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Kinesiology Program Accreditation

The undergraduate exercise science concentration in the Department of Kinesiology was one of the first to be accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP/COAES) and the graduate program in exercise physiology was the first nationally accredited program.


The Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs



The Committee on Accreditation for the Exercise Sciences



Student Learning Outcomes 

SLO #1: Students will comprehend theories behind the physiological and metabolic responses to exercise and be able to apply and test these theories with various populations in a safe manner.

SLO #2: Students will conduct and interpret exercise testing results and create specific exercise programs for various populations according to age, functional capacity, pre-existing conditions, and desired outcomes.

SLO #3: Students will understand body composition protocols and apply these protocols to body composition assessment with minimal errors.

SLO #4: Students will apply myriad exercise science theories and concepts with clients in either clinical or professional settings.

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