Kinesmetrics, widely known as Measurement and Evaluation, is a discipline to develop and apply measurement theory, statistics, and mathematical analysis to the field of human performance. The doctoral degree in Human Performance with a specialization in Kinesmetrics produces well-trained measurement specialists who will make positive impacts in research, higher education, and industry.
The Ph.D. requires 60 hours of coursework including: 10 hours of pedagogy and teaching practicum, 15 hours of research tools, 23 hours in Kinesmetrics specialization, and 12 hours of dissertation research.
Kinesmetrics specialization courses and
research tools are taken from (*required):
Additional information relative to the admissions can be obtained under the graduate program link off of the departmental web page. For more information the Kinesmetrics program, please contact:
Minsoo Kang, Ph.D.