Accelerated Master's Program- Kinesiology

The Accelerated Master’s Program (AMP) offers qualified UNA undergraduate students the opportunity to enroll in graduate coursework that can be applied concurrently to an undergraduate and graduate degree. 

To apply, students must complete an application via the AMP Application page.

Eligibility

  • *Completed 60 or more hours toward their undergraduate degree
  • Overall GPA of 3.0 (4.0 scale) at time of entry into AMP
  • A or B on all coursework in a Kinesiology (or acceptable) major
  • Applicants must receive a 2/3 or greater approval vote from Kinesiology faculty having classroom (or similar) experience which permits an evaluation of academic potential
  • Final approval is granted via the Department of Kinesiology Chair

*Transfer students who have successfully completed at least 60 undergraduate hours are eligible after completing a minimum of 9 hours in a major offered in the Department of Kinesiology

Graduate Advisor: Dr. Jean Ann Helm Allen, jhelm@una.edu, 256.765.4560

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HHP Undergraduate Courses

HHP Graduate Courses

HPE 351 Chronic Disease and Health Promotion

HPE 639 Epidemiology and Prevention of Chronic Diseases

HPE 403 Essentials of Prescribing Resistance Training

HPE 503 Essentials of Prescribing Resistance Training

HPE 410 Health Promotion

HPE 510 Health Promotion

HPE 443 Management of Health, Physical Education and Athletics

HPE 675 Administration of Health and Physical Education Related Programs

HPE 466W Legal Issues and Risk Management in Sport and Leisure Activities

HPE 670 Legal Issues and the Health and Physical Education Professional

HPE 490 Research Methods: Introduction to Concepts and Analyses

HPE 600 Research Methods

HPE 496 Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and ECG Interpretation

HPE 596 Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and ECG Interpretation

Choose one of the following courses: HPE 406 Human Sexuality, HPE 408 Consumer Health, HPE 420 Health & Aging, HPE 422 Public Health, or HPE 424 Drugs in Society

HPE 638 Stress Management

Choose one of the following courses not used above: HPE 406 Human Sexuality, HPE 408 Consumer Health, HPE 420 Health & Aging, HPE 422 Public Health, or HPE 424 Drugs in Society

HPE 644 Integrative Health Coaching

SRM Undergraduate Courses

SRM Graduate Courses

HPE 490 Research Methods: introduction to Concepts and Analyses

SRM 550 Qualitative Methods in Sport & Recreation Management or SRM 555 Quantitative Methods in Sport & Recreation Management

SRM 300 Sport Finance

SRM 615 Finance and Accounting Practices in Sport & Recreation Management

SRM 305 Marketing of Sport and Recreational Activities

SRM 600 Sport Marketing and Finance

SRM 310 Sport Facilities and Events Management

SRM 610 Sport Facilities Planning and Management

SRM 320 Sport Communication

SRM 605 Sport Communication and Media Relations

SRM 410 Management of Sport and Recreation Organizations

HPE 675 Administration of Health and Physical Education Related Programs

SRM 441 Outdoor Education

SRM 541 Outdoor Education

SRM 444 Recreation for Special Populations

SRM 544 Recreation for Special Populations

SRM 466W Legal Issues

SRM 665 Risk Management in Sport & Recreation Management

Tuition Rate (Fall 2016)

 

Graduate ($311/hr)

Undergraduate ($264/hr)

Cost savings

3 credits

$933

$792

        $141

6 credits

$1866

$1584

        $282

9 credits

$2799

$2376

         $423

Complete up to 9 of 30 credit hours toward Masters Degree with savings  =    $2,799    

  • Enhanced credentials (accepted into and completed the UNA AMP).
  • Students complete their Bachelor’s degree having already completed 3-9 credit hrs applicable toward their Master’s degree.
  • Students can complete the BS and MS degree in a total of 5 years.
  • Potential waiver of standardized testing (GRE,MAT) typically required for admission to the MS in Health and Human Performance and MS in Sport & Recreation Management degree plans.