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    Ulrich Retires, Is Honored at Reception

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    Four Honored for Scholarship by AKA

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    Szymanski on 'Football,' World Cup

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    Broglio Leads $30MM Concussion Study

    The University of Michigan will play a leading role in the most comprehensive study of concussion and head impact exposure ever conducted.

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    Gridiron Giving Helps Rebuild Detroit

    The Detroit Lions' new model of philanthropy and community engagement may prove to be a touchdown for the city of Detroit.

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ATHLETIC TRAINING

AT majors study the treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of injuries while working with elite athletes. The curriculum includes classroom instruction and clinical experience.

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HEALTH & FITNESS

The new Health and Fitness major provides students the knowledge and skills required for success in the growing field of physical fitness and wellness.

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MOVEMENT SCIENCE

Providing an excellent foundation for careers in health and medicine, the Movement Science curriculum provides many opportunities for laboratory research with an engaged faculty.

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SPORT MANAGEMENT

Combine your love of sports with a career in business: Sport Management! Graduates go on to exciting careers in marketing, broadcasting, sales, law, and many other fields.

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GRADUATE PROGRAM

Masters and Doctoral programs are flexible and designed to provide you with courses and experiences tailored to your scholarly interests.

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Movement Science students looking for exciting career opportunities in a growing field should consider intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring (IONM). U-M Kinesiology has one of the very first undergraduate IONM programs in the country.

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  •  New IONM Video on YouTube
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