Physical Education (PhD; Concentration in Sports Administration) Contact Information and Application Instructions
|College:||College of Education and Human Sciences|
|Department:||Health, Exercise, and Sports Sciences||Johnson Center 1155||(505) 277-5151||F: (505)-277-6227|
|Chair:||Glenn Hushmanemail@example.com||(505) 277-1983||F: (505)-277-6227|
|Graduate Faculty Contact:||Todd Seidlerfirstname.lastname@example.org||(505) 277-3360||F: (505)-277-6227|
|Staff Advisor:||Tina Felixemail@example.com||(505) 277-5152||F: (505)-277-6227|
The following information is provided to help the prospective student successfully apply for admission to the Physical Education (PhD; Concentration in Sports Administration) graduate program at the University of New Mexico. Although Graduate Studies strives to keep this information up-to-date, we still encourage you to visit the program's website to verify application deadlines, instructions, and required materials.
International students (including non-U.S. citizen permanent residents) generally must complete additional steps to apply to a graduate program at UNM. Please see the Global Education Office's International Admissions website for more information.
|Fall Admission||February 15th|
Application Materials and Instructions
|APPLICATION CATEGORY||SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS|
|Program of Interest||Select: College of Education and Human Sciences > Health/Exercise/Sport Sciences > Physical Education > PhD Physical Education > Sports Administration|
|Test Scores||Required: Upload an official or unofficial copy of test scores here. Failure to provide test scores in this section will delay application processing. Students are also required to forward official test scores to school code: 4845. |
Must have completed GRE within 5 years of application date; no cutoff score.
|Letter of Intent||Required. This should consist of a written statement of career goals and area of interest in Sport Administration. For additional guidelines please click here.|
|CV/Resume||A professional resume is required.|
|Assistantship Interest||A teaching assistant may be assigned to teach activity and/or content courses in the Physical Education Program. A graduate assistant works in the Exercise Physiology Laboratories or in the Athletic Training Education program. You must be admitted as a graduate student at UNM in order to be appointed as a graduate assistant or teaching assistant. |
REQUIRED: Complete application and upload to this section.
|Recommendations||Three letters of recommendation are required. Failure to upload these letters to the online application will delay application processing (letters sent directly to the department will delay processing).|
Contact for Questions and Further Information
|Contact||Dr. John Barnes|
Click here to visit the program website