About this course
A Master of Arts in Sport Education will equip you with a deep knowledge of physical education and fitness disciplines, preparing you to instruct others in a variety of health and wellness programs in businesses and schools.
The Sport Education program includes instruction in methodology, science, socio-culture and administration, while also offering elective opportunities in psychology, supervision and evaluation, leadership and ethics, and other topics. You will also learn how to develop plans for health risk prevention, understand social issues in physical activity and sport, and identify appropriate instructional techniques and strategies for your career setting.
You can complete all of the Master of Arts in Sport Education online. The program does not include recommendation for graduate-level North Carolina teaching licensure.
- An official transcript of all previous academic work beyond high school to be sent directly from each institution attended. The Privacy Act requires that each student request in writing that transcripts be released to the Graduate School Office.
- Scores on either the Graduate Record Examination (GRE); Miller Analogies Test (MAT); or for appropriate programs, PRAXIS II Subject Assessment. For more information regarding these tests, please visit their official websites:
- Three professional references on graduate reference forms and five professional references for Ed.D. applicants.