Kinesiology is the study of human movement. Students can take individual classes for their personal mind and body development or pursue an Associates of Arts. The activity service program is designed to allow all students to develop their physical skills and enrich their health-related knowledge.
Associates of Arts can be the stepping stone towards a wide variety of careers: teaching health and physical education, coaching, athletic training, personal training, recreation specialist, physical and occupational therapy and a host of other health professions. Additional advanced coursework is necessary for entry into these careers.
Fall classes are currently underway BUT
There's still time to register for FLEX 2 Classes!
Look at Our Equipment!
Take a virtual tour of the Health and Fitness Center and view the different equipment available to students registered for KINE classes and during open gym hours. See the Health & Fitness Center's Flickr gallery.
|Free Weights, Fitness Bars, Resistance Bands, Stability Balls, BOSU Trainers, Jump Ropes, etc...
We offer general activity classes for all students who want to improve/maintain fitness and/or learn new skills. See a list of personal wellness classes we have to offer.
- Cardio Combo
- Cardio Kick Boxing
- Indoor Cycling
- Latin Cardio Dance
- Weight Training
- Drug Use and Abuse
- First Aid
- Foundations of Kinesiology
- Personal/Community Health
- Concepts of Fitness & Wellness
| Individual / Dual Sports
| Team Sports
Faculty & Staff
The Kinesiology department faculty are dedicated to help students at St. Philip's College to work towards a profession in Kinesiology and to be healthy. Contact information for each faculty member is provided below.