About this course
The programme offers learners with theoretical and practical study of Human Performance in Exercise Physiology, Sport Studies, Health Education, and Urban Recreation. The faculty is committed to research, scholarship, teaching leadership, service and creative work.
- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution with GPA at least 3.0 or B. In addition, students must meet the University requirement to take the Graduate Record Examination (and the TOEFL if applicable), have submitted letters of recommendation from persons in position to evaluate their academic work, and forwarded a sample of their analytic writing (preferably a graded critical paper).
- Students entering the program without an undergraduate major in health, physical education, or recreation must take 9 hours of deficiency courses or the equivalent, as determined by their graduate adviser.
- Submit three letters of recommendation, a statement of interest, official transcript(s) delivered and/or mailed in a sealed envelope by the Registrar of the college/university attended, and the most recent Graduate Record Examination scores.