Admission. Requirements to the Master of Science in Sports and Human Performance program are as follows:
1. A baccalaureate degree from an institution fully accredited by one of the recognized accrediting agencies with a major in sport management, exercise science or human performance or a closely related field. Prerequisite courses for the sport management concentration includes a course in statistics or measurement and evaluation, for the exercise science concentration a course in exercise physiology, and for the human performance concentration a course in statistics or measurement and evaluation and exercise physiology.
2. An overall undergraduate grade point average (UGPA) of a minimum of 2.75 or 3.0 on the last 64 hours of required course work.
3. Admitted students are required to enroll in 9 hours of initial course work as specified by the division. (Prior approval is required). NOTE: A minimum grade of B is required for each course for the initial 9 hours. A student with a grade below B in any of the three initial required courses will be allowed to repeat that course(s) one time. No additional courses toward completion of the degree may be taken until the 9-hour grade point average requirement is fully met.
4. A satisfactory score on a nationally recognized, standardized test of verbal skills.