Are you ready to complete your athletic training degree to achieve certification, elevate your focus in community health and recreation or take the next step as a fundraising and nonprofit professional? Graduate degrees that are part of the Department of Health, Recreation and Community Services and the Graduate College can get you there.
You'll find flexibility with a fully online master's degree program in philanthropy and nonprofit development. As you seek your certification in athletic training, you'll benefit from a robust mix of classwork and clinical experience. And the newly adopted master's in community health and recreation (for students entering the program as of fall 2020) provides an adaptable foundation for your areas of interest in leadership, linked by a foundation in focus on health and healthy lifestyles. And, one of the four areas of intensive study in the College of Education doctoral program awaits.
HRCS graduate degrees
Master of Arts (M.A. or M.ATR.)
- Master of Arts in Athletic Training (M.ATR.)
- Community health and recreation (M.A.)
- Philanthropy/nonprofit development (M.A.)
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)
- Allied health, recreation and community services, Intensive Study Area within the Doctor of Education program.