Work Award: Dependent on candidate, $0 - $12,000 Scholarship: Reduces to tuition to maximum of $10,000/ year and often less
Work Awards and or Scholarships are available for individuals interested in pursuing a Master’s degree with a specialization in coaching women at the intercollegiate level. Candidates should have an undergraduate academic record of high caliber, and advanced skill and or experience coaching and or teaching.
The deadline for applying to the program with consideration for financial aid is March 15, 2020.
To apply visit our website at: /https://www.smith.edu/academics/graduate-study/ess and fill in the request for information section.
Employer Information: The graduate program in exercise and sport studies prepares individuals to coach women’s collegiate teams. Recognized nationally for its excellence, our program received Level V accreditation from the National Association for Sport and Physical Education. The program connects theory with practice by linking coursework with assistant coaching experiences. All students are in residence for two years.