The Master of Science Degree in Physical Education prepares candidates to:
MAT or GRE with B.S. degree in physical education, health, or physical education and sport science. In exceptional cases, a candidate without a major in physical education or a related area but with a strong emphasis in the health and wellness field is accepted.
For thesis option, 30 credits, including core courses KIN 530, and 599. For nonthesis option, 33 credits, including core courses KIN 530, 591, and a written master's comprehensive examination. Required courses for each concentration include the following: exercise science experimental track: EXS 531, 559, and 562; exercise science clinical track: EXS 559, 565, 581, and KIN 592; teaching and administration: KIN 510, 520, and 550; psychosocial perspectives: KIN 578 or EXS 581. Additionally, recommended electives are indicated for each program concentration.
Congratulations to the 2014 Desposito Scholarship award winners Olivia Chaves, Secondary Education, English and Erica Ball, Physical Education.