The MS Program in Kinesiology with a Specialization in Exercise Physiology is primarily intended for students who wish to gain an advanced knowledge base in the areas of clinical or research exercise physiology. Both Thesis (30 hours minimum) and Non-Thesis program (36 hours minimum) options are available to allow students to choose between a more clinical versus research focus in their studies.
Opportunities for teaching, mentoring and clinical experience are also provided through Graduate Teaching Assistantships and/or internships. Click on the links below for more information about thesis and non-thesis program options and available assistantships for the upcoming fall.
The general requirements and assistanships for the doctoral degree are outlined in the graduate bulletin.
- Assistantship Information
- Application Procedures
- Sample Plan of Study for course work in the masters program in Exercise Physiology