We examine how the science of physical activity and the business of sport can be used to improve lives. From preventing and rehabilitating disease and injury to developing organizations that help communities thrive, we’re providing the solutions our world needs to move on to better things.
Our world-class faculty lead a diverse range of high-impact research, from understanding the role of physical activity in preventing disease to improving mobility in aging and recovering populations, to managing sport facilities and helping athletes stay safe, to improving health and well-being at all stages of life.
Read More About Jason Williams and Drew Willson
In our profession, athletic training relationships – who you know, and who you network with – is very important. That is one thing U-M does a great job of. Even as students, they provided us a great network for learning and getting to meet new people in the state and across the country.
Read More About Jason Lansing and Austin Pomerantz
I came from a small public high school and Michigan felt big to me, but when I went through the Sport Management program, it felt like family and made U-M smaller.
Read More About Dan Tyrell
The School of Kinesiology Movement Science degree prepares you well for a career in varying aspects of modern medicine. The degree integrates with medicine, physical therapy, occupational therapy, medical writing, and the pharmaceutical industry.
Read More About Megan Kahn
Movement Science is great because you can do so much with it and can end up in so many different places.