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Graduate Programs

The mission of the graduate program is to prepare professionals committed to the promotion of health-enhancing lifestyles by emphasizing the role of scholarship and focused disciplinary study. This advanced knowledge prepares a graduate to think conceptually and analytically, and to positively impact professional practices and policies in their chosen profession.

The School of KNR offers a variety of graduate assistantships, scholarship, and financial aid to qualified students. Click here to see the guidelines and access the application forms.

The Master of Science Degree in Kinesiology and Recreation is a 33 hour program over two academic years. Before applying, please review our specific admissions requirements. The M.S. Degree program offers seven sequences.

M.S. Degree Sequence Options


Application and Admission questions:

  • Noelle Selkow, Ph.D., Graduate Program Director  Phone: (309) 438-1875

M.S. Degree Sequence-Specific Questions:

  • Click the sequence option link above and contact the Graduate Sequence Coordinator for that program.

Teacher Education Opportunities

For those interested in teaching Kinesiology or Recreation in higher education, an interdisciplinary Ed.D. program in School of Teaching and Learning or Educational Administration and Foundations is available.

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Kinesiology and Recreation
Campus Box 5120
250 McCormick Hall
Normal, Il 61790-5120
Phone: (309) 438-8661
Fax: (309) 438-5559

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