Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology
Biomechanics Emphasis develops an understanding of the mechanical principals of human movement in sports and exercise. It is designed to prepare students for graduate study in Biomechanics, biomedical engineering, or ergonomics.
Exercise Science Emphasis
Exercise Science Emphasis focuses on the scientific principles of training and exercise. Included is an emphasis on the biological sciences in preparation for graduate study in a variety of disciplines.
Pre-Allied Health Emphasis
Pre-Allied Health is designed for students who intend to apply to a professional school following completion of their undergraduate degree. Students should be aware of deadlines and requirements established by professional schools and testing organizations.
Pre-Athletic Training Emphasis
Starting in the fall of 2017, this emphasis area will prepare students to apply to the Entry-Level Master of Athletic Training Program at Boise State University, beginning Summer 2018, or elsewhere. This emphasis is recommended for students who intend to become a certified athletic trainer.
- Pre-Athletic Training Emphasis Requirements
- Pre-Athletic Training Accelerated (3+2) BS to MAT option (Please note: This option is restricted only to those students that meet strict academic progression requirements- Admission to the Masters of Athletic Training program at Boise State is not guaranteed and advising with the accelerated advisor is mandatory each semester).
The Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training has accepted its final cohort. The Bachelor’s program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education.
Please contact the Boise State-Athletic Training Program Director in the Department of Kinesiology 208-426-4863 for additional questions.