Kinesiology, Sport & Recreation
The Kinesiology, Sport, & Recreation degree (KSPR) is designed to be an applied studies and interdisciplinary program. This 37 hour degree includes four primary areas of study.
- Coaching & Sport Science
- Exercise Science
- Recreation Management
- Sport Ministry
All KSPR students must have the following 10 hours of core classes:
- Internship (1 hour)
- Statistical Analysis and Interpretation (3 hours)
- Research Methods 1 (3 hours)
- Research Methods II (3 hours)
The remaining 27 hours are approved in consultation with the program director and are selected from a wide variety of Kinesiology, Sport, & Recreation courses.