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Master's Degree in Sport Pedagogy

For more information contact:

Dr. Glenn Miller
Department of HHPR
Graduate Sport Pedagogy Program Director
One Bear Place #97313, 76798-7313
(254) 710-4001

Description

This program prepares students for careers in teaching physical education and coaching. Students have also used this program to specialize in strength and conditioning as well as sport psychology.

The program also provides an option for students to obtain their teaching certification concurrently with their master's degree. Note that this is possible regardless of undergraduate degree area.


Requirements

Statistics Core (6 hours)
HP 5379 Research Methods in HHPR
EDP 5334 Statistical Methods or STAT 5300 Statistical Methods

Emphasis Core (15 hours)
HP 5334 Pedagogy and Physical Education
HP 5368 Motor Learning
HP 5335 Sport Pedagogy
HP 5354 Advanced Methods of Strength & Conditioning
HP 5370 Sport Psychology
HP 5377 Issues & Trends in Human Performance/Sport Management
HP 5384 Biomechanics

Field Experience Core (3-6 hours)
*HP 5V90 Internship
*HP 5V94 Practicum

Restricted Electives (3-6 hours)

(Please see Dr. Miller for approval)
HP 5V99 Thesis (6 hours - may replace internship)

Course Sequence for Master's Degree in Sport Pedagogy

Fall
HP 5335 – Sport Pedagogy
HP 5354 – Advanced Methods of Strength & Conditioning
HP 5384 – Biomechanics

Spring
HP 5334 – Pedagogy & Physical Education or an Elective
HP 5368 – Motor Learning
HP 5379 – Research Methods

Summer 1
5377 – Issues and Trends in HP & Sport Management
EDP 5334 – Statistical Methods
Elective

Summer 2
HP 5370 – Sport Psychology
Elective (if one was not taken during Summer 1)

2nd Fall
HP 5V90 - Internship

Faculty

Dr. Karen Fredenburg
Associate Professor, Pedagogy

Dr. Pete Grandjean
Associate Professor, Strength & Conditioning, Exercise Physiology

Dr. Glenn Miller
Graduate Sport Pedagogy Program Coordinator
Professor, Pedagogy and Coaching

Dr. Joe Shim
Associate Professor, Biomechanics

Dr. Margaret Wooddy
Professor, Motor Learning & Development

Additional Information

For more specific information about this program, please contact Dr. Glenn Miller, Sport Pedagogy Program Coordinator. For general information about admissions to the graduate program, please contact Dr. Jeff Petersen, Graduate Program Director.