Kinesiology

High-tech facilities. Hands-on experience. Heart-and-soul commitment.

These are just a few of the reasons to study exercise science or sport management at Taylor.

At the end of four years, you will be equipped to succeed in areas like sports management, or move forward with your graduate education in areas like allied health as a doctor, nurse or physical therapist.

You could have experiences working on research with Taylor faculty, serving those in other countries on an overseas trip. Whatever your interest, Taylor University's kinesiology programs will prepare you to live out your faith wherever God is leading you.

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Dr. Hayes discusses the state of the art facilities, hands-on experience and interdisciplinary nature of the program.

Want to learn more? Watch these clips from from various faculty and students. Check out our degrees and majors. Or better yet, schedule a campus visit and see for yourself.

Dr. Erik Hayes, Associate Professor of Exercise Science, discusses the benefits for students enrolled in the exercise science program.

Daniel discusses how a Lighthouse trip with doctors helped him understand who he is and what he wanted to do, and how the flexibility of the exercise science major allowed him to discover his strengths and passions.Daniel, an exercise science major, discusses how an overseas trip with doctors helped him understand the flexibility of the exercise science major and allowed him to discover his strengths and passions.

Don Taylor discusses the work needed to be successful in the sports management program.Don Taylor, coordinator for the sports management program, discusses the work needed to be successful in the sports management program.

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Five Thursdays in Prison

Published: June 03, 2016

A team of exercise science students led by Dr. Matthew Renfrow, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, traveled to New Castle Correctional Facility this spring to collect data. They left ready to do more.

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