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  • College of Health and Human Performance

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    Established in 1947, the College of Health and Human Performance’s three primary departments of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology (APK), Health Education and Behavior (HEB), and Tourism Recreation and Sport Management (TRSM) prepares its students to influence and improve an array of societal problems and challenges.


    Established: 1947


    • Department of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology
    • Department of Health Education and Behavior
    • Department of Tourism, Recreation and Sport Management
    • Programs: Undergraduate and combined bachelor’s and master’s degree programs


      Departments/Majors: 120 credits Specialization Options Minor
      Applied Physiology and Kinesiology
      Bachelor of Science in Applied Physiology and Kinesiology Exercise Physiology
      Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training   No
      Health Education and Behavior
      Bachelor of Science in Health Education Community Health Promotion (also available via UF Online), and Health Studies No
      Tourism, Recreation and Sport Management
      Bachelor of Science in Tourism, Event and Recreation Management Event Management;
      Recreation Management;
      Tourism and Hospitality Management
      Bachelor of Science in Sport Management (also available via UF Online) No

      Academic Advising: Each academic department has its own academic advisor. Schedule an appointment. It is a college policy that each student discusses his or her academic plan with an academic advisor before each registration and at any time regarding academic and/or career counseling matters.

      Computer Requirement

      Scholarships: General financial aid information can be obtained from the Office of Student Financial Affairs. In addition, the college offers annual merit-based scholarships.

      Internships and Career Guidance: During the semester of expected graduation, all students - except athletic training students - must complete a full semester internship. All coursework must be completed successfully prior to the internship.

      Student Organizations

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