Our mission is to disseminate new knowledge across diverse subdisciplines in Kinesiology while preparing students for careers in school, community, rehabilitative, health, medical, sport, and athletic settings. Consistent with the vision of the University of Alabama, we have a student-centered faculty committed to high quality teaching, research, and service endeavors.
We offer undergraduate and graduate degrees in Kinesiology with areas of study focused on Exercise Science, Sport Administration, and Sport Pedagogy/Physical Education. Housed in Moore Hall, our students and faculty utilize multiple state-of-the-art laboratories and workspaces in the pursuit of their personal and professional goals.
Kinesiology at The University of Alabama: MADE TO MOVE.
The Department of Kinesiology is a member of the American Kinesiology Association.
Department Head: Dr. Jonathan Wingo
Main Office: 1005 Moore
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION
MASTER OF ARTS
MASTER OF ARTS (Alternative Route)
The Alternative Master of Arts degree is aimed at students with an undergraduate degree in a non-teaching field who wish to gain an alternative A certificate which enables them to teach in the public schools.
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY
Cardiovascular and metabolic health responses to clinical and lifestyle-related factors
Exercise prescription to optimize cardiometabolic health biomarkers
Meta-Analysis & Evidence-based Methodology
Instruction & Teaching Effectiveness
Service Learning & Pedagogical Reflection