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Kinesiology and Physical Education

INTERESTED IN DECLARING A KINESIOLOGY MAJOR FOR WINTER 2021 OR LATER?  See the information in the “Advising” and “Major Application and Declaration Procedures” section of the menu at the left. 

The Kinesiology and Physical Education (KPE) Program is one of three programs in the Health and Human Development department. There are three degrees offered: B.S. Kinesiology, B.A.E. Physical Education and Health P-12, M.S. Kinesiology.

Questions about the Kinesiology program?

Interested in learning more about the Kinesiology program? Check out our advising video to get an overview of the KIN major and specializations, info on the application process, and suggestions on courses to take while waiting to become a KIN major. If you have questions about the undergraduate program, or applying to the major, please contact Jen Leita at, or you can schedule an advising appointment with Jen Leita at:
Program Coordinator: Dr. Gordon Chalmers (360) 650-3113,
If you have questions about the graduate program, please contact, Dr. Lorrie Brilla (360) 650-3056,

Questions about the Physical Education and Health P-12 program?

If your are interested in more information about the Physical Education and Health P-12 program, check out our advising video to learn about the major application and pre-major process, coursework, plan of study, and more. If you have further questions, please contact Jen Leita at (360) 650-4377, or book an appointment:

If you have questions about the program curriculum or teaching certification process, please contact Dr. Nick Washburn (360) 650-7709,