This is a 30-credit-hour Master of Arts in Teaching degree that can be completed in less than two years (five academic terms). This program is designed for working educators.
- Fall and Spring semester courses are delivered completely online.
- Summer courses will involve a two-week experience on our Greeley, Colorado, campus plus some online work before and after your on-campus experience. You will meet your instructors and fellow students in an extended-workshop environment.
Required Courses (30 Credit Hours)
To see a typical list of courses per term, visit an example Current Program Students page.
SES 603 Professional Development Seminar*
SES 604 Teacher and Coach Action Research
SES 612 Assessment in Sport Pedagogy
SES 614 Analysis of Teaching in Physical Education
SES 643 Instructional Strategies for K-12 Physical Education
SES 646 Comprehensive School Physical Activity Programming
SES 647 School Physical Activity Policy, Advocacy and Leadership
SES 648 Theories of Health Behavior
SES 649 School-Based Nutrition & Wellness
SES 680 Perspectives in Sport Pedagogy
* The SES 603 Professional Development Seminar course is tied to a capstone project that you will develop and complete as a graduation requirement.
For full details, see the official program listing in the UNC Graduate Catalog.