We are made up of physical, social, spiritual and mental / emotional aspects that integrate to form, complete and make us individually whole. The physiological benefits of exercise upon the human condition are well documented; moreover, research continues to demonstrate the benefits of physical activity upon the social, spiritual and mental / emotional well being of its participants. Along with our minds and spirits, we take our bodies to places of leisure, learning, work and worship. Therefore, attaining knowledge and skills related to physical health, fitness and wellness allows for the promotion of the total well being of man. Thus, it is the aim of the Kinesiology and Exercise Science department to:
- Promote the benefits of an active lifestyle to the campus community
- Prepare students, who wish to attend, for graduate school
- Prepare professional educators in the field of physical education
- Prepare professionals for careers in health, fitness and wellness industries
- Prepare athletic trainers for careers in education, clinical practice and amateur or professional sports
The department offers programs leading to degrees for the Bachelor of Science and the Bachelor of Science in Education. A major in Kinesiology and Exercise Science and a major in Athletic Training may be chosen for the Bachelor of Science degree. A major in All-Level Physical Education is offered for the Bachelor of Science in Education degree. The department also offers a minor in Kinesiology and Exercise Science.
Seeking a Master's degree with a Sports and Exercise Leadership Focus?
Prospective students who currently have a bachelor's degree may pursue a track that will prepare them for leadership roles in sports related fields.
Joseph D. Brown, PhD
Associate Dean, School of Education
Chairperson, Department of Kinesiology & Exercise Science
One Tiger Drive, Marshall, TX 75670
(903) 923-2270 (office)
(903) 935-4318 (fax)