2015-2016 Spring Supplemental Graduate

Sport and Exercise Science M.S. — Biomechanics Emphasis

College of Natural and Health Sciences

Degree Requirements — 33 Credits

See “Sport and Exercise Science M.S.”.

Degree Requirements

Required Credits (21 hours)

SES 550Neural Aspects of Kinesiology

3

SES 602Introduction to Research in Sport and Exercise Science

3

SES 625Laboratory Techniques in Exercise Science Research

3

SES 619Advanced Biomechanics

3

SES 620Neuromuscular Structure and Function

3

SES 629Concepts in Kinesiology

3

SRM 602Statistical Methods I

3

SES 629: Biomechanics of Locomotion

Select two of the following courses (6 hours):

SES 624Advanced Developmental Kinesiology

3

SES 626Metabolism

3

SES 627Muscle Physiology

3

SES 665Advanced Sociological Kinesiology

3

Elective Credits (0-6 hours)

Elective credits must have the approval of the program advisor and must satisfy the Thesis option or the Professional Research Project Option.

The following course is recommended to be used as an elective:

SES 692Graduate Internship in Sport and Exercise Science

1-6

Professional Research Project

The writing and presentation of a research project satisfies the completion of the comprehensive exam. Students must see an advisor in the Biomechanics Emphasis to develop a program matrix and research paper topic.

Thesis Option (Elective Credit Hours — 6)

The thesis option hours may be included as elective hours within a student’s program. The Thesis option requires the completion of an experimental research project (problem development, data collection and analysis, write-up, and defense).