Kinesiology & Sport Performance
Grow your career and advance your expertise with a master’s degree in kinesiology and sport performance. Created for students who are new graduates who want to continue your education OR a professional seeking to advance your career, this on campus program provides:
- Small classes of about 15 students
- Doctorate-prepared faculty who offer one-on-one mentoring and applied research opportunities related to education, athletics and community wellness
- Access to labs and classrooms with state-of-the-art equipment and technology
- Internship opportunities available with Strength and Conditioning
Among students applying for doctoral programs.
All who apply and were eligible for graduate assistantships or scholarships to this program have received at least partial funding.
Doctorate-prepared faculty with you every step of the way.
Courses and Careers
- Advanced Exercise Physiology
- Advanced Biomechanics
- Strength and Conditioning
- Sport Psychology
- Sport Administration
With the master’s in kinesiology and sport performance, you might be ready to apply to a doctoral program with the potential career in higher education. Or, sooner rather than later, advance your career in one of these areas:
- Strength and conditioning
- Sport administration
Blending Research with Teaching
“I tell students to always believe in themselves, and when I see students think about this and realize that every person can exceed expectations and become what no one thought they could be is awesome to see. Helping guide a student to a great outcome is a special feeling.”Meet Terence Moriarty
Going That Next Step
“I am a teacher by trade, so I highly value education. I knew for a while that I wanted to go on and teach a science-related discipline in higher education, so my master’s degree has provided me with teaching experiences in higher education, as well as my first taste of research that would be expected of me as a university professor.”Meet Kylie Wilson
Putting Skills Into Action
“Being able to coach the women’s tennis team in strength and conditioning has been my favorite experience at UNI. This group of ladies is nothing but disciplined and hardworking, and being able to make an impact on them has been very rewarding.”Meet Sammy Camacho