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Department of Kinesiology

Excellence In Teaching Citation
COGS (2nd Place - Joseph Visker with the presentation titled ‘Differential Cardiac Protein Expression of Growth Restricted Mice‘)

Kinesiology Doctoral Program

Overview

The primary objective of the doctoral degree program in kinesiology is to develop scholars who are competent in teaching, conducting research, and serving in leadership roles in various educational, governmental, public, or private agencies. In addition to developing expertise in an area of concentration, students must be able to interpret and integrate information from related academic disciplines. Individualized programs of study may be developed, taking into consideration students' academic needs and professional goals.

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Student Publications

4 Main Concentration Areas
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Athletic Training
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Excercise Physiology
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Cognitive and Motor Neuroscience
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Psychosocial Aspects of Sport and Physical Activity
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Doctoral Vistation Program
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The undergraduate application process is intended for MSU undergraduates who (1) are currently enrolled; (2) will have earned at least 28 credits by the end of Fall Semester 2015; (3) will have a cumulative GPA of at leasdt 2.75 at the e to tExam or have demonstrated competendedevelopemntal coursework required in mathematics and/or writing (e.g., MTH 1825); and (6) wish to be considered for admission to the teacher prepearation program in Spring Semester 2016.
Unparalleled Teaching Opportunities
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The undergraduate application process is intended for MSU undergraduates who (1) are currently enrolled; (2) will have earned at least 28 credits by the end of Fall Semester 2015; (3) will have a cumulative GPA of at leasdt 2.75 at the e to tExam or have demonstrated competendedevelopemntal coursework required in mathematics and/or writing (e.g., MTH 1825); and (6) wish to be considered for admission to the teacher prepearation program in Spring Semester 2016.
Conference Funding
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The undergraduate application process is intended for MSU undergraduates who (1) are currently enrolled; (2) will have earned at least 28 credits by the end of Fall Semester 2015; (3) will have a cumulative GPA of at leasdt 2.75 at the e to tExam or have demonstrated competendedevelopemntal coursework required in mathematics and/or writing (e.g., MTH 1825); and (6) wish to be considered for admission to the teacher prepearation program in Spring Semester 2016.

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