Master's ProgramsGeneral Description
The Masters of Science in Education (MSEd) programs in the Department of HHPR prepare students for careers exercise physiologists, sport management specialists, physical education specialists, and coaches. A six-hour core curriculum is required for each MSEd major. Students then specialize in one of four areas (see below).
The Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program in the Department of HHPR prepares students for careers in public and community health education. Course requirements in this major include core courses in public health and requirements specific to the specialization of community health education.
Opportunities for practicum, internship, and independent study experiences exist for all degree and specialization areas. Each student must successfully complete core and specialty course requirements, pass an oral or written comprehensive examination, and successfully complete a culminating experience which may consist of a thesis, internship, practicum, or research manuscript as outlined by the specific emphasis area. Additional requirements vary with the area of specialization (click below for more information):
HHPR Masters Degree Application Process
Students interested in MPH Program Graduate Assistantships should complete the MPH GA/GTA Application.
Deadlines for Completed MSEd Applications:
-Fall Enrollment - March 1
Deadline for Completed MPH Applications:
-Fall Entry Only: February 1
For more information contact:
Dr. Glenn Miller
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Dr. Jeffrey Petersen
Additional information about degree requirements can also be found at the links for each graduate program.