Career opportunities

With your knowledge of the human body and its capacity for movement, you'll be set for a career related to athletics and exercise. You might work as a personal trainer, helping someone achieve their weight loss and fitness goals. Or perhaps you'd prefer to work as an educator the public school system or post-secondary institution. Whatever your career aspirations, the skills you learn in the School of Health and Human Performance will help you get there.

Career options in kinesiology

  • athletic trainer
  • sports administrator
  • professional trainer
  • coach
  • physical education teacher
  • fitness instructor
  • exercise physiologist
  • ergonomist
  • consultant (sporting equipment and attire, nutritional supplements, etc.)
  • dance/movement therapist
  • rehabilitation therapist
  • sports administrator
  • nutritionist