Degree Programs

As a graduate student in our department, you will pursue your degree in either Health Behavior and Health Education or Kinesiology.

Major Health Behavior and Health Education Kinesiology
Area of Study Health Behavior and Health Education Exercise Physiology
Rehabilitation and Movement Science
Physical Culture and Sport Studies
Doctoral (Ph.D.)* Health Behavior and Health Education Exercise Physiology
Rehabilitation and Movement Science
Physical Culture and Sport Studies
Master of Science (M.S.) Health Behavior and Health Education Exercise Physiology
Exercise and Sport Psychology
Rehabilitation and Movement Science
Sport Management
Master of Education (M.Ed.) Health Behavior and Health Education Exercise Physiology
Exercise and Sport Psychology
Rehabilitation and Movement Science
Sport Management
Sport Management (Online)
Prerequisites Doctoral applicants:
Research Methods
Behavioral Science
Statistics
Master's applicants:
Theory and Methods in Health Education and/or Health Promotion
Behavioral Science
Statistics
Doctoral and Master's applicants:
Human Anatomy
Exercise Physiology
Biomechanics
Human Vertebrate Physiology or Motor Control/Learning
Physical Culture and Sport Studies (Doctoral) applicants:
History of Sport and Physical Activity or equivalent
Sport Management (Master's) applicants:
Management Theory
Marketing Principles
Finance or Accounting

*All doctoral programs offer an interdisciplinary option of study. For details, contact the Graduate Program Coordinator.

Contacts

Photo of Thomas HuntThomas Hunt, Associate Professor and Graduate Advisor. As the Graduate Advisor and a faculty member in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, Dr. Hunt oversees the graduate curriculum, degree plans, advancement to candidacy, dissertations and theses, grievances, and serves as a liaison between the Graduate School and KHE faculty.
Photo of Phillip SalazarPhillip Salazar, Graduate Coordinator. As Graduate Program Coordinator, Phillip Salazar assists the Department Chair, Graduate Advisor, Executive Assistant, faculty, staff and graduate students in the operations of the graduate program and degrees offered in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, including registration, enrollment, academic appointments, scholarships, admissions, candidacy, graduation, and maintaining academic records.