The Master of Science in Physical Education Teacher Education offered by the College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences is a part-time program designed for teaching professionals. You will gain the skills necessary to design and implement comprehensive school activity programs, create evidence-based curriculum and instructional models in physical education and sport, integrate instructional technology in the gymnasium, classroom and sports arena, and implement physical activity programs for school-aged children.
The Master of Science in Sport Coaching offered by the College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences will prepare you to be a lifelong learner who can adapt to contemporary demands in the coaching profession. You will learn by applying the latest recommendations for best practice to your own coaching, and this program is perfect for individuals who have a coaching placement at the collegiate, scholastic, club or community level. The program is designed for success-oriented individuals who are motivated by career advancement, and graduates work as athletic trainers, in professional sport associations and organizations, and coaching athletes for improved sport performance.
The Master of Science in Sport Management offered by the College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences is designed to prepare you to work behind-the-scenes of the sport industry, one of the fastest growing industries in the U.S. You will be equipped with skills including management and leadership, sport marketing and finance, critical thinking, and problem solving to create appropriate solutions and implementing positive outcomes in their sport organizations. By melding innovative courses with professional development, you will find jobs in the areas of sales, marketing, fan relations, intercollegiate and interscholastic athletics, community recreation and sport centers, and sport goods and marketing companies.