With state-of-the-art lab technology, mentorship from professors and hands-on experience, TWU's Kinesiology programs will prepare you for a career in the growing fields of health and wellness.
Our varied programs cover many aspects of kinesiology - from conditioning to coaching, from the science behind physical health to the business side of sports.
Our Academic Programs
Undergraduate degrees Learn more about our majors in kinesiology and teaching/coaching
Graduate degrees Details about our kinesiology master's and doctoral programs that focus on adapted physical education, biomechanics, coaching, exercise physiology and sport management.
Certifications Learn more about our post-graduate Leadership in Education & Sport and Adapted Physical Education certifications.
Why Study Kinesiology at TWU?
Internationally known programs
At TWU, you learn from the best and participate in the research our faculty members are known for. Lectures are combined with applied experiences in our high-tech labs. Reach out into the real world and address important health issues in our communities in our exercise physiology program. Study biomechanics in a program with global collaborative research initiatives. Be part of one the first adapted physical education programs in the nation that focuses on teaching and fitness for special populations.
Valuable "learn by doing" experiences
At Texas Woman's, you will have opportunities to work with children with disabilities in our on-campus swim and gym program, to experience adapted Paralympic sports, to coach Special Olympics teams, and to support sports for injured military. As an undergrad, you will participate in coaching practicums and highly competitive fitness and rehabilitation internships. If you are a graduate student focusing on coaching or sport management, your classes are offered online, giving you the flexibility to participate in the classes anywhere and immediately apply what you learn to your job.
"...TWU's kinesiology faculty prepare future educators to make significant differences in the lives of young people. They instilled a desire in me to be just what they expected - an excellent physical educator.
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Texas Woman’s University sends its third team of senior undergraduate kinesiology students to the Texas Space Grant Consortium Design Challenge Showcase in Houston this week. They will compete against engineering and technology teams from universities across the state who are working to solve research problems identified by NASA. TWU’s Good Vibrations will be the only team to have a project focused on the human aspect of space travel.
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