The Master of Science degree in Health and Kinesiology is designed for students seeking advanced skills and professional development in Health and Kinesiology. The program is also designed for students who wish to pursue a research career in Health and Kinesiology or to continue their studies at other universities at the doctoral level.
This degree is jointly administered by the departments of Kinesiology and Public Health.
There are three areas of specialization, each with a thesis (33 credit hours) and non-thesis (36 credit hours) track:
Thesis Track (33 credit hours) is recommended for students who wish to pursue a doctoral degree or for those who wish to obtain research-intensive positions within city, state, and government agencies. Six hours of master’s thesis research is included in the total credit hours required for this option.
Non-Thesis Track (36 credit hours) is recommended for current and future educators who wish to gain both additional training and practical knowