Master of Arts in Kinesiology (Sport and Human Performance)

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Master of Arts in Kinesiology - Sport and Human Performance

Admission Requirements

  • Submit Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores, and when applied to the following formula, 250 (undergraduate grade point average) + GRE scores, attain a minimum of 1500 for regular admission.
  • Complete an undergraduate degree with a Kinesiology/Sport Management major or minor or related field, and have completed 12 hours of advanced coursework related to the masters emphasis. These advanced hours must be approved by the Kinesiology graduate coordinator. See the undergraduate catalog for a description of these classes.
  • Complete the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and score at least 550 (paper-based), 213 (computer-based) or 79 (internet-based), if that individual is from a non-English speaking country.

Students admitted to the program on a conditional basis are allowed to complete a maximum of 6 graduate hours.

Application Requirements

  • Graduate Admissions Application
  • Application Fee
  • Official transcript from the baccalaureate degree-granting institution
  • Bachelor's degree with a major or minor in Kinesiology/Sport Management or a related field
  • Twelve hours of advanced coursework related to the master’s emphasis; must be approved by the Kinesiology graduate coordinator
  • Two recommendation letters
  • Statement of intent/interest
  • Official GRE scores
  • NOTE: For regular admission, students should meet the following formula: 250(UGPA) + GRE scores = 1500 or higher

    Academic Advisor

    Dr. Glave

    Dr. A. Page Glave

    936.294.3324
    icc_dcp@shsu.edu

    Graduate Studies Support


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