Exercise Science - Graduate
The Master program for Exercise Science
Students seeking admission to the Master program in Exercise Science must complete the following prerequisites.
submit an application to the Graduate School
Have completed an undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited institutuion and,
Have a grade point average of at least 2.75 (4.0 system) in the last 60 credit hours of course work including any post-bachelor's graduate work.
Students selecting the program in exercise science may be required to take the following prerequisites courses or their equivalents:
CHEM 101: (3) Elementary Chemistry
BIO 223: (3) Human Anatomy and Physiology
HS 331: (3) Principles of Diet and Nutrition
HPS 328: (3) Biomechanics/Kinesiology
HPS 490: (3) Exercise Physiology
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The Master of Education (MEd) in Exercise Science may be earned under one of three options:
(1) 34 hour theses option. The thesis option requires an oral examiniation on the research
(2) 36 hour internship option. Requires a written comprehensive examination.
(3) 36 hour coursework option. Requires a written comprehensive examination.
Graduate Course Checksheets
Students will move through the graduate Exercise Science program in approximately 2 years. This program will qualify students for a career as a Wellness Director, Teacher, Cardiology Technician, Exercise Gerontologist, Health Administrator, Nutritionist, Conditioning Specialist or a Personal Trainer.