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Master of Science in Education - Exercise Science

 

Program Description

Students may pursue an MSE in Exercise Science, housed in the Department of Health, Human Performance, and Sport (HHPS). Graduate study in HHPS is designed to enhance the HHPS teaching techniques and to enable the recipient of the MSE degree to: (1) achieve new and broadened academic competencies through course work, (2) achieve more effective teaching techniques through methodology courses, (3) develop competencies in research, (4) provide professional and academic training for those desiring to teach or administer in HHPS programs at the post secondary level, and (5) understand the impact of science and
its relationship to success in HHPS.

 

MSE in Exercise Science - Graduate Manual

 

Total Semester Credits

 

Typical Programs of Study Non -Teaching Emphasis: Exercise Science (MSE) 36 hours


Selected Professional Education Core Courses: 12 hours
EDU 626 Advanced Educational Psychology ................................3
EDU/PED 622 Statistical Applications & Data Analysis ..............3
EDU/PED 650 Research Design ....................................................3
PED 671 Recent Lit & Research in Education & HHPS ...............3
Exercise Science: 24 hours
This option requires that a student complete 24 hours of exercise science courses plus above core. The non-thesis
option is suggested, unless the student plans to complete a doctorate.
(for non-WSC Exercise Science graduates:)
PED *507 Motor Perception/Adapt for Special Populations ........3
551 Advanced Exercise Physiology ......................................3
570 Fitness Evaluation and Assessment ...............................3
593 Fieldwork in Exercise Science .................................. 1-9
615 Advanced Clinical Exercise Physiology ....................... ..3
664 Sport Event and Facility Management… .......................3
695 Independent Study (in Exercise Science) .......................3
Electives (by advisement) .............................................................3
*not required for thesis option candidates
(for WSC Exercise Science graduates)
PED *507 Motor Perception/Adapt for Special Populations ........3
551 Advanced Exercise Physiology .....................................3
591 Special Project (in Exercise Science) ............................3
593 Fieldwork in Exercise Science .................................. 0-9
615 Advanced Clinical Exercise Physiology .........................3
695 Independent Study (in Exercise Science) ......................3
Electives (by advisement) .............................................................3
*not required for thesis option candidates

 

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