Kinesiology is science with a difference—a fast-growing field with opportunities as diverse as health education, scientific research, community development, and fitness training. The Department of Kinesiology offers two Undergraduate majors: Kinesiology, or Physical Education Health Teacher Education. The UNCG Department of Kinesiology has over a century of experience and leadership in this exciting, dynamic field, and we offer a range of concentrations and minors that will help you make a difference.
We look forward to supporting you over the coming semesters as you work towards your degree. Explore the links below for important information current students need to know:
- Undergraduate Advising
- Student Organizations
- Graduation Requirements
- Current student forms
Undergraduate Program Organization
If you have questions about the Undergraduate Program, we are here to help. Feel free to contact us with any questions regarding transferring, changing your major, the structure of the program, or any other questions you may have.
- Director of Undergraduate Studies: Dr. Aaron Terranova, email@example.com
- PEHTE Program Coordinator: Professor Judy Fowler, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Administrative Assistant for Undergraduate Programs: Emily Britt, email@example.com
Welcome to the Kinesiology Graduate Program. We look forward to working with you over the coming semesters as you progress towards your graduate degree in Kinesiology. During this exciting and challenging period of your studies, you will have a great deal to keep in mind. Here you’ll find some important and useful resources to help you along the way.
Admitted students can find more information about the Graduate Program on our Canvas Organization. Throughout the year, the graduate program administrative assistant, director of graduate study, and faculty will send relevant information by email, so please be sure to check your UNCG email on a regular basis.
Graduate Program Organization
If you have questions about the Graduate program, we are here to help.
- Director of Graduate Study: Dr. Paul Davis, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Graduate Programs Administrative Assistants: Dr. Jean Rosales, email@example.com or Carine Kelleher, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Important Graduate School Deadlines
Please review the Graduate School deadlines at the beginning of each semester to ensure you do not miss important information. The Graduate School adheres strictly to these deadlines.
Important Graduate School Forms
UNCG’s Graduate School website at https://grs.uncg.edu/forms/ hosts a number of important forms you will need to complete throughout the course of your graduate program. Relevant forms can be found under the Enrolled Student Forms tab.
Departmental Records of Progress
As part of your graduate studies, you will need to fill out a copy of your official Record of Progress. This serves as your masters degree plan. The original copy of your Record of Progress must be kept on file in your Graduate Record with the Graduate Office, but you may check it out of your file briefly, or make a copy for your records. Your Record of Progress will help you keep track of the documentation and steps required to complete your degree. You can download a Record of Progress form here.
Please see the Colloquium Page for details of upcoming graduate colloquium talks.