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Brooks College of Health

Clinical & Applied Movement Sciences


The Department of Clinical & Applied Movement Sciences offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Undergraduate students can pursue a Bachelor of Science in Health with a concentration in Kinesiology. Our Graduate programs include a Master of Science in Health with a concentration in Kinesiology and Lifestyle Medicine and a Master of Science in Athletic Training. These programs prepare students to gain the knowledge and skills needed to become practitioners and leaders in their field of study.  


To optimize health and quality of life across the lifespan through translational scholarship, experiential learning, and community engagement. 

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement

The Department of Clinical and Applied Movement Sciences (CAMS) considers diversity, equity, and inclusion to be critical components of its mission.

We stand by the Statement of Unity and believe that our learning community is strengthened and enriched by our diverse students, staff, and faculty.

The CAMS community stands together with all, regardless of sex, race, ethnicity, religion, nationality, genetic information, gender identity, sexual orientation, ability, or other social identity categories. We are committed to building a culture of respect, civility, dignity, and promoting health and quality of life through our teaching, research, and service.

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Gifts to the Clinical and Applied Movement Sciences Department provide critical funding for student scholarships and enhance existing programs far beyond what is possible using state allocations alone.

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