Featured Program: Doctorate in Kinesiology

The School of Kinesiology offers a nationally ranked Ph.D. program in kinesiology with its five different concentrations: biomechanics and neuromotor control, exercise physiology, perceptual-motor control and learning, physical activity and sport science, and sport management. Because there is such a variety in concentrations, professors and students have the option to be engaged in a range of scholarly research across the physical and social science spectrum. This diverse set of research provides faculty and staff the ability to work across the nation or internationally with other experts.

Presentation at First Annual Graduate Research Symopsium

Presentation at First Annual Graduate Research Symopsium

The Ph.D. program is not only attractive to prospective students for the opportunity to conduct exciting research, but also because of the special dynamic our program has with the university. The school is a small department housed in one of the largest universities in the United States. This provides students with an intimate experience in the classroom and with mentors while maintaining the exciting qualities of a large university.

The internationally competitive doctoral program provides students with myriad opportunities and experiences that will prepare them academically for an exciting future. The doctoral program provides students with many wonderful opportunities making students feel prepared and excited for the future. Postdoctoral students earn amazing positions in academia, industry, and clinical settings. This program successful challenges students in both academic and research productivity and stands as a truly exceptional program.

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