Kinesiology Department

Graduate Programs

Kinesiology Department

  • Twenty-one full-time faculty with seventeen holding doctorate degrees, and seventeen part-time faculty members, and seven graduate teaching assistants
  • All academic programs are in full compliance with national accreditation standards
  • A variety of excellent career opportunities for graduates in a variety of health and human services careers

Graduate Programs

The Department of Kinesiology offers three masters programs: Master of Science in Health Promotion and Wellness Management, Master of Science in Administrative Studies with a Sports Management Option, and Master of Science Education in Secondary Education with a Physical Education Area of Emphasis.  The Kinesiology department also offers a Sports Management Certificate.  Please click on the links below (or the links on the left-hand side of this page) to view the web pages for the program of interest.

M.S. in Health Promotion and Wellness Management

M.S. in Administrative Studies: Sports Management Option

Sports Management Certificate

M.S.Ed. in Secondary Education: Physical Education Area of Emphasis

Program Coordinators

Health Promotion and Wellness Management (M.S.): Dr. Sarah McCallister, Department Head and Program Coordinator

Administrative Studies: Sports Management Option (M.S.): Dr. Gerald Masterson, Program Coordinator

Sports Management Certificate: Dr. Gerald Masterson, Certificate Advisor

Secondary Education: Physical Education Area of Emphasis (M.S.Ed.): Dr. David T. Oatman, Advisor for Physical Education Emphasis