M.S. in Health & Human Performance- Exercise Science

The M.S. in Health and Human Performance degree, with a concentration in Exercise Science (thesis/non-thesis option), is designed to not only prepare students for a career in exercise science, but also to provide students with advanced research opportunities to conduct both academic and applied research in exercise science. Course content is designed to prepare students for a successful career based on an increased understanding of real-world experiences. The thesis option provides students with an opportunity to develop specialized research skills through research in a particular area of wellness and health promotion.

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HPE 600, Research Methods

HPE 665 Critical Analysis of Research and Professional Literature

HPE 670 Legal Issues and the HPE Professional

HPE 675 Administration of HPE Related Programs

The Exercise Science Concentration includes the following coursework:

HPE 620 Statistical Methods in Education

HPE 660 Scientific Basis of Health and Human Performance

HPE 663 Laboratory Techniques in Health and Human Performance

Either HPE 503 (Principles of Exercise Prescription for Resistance Training), HPE 596 (Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and ECG Interpretation), HPE 640 (Epidemiology & Prevention of Chronic Disease), or HPE 644 (Integrative Health Coaching)

Six hours of Elective Coursework

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