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Exercise and Sport Science Health & Human Performance

Degrees or Certificates Offered:
MS
Delivery Method:
On-Campus Only
Graduate Catalog Page:
Program Website:

Application Deadlines

Fall Semester Spring Semester 1st Summer Session 2nd Summer Session 11-week Summer Session
Domestic Students June 1st October 15th March 15th May 1st *
International Students March 1st March 1st March 1st March 1st *


*Applications not considered for admission in this term


Application/Deadline Notes

Acceptance is subject to availability of open positions in the concentration to which the application is made. Applications received by March 1 have the best opportunity to be considered for admission and graduate assistantships. Applications received after the posted deadline may be considered for admission depending on whether any remaining unfilled positions exist. If applying for a graduate assistantship within the Department of Kinesiology, please see the program website for an application form.

Additional Information

Application Materials Needed:

Completed application form, Application fee, Official transcripts for all colleges/universities attended, Two (2) letters of recommendation, Statement of Purpose, GRE scores (GRE or MAT scores accepted for Physical Education Pedagogy and Adapted Physical Education concentrations only)

Concentrations:

Concentrations: Adapted Physical Education, Biomechanics*, Exercise Physiology*, Physical Activity Promotion*, Physical Education Pedagogy, Sport Management*, Sport and Exercise Psychology*


Graduate Program Contact

Name:
Tom Raedeke
Mailing Address:
Minges Coliseum 175, Department of Kinesiology
Phone:
252-737-1292
Fax:
252-328-4654
Departmental Web Site: