Undergraduate Studies

Programs of study designed to prepare you for graduate studies in related fields, and to pursue a career in the movement-based professions.

Graduate Studies

In-depth understanding of the theoretical basis of human movement.

Research

Join faculty who are taking the lead on creating new information in the field of kinesiology through six labs.

Athletic Training

Start in the athletic training room immediately during your first year at TCU, and obtain clinical experience with TCU Athletics, local high schools, and both physical therapy and physician clinics.

News

Meena Shah’s Research Work Includes a Heavy Emphasis on Mentorship
Meena Shah’s Research Work Includes a Heavy Emphasis on Mentorship Dr. Meena Shah, chair and professor of kinesiology, has a number of studies on d...
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Graduate Student Jessica Renteria Participates in USA Gymnastics Panel on DEI
Jessica Renteria, graduate student with an emphasis in sport and exercise psychology, participates in panel hosted by USA gymnastics on diversity, equ...
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Julian Carr Aliber Endowed Funds
The Julian Carr Aliber Endowed Funds has been established to support undergraduate research efforts in kinesiology. The grant application is open to a...
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New Faculty Join the Kinesiology Department
Dr. Ryan Porter joined the faculty this fall as an assistant professor. Dr. Porter holds a bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Brigham Young ...
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Dr. Adam King and grad student examine role of sensory cues in balance
Humans have to stand in an upright position in a variety of environments (in the grocery store, pumping gas, or you may even use a standing desk like ...
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