Welcome to the Department of Kinesiology
Welcome to the Boise State University Department of Kinesiology. Serving over 600 students within the College of Health Sciences, the Department of Kinesiology hosts two undergraduate degree programs and three graduate degree programs with multiple sub-discipline areas of specialization.
The Department of Kinesiology will lead in the creation of meaningful knowledge and the development of future leaders who advance the state of lifelong health, physical activity, and sport.
Summer Youth Sports Program
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Athlete Performance Academy
The Department of Kinesiology is dedicated to advancing knowledge of lifelong health, physical activity, and sport through excellence in teaching, innovative and meaningful research, and high impact service.
Influential Sports Medicine Practitioners Honored with Endowed Scholarship
“This endowed scholarship for students is my way of paying it forward. George Wade, M.D., and Gary Craner were my mentors; they believed in me and ultimately pushed me to go beyond the world of Boise State to become a physician and follow my dreams,” said Tamara Pascoe, M.D., Boise State alumnus (BS, athletic training, ‘90 and MS, exercise and sports studies, ‘99). “I am one of hundreds of students they have inspired, supported and taught in the past 30-plus years. I want future students to know and understand who the individuals were that paved the way for the current status of athletic training and sports medicine at Boise State and in Idaho.”
Tuesday, Apr 16th, 2019
Celebrate Kinesiology and Nursing Faculty as They Retire
Sunday, Apr 14th, 2019
Kinesiology Broncos Win Regionals!!
Tuesday, Apr 2nd, 2019
Faculty, Staff, and Students Can Enroll Early in the Summer Youth Sports Program
Monday, Mar 25th, 2019
From Master of Kinesiology Student to Aerospace and Operational Physiologist
Monday, Feb 25th, 2019
Researchers Team Up With St. Luke’s to Study Concussion Impacts in Youth Football
Advancing Life-Long Health in Global Communities
College of Health Sciences
The College of Health Sciences houses the Health Services and three academic schools: the School of Allied Health Sciences, the School of Nursing and the School of Social Work. With a central Student Services and Academic Advising office to support students and a central Office of Research to support faculty researchers, the college strives to make the most of its resources to provide high quality, affordable, relevant education to its students and the campus community through initiatives like BroncoFit. The college believes that students can learn even more from each other through Interprofessional Education learning opportunities