Master of Science in Kinesiology
The Master of Science in Kinesiology program equips candidates for Christian servant leadership in the multi-faceted areas of Kinesiology, equipping them with intercultural and leadership skills equal to integrating their Christian faith and witness as they make significant contributions to the human endeavor. This degree will prepare students to apply their studies to the design of wellness, fitness, and health promotion programs in various settings of professional interest: education, corporate, and commercial. The program also includes scientific study in anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, and the biophysics of human movement.
PROGRAM DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
The Master of Science in Kinesiology is a 36-hour program. The program is composed of 18 kinesiology core hours, 6 hours of professional preparation, a 3-hour internship, and 9 hours of electives.
Kinesiology Core Courses
KNES 5301 - Exercise Physiology
KNES 5302 - Organization and Administration of Kinesiology and Sport
KNES 5303 - Mechanical Analysis of Motor Skills
KNES 5304 - Sport Nutrition
KNES 6310 - Current Trends and Issues in Kinesiology and Sport (S-L)
KNES 6326 - Psychology of Sport and Performance
Professional Preparation Area
KNES 6305 - Measurement, Evaluation, and Research in Kinesiology
KNES 6308 - Sociology of Sport
KNES 6020 - Culminating Experience
KNES 5321 - Internship
Choose 6 hours of kinesiology electives and any three-hour graduate elective (approved by program director).
Total Credit Hours Required
(S-L)=Course(s) with field-based service-learning component.
Refer to individual course descriptions for course requisites.
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