Read More About Jordan Raschi
My Movement Science degree has given me an appreciation for the utility of having a comprehensive understanding of human movement. Since so much of diagnosing and managing disease and comfort involves the recognition of changes in body mechanics, motor control, and exercise, my degree provides an essential tool for me as a clinician.
Read More About Alison Ludzki
Working in Jeff Horowitz's lab gave me some exciting tools to measure integrative responses between our body systems and try to understand our overall response to exercise and diet interventions.
Read More About Darlene Recker
The knowledge I gained from my education provided me a strong foundation. Even though I was out of school for six years, medical school was a seamless transition. I wasn’t struggling; I wasn't having to make up any lost time.
Read More About Dan Tyrrell
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.
Movement Science graduates go on to work in different health-related disciplines, such as medicine, physical therapy, occupational therapy, physical rehabilitation, and biomedical research.