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Graduate students in the Department of Health and Human
Performance are provided the preparation required for professional success in
sport administration, exercise science,
health promotion/wellness, biomechanics, research, teaching, and coaching.
The program consists of a 17 hour core curriculum common to all Master of Science graduate students, plus an additional 15 hours accumulated from selected electives. You can choose a thesis option in any of the concentration areas with six hours of thesis becoming part of the 15 hour requirement. All students are required to successfully complete a comprehensive examination prior to graduation.
Required Theory Core
Total Core Requirements
Concentration in Exercise Science
Total Concentration Hours
*A maximum of three hours of internship may be applied to program of study
Concentration in Sport Administration
*A maximum of three hours of internship may be applied to program of study.
Concentration in Movement and Sport Studies
For more information, contact Dr. John Zody to see if the Master of Science degree concentrations offered through the Department of Health and Human Performance could be right for you. You can also reach Dr. Zody at (785) 628-4370.