Information about our Graduate Program
Students in our graduate program work towards either a M.S. or a Ph.D degree. Our program is multidisciplinary in nature, and our students are typically encouraged to work in different laboratories while here. In addition to the research experience, our students also have the opportunity to take a variety of different courses within the movement and sports sciences. We also have a weekly movement and sports science seminar. In this seminar students and faculty from motor behavior and sports psychology get together and discuss current research projects and issues.
For more information regarding the graduate program please contact either Dr. Howie Zelaznik, Dr. Shirley Rietdyk, Dr. Laura Claxton, or Dr. Jeff Haddad.