Graduate Program

The Department of Kinesiology offers a Master of Science in Athletic Training (first cohort will begin in summer 2020) and a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Physical Education with a concentration in either Physical Education Advanced Licensure or Exercise/Sports Administration. Students interested in the Master of Arts in Teaching with a specialization in Health/Physical Education (M.A.T) are assigned a graduate advisor within the department and complete all content courses housed in the department.

Graduate students should refer to the following documents for important policies and procedures related the Department of Kinesiology graduate programs and capstone thesis.

The Department of Kinesiology makes every effort to provide an efficient plan for degree program completion and ensures that all courses are available each year to facilitate graduate students' progress.  The plan available below outlines the planned graduate courses available for students over the next several semesters.  Please note that summer classes must have at least 6 students to be taught and courses during the academic year are subject to be cancelled for low enrollment as well.