M.A. in Sport and Recreation Management
The M.A. in Sport and Recreation Management prepares students for careers in professional, intercollegiate and interscholastic sports; campus, community and commerical recreation settings, and many other areas.
M.S. in Health & Human Physiology (without thesis)
The M.S. in Health & Human Physiology offers a subtrack in the areas of:
M.S. in Health & Human Physiology (with thesis)
The M.S. in Health & Human Physiology (with thesis) is designed to academically prepare students with BS or BA degree(s) for a doctoral degree program in the broad areas of health promotion and human physiology.
Ph.D. in Health & Human Physiology
The Ph.D. in Health & Human Physiology has no formal subtracks - focus areas will reflect the expertise of the faculty in the department.
Formal applications are handled through Graduate Admissions.
Prospective Graduate Students! The Department of HHP is looking for new MS (thesis) and PhD students for research positions [click here for more information]
For more information, please click through the headings on the left side (Programs, Funding, International Students, Contact Information).
Questions? Email the appropriate Program Chair, as designated below.
- Child Life - Ken Mobily, Ph.D.
- Sport and Recreation Management - Dan Matheson, J.D.
- MS or PhD in Health and Human Physiology - Gary Pierce, Ph.D.
Please see the Manual of Rules and Regulations of the Graduate College or the Graduate College section of the Catalog for more information.