Activity Program

The Kinesiology department provides a dynamic activity program with a wide variety of courses for students to select from to meet the SJSU Physical Education graduation requirement.

Program Information

Physical Activity Classes

Physical Activity Requirement

General Education

The Department of Kinesiology offers numerous courses and sections in the lower division and upper division general education programs for all students at SJSU. See below for more information on our general education course offerings. 

Program Information

The department's General Education classes meet university requirements in these areas:

C: Arts & Letters

E: Human understanding & Development

R: Earth & Environment

S: Self, Society & Equality in the U.S.

V: Culture, Civilization & Global Understanding



Graduate Master of Arts Program

We offer an M.A. degree which consists of approximately 30-39 units, depending on the specific concentration. 

Program Information


Graduate Concentrations

Athletic Training

Exercise Physiology

Sport Management

Sport Studies

General MA in Kinesiology

Undergraduate Bachelor of Science Programs

There are three degree programs for students to choose from at the undergraduate level. A baccalaureate degree in Athletic Training; a baccalaureate degree in Kinesiology; and a baccalaureate degree in Kinesiology, preparation for Teacher Education.  

Program Information

Useful Links

Core Courses

Course Listings

Course Syllabi


Undergraduate Advising Handbook


Athletic Training B.S. Degree

Kinesiology B.S. Degree - Specializations

Exercise & Fitness Specialist (Exercise Physiology)

Exercise Physiology Laboratory

Clinical Exercise Physiology Laboratory/Human Neural Control Laboratory 

Sports & Fitness Evaluation Program (SAFE)

Inclusive Physical Activity in Communities (IPAC) (PreOT)

Individualized Studies 

Rehabilitation Sciences (PrePT)

Sport Management & Culture

Transfer Curriculum Studies 

Kinesiology B.S. Degree - Preparation for Teaching

Single Subject Teaching

Adapted Physical Education

Note: For students interested in information pertaining to a career in physical therapy, check this page:

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