at LETU and her desire to become on occupational therapist.


Mckenzie Craycraft - Kinesiology Spotlight

McKenzie Craycraft, Kinesiology major, describes her experience living in the residence halls and how LETU's professors are caring and engaged with students.


Dr. Wayne Jacobs - Kinesiology Spotlight

Dr. Wayne Jacobs, professor of kinesiology, describes how he sees God moving through his students and fellow faculty.


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