Master of Science in Kinesiology
Total Semester Credit Hours = 36
Kinesiology is the study of movement or exercise. The Master of Science Degree Program in Kinesiology will provide advanced research-oriented study of kinesiology. The program prepares for a broad range of careers in exercise, physical education, coaching- or sport-related settings, or provides foundation for subsequent doctoral study in exercise science, physical education and/or kinesiology. This degree is also appropriate for clinicians, such as physical therapists and athletic trainers, who want to further their understanding of the science related to their areas of practice. Strong background in the basic sciences is excellent preparation for the M.S. Kinesiology Degree Program.
Curriculum (36 semester hours)
HECC 5303: Research Design
HECC 5317: Biometric Methods
KINE 5315: Exercise Physiology II
KINE 5335: Biomechanics
KINE 5307: Motor Learning
HECC 5395: Thesis I
HECC 5396: Thesis II
or HECC 5397: Internship I
HECC 5398: Internship II
Electives (15 semester hours) chosen with advisor
For information on the Accelerated BS to MS Degree in Kinesiology please see the Undergraduate section of the catalog.