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Physical Education MSEd

Description

At The College at Brockport, the graduate program in physical education provides an opportunity to gain professional certification to teach physical education for students who are eligible for initial certification in physical education. This can be accomplished through study in adapted physical education, athletic administration or pedagogy. Students who are ineligible for initial certification in physical education may pursue the athletic administration concentration (non-certification). The graduate program provides candidates with the opportunity to acquire skills and knowledge related to the field of physical education that can contribute to a variety of personal, professional or academic needs. Upon successful completion of the program, students are awarded a MSEd in Physical Education.

Admission to the Program

Matriculation into the graduate program depends on several factors. Minimum standards for admission include:

  1. a bachelor's degree
  2. for certification emphasis: students must be eligible for initial teacher certification in physical education
  3. for the non-certification emphasis in athletic administration: applicants are prepared to work in areas outside the Pre K-12 school-based environment and are not required to have an undergradute major in physical education
  4. for the non-certification emphasis in adapted physical education: applicants must demonstrate a relevant knowledge base, including, at minimum, 12 credits in the professional field of physical education
  5. GPA requirements:
    1. Students with a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 and above will be eligible for regular admission into this program.
    2. Students with a cumulative undergraduate GPA of between 2.5 and 2.999 may be recommended for conditional admission. Students granted conditional admission must successfully fulfill a conditional contract established by an advisor.
    3. Students with an undergraduate GPA below 2.5 are ineligible for admission.

For more information about applying to this program, see the Graduate School.

Program Requirements

Students must meet the College's standards for graduate study.

The MSEd in Physical Education requires at least 30 credits of coursework.

Core Requirements (9-12 credits)

  • PES 604 Research and Evaluation

In addition to the core, students in the program pursue one of the following concentrations:

Concentration: Adapted Physical Education (15 credits)

  • PES 581 Instructional Strategies in Adapted Physical Education
  • PES 582 Adapted Physical Activity and Sport
  • PES 683 Program Development in Adapted Physical Education
  • PES 686 Consultation in Adapted Physical Education

Notes:

  1. Students in this concentration may need to take graduate elective courses by advisement to meet the 30-credit requirement.
  2. Students who have completed one or both of PEP 481/482 at Brockport cannot also receive Brockport credit for the corresponding courses PEP 581/582; in lieu of PEP 581/582, additional elective credits are needed to reach the 30-credit requirement.
  3. Students on funded grants are required to take PES 682 Low Incidence Disabilities.

Concentration: Athletic Administration with Certification (21 credits)

  • PES 590 Administration and Supervision of Physical Education and Athletics
  • PES 601 Analysis of Teaching Physical Education
  • PES 607 Curriculum Design in Physical Education
  • PES 690 Problems in Physical Education and Athletic Administration
  • PES 691 Marketing and Fundraising in Physical Education and Sport
  • PES 692 Budgeting, Finance and Facility Management in Physical Education and Sport
  • PES 791 Internship in Athletic Administration

Concentration: Athletic Administration without Certification (18 credits)

  • PES 552 The Challenges of Coaching
  • PES 590 Administration and Supervision of Physical Education and Athletics
  • PES 690 Problems in Physical Education and Athletic Administration
  • PES 691 Marketing and Fundraising in Physical Education and Sport
  • PES 692 Budgeting, Finance and Facility Management in Physical Education and Sport
  • PES 791 Internship in Athletic Administration

Note: students in this concentration may need to take a graduate elective course by advisement to meet the 30 credit requirement.

Concentration: Teacher Education/Pedagogy (12 credits)

  • PES 601 Analysis of Teaching Physical Education
  • PES 607 Curriculum Design in Physical Education
  • PES 614 Behavior Management in Physical Education
  • PES 617 Seminar in Physical Education

Note: students in this concentration take at least two graduate elective courses by advisement to meet the 30 credit requirement.

Student Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to:

  1. synthesize physical education-related and athletics-related research.
  2. employ professional presentation skills.
  3. use skills essential to research processes employed in physical education and athletics settings.
  4. implement principles of learning to create/improve the learning environment in physical education and athletics.
  5. employ appropriate problem-solving techniques in physical education and athletic settings.
  6. select appropriate curricula/programming for participants in physical education and athletics settings.
  7. implement models of teaching and coaching to create/improve the learning environment in physical education and athletics.
  8. use reflective skills that contribute to enhancing professionalism and leadership skills.

