All graduate courses and practicum are offered at the Center of Achievement through Adapted Physical Activity. The Center has been providing internationally recognized adapted fitness programs for people with disabilities for over 40 years while training many kinesiology students and health professionals. Currently the Center offers both aquatic and land-based therapeutic exercise programs for approximately 400 individuals with special needs. It houses two main state of the art program areas: the Abbott Linda Brown Aquatic Therapy Center including four distinctively designed therapy pools with numerous aquatic exercise equipment and the Land-based Therapeutic Exercise Center which has more than 80 accessible adapted fitness equipment and a large expansion room for group classes, such as adapted Yoga and Tai Chi sessions. APA graduate students are actively involved in instructing adapted exercise classes and conducting clinical research projects at the Center.