This series contains undergraduate honors theses based on the thesis professor’s department. It includes theses from the previous Department of Kinesiology, Leisure and Sport Sciences.

If you are an undergraduate student submitting your honors thesis, please click here to access the submission form.

Follow

Theses/Dissertations from 2017

PDF

The Relationship Between Body Image and Exercise Type, Ashley Littrell

Theses/Dissertations from 2016

PDF

INVESTIGATION INTO THE BARBELL BACKSQUAT COMPARING WEIGHTLIFTING SHOES TO BAREFOOT CONDITIONS, Alex W. Pilkinton

Theses/Dissertations from 2015

PDF

The Relationship between Pass Completion Percentage and Perceived Player Workload in NCAA Division I Women's Soccer, Alexa L. Passingham

Theses/Dissertations from 2013

PDF

The Relationship of Strength (IPF(N), IPFkg) Compared to Running Endurance (VO2 and time to Exhaustion) in Recreationally Competitive Athletes., Jonathan Dale Blankenship

PDF

Electromyographical Analysis of Barefoot Squat: A Clinical Perspective., Sarah E. Brown

PDF

The Relationship of Anthropometric Measures to Vertical Jump Height., R. C. Kerns

PDF

Feelings of connectedness to nature: A comparison of Park & Recreation Management students and Sport Management students., N. E. Scarborough

Theses/Dissertations from 2012

PDF

Authority Enthusiasm and its Importance as a Teaching Tool in the Team Up for Healthy Living Intervention Program., Caroline Crenshaw

PDF

Acute Exercise and its Effect on Cognitive Performance in Sleep Deprived Individuals: A Review of Literature., Jennifer Nicole Miller

Theses/Dissertations from 2011

PDF

An Economic Impact Analysis For The 2nd Annual Bluegrass, Old-Time Music And Dance Festival in the Village of Stone Mountain, Georgia., Kevin A. Lane

PDF

The Relationship of Strength and Body Composition to Vertical Jump Ability in Division 1 Female Volleyball Players., Alyssa Shedlarski

Theses/Dissertations from 2010

PDF

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PHYSICAL FACTORS TO AGILITY PERFORMANCE IN COLLEGIATE TENNIS PLAYERS, Ian A. McKinley