Master of Arts in Health and Kinesiology
To be considered for admission to the Master of Arts degree program in Health and Kinesiology, an applicant must meet the following criteria:
- Meet all University and Graduate School admission requirements.
- Regular admission submit a score of 800 or better on the General Test of the GRE (Verbal and Quantitative).
- A student not eligible for regular admission may be admitted with provisional status
in two ways:
- A GRE Score of 700 to 799.
- A score of 1250 or better based on a formula 200 times the last sixty hours or cumulative undergraduate grade point average plus the General Test (Verbal and Quantitative) score on the Graduate Record Examination.
- Applicants for the Masters of Arts in Health and Kinesiology are required to have completed a baccalaureate degree. The undergraduate degree should be in health or kinesiology or a related field (e.g. nursing, dietetics, biology), or should have included adequate preparation for graduate study of health and kinesiology. Applicants whose undergraduate degree is in a field other than health and kinesiology may be required to complete a maximum of 21 hours of undergraduate courses recommended by the department. All students are required to have completed 4 hours of human anatomy and physiology.
- Graduate students enrolled in the Kinesiology concentration may not transfer in more than 6 semester hours from another university and/or program.
- Graduate students enrolled in the other three concentrations (Exercise Science, Health Studies, and Health Promotion and Exercise Science) may not transfer in more than 9 semester hours from another university and/or program.