Yes. Individuals who have earned a degree in non-education or related major (e.g. exercise physiology, KIN) can work toward a certificate in Physical Education. Coursework in this area and length of time depend heavily on the previously taken courses and if they were related to this content area. For individuals with a degree in an area not related to physical education, the course of study is between 60-61 credits. The number of total credits required may lessen if the degree was physical education related (e.g., non-teaching degree). Time will depend on full-time or part-time enrollment status. This certificate program is linked to the Master of Science degree in Physical Education in that 15 credits required for this certificate are from within the graduate program. Upon completion of the certificate, if desired, interested individuals may complete the remaining 15 credits of coursework and thesis for a master's degree.