Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
The Ph.D. degree is a research intensive degree that is designed for those who desire to obtain academic positions at the university level. To be eligible for consideration for admittance into the Ph.D. program, applicants must complete a master’s degree from an accredited institution by the enrollment date.
Areas of Study
- Applied Neuromechanics
- Exercise Physiology
- Curriculum and Pedagogy Studies in Physical Education
- Sport and Exercise Psychology
- General Kinesiology – Includes specializations in Community Youth Sport Development and Motor Behavior
Contact Person per Concentration
- Applied Neuromechanics – Dr. Randy Schmitz
- Exercise Physiology – Dr. Allan Goldfarb
- Motor Behavior – Dr. Christopher Rhea
- Curriculum and Pedagogy Studies in Physical Education – Dr. Ang Chen
- Community Youth Sport Development – Dr. Thomas Martinek
- Sport and Exercise Psychology – Dr. Jennifer Etnier
For detailed information on the courses in this program, view the Graduate Bulletin.