The Master of Science in Health and Exercise Science, Plan A offers students a health-oriented, science-based curriculum and research experience. The program is a scientifically rigorous, research focused program that prepares students for further education and/or careers in health and exercise science related fields. The program is structured to prepare students for further education that includes doctoral study, physical and occupational therapy, and medicine (e.g., physicians/physician assistant and nursing). Graduates are represented by careers in health related research and development and medical and allied health professions.
Learn more about the Master's in Health and Exercise Science on the Department of Health and Exercise Science website.
Effective Fall 2014
|HES 600||Research Design in Health/Exercise Science||3|
|HES 602||Advanced Physiology of Exercise||3|
|HES 610||Exercise Bioenergetics||3|
|HES 793||Bioenergetics Seminar||1|
|Program Total Credits:||42|
A minimum of 42 credits are required to complete this program.
Select three credits of statistics with approval of advisor and graduate committee.
Select enough 500-level or above elective credits with approval of advisor and graduate committee to bring the program total to 42 credits.