MS in AEHS

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M.S. in Applied Exercise and Health Science


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Concentrations: Exercise Physiology or Sport Management

 

The Master of Science in Applied Exercise and Health Science (AEHS) is a 36 semester-hour graduate program in Kinesiology that offers concentrations in both Exercise Physiology and Sport Management. The program that can be completed as a full-time student over four consecutive semesters or over a longer period of time as a part-time student. Most program classes will be scheduled in late afternoons and early evenings to allow working professionals to pursue advanced preparation with minimum disruption to ongoing career commitments. The curriculum is comprised of a Program Core (9 hours), a Concentration Core (15 hours) in either Exercise Physiology or Sport Management, a Capstone Experience (3-9 hours), and approved electives (3-9 hours).

 

Learn more about the curriculum.

  • A 36 semester-hour program in exercise physiology and sport management.
  • The program features a choice among three capstone experiences to suit student career goals.
  • Full-Time and Part-Time enrollment options, with classes one day per week in the early evening.
  • Program is delivered in a new state-of-the-art Prillaman Hall which provides study areas, computer labs, a graduate lounge, and private group meeting areas for students.
  • Graduate Research Assistant opportunities available.
  • Field experience opportunities in local, national, and international exercise and sport organizations.
  • Instruction in our state-of-the-art human performance labs (see photos below).

 

 

 

Biomechanics Lab Exercise Physiology Lab
Bod Pod
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For information about the graduate program, please contact Dr. Cherilyn McLester .