The Department of Applied Physiology & Kinesiology is dedicated to improving quality of life through a better understanding and application of human movement. We are one of the best kinesiology master’s programs in the country, ranked #4 by the National Academy of Kinesiology out of doctorate granting institutions.
The College of Health & Human Performance empowers students with the tools, knowledge, and confidence to fulfill their dreams and become remarkable assets to their communities. Here, students and faculty endeavor to better understand the human body and how we can all work, feel, and live better. Our mission is to collaborate as an academic community to enrich lives, influence healthy living, and enhance human performance.
The mission of the University of Florida is to enable its students to lead and influence the next generation. With our land, sea, and space grants, we have been entrusted with the responsibilities of education, research, scholarship, and service.
The University of Florida was founded more than 160 years ago and we take pride in our tradition of academic excellence and innovation, both in the classroom and in research. This has earned UF a place among the top-ranked public universities in the country. UF is also home to one of the best collegiate sports programs in the country and famously leads the way in developing better techniques for advanced athletic performance.
As a part of our ongoing mission to address the educational needs of students nationwide, we strive to apply these principles of rigor, scholarship, and accessibility — virtues that have guided our institution since its establishment in 1853 — to our online degree programs.
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