The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill offers coursework leading to a Ph.D. in Human Movement Science. This new program (Fall 2000) is a joint effort among faculty in the areas of Athletic Training, Biomedical Engineering, Exercise Physiology, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and Physical Therapy. The curriculum has four areas of concentration: Behavioral Studies (motor learning, motor development, and psychological factors), Biomechanics, Physiology, and Neuromuscular Control.
Athletic Training students enrolled in the program will take coursework related to the management and rehabilitation of orthopaedic and neuromuscular injury: conduct research through the Sports Medicine Research Laboratory; and teach in a CAAHEP accredited undergraduate athletic training education program. Additional opportunities may be available through the UNC Athletic Department. Certified athletic trainers holding a Masters Degree in an Athletic Training related area are welcome to apply.
For admission requirements and application materials, please contact:
Ms. Cindy Atkins, Executive AssistantDepartment of Exercise and Sport Science Fetzer Gymnasium, CB #8700 The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC 27599-8700
Phone: (919) 962-0018
Fax: (919) 962-0489
For additional program information related to sports medicine, please contact:
Joseph B. Myers, PhD, ATCUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Exercise and Sport Science CB# 8700 Fetzer Chapel Hill, NC 27599-8700