The Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology prepares students for the study of human movement as it relates to physical activity, health, exercise and disease, and injury prevention and treatment. Using both human and animal models and reflecting research ranging from basic to applied, it draws from an interdisciplinary body of knowledge grounded in the biological, psychological, physical sciences, and social sciences. Students will study biomechanics, exercise physiology, motor control, motor development, and exercise and health psychology. Ninety percent of ASU kinesiology students prepare to become physical therapists. The program also prepares students for other graduate studies in health.