 

Department of Kinesiology, Sport Studies and Physical Education

Department Chair: Susan Petersen
Location: Tuttle North 212
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Email: mmoss@brockport.edu
Phone: (585) 395-5332
Fax: (585) 395-2771

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Richard P Amundson CAS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Adjunct Lecturer

Karen Bolinger CAS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Adjunct Lecturer

Heidi K Byrne Ph.D
(The University Of Texas At Austin)
Associate Professor

Michele F Carron MA
(Ohio State University-Main Campus)
On Leave

Lee J Cohen MS
(University Of Arizona)
Head Athletic Trainer

Douglas H Collier Ph.D
(Indiana University-Bloomington)
Associate Professor

Linda J D'Onofrio MSED
(Nazareth College Of Rochester)
Lecturer

Colleen Doyle EDD
(University Of Rochester)
Visiting Assistant Professor

Lindsey Evans BS
(Edinboro University Of Pennsylvania)
Teaching Assistant

John B Feeney BS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Head Gymnastics Coach/ Lecturer

Zachary Ferrara BS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Teaching Assistant

Melissa Fromm MA
(University Of Wisconsin-La Crosse)
Lecturer

Patricia A Gadsby MSED
(Nazareth College Of Rochester)
Lecturer

Emily Gilbert BS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Teaching Assistant

Peter F Hager Ph.D
(The University Of Tennessee)
Associate Professor

Toni A Hagerman MSED
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Lecturer

Pamela S Haibach Ph.D
(Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus)
Associate Professor

Maryann P Hamilton MA
(Adelphi University)
Lecturer

Michael W Heitzenrater ME
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Lecturer

Timothy J Henry Ph.D
(University Of Pittsburgh-Main Campus)
Associate Professor

John T Hogan MS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Lecturer

Christine J Hopple MS
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State Universit)
Instructor

Cathy Houston-Wilson Ph.D
(Oregon State University)
Professor and Interim Chair

Alisa James EDD
(University Of Massachusetts-Amherst)
Professor + Associate Chair

Donald J Johnson
Lecturer

Elizabeth F Kelly
Adjunct Lecturer

Jun Woo Kim Ph.D
(Florida State University)
Assistant Professor

Francis M Kozub Ph.D
(Ohio State University-Main Campus)
Associate Professor

Elizabeth K Lenz Ph.D
(University Of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
Assistant Professor

Lauren J Lieberman Ph.D
(Oregon State University)
Distinguished Service Professor

Pamela R Maryjanowski MS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Adjunct Lecturer

John M Masco MBA
(University Of Northern Colorado)
Lecturer

Craig O Mattern Ph.D
(Ohio State University-Main Campus)
Associate Professor

James McGuire MS
(Manhattan College)
Adjunct Lecturer

Victoria L McMillan BS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Adjunct Lecturer

Michael M Militello MS
(Indiana State University)
Assistant Athletic Trainer

Michael A Moroni BS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Teaching Assistant

Marsha L Moss AS
(Bryant And Stratton College-Rochester)
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Ronald Mower MS
(University Of Memphis)
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Donald F Murray MS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Associate Professor + Wrestling Coach

Gerald Nasella BS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
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Kathryn Oaks BS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Teaching Assistant

Eugene F Orbaker EDD
(West Virginia University)
Associate Professor Emeritus

Susan C Petersen EDD
(Teachers College At Columbia University)
Associate Professor

Amaury Samalot-Rivera Ph.D
(Ohio State University-Main Campus)
Assistant Professor

Daniel P Schaffer BS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Adjunct Lecturer

Michael L Schaffer MS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Lecturer

Robert Schneider EDD
(Temple University)
Professor

Pamela A Setek MS
(SUNY College At Cortland)
Visiting Assistant Professor

Amanda L Shearer MS
(East Stroudsburg University Of Pennsylvania)
Lecturer

Martha L Singer MS
(Adelphi University)
Lecturer

Roy T Speedling MS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Adjunct Lecturer

Brooke Starkoff Ph.D
(Ohio State University-Main Campus)
Assistant Professor

Danny Too Ph.D
(University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign)
Associate Professor

Cesar R Torres Ph.D
(Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus)
Professor

Sheri Treadwell Ph.D
(University Of Northern Colorado)
Assistant Professor

Susan M Wielgosz MS
(Indiana State University)
Athletic Trainer and Clinical Instructor

Christopher Williams Ph.D
(Auburn University Main Campus)
Associate Professor

Joseph P Winnick EDD
(Temple University)
Distinguished Professor Emeritus