Ross Bouma Instructor in Kinesiology; Department Chair


M.P.E., Idaho State University
B.A., Dordt College

RSC 121

Ross Bouma has a Master of Physical Education degree with an emphasis in athletic administration, more than 15 years of experience teaching physical education and health, and eight years of administrative experience in education and athletics. He has coached a variety of sports, including football, soccer, basketball, track and golf. While a member of the Iowa High School Athletic Association, he served on the association's Basketball Advisory Committee. Bouma is also certified as an Emergency Medical Technician and serves part time as an EMT for the Orange City Area Health System.

KIN124 - Racquetball

(1 credit)

KIN180 - Introduction to Kinesiology

Introduction to the field of kinesiology including aims, objectives, history, philosophy, programs, principles, basic concepts of organization and administration, professional organizations, and the relationship of Christian commitment to the field.(3 credits)

KIN241 - Directed Field Experience in Kinesiology I

Provides exposure to a variety of careers related to fitness, therapy, or sport management. Prerequisite: KIN180 or 182. (1 credit)

KIN402 - Assessment in Physical Education

Introduction to measurement theory and basic statistical analysis, and practical experience in measuring physical fitness, motor skills, social development, knowledge and test construction.(2 credits, alternate years, consult department)

Teacher and coach, Unity Christian High School, Orange City, IA

Assistant varsity men's basketball coach, Dordt College, Sioux Center, IA

Emergency medical technician, Orange City Area Health System

Iowa High School Athletic Association, Basketball Advisory Committee member, 2013-14