Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology
The Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology is a 120-credit undergraduate program in the College of Public Health. Students pursuing a Kinesiology degree are prepared for graduate study and professional careers in kinesiology and other health-related disciplines.
Kinesiology addresses biomechanical, physiological and psychological processes of movement and aims to prevent disease, prolong life and promote human health. A Kinesiology degree can lead students into fields of healthcare such as biomechanics, orthopedics, sport psychology, physical and occupational therapy, and sport and exercise.
You’ll explore the total impact of physical activity and movement on health, society and quality of life in Temple’s diverse learning environment. Your instructors bring the knowledge they gain from cutting-edge research into the classroom, which means you’ll learn about the latest topics and trends in the field.