Department of Kinesiology


General Overview

The Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology program is student-centered and evidence-based. Our curriculum explores the influence of exercise on basic human physiology, from the whole-body down to the gene.

Students play an active role in engaging with expert faculty in classroom and laboratory environments to expand content knowledge and practical expertise. Therefore, Exercise Physiology graduates are well-prepared for careers in human performance and general health-related fields.

Exercise Physiology students
Students and faculty collaborate in classroom, laboratory, and field settings.
Exercise Physiology students
Expert faculty implement cutting-edge technology in small classroom sizes.
Exercise Physiology students
Fundamental principles are practiced in hands-on learning environments.
Exercise Physiology students
Health and performance is explored from the whole-body down to the gene.
Exercise Physiology students
Contemporary sports performance testing and programming is applied.

Curriculum Links

Course Requirements: BS in Exercise Physiology
Read over the course descriptions, lower and upper division requirements, and browse electives.

Program Roadmap (PDF)
See which classes you’ll take each year and get the essential checklist for student success.

Contact Information


Jack Azevedo, PhD

YOLO 275

Deanna Lowe, MS

YOLO 252