Master of Science in Health and Human Performance
The Master of Science in Health and Human Performance is designed for students interested in the exercise and health sciences professions. It is a 30 semester hour program with five concentrations: exercise science, kinesiology, integrative health, sport management, and wellness and health promotion. The program of study is comprised of a 12 semester hour core, a 12 semester hour concentration, and 6 semester hours of electives which allow for thesis and non- thesis options.
|HPE 600||Research Methods||3|
|HPE 665||Critical Analysis of Research and Professional Literature||3|
|HPE 670||Legal Issues and the Health and Physical Education Profession||3|
|HPE 675||Administration of Health and Physical Education Related Programs||3|
The written program of study must be approved by the graduate faculty advisor and the Dean of the College of Education and Human Sciences. All academic regulations are applicable for the degree and for the program general requirements, including the maintenance of appropriate grade point average and the completion of a comprehensive written examination or thesis.