Graduate Program in Physical Education
GRADUATE PROGRAM IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Graduate study is offered through the Department of Physical Education leading to the Master of Education degree with a major in Physical Education. TheMaster of Education degree with a major in Physical Education is a thirty-six (36) hour program with eighteen (18) hours in Physical Education, twelve (12) hours in Education and six (6) graduate hours elective. These courses must be selected with the advice and approval of their Graduate Advisor in Physical Education. No more than twelve (12) hours of graduate transfer work may be counted on the degree.
GRADUATE COURSES IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Research and Testing (3-0). Research and testing in health and physical education; skills and physical fitness; the place of tests in health and physical education; and essential statistical procedures. Course may be taken more than one time when course content varies. (Fall/Spring/Summer) Problems in Physical Education (3-0). This course covers special aspects of physical education. There is a critical review of selected studies, literature, practices and procedures in the field. This is all applied to the solution of individual problems. Course may be taken more than one time when course content varies. (Various) Seminar in Health and Physical Education (3-0). A seminar with emphasis on research in health and physical education in both the elementary and secondary school fields. The course will include methods of research, selecting problems and preparing a written report on the study. Course may be taken more than once when course content varies. (Various) Individual Research. Topics will be selected by the instructor in consultation with the student. Course may be taken more than one time when course content varies. (Various)