Program Coordinator: Tom Raedeke (172 Minges Coliseum; 252-737-1292; email@example.com)
Coordinators by Concentration Area:
- Adapted Physical Education: Jihoun An (154 Minges Coliseum; 252-328-4662; firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Biomechanics: Zach Domire (332-A Ward Sports Medicine Building; 252-737-4564; email@example.com)
- Exercise Physiology: Joe Houmard (380 Ward Sports Medicine Building; 252-737-4617; firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Physical Activity Promotion: Katrina Dubose (174 Minges Coliseum; 252-328-1599; email@example.com)
- Physical Education Pedagogy: Bomna Ko (153 Minges Coliseum; 252-328-0017; firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Sport and Exercise Psychology: Tom Raedeke (172 Minges Coliseum; 252-737-1292; email@example.com)
- Sport Management: Mark Moore (150 Minges Coliseum; 252-328-0004; firstname.lastname@example.org)
The master of science degree in kinesiology prepares students for careers or advanced academic training in the broad realm of kinesiology. The program offers seven areas of concentration - adapted physical education, biomechanics, exercise physiology, physical activity promotion, physical education pedagogy, sport and exercise psychology, and sport management. Students may choose from two options: thesis and nonthesis.
Students whose undergraduate preparation lacks essential prerequisite course work or whose baccalaureate degree is in a nonrelated field may have additional requirements. All degree candidates must pass the kinesiology comprehensive examination.
The basic curriculum plan for each option within the master of science in kinesiology program requires a minimum of 36 s.h. as follows: