Health and Kinesiology

Graduate Program

M.S. in Kinesiology

Kinesiology Generalist

This concentration is offered in a traditional format where some face-to-face courses are required. This generalist degree plan is chosen by students wanting the flexibility to take coursework in across all of the kinesiology sub-disciplines, and to tailor their degree to meet their specific needs and interests. The degree may be pursued under a 36-credit hour course only option, a 36-credit hour option requiring a research project or internship, or 30-credit hour option requiring a thesis.

Undergraduate prerequisites requirements for this specific program:

  • Anatomy and Physiology I and II (BIOL 2401 and BIOL 2402)
  • Physiology of Exercise (EDKN 3436)

*Students are still encouraged to apply if they do not have the prerequisites mentioned. However, students are expected to complete these courses during their first year in the program.

Dr. Brian Menaker

Overview and Admission Requirements

Kinesiology Generalist Degree Plan

Program Guidelines and Procedures Manual