Internship Program – Department of Kinesiology, Health Promotion, and Recreation; College of Education

Undergraduate Students – Program Requirements and Who to Contact

Health Promotion (Community Health Track)

Students must complete 6 hours of HLTH 4850. Their internship will serve as the capstone experience for students on the Community Health Track. Students must have completed HLTH 3110 prior to registering.

  • Academic Requirements: Learn more about HLTH 4850 and the requirements for the Health Promotion (Community Health Track) Internship. If you have questions about HLTH 4850 or the internship requirements, contact the Department of Kinesiology, Health Promotion, and Recreation; coe-khpr-info@unt.edu.
  • Meet Your Internship Specialist: Your Internship Specialist can assist you with searching for an internship position, writing an effective resume, preparing for interviews and other aspects of the internship process. Contact Aaron Anderson.

Health Promotion (Corporate Health Track)

Students must complete 6 hours of HLTH 4850. Their internship will serve as the capstone experience for students on the Corporate Health Track. Students must have completed HLTH 3110 prior to registering.

  • Academic Requirements: Learn more about HLTH 4850 and the requirements for the Health Promotion (Corporate Health Track) Internship. If you have questions about HLTH 4850 or the internship requirements, contact the Department of Kinesiology, Health Promotion, and Recreation; coe-khpr-info@unt.edu.
  • Meet Your Internship Specialist: Your Internship Specialist can assist you with searching for an internship position, writing an effective resume, preparing for interviews and other aspects of the internship process. Contact Aaron Anderson.

Kinesiology (Athletic Training Track)

Students on the Athletic Training Track must complete 3 hours of KINE 4860. The following prerequisites are required: A minimum GPA of 3.25 in the Kinesiology core courses (KINE 3020, KINE 3050, KINE 3080, KINE 3090, KINE 4000, and KINE 4050), successful completion of the University core courses and consent of department.

  • Academic Requirements: Learn more about KINE 4860 and the requirements for the Health Promotion (Community Health Track) Internship. If you have questions about KINE 4860 or the internship requirements, contact Doryce Judd; Doryce.Judd@unt.edu.
  • Meet Your Internship Specialist: Your Internship Specialist can assist you with searching for an internship position, writing an effective resume, preparing for interviews and other aspects of the internship process. Contact Aaron Anderson.

Kinesiology (All Other Tracks)

  • Academic Requirements: Learn more about KINE 4860 and the requirements for the Health Promotion (Community Health Track) Internship. If you have questions about KINE 4860 or the internship requirements, contact Doryce Judd; Doryce.Judd@unt.edu.
  • Meet Your Internship Specialist: Your Internship Specialist can assist you with searching for an internship position, writing an effective resume, preparing for interviews and other aspects of the internship process. Contact Aaron Anderson.

Recreation, Event, and Sport Management

Each recreation, event and sport management student is required to complete a total of 12 credit hours of on-site internship experience (RECR 4100). Prerequisites: Completion of RESM 3050 and RESM 4050, plus seven additional RESM core courses; A minimum of 2.25 overall GPA; a minimum of 2.50 GPA in all RESM courses with a C or better in each course; Verification of 400 “service” hours of paid or voluntary experience in a recreation, park, sport or leisure service agency within the past 48 months; and Departmental permission to enroll in the course.

  • Academic Requirements: Learn more about RECR 4100 and the requirements for the Recreation, Event, and Sport Management Internship. If you have questions about RECR 4100 or the internship requirements, contact the Department of Kinesiology, Health Promotion, and Recreation; coe-khpr-info@unt.edu.
  • Meet Your Internship Specialist: Your Internship Specialist can assist you with searching for an internship position, writing an effective resume, preparing for interviews and other aspects of the internship process. Contact Aaron Anderson.

Graduate Students – Program Requirements and Who to Contact

Kinesology

  • Academic Requirements: If you have questions about potential internship credit for Kinesiology graduate students, please contact the Department of Kinesiology, Health Promotion, and Recreation; coe-khpr-info@unt.edu.
  • Meet Your Internship Specialist: Your Internship Specialist can assist you with searching for an internship position, writing an effective resume, preparing for interviews and other aspects of the internship process. Contact Aaron Anderson.

Recreation, Event, and Sport Management

  • Academic Requirements: If you have questions about potential internship credit for graduate students in Recreation, Event, and Sports Management, please contact the Department of Kinesiology, Health Promotion, and Recreation; coe-khpr-info@unt.edu.
  • Meet Your Internship Specialist: Your Internship Specialist can assist you with searching for an internship position, writing an effective resume, preparing for interviews and other aspects of the internship process. Contact Aaron Anderson.
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