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  Oct 17, 2017
 
 
    
2012-2013 Graduate Catalog THIS IS NOT THE CURRENT CATALOG. LINKS AND CONTENT ARE OUT OF DATE!

Master of Science in Exercise Physiology (EXP)


Adviser: Stephen McGregor, Ph.D.
318 Porter
734.487.0090
smcgregor@emich.edu

Restricted Electives: 9 hours


Select a focused area of study of six hours in consultation with an adviser, and choose one free elective:

  • Any course from BIO, CHEM, DTC, PHED, PSY, or SPMD as approved by a graduate adviser

Culmination Project: 6 hours


Select from either option I or option II:

A comprehensive exam must be taken in addition to either option.

Program Total: 33 hours


Notes:


* 225-hour experience. Internship does not count toward culmination project.

** Option I is recommended for students planning on pursuing doctoral degrees, Option II is recommended for students who did not perform an undergraduate internship or for students who require additional practical experience.

Applied Performance Physiology Track


This track consists of entirely online classes with an emphasis on the performance aspect of the Exercise Physiology discipline to accommodate distance based students.

Core Courses: 21 hours


Catalog Correction: Performance Measurement and Assessment (3 hrs)” is “SPMD 661,” not “SPMD 660”

  • SPMD 560 - Performance Nutrition (3 hrs)
  • SPMD 660 - Performance Measurement and Assessment (3 hrs)

Restricted Electives: 9 hours


Select a focused area of study of six hours and choose one free elective in consultation with an adviser.

Culmination Project: 3 hours


A comprehensive exam must be taken in addition to this option.

Program Total: 33 hours


Undergraduate Courses for Graduate Credit: School of Health Promotion and Human Performance


The following courses may be elected for graduate credit with the approval of your program advisor. A maximum of nine hours of approved 400-level course work may be permitted in the earning of any graduate degree.

If you intend to enroll in any of the following undergraduate courses for graduate credit, you must submit a request form from the Graduate School and Research to receive permission before enrolling in the course; otherwise, you will receive undergraduate credit.