Understand Physical Education, Recreation, and Kinesiology with compassion
The Physical Education, Recreation, and Kinesiology program at Trinity builds future leaders in the area who understand fitness, sports, leisure, and good stewardship of the human body. Graduates should be able to articulate an understanding of diversity issues including age, race, gender, learning style, differing abilities, socio-economic, and cultural backgrounds, and their effects on human movement.
At Trinity, a B.A. in exercise sciences focuses on developing hearts, souls, strength, and minds to serve God.
If you have a drive to become an excellent teacher and coach, a B.A. in physical education from Trinity will equip you to embrace and articulate a Christian perspective of physical activity and stewardship of the body.
Dr. Shari Jurgens ’92 is passionate about encouraging her students and the wider community to make fitness and exercise not only a priority, but an activity that is enjoyable. “Physical activity in itself is important, but making it fun and habitual is even more important.”