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2013-2014 General Catalog (Summer, Fall 2013) [ARCHIVED CATALOG Please see current catalog]

Health and Human Movement - MS


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Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services

Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation

The MS is available for students who plan to teach, provide community leadership, or do further graduate or research study.

Specializations


MS students may select an area of emphasis for research and study from the following specializations: Exercise Science, Sports Medicine, and Health Education.

Course Requirements


Exercise Science Specialization Plan A (31 credits)


MS candidates specializing in Exercise Science Pan A must complete the following courses. (This specialization is a Plan A thesis option.)

Exercise Science Specialization Requirements (9 credits)


Exercise Science Specialization Plan B (30 credits)


MS candidates specializing in Exercise Science (Plan B) must complete the following courses:

Exercise Science Specialization Requirements (6 credits)


Sports Medicine Specialization Plan B (30 credit minimum)


Select 2-3 credits of PEP 6970  for the Final Paper and the remaining credits from elective list below:

(Final Paper requires writing and committee approval of a manuscript with content and format appropriate for submission to a peer-reviewed discipline journal)

Health Education Specialization Plan A (Thesis Option)(30 credits)


MS candidates specializing in Health Education must complete the following courses.

Health and Education Specialization Plan B (Paper Option)(31 credits)


Requires writing and committee approval of a manuscript with content and format appropriate for submission to a peer-reviewed discipline journal.

Degree to be completed within six years from date of first course.

Health Education Specialization Electives (select 8 credits)


Course electives are selected on the basis of the student's needs and interests, subject to the approval of the student's committee. They should come from the following approved courses. Courses taken, while an undergraduate student, will not count toward a student's program of study.

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