Through the Accelerated Master’s Program (AMP), students can:
Take up to 9 credit hours of approved graduate courses concurrently with undergraduate courses.
Substitute up to 9 credit hours of approved graduate courses (in place of undergraduate courses) toward completion of the undergraduate degree.
Requirements for Admission to the AMP in Sport and Recreation Management:
- *Completion of 60 or more hours toward undergraduate degree.
- Overall GPA 3.0 (4.0 scale) or higher in all undergraduate coursework at time of entry into AMP.
- A or B on all coursework in a Kinesiology (or acceptable) major.
- Favorable vote by Department of Kinesiology (two-thirds vote).
- Approval by Chair of Department of Kinesiology.
*Transfer students who have successfully completed at least 60 undergraduate hours are eligible after completing a minimum of 9 hours in a major offered in the Kinesiology Department.
Requirements for Continued Enrollment in the AMP:
- Students must maintain a 3.0 or higher with no grades lower than “C” in all courses following admission to the AMP.
- Enhanced credentials (accepted into and completed the UNA AMP).
- Students complete their Bachelor’s degree having already completed 3 - 9 credit hours applicable toward their Master’s degree.
- Students can complete the BS and MS degree in a total of 5 years.
Following approval into the Sport and Recreation Management AMP, qualified students can take up to 9 hours from the following courses:
|SRM 541||Outdoor Education||3|
|SRM 544||Recreation for Special Populations||3|
|SRM 550||Qualitative Methods in Sport & Recreation Management||3|
|or SRM 555||Quantitative Methods in Sport & Recreation Management|
|SRM 600||Marketing in Sport and Recreation Management||3|
|SRM 602||Recreation, Event, & Tourism Management||3|
|SRM 675||Legal Issues in Sport and Recreation Management||3|
|SRM 605||Media Relations in Sport & Recreation Management||3|
|SRM 610||Sport Facility Planning and Organizational Behavior||3|
|SRM 615||Finance & Accounting Practices in Sport & Recreation Management||3|
|SRM 641||Advanced Recreation Programming and Leadership (Advanced Recreation Programming )||3|
|SRM 665||Risk Management in Sport & Recreation Management||3|