Online and Hybrid Programs

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Convenience. Career advancement. Affordability. Discover these qualities through our online and hybrid graduate-level programs.

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Literacy Education: Birth-Grade 12 (M.S.Ed.)

In this fully online program, teachers from any discipline improve their skills working with readers of all abilities. Full-time students can earn two certifications in one calendar year.

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Physical Education: Coaching Pedagogy (M.S.Ed.)

This hybrid program, geared to those who are passionate about coaching, involves online coursework and three short, on-campus residency components. Topics include motor development, skills analysis and sports conditioning.

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Physical Education Leadership (M.S.Ed.)

Designed for current physical education professionals seeking leadership roles in their schools or districts, students join one of the nation’s strongest programs and learn from experts in the field. One short, on-campus residency visit in the summer is required.

sport management graduate Katie Keenan working at the NFL Draft

Sport Management (M.S.)

Learn more about the industry experience you need from professors who have it. The degree involves 24 credit hours of online coursework plus an internship or master’s project. Full- or part-time study is available.

therapeutic recreation graduate Jessica Daily working at a healthcare facility for the elderly

Therapeutic Recreation Certificate Program

Comprised of six master’s-level courses, this program is geared for people looking to pursue national certification in therapeutic recreation. They go on to work in parks, hospitals and many other settings. Coursework also counts toward a master’s degree.

Graduate Admissions Office
Miller Building, Room 106

Phone: 607-753-4800
Fax: 607-753-5988

Monday through Friday
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.