At PLNU we care about the health and wellness of the whole person — body, mind, and soul. Learn more about kinesiology, athletic training, and sport and exercise science with the resources and information here, and consider jumping into these dynamic industries by earning a bachelor's or master's degree in kinesiology of your own.
If you’re looking for a career involving active movement, out-of-the-box thinking, and helping others, a career in occupational therapy (OT) might be for you! Learn more about this career rising in popularity.
The career choice between occupational or physical therapy can be a daunting decision. Through this article, one can compare the varying day-to-day demands, education pathways, work environments, and average pay of occupational therapists and physical therapists.
PLNU’s master’s programs offer students a high-value education that will set them apart in the job market.
Learn more about the steps required to become a football coach at the high school, college, or NFL level. Discover how a Master of Science in Kinesiology, Sport Management from Point Loma Nazarene University can help achieve a fulfilling career.
PLNU’s newest graduate program is the first physician assistant degree of its kind In San Diego.
There are several unique subsets within the field of kinesiology. Knowing the difference between kinesiology, exercise science, and sport performance specializations is important for choosing the path that’s best for your career.
Are you ready to hit the ground running in the world of sports management? It may seem overwhelming to look at all of your options, so we consolidated a list of five career paths in sports you may be interested in taking.
The connections with MLB teams and biomechanics researchers, as well as the kinesiology department’s fully-equipped lab, puts PLNU students in a unique position to successfully pursue biomechanics as a career.
So you’re considering the graduate school adventure! Here are ten reasons why earning an advanced degree can help you meet your needs on every level, from physiological to self-actualization.
Play isn't just for children. See why our lack of play, recreation, and leisure as adults is hurting us physically, emotionally, and spiritually.