A general, science-based curriculum provides the foundation for this 33 credit hour graduate program. The curriculum is designed with 6-9 credit hours of electives, allowing the student to focus on his/her specific academic interest within the field. Classroom and laboratory experiences are designed to provide the student with an applied understanding of the scientific basis of exercise/training in different populations.
The program offers two paths towards a Master’s degree. Each includes a minimum of 33 credit hours.
M.Ed.: (non-thesis) Admission to this track requires scores from either the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) or the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).
M.S.: The M.S. requires carrying out an original piece of research resulting in a written thesis. Admission to this track requires scores from the GRE.
For further information contact:
Dr. Robert Lehnhard
112 Lengyel Hall
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