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

Game Changer
By Holly Farason Tashanee Williams (right), an athletic trainer at South Oak Cliff High School and TCU Kinesiology alumna, works with a student-athlet...
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TCU Student Kinesiology Association
First meeting of the semester will be on Tuesday, September 18 at 5p in Rickel 042. The informational meeting will be an opportunity to learn more abo...
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You Are What You Eat
Harris Magazine’s Laine Zizka interviewed Dr. Meena Shah, professor and interim chair of the Department of Kinesiology, to talk about her recent re...
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TCU Kinesiology students
Kinesiology Students Collaborate with Special Olympics Athletes
By Meghan Salinas ’17 Above: Students from the TCU Department of Kinesiology pose with Dr. Phil Esposito at a Special Olympics event. By working...
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Kinesiology professor leads concussion research
Nestled away deep in the basement of the Rickel Building lies the Kinesiology Department’s Exercise & Sport Performance Lab which, upon first gl...
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