Sport Pedagogy, Doctoral

The Sport Pedagogy program is to prepares students for teaching and research positions in universities as well as leadership positions in state or regional departments of education. Interdisciplinary collaboration and research across CEHD are viewed as integral components of the pedagogy program. Related experiences include working with undergraduate students in the microteaching laboratory, supervising student teachers and planning student teacher experiences. Specific areas of research correspond to those of the pedagogy faculty.

This specialization incorporates the core Kinesiology doctorate program requirements as well as providing an emphasis on pedagogy. Each student will complete courses in pedagogy, research design and analysis and a core Kinesiology block.

All students entering the doctorate program with a specialization in Pedagogy must meet the following prerequisites prior to entry:

  • Master's degree in physical education, education, or the equivalent from an accredited college or university.
  • Three years or more public school experience

A member of the graduate faculty to be admitted must accept students. Students must contact the faculty member directly.

Contact

Tami Hawkins

Academic Advisor II
328H Blocker
(979) 458-2673

Program Information

Program Details
Degree Level: 
Graduate
Credit Hours: 
70
Program Delivery: 
Traditional