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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
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