Students obtain a Master’s of Education degree with a Specialization in Developmental Kinesiology, which emphasizes a lifespan perspective of the study of human movement. The core courses in the specialization is flexible in order to accommodate a variety of interests and needs. All students in Developmental Kinesiology complete either a project or a thesis. This specialization is planned for two years of study. Within Developmental Kinesiology, emphases are based on the graduate faculty’s research interests, which include biomechanics, exercise physiology, exercise psychology, motor development, motor learning/control, physical education teacher education, and sport psychology. Graduate assistantships are available.