M.S. in Kinesiology

For more information about the M.S. in Kinesiology, call or schedule an appointment with Professor Rafael Bahamonde.

What you'll learn

The Master of Science degree includes 18 hours of major topics in kinesiology and human performance, as well as 18 hours of elective courses, 9 of which must be completed within the School of Physical Education and Tourism Management. Each graduate student is assigned an advisor who helps plan their course of study based on goals and experience.

Clinical Exercise Science Track

You'll explore human movement and neuromuscular control, including how to research, analyze, and interpret data in human performance. You may also choose from a list of electives that cover nutrition, sport psychology, corporate fitness, and childhood motor development.

  • HPER-K530 Mechanical Analysis of Human Performance
  • HPER-K535 Physiological Basis of Human Performance
  • HPER-K542 Neuromuscular Control of Human Movement
  • HPER-K562 Exercise in Health and Disease I
  • HPER-T590 Introduction to Research in Human Performance
  • HPER-T591 Interpretation of Data in Human Performance or HPER-G651 Introduction to Biostatistics I
  • HPER-K532 Clinical Biomechanics
  • HPER-K500 Muscle Physiology
  • GRAD-G819 Basic Bone Biology
  • HPER-K563 Cardiac Assessment in Exercise Testing
  • HPER-K564 Exercise in Health and Disease II
  • HPER-K500 Special Variable Topics (EMG, Gait Analysis, Cardiac Testing)
  • ANAT-D850 Gross Anatomy
  • PHSL-F503 Human Physiology
  • PHSL-F708 Cardiac and Coronary Physiology of Exercise
  • HPER-K553 Physical Activity and Disease
  • SHRS-W661 Theories of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
  • HPER-K533 Advanced Theories of High Level Performance
  • HPER-K552 Problems in Adapted Physical Education
  • SHRS-N500 Nutrition I
  • HPER-K525 Sport Psychology
  • HPER-K602 Independent Research
  • HPER-K576 Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education
  • HPER-K601 Readings in Physical Education
  • HPER-K560 Corporate Fitness and Wellness
  • HPER-K545 Childhood Motor Development
  • HPER-K541 Nature of Motor Skills
  • HPER-T592 Statistical Techniques of Research in Health, Physical Education, and Recreation or HPER-G652 Introduction to Biostatistics II
  • HPER-K602 Thesis Option-Independent Research Hours
  • HPER-K602 Independent Research
  • N802 Techniques of Effective Grant Writing
  • RAD-G504 Intro to Research Ethics