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MS - HPER

Course Sequence

The Masters of Science in HPER is a 33 credit program which includes 18 credits of required classes and 15 credits of student selected electives. The required classes include PE 707, PE 738, PE 768, PE 858, PE 865, and PE 868.

Sample Curricular Plan

First Fall Semester
PE 707 Applied Psychology in Health, Sport, and Movement Science (3 hrs)
Elective

First Spring Semester
PE 738 Advanced Technology in HPER (3 hrs)
PE 768 Advanced Exercise Physiology (3 hrs)

First Summer Semester
PE 858 Ethics in HPER (3 hrs)
Elective

Second Fall Semester
PE 865 Statistics in HPER (3 hrs)
Elective

Second Spring Semester
PE 868 Research in HPER (3 hrs)
Elective

Second Summer Semester
Elective

Required Courses

The required courses in this degree program are typically offered in the following rotation.

PE 707 Applied Psychology in Health, Sport, and Movement Science (3 hrs) – Every semester (including summer)

PE 738 Advanced Technology in HPER (3 hrs) – Every semester (including summer)

PE 768 Advanced Exercise Physiology (3 hrs) – Every semester (including summer)

PE 858 Ethics in HPER (3 hrs) – Every semester (including summer)

PE 865 Statistics in HPER (3 hrs) – Every semester (including summer)

PE 868 Research in HPER (3 hrs) – Every fall and spring semester; never summer

Elective Courses

The elective course rotation is dependent upon faculty availability, as well as budgeted summer compensation.

Elective courses are typically offered at least twice over the three semesters (fall, spring, summer) of an academic year. Each semester between 10-13 elective classes are offered to match the student demand.