MS in Kinesiology

 Graduate students in Kinesiology select from one of two areas of concentration:

Biophysical Kinesiology encompassing the Exercise Physiology, Human Performance, and Neuromechanics laboratories)

Psychosocial Kinesiology encompassing the Physical Activity and Public Health, Sport and Exercise Psychology, and Disabilities Research laboratories. Faculty contact information and a detailed description of the research being conducted may be found on each laboratory’s webpage.

 

Option

An option is focused on an area of study designed to provide a student with specialized knowledge, competence and skills while sharing a minimum of core courses. The Adapted Physical Activity option is available to students in the major of Kinesiology and is transcript visible.

 

Professionally oriented degrees

We have developed several new professionally oriented degrees at the master’s level. Refer to the Master of Adapted Physical Education and Athletic Training sites for updates on these initiatives.

 

Degree Program requirements

 

Handbook

Applying for Admission

More information for prospective and current students can be found in Students.

 

Graduate Assistantships and Scholarships

Graduate assistantships are available in teaching and research to highly qualified candidates. Graduate assistantship annual support ranges from $9,595-$22,176 based on assignment (and also includes a waiver of graduate tuition). Application forms and deadlines can be found in How to Apply and Fellowships.

 

More Information

Details about academic programs, faculty, students and research can be found throughout this site or contact Marc Norcross, Ph.D, ATC, graduate program director.

If you have general questions about our graduate programs, please contact Debi Rothermund, operations manager.

 

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