The Plan A option of the Master of Science degree in the area of PETE is designed to prepare student for careers in the science an practice of teaching human movement. All students complete a core of general required courses and a concentration of courses in the area of PETE.
The PETE program of studies involves a minimum of thirty (30) credit hours of coursework, a thesis, and a final oral examination. At least twenty-five (25) credit hours of coursework is required from the Division of Kinesiology and Health (i.e., HLED and KIN courses), which includes the ten (10) hours of general required courses.
KIN 5019 - Instructional Models for Physical Education Credits: 3
Elective Courses (Minimum 8 Credits)
Students are encouraged to complete at least one course from outside the Division of Kinesiology and Health. All elective course decisions must be made in conjunction with your advisor.
Contributions of Independent Study, Practicum/Internship, and 4000 Level Coursework to M.S. Degree Program
Independent Study Coursework: Maximum of 3-credit hours of Individual Problems (HLED 5097/KIN 5097) or Special Problems (HLED 5587/KIN 5587) may contribute to the 25 credit hours from the Division of Kinesiology and Health.