If you are like most people, the idea of earning a doctorate while maintaining a busy career and family life may seem like a far-fetched notion. Students and faculty from UNC Greensboro’s online Doctor of Education in Kinesiology (EdD in KIN) are proving it’s not.
It’s not unusual for students and faculty to work together on research. Doctoral students regularly engage in this process while working with faculty on campus.
How does this work for students in online degree programs? In the fully online Doctor of Education (EdD) in Kinesiology program at The
Casey Smith wanted a doctoral program that fit the demands of his job as head athletic trainer for the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks. He desired the academic rigor that would benefit his current role and provide future opportunities, as well as a distance program he could complete on the road with
Momentum and velocity aren’t terms most kids associate with physical education (PE) class. When learning to shoot a basketball, they focus more on getting the ball into the basket than on calculating arc and rotation. Scoring may come to mind more than heart rate.
Janah Fletcher is a self-described continual learner. With an undergraduate degree in exercise and sports science and a master’s in athletic training, Fletcher desired more opportunities to further her education. The challenge was finding a way to do this and stay employed as head athletic
Many kinesiology professionals have responsibilities that take them around the globe, whether they are traveling for work, in the military, or participating in sporting events in other parts of the world. The beauty of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s online Doctor of
UNCG’s Online Doctor of Education in Kinesiology program has a mission: to develop action-oriented leaders in the field. Some of the program’s most “action-oriented” students work with current or former members of the U.S. military. (UNCG is nationally recognized for its support of students who