M.S. - Exercise and Sport Sciences; M.S. - Sports Health
Students pursuing the M.S. degree in physical education may develop a specialization in physical education or recreation and leisure services. Information regarding tracks in adapted physical education, biomechanics, educational foundations, leisure services administration, motor, scientific bases of exercise, or sports administration may be obtained from the department. The degree program consists of a minimum of 30 hours of graduate work including a thesis or 36 hours without thesis. The department will determine and prescribe any necessary leveling work.
The M.S. degree in Sports Health administered by the department is an interdisciplinary program offered in conjunction with the Health Sciences Center. Students in the Sports Health program may specialize in clinical exercise physiology or preventive and rehabilitative sports health.