Castleton University’s Department of Health, Human Movement, and Sport prepares future teachers, practitioners, and leaders for careers in health promotion, physical activity, and sport.
Health, Human Movement, and Sport Undergraduate Programs
Bachelor’s degree programs include:
- Athletic Training/Kinesiology
This 3+2 program will allow you to complete the entire bachelor’s and master’s degree program in five years, and be eligible to take the Board of Certification Examination (BOC) upon program completion.
- Health Promotion
This program prepares you for a variety of professional environments in which you will assist individuals, communities, and schools to promote positive health behaviors and outcomes
- Physical Education
Perfect the skills necessary for successful careers that promote physical activity, sports participation, and health
- Sport Management
This program blends multidisciplinary and interactive coursework with service-learning and practical experiences so you can develop the necessary skill sets and abilities to thrive in the job market or graduate school
Health, Human Movement, and Sport Graduate Programs
Graduate programs include:
- Athletic Leadership
This fully online program gives you the edge you need by helping you expand your skills while preparing for leadership roles in a variety of fields – from professional sports to college athletic departments to coaching
- 3 + 2 Master’s in Athletic Training
This two-year graduate program prepares students for the Board of Certification examination and enter the profession of athletic training
Students in most majors can concentrate on areas of interest and customize their learning through a variety of minors offered by Health, Human Movement, and Sport. The Department offers minors in Adventure Recreation, Coaching, Fitness/Sport Science, Health, and Physical Education.
Health, Human Movement, and Sport is one of the largest departments on campus. Our outstanding faculty combine scholarship and professional experience with a focused commitment to students and teaching.
Student learning takes place in a variety of settings to facilitate a hands-on approach. In addition to campus classrooms, local schools, medical centers, and off-campus internship opportunities.