School of Kinesiology and Physical Therapy

UCF College of Health Professions and Sciences

Welcome

The School of Kinesiology and Physical Therapy at UCF includes the Athletic Training Program, Division of Kinesiology and Division of Physical Therapy. Academic programs in the school lead to a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with an Exercise and Sport Physiology Track or a Sport and Athletic Coaching Track, a Master of Science in Kinesiology, a Master of Athletic Training, an Anatomical Sciences Graduate Certificate, a Doctor of Physical Therapy, and a doctoral-level Applied Exercise Physiology Track. 

We’re home to specialized teaching labs and equipment; the Institute of Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation Science, which has dedicated facilities for research on exercise performance, human physiology and mobility; and community initiatives such as Knights on the Go Café and UCF Go Baby Go!

Our faculty members are recognized for excellence in teaching, scholarship and service in their respective disciplines both at UCF and in the global community. Our students learn to be evidence-based researchers, advocates of best practices, and/or contemporary providers in healthcare settings.

In the News

Six Kinesiology Students Earn National Scholarships
Kinesiology

Six Kinesiology Students Earn National Scholarships

Six Ph.D. students in the Division of Kinesiology have been awarded scholarships from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. David Boffry, Nick Clark, Kylie Harmon and Ryan Girts are recipients...
Four CHPS Students are Members of the 2020-21 President’s Leadership Council
Health Sciences

Four CHPS Students are Members of the 2020-21 President’s Leadership Council

Four students from the College of Health Profession and Sciences join 31 other University of Central Florida students as members of the President’s Leadership Council. The 2020-21 representatives from the...
Health Sciences Graduate Continues Family Legacy in Healthcare
Health Sciences

Health Sciences Graduate Continues Family Legacy in Healthcare

Growing up, Breon Clark always knew he wanted to go into the healthcare field. His mother and some of his aunts are nurses. Clark also played sports in high school...

For additional news, please see the Athletic TrainingKinesiology or Physical Therapy archives.

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Join us for an information session about UCF's Communication Sciences and Disorders Graduate Program!The info sessions will be hosted by Dr. Jacqueline Towson, Graduate Program Director, along with Amanda Boggs, Program Academic Advisor, and Debra Knox, Clinical Board of Educators…

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