All of our majors lead to a Bachelor of Science and build on prerequisite knowledge from the biological, chemical, physical, and mathematical sciences. These prerequisites provide the foundation for a common core of courses in physiology, anatomy, biomechanics and movement control.
Our graduates gain knowledge, skills and training that can be directly applied in a number of health-related fields. In addition, they receive first-class preparatory training to move on to: medical or other professional schools including physical or occupational therapy; and research-based M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in the allied health sciences in areas including kinesiology, physiology, neuroscience, biotechnology, pharmacology, chronic disease, and nutrition.