Read More About Ainsley McCallister
I loved all the labs where we actually could learn about the body. As an athlete, that was super important and cool to see how to treat your body right. We’re working 20 hours a week to be the best athlete we can be, and to be in labs where classmates are models and see how it affects your body was cool.
Read More About Cassidy Williford
I’ve gotten a lot of experiences from being in the School of Kinesiology that has shaped my journey into medicine that I will carry with me.
Read More About James Batey
The ability to have that education and also work in a space where I could do research was a cool part of being at U-M that you might not get at a smaller school.
Read More About Erika Barker
Movement Science gives you the freedom to pursue outside interests, so I’m minoring in dance and pre-health. While the classes overlap with the pre-health requirements, the degree differs from biology or neuroscience because it focuses on the human body rather than just brain or body cells.
Movement Science graduates go on to work in different health-related disciplines, such as medicine, physical therapy, occupational therapy, physical rehabilitation, and biomedical research.