Master of Arts in Education: Physical Education Administration Option

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This is a new graduate program for
physical education teachers who are
interested in furthering their education
and professional development.

Graduates of this program will receive
a Master of Arts in Education with
an emphasis in Physical Education Administration. The Physical Education Administration option is designed to provide advanced studies in physical education, as
well as knowledge and understanding of the basic foundations and theories of educational administration. The curriculum objectives promote a blending of theory and practice to assist students who seek advancement within their chosen field in education, public service, or the
private sector. Graduates from this program will meet requirements necessary for teaching
physical education at the community college level, as well as meeting requirements for
various school administrative positions.

The Master of Arts in Education, Physical Education Administration Option is structured as
a differential tuition program, with graduates completing a total of 30 units. Students will
complete 18 units (graduate education curriculum) under state support and 12 units (physical education courses) through Special Sessions. Students will be enrolled as regular university
students for the extent of the program, but will pay the current Special Sessions fees for the
12 physical education units.

Degree Requirements
The following courses (A-C) constitute the program of study for the Master of Arts in Education: Physical Education Administration Option. Students enrolling in these courses must have a degree
in Physical Education, Kinesiology, Exercise Science, or Human Performance or have completed the prerequisite courses (outlined in part II below). All students receiving this degree must successfully complete these courses.

A. Graduate Education Common Core Requirements. Classes taken under state support.
GED 500 Research Methods in Education
GED 501 Seminar in Learning & Development
GED 503 Socio-Cultural Issues in Education

B. Graduate Education Required Courses. Classes taken under state support.
GED 506 Law & Ethics in Public Education
GED 570 Supervision of Instruction
GED 571 School Management & Finance

C. Physical Education Required Courses. Classes taken through Special Sessions.
PED 500 Seminar in Contemporary Issues, Topics, and Trends in Physical Education
PED 514 Seminar in Curriculum Development in Physical Education
PED 516 Public Relations & Development in Physical Education & Athletics
PED 593 Field Work in Physical Education Administration

Program Prerequisites
Students who have not completed a degree in
Physical Education, Kinesiology, Exercise
Science or Human Performance must complete all
of the following courses before enrolling
in 500 level physical education courses.

BIO 250 Human Anatomy & Physiology
BIO 251 Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab
KIN 300 Tests and Measurements
KIN 301 Kinesiology
KIN 303 Exercise Physiology
KIN 425 Physical Education in the Elementary School
KIN 448 Teaching Effectiveness in Secondary Physical Education

Admission Requirements

Admission to the University.
A minimum of 2.75 grade point average in the last 60 units attempted.
Three recommendations from individuals who can evaluate the applicant’s
potential for graduate study.
Completion of Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement with a score of 8 or English 350.
A baccalaureate degree from a nationally accredited college or university. Students who have not completed a degree in Physical Education, Kinesiology, Exercise Science or Human Performance must complete all of the following courses before enrolling in 500 level physical education courses.
BIO 250 Human Anatomy & Physiology
BIO 251 Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab
KIN 300 Tests and Measurements
KIN 301 Kinesiology
KIN 303 Exercise Physiology
KIN 425 Physical Education in the Elementary School
KIN 448 Teaching Effectiveness in Secondary Physical Education

Further Information
Contact Lee Hancock at lhancock@csudh.edu