Dr. Erik Hayes, Associate Professor of Exercise Science, discusses the benefits for students enrolled in the exercise science program.
High-tech facilities. Hands-on experience. Heart-and-soul commitment.
At the end of four years, you will be equipped to start your career in sport management, athletic or personal training—or to continue your education in graduate school to become a doctor, nurse, or physical or occupational therapist.
With opportunities to physically train clients, conduct original research, travel to and study internationally in places like Belize and Ecuador, Taylor University's kinesiology programs will prepare you to live out your faith wherever God is leading you.
Take the next step
Daniel, an exercise science major, discusses how an overseas trip with doctors helped him understand the flexibility of the exercise science major and allowed him to discover his strengths and passions.
Don Taylor, coordinator for the sports management program, discusses the work needed to be successful in the sports management program.
See the research
A team of exercise science students led by Dr. Matthew Renfrow, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, traveled to New Castle Correctional Facility this spring to collect data. They left ready to do more.