The M.S. in Health and Exercise Science, Plan B offers students a health-oriented, science-based curriculum and outreach experience. The program prepares students for further education and/or careers in health and exercise science related fields. Graduates are represented by careers in: health related research and development, hospital or corporate health promotion/wellness, clinical exercise physiology, and medical and allied health professions.
Effective Fall 2014
|HES 420||Electrocardiography and Exercise Management||3|
|HES 520||Advanced Exercise Testing and Prescription||3|
|HES 556||Wellness and Health Promotion Concepts||3|
|HES 600||Research Design in Health/Exercise Science||3|
|HES 602||Advanced Physiology of Exercise||3|
|HES 645||Epidemiology of Health and Physical Activity||3|
|Select one from the following:||6|
|Practicum: Adult Fitness-Human Performance Clinical/Research Laboratory|
|Group Study: Exercise and Nutrition|
|Group Study: Exercise Science|
|Group Study: Biomechanics|
|Group Study: Neuromuscular Physiology|
|Select one from the following:||3|
|Independent Study: Health|
|Independent Study: Exercise Science|
|Independent Study: Biomechanics|
|Independent Study: Neuromuscular Physiology|
|Program Total Credits:||44|
A minimum of 44 credits are required to complete this program.
Select enough 500-level or above elective credits with approval of advisor and graduate committee to bring the program total to 44 credits.