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Admissions and Programs
Become an expert in healthy living
UIC’s Department of Kinesiology and Nutrition offers programs leading to Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees.
Our students learn with faculty who are leaders in their fields and passionate about their research to improve health and quality of life.
If you’re committed to providing quality care that enables people to live happier lives, you’re in the right place. Apply now!
Tuition is determined by the University of Illinois at Chicago. You can find the most up-to-date information on the Admissions website.
Funding your education can be complex, but we believe money shouldn’t be a barrier to reaching your goals. We’re committed to making college affordable by helping you through the financial aid process.
AHS students in good standing who demonstrate financial need are eligible for the Van Doren Scholarship.
The W.E. Van Doren Scholarship Fund in the University of Illinois Foundation provides income for scholarship in the field of medicine and related healing arts. Applications are accepted in the fall and spring terms.
Program-specific scholarships and awards
Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship
Promising kinesiology students of sophomore standing or above who have demonstrated an interest in the research of movement sciences faculty may be nominated to receive a Summer Research Fellowship. Recipients work closely with a principal investigator and graduate students in a movement sciences lab on a project designed by the student and faculty member. Depending on the length and nature of the research experience, the fellowship may include a stipend, tuition waiver, graduation credit, or some combination of the three.
Kris and Savitri Kamath Scholarship
The Kris and Savitri Kamath Scholarship is awarded for academic excellence to undergraduate and graduate students in human nutrition.
Kinesiology Graduate Assistantships
We offer assistantships in teaching, research, or a combination of both. Teaching assistantships are in the lab sections of anatomy and physiology, exercise physiology, motor control and learning, or the two undergraduate fitness assessment courses. Research assistantships are usually in the lab of your advisor or a faculty member pursuing research related to your own. Assistantships are competitive, so submit your materials early for full consideration.