The Kinesiology curriculum challenges students to explore how physical activity, human physiology and behavior merge with health. Similar to Hunter Post pursuing his degree as a Medical Doctor and Mia Taylor who is on her way to becoming a Dentist, meet Megan Herpich, Sophomore in Kinesiology, studying to pursue a career as a Nurse.
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More information with what you can do with a degree in Kinesiology can be found here.
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An internship is an excellent opportunity to showcase your academic knowledge and practical skills in a real-world setting within the Kinesiology field. The internship should be designed to meet the needs of each student, with respect to their areas of expertise and future goals. Please schedule a time to meet with the internship coordinator at email@example.com if you are interested in completing an internship. Additional information to help guide you through the internship process is located in the internship handbook (click here).