KINE 4398 (taken during the 1st half of the term)
KINE 4399 (taken during the 2nd half of the term)

The School of Kinesiology values applied learning experiences. Consequently, the majority of students are required to complete an internship and many of the other students choose to do so. Students are responsible for conceptualizing and planning, with the help of faculty mentors, their own internship experiences that best meet their specific career goals.

IMPORTANT — Because a significant amount of planning and coordination is required prior to the term in which a student completes his/her internship, enrollment in these courses is restricted. Please contact the faculty member who is associated with your degree program.

BS in Kinesiology

ATRN (internship REQUIRED)Dr. Andrea Green,[email protected]
(254) 918-7673
EAHP (internship REQUIRED)Mrs. Stephanie Nelson, [email protected]
(254) 968-0796
FAST (internship REQUIRED)Dr. Tom Tallach, [email protected]
(254) 968-9347
CAAR (internship REQUIRED)Dr. Tom Tallach, [email protected]
(254) 968-9347
EXSS (internship RECOMMENDED)Dr. Tom Tallach, [email protected]
(254) 968-9347
PETE (N/A-Clinical Teaching REQUIRED) 

BS in Sport Management (internship RECOMMENDED)

Dr. Tom Tallach, [email protected]
(254) 968-9347

BAAS in Kinesiology (internship RECOMMENDED)

Dr. Tom Tallach, [email protected]
(254) 968-9347

MS in Kinesiology (REQUIRED for ‘non-thesis’ option)

Dr. Chet Martin, [email protected]
(254) 968-9346

MS in Athletic Training

Dr. Andra Green, [email protected]
(254) 918-7673