Kinesiology Home Page

Welcome to the Kinesiology Home Page

Mission Statement

The Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences in Kinesiology provides strategic educational resources for students preparing for careers and\or advanced graduate work in Exercise and Sport Science, Health Promotion, Athletics and Sport Management.  The coursework within the concentrations address the spiritual, cognitive, adaptive, and intuitive formation of the student, and assignments within the concentration specifically relate to the practical experiential applications of the student for their future in the field and in life.

Kinesiology Human Performance Laboratory

The Human Performance Laboratory (HPL) is a dry-lab facility designated to teach, conduct research and provide services for multiple populations in the William Jessup University and Rocklin community. The lab provides undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to use some of the most advanced equipment in their field of study, gain experience in conducting scientific research, and develop skills necessary to become exceptional researchers and practitioners.

If you want more information regarding the Human Performance Lab and it’s services, please see the Human Performance Lab page. If you have an interest working in the lab, please contact Parker Daniells (


Before you begin to participate in an internship, authorization of internship sites must be confirmed by the University Kinesiology faculty. Prior to enrolling into a Kinesiology internship, a contract between the site and the university must be established. Effective Fall 2016, all internships sites must be authorized. Please review the Internship page for more information.

If you would like to use a site that is in a non-clinical, you must inform the Faculty of Kinesiology 12 weeks prior to the semester you are seeking to enroll.  There is no guarantee that a site will agree to the contract, or that the University Career and Life Planning Office will approve an individual site. Please see your faculty advisor for more information.

Please see the Internship Page for more information on internships and documentation.

Advising Guides & Graduate Programs

To make sure you are all on the right track with your academic plan to graduate on time and your future plans, use our advising guides to make it an easy process. Visit the Advising Guides and Graduate Programs page for more information. If you have any questions, please meet with your designated adviser.

Interested in dual credit?

Dual credit is available to eligible students. It involves taking a MA in Sports Management or MS in Kinesiology course at the graduate level, and receiving both undergraduate and graduate credit. A three-unit graduate course (successfully completed) will receive three units of undergraduate credit.

Students must apply for permission to undertake a MA in Sports Management or MS in Kinesiology course for dual credit.  Students are limited to nine total graduate units for dual-credit purposes.

The application can be found FHANS Dual Credit Application.