Health, Kinesiology and Sports Studies - International Students
Graduate programs offered in the Department of Health and Human Performance are designed to provide students with specialized training that will prepare them for positions with public and private agencies and master teaching positions in the area of health and human performance at the K-12 and college levels. These graduate degree programs are designed to provide graduate students with:
- Knowledge and skills necessary to organize and administer programs of health and human performance;
- The ability to interpret, analyze, critique, and produce research within health and human performance;
- Knowledge related to the current challenges and trends underlying programs of health and human performance;
- Knowledge and skills related to pedagogy in health and human performance.
The Department of Health and Human Performance offers the following graduate degrees: Master of Science (MS) in Health, Kinesiology and Sport Studies (either thesis or non-thesis) and Master of Education (MEd) non-thesis. The MS degree is offered with three different tracks as specified in degree requirements. For each of these degrees, a minimum of 18 to 24-hours must be completed in the major field.
Required Documents for Admission
Application Packet Submission Deadline:
Application Packet Submission Deadline Information:
- To be considered for the spring semester, the deadline is October 1
- To be considered for the summer semester, the deadline is February 15
- To be consider for the fall semester, the deadline is May 15