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Master of Science


in Sport and Human Performance

The Sport and Human Performance degree is a 36 credit hour program offering three concentrations: Exercise Science, Sports Management, & Human Performance

Each concentration provides opportunities for students to complete practicum hours, research projects, and internships.

To review admission requirements for the MS in Sport and Human Performance degree program, see the 2015-2016 Graduate Catalog.

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Graduate assistantships are offered to students seeking work experience as athletic coaches, athletic trainers, sports information personnel, and personal trainers in the health and wellness area.

Graduate assistants help to complete athletic, athletic training, and wellness professional staffs. Assistantships may be available in the Division of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation.

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Requirements for Graduation
Degree Requirements. A candidate for the Master of Science in Sport and Human Performance degree in the College of Education is required to meet the following:

  • Fulfill the general requirements for a graduate degree at Delta State University;
  • Complete graduate work consisting of core courses, major field hours and elective hours as specified. At least one half of major field courses must be at 600-level or higher;
  • Earn a B average on the degree core courses (PER 601, PER 602, PER 611, PER 638, ELR 605)
  • Earn a grade point average of at least 3.0 in the major field and overall;
  • Pass an oral and/or written comprehensive examination, in the candidate’s major field of study, administered by a committee appointed by the division chair;
  • Optional. With the consent of the advisor, a candidate may elect to write a thesis for 6 semester hours of credit in the major field.

 

Mary L Jones, PhD
Division Chair and Associate Professor
FE Wyatt 102
mljones@deltastate.edu
662.846.4555
Franco Zengaro, PhD
HPER Graduate Studies Coordinator
FE Wyatt 106
fzengaro@deltastate.edu
662.846.4557