M.S. in Health Sciences
The 36-credit M.S. in Health Sciences is aimed at education on the scientific basis of exercise and the effect of exercise on health, performance and disease prevention.
A required core of courses (24 credits) provides students with a unique opportunity to examine physical activity and exercise from an interdisciplinary approach including behavioral, sports medicine, health, nutritional, physiological, neurological and therapeutic perspectives.
Students may choose from one of the following concentrations:
In each concentration, students may elect to complete 12 credits including an internship experience, or 12 credits including a thesis.