The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in the Division of Kinesiology offers students the option of tracks at the Orlando campus only.

Bachelor of Science

The Coaching track is appropriate for students interested in coaching at all levels of competition, in a variety of sports, including strength and conditioning. Students are provided with a combination of course content as well as practical field and laboratory experiences.

The Human Performance track is appropriate for students interested in pursuing careers in sport science, health promotion, medicine, wellness, sports medicine, and allied health (i.e. physical therapy, occupational therapy, and cardiac rehabilitation).

While in the program, students are encouraged to complete professional certification(s) within their track. Students are provided with a combination of course content as well as practical field and laboratory experiences. The capstone portion of the program includes a culminating course aligned with a Practicum (9 credit hours) with high-quality program partners that provide invaluable knowledge and hands-on experiences in the student’s chosen field. A student may also elect to take three courses (9 credit hours), in place of the Practicum in order to develop their course of study to meet specific career or academic needs (e.g., admission to medical school).

Forms and Important Links

Advising

Prospective Students

Please refer to the current UCF Undergraduate Catalog for a description of the program, degree requirements, and course descriptions for the current academic year. When locating program courses, please note that typical Sport and Exercise Science course prefixes include: ATR, PET; PEO, PEL, and PEM.

For additional program information, please contact:

Orlando Campus
Linda Alexander, Coordinator, Academic Support Services II

Current Students

While in the Sport and Exercise Science B.S. program, students must periodically schedule meetings with their faculty advisor to review degree requirements and their program of study. Students are responsible for continually reviewing their MyKnight Degree Audit to assure that they are following their personal program of study. Students can access their degree audits in MyUCF.

To better serve our majors in achievement and guidance, advisors have been assigned as follows:

Pending students: Your advisor is Yaffa Hoffman

Human Performance Track:
If your last name begins with:

A-C: Your Advisor is Linda Alexander
D-F: Your Advisor is Dr. Thomas Fisher
G-J: Your Advisor is Dr. Anna Valdes
K-R: Your Advisor is Dr. Martha Garcia-Stout
S-Z: Your Advisor is Dr. Jeffrey Biddle

Coaching track: Your Advisors are Dr. Jeffrey Biddle and Dr. Jeff DukePlease contact your advisor for questions or if you need help.

Frequently Asked Questions

Pending Students

SES students are eligible to get out of pending and be admitted to the program when the audit shows:

  • All General Education Requirements are satisfied OR AA from Florida public institution is earned.
  •  Foreign language requirements have been met with a high school transcript or proficiency exam
  •  Gordon Rule Writing and Mathematics Requirements are met.
  •  2.5 GPA or higher
  •  Completion of BSE 2010C or 1010C with a grade of “C” or better (must be 4 credits)
    *If not already completed, should be taken during the first or second term at UCF

PET3005, PET3097, PET4763, PET3765, PET3820.

No, You must change your major from pending to SES BS and declare a track.

Admitted Students

APK 4110c is a PRE REQ for the 2 classes.

No, official grades in the prerequisite classes must be posted to your audit before you are able to enroll. (Example: If you are taking BSC2010c you cannot be overridden into ZOO 3736c)

System errors can happen; you will need to contact your advisor for a permission form.

Students must have a 2.5 or higher GPA to take all classes in the program. If they do not, they cannot move forward.

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