Exercise Science, M.S.
Master of Science students will evaluate scientific literature, create a research plan and analyze and interpret research results.
Master of Science students will explain, analyze and evaluate physiological changes that occur during exercise and how environmental conditions influence these responses.
Master of Science students will explain, analyze, and evaluate the relationships between physical activity, behavior, and health.
Degree Requirements (33 Hours)
Required Courses (18-21 Hours)
For all Exercise Science M.S. Students
|BIOS 700||Introduction to Biostatistics||3|
|EXSC 799||Thesis Preparation||3 or 6|
|or EXSC 798||Project in Exercise Science|
|PUBH 700||Perspectives in Public Health||3|
|EXSC 780||Physiology of Exercise||3|
|or EXSC 781||Physiology, Exercise, and Disease|
|EXSC 787||Research Methods and Design for Exercise Science||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Physical Activity and Health: Epidemiology, Research and Practice|
|Behavioral Aspects of Physical Activity|
|Mechanisms of Motor Skill Performance|
|Endocrinology of Exercise and Health|