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UW Division of Kinesiology and Health

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The Division of Kinesiology and Health prides itself on creating an atmosphere of excellence and professional advancement. The academic environment provides students with resources to develop skills and knowledge in their chosen field.

Undergraduate and Graduate students alike will be challenged to think critically, explore new areas of study, and Go Beyond the Boundaries of current knowledge to make new discoveries.




Professional Development

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    Certificates and Endorsements

    Tools to Equip you to Acheive Your Career Goals

    The Division of Kinesiology and Health offers a variety of educational programs designed to help further your career goals!

    Physical Education Teacher Education options:

    The following programs and endorsements are specific to Wyoming Public Schools and in accordance with the Professional Teaching Standards Board. Endorsements can be earned in: 


    Adapted Physical Education

    School Health Education K-12

    Athletic Coaching Endorsement/Permit 


    Graduate Certificate in Community & Public Health

    The Division of Kinesiology and Health is pleased to offer an entirely online, asynchronous Graduate Certificate in Community & Public Health, available to anyone interested in public health and to UW graduate students and high achieving undergraduates in any school or department. See certificate details and details on how to enroll if you are not already at UW by clicking the link below.

    CPH Certificate

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    Internships & Research

    KIN/HLED 4015 - Internship Experience KIN/HLED 4016 - Research Experience


    The following are the minimum requirements for all students in KIN/HLED 4015/4016. Additional requirements may be necessary, depending upon your specialization and internship site.

    1. Senior status (90 credit hours completed).
    2. Completion of all K&HP program Core requirements.
    3. Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75.
    4. Current Cardiopulmonary Life Support (CPR) Certification.
    5. Current CHS background check.
    6. For KIN 4015 Internship experience - Completion of KIN 3024 (ALL students).
    7. For KIN 4016 Research experience – professor’s approval.


    Application Deadlines

    Spring Semester:

    November 10th

    Summer Semester:

    The Monday after Spring Break

    Fall Semester:

    May 15th

    Additional Information


    Internship Tools

    All internship and research requirements are available on Wyocourses during the enrolled semester.

     Reports & Evaluations

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    Division of Kinesiology and Health Speaker Series

    Spring 2024

    Join the Division of Kinesiology and Health for an upcoming Professional Development opportunity. Visit this semester's current speaker series!





Contact Us

UW Division of Kinesiology and Health

Corbett Building 119

Laramie , WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-5284


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