The Master of Science degree in Sport Science is designed to meet the needs of students from nonteaching professions, as well as from the teaching profession. The program is discipline-specific with provision for students to choose from among different academic tracks: Sport Management, Exercise Science, and Sport Studies.
According to their selected program of study, students are prepared for a variety of competitive employment opportunities, including management and administration of sport and athletic programs, corporate and community health and fitness facilities, hospital and medical-based exercise programs, and recreational programs in school and community settings.
To be admitted to the Health and Physical Education Department, the applicant must have completed the requirements for a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and fulfill the general requirements for admission to the School of Graduate Studies and Research for a master’s degree. A minimum TOEFL score of 540 (paper-based) which converts to a computer-based score of 193 is necessary for international students.
Total 30 cr.
Students may select another graduate-level elective with advisor permission.
Total 36 cr.
Total 36 cr.
Students may select graduate-level electives with advisor permission. Nine (9) credits must be HPED graduate-level courses.
Students may select graduate-level electives with advisor permission. Twelve credits must be HPED graduate-level courses.
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