Kinesiology

Admission Requirements

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  • You may begin the Sport Management program at the start of the Fall, Spring and Summer sessions
  • Applications for admission to the sport management program are considered throughout the year
  • If you wish to be considered for a Graduate Assistantship, you must complete an additional application process.  Click here for more information.  When applying for an assistantship;
    • Treat assistantship applications like you would a 'job application'.  Present yourself and your skills professionally
    • Be sure that you meet the qualifications for the position before applying
    • Be sure to follow the application directions and submit your completed application (including all additional required materials) by the specified deadline.
    • Be sure that your application to the sport Management Program has been submitted at the time of application for an assistantship

Full Admission Status

  1. Minimum of 3.0 overall undergraduate GPA (4 years) or a 3.2 overall GPA for the last two years of undergraduate study.
  2. International students whose native language is not English must have an overall TOEFL score of at least 90 (internet based).
  3. Submit appropriate admissions materials
  4. Applications are considered throughout the year 

Probationary Admission Status

  1. Undergraduate GPA of 2.75 to 2.99.
  2. International students whose native language is not English must have an overall TOEFL score of at least 90 (internet based).
  3. Probationary students petition for Full Admissions Status after completion of nine WIU graduate credit hours (must included either KIN 511 or KIN 512) with a minimum GPA of 3.0
  4. Applications are considered throughout the year 

Kinesiology Graduate Teaching Assistantship

In order to be eligible for a graduate teaching assistantship in the Department of Kinesiology, applicants must meet the following requirements

  1. Full Admission Status
  2. International students whose native language is not English must have scores of 24 or higher in the listening, reading and speaking subareas of the TOEFL 

Click Here for additional information about Graduate Assistantship Opportunities that have been filled by Sport Management students.

 

Congratulations!

Brian Weaver 2012

Brian Weaver, Sport Management '12, was the recipient of the Director's Award at the University of Connecticut.  Brian received this award for his outstanding contribution during his internship in the Department of Recreational Services at UCONN.