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Graduate Catalog 2008-09


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College of Health and Human Performance


Glen G. Gilbert, Dean, 60 Minges Coliseum
James Decker, Interim Associate Dean, 175 Minges Coliseum
Susan McGhee, Associate Dean, 72 Minges Coliseum

The College of Health and Human Performance offers graduate degree programs in each of its three departments: exercise and sport science, health education and promotion, and recreation and leisure studies. Admission to these programs requires that the applicant meet the admissions requirements of the Graduate School, including a satisfactory score on either the Graduate Record Examinations or the Miller Analogy Test. Admission requirements vary slightly among the programs in health and human performance. Applicants should inquire regarding these requirements for specific degree programs/options. Each prospective student should consult with the director of the degree program to which they seek admission.