Online Masterís Degree
The UT Tyler Department of Health and Kinesiology collaborates with the University of Texas TeleCampus and five other University of Texas institutions (Arlington-UTA; El Paso-UTEP; Pan American-UTPA; Permian Basin-UTPB; and San Antonio-UTSA) to provide Internet-based courses that enable students to earn a master's degree entirely via online distance learning. This collaborative program is known as the Kinesiology Online (KINO) Master's Degree Program. An individual may earn UT Tyler's M.Ed. Degree in Health and Kinesiology entirely via online courses offered as part of this program. Application and admission to the M.Ed. Program and degree requirements are the same regardless of whether the curriculum is completed entirely online, entirely on campus, or with a combination of online and on-campus classes. The process of registration for online courses may be different from registration for other courses, and fees for online courses may be more than for on-campus courses. To earn the M.Ed. Degree in Health and Kinesiology via the Kinesiology Online Program, a student must complete at least 12 hours of courses taught by UT Tyler faculty.
Following is a list of courses that are periodically available online. Some are UT Tyler courses and some are offered by other University of Texas institutions that are part of the Kinesiology Online Master's Degree Program. These courses may be used to fulfill requirements of UT Tyler's M.Ed. Degree in Health and Kinesiology, or requirements of other degree programs with consent of the student's advisor. Descriptions of these online courses are listed under Kinesiology Online Program in the Course Description Section of this catalog.
KINO 6310: Exercise Physiology
KINO 6312: Training and Conditioning Methods
KINO 6316: Applied Biomechanics
KINO 6320: Sport Psychology
KINO 6322: Applied Sport Psychology
KINO 6323: Exercise Psychology
KINO 6326: Motor Learning and Control
KINO 6330: Sport and Society
KINO 6340: History and Philosophy
KINO 6342: Ethics
KINO 6346: Contemporary Issues in Health and Kinesiology
KINO 6348: The U.S. Health System's Origins and Functions
KINO 6350: Curricular Innovations
KINO 6352: Analysis of Teaching and Coaching Behavior
KINO 6354: Early Childhood Physical Activity
KINO 6360: Administration of Physical Education and Athletic Programs
KINO 6370: Introduction to Statistics
KINO 6372: Research Methods
KINO 6380: Nutrition, Health and Disease
KINO 6382: Sports Nutrition
One may obtain more information about the Kinesiology Online Program or individual online classes from the UT TeleCampus (1-888-TEXAS16; www.telecampus.utsystem.edu) or the Department of Health and Kinesiology (903-566-7031; www.uttyler.edu/hkdept). The Handbook of Operating Procedures for the Kinesiology Online Program may be found at www.TeleCampus.utsystem.edu/index.cfm/4,623,c,html/KINO%20HOOP,%20rev.%208-04.doc.