Find Your Advisor
Our mission is to provide our students with the most accurate and timely information as it pertains to their academic success. Our advisors are well versed in the many majors and minors that the School of Kinesiology has to offer as well as academic policies and procedures that can affect student success.
Undergraduate students in the School of Kinesiology should contact their program advisor:
Students should meet with their program advisor regularly to plan and adjust academic schedules to ensure timely progression towards their degree in the School of Kinesiology. Students also can monitor their academic progress on Patriot Web. This self service website offers Mason students the opportunity to monitor their academic status through a degree evaluation, which shows what courses need to be satisfied in the general education requirements, professional concentration requirements, and electives.
Students also have available to them faculty members in their concentration areas who schedule weekly office hours to answer questions regarding internship ideas, retention issues, course substitutions, and overall advice on activities that will help them get the most from the Mason experience and to prepare for a successful career in their field.
For more information, or to meet with an advisor, click on the program you're interested in below.
- B.S. in Athletic Training
- B.S. in Kinesiology
- Mason Core Requirements – (37-38 credits)
- Professional Concentration – (67 – 82 credits)
- Electives – (0 – 16)
Each academic degree and or concentration has a specific set of course requirements. These requirements are separated into the following three categories, which vary by degree:
Advising sheets show the pre-requisites and co-requisites for all of the required courses in each major and concentration. It is very important for students to meet with an academic advisor to map out a four year plan to complete the required courses in a timely manner.
Click below for a for a listing of advising sheets for past catalog years for each program.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law established to protect the privacy of student records. The Office of Student Affairs and the CHHS faculty and staff abide by these privacy guidelines. Confidential student information will not be communicated to a third party, including immediate family members, without the expressed consent of the student, except when allowed under FERPA law.