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The Sports Science (SS) concentration leading to a Master of Science degree in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences is a one-year graduate program housed within the Department of Sports Medicine and Nutrition.

Program Summary
33 credits (full or part-time*) Program starts fall term only

1-3 years (varies)

Year-long internship/practicum (3 terms); Average class size: 11 students

 

 

 

 


Mission, Vision, and Goals

Mission: Provide superior education, research, and practical experiences to prepare students to be innovative and knowledgeable professionals in the fields of sports science.

Vision: Train thought leaders in sports science working in community, private, clinical, educational, and research settings.

Goals: The professional development of students who:

  • successfully attain employment and make immediate contributions
  • demonstrate relevant knowledge and marketable skills
  • contribute to the growth of sports science through research and innovation

Students in this program enjoy small class sizes that allow for optimal engagement and feedback from the instructors and opportunities to practice hands-on skills. 

*For information about completing the program part time, please email Sports Science Program Director Matthew Darnell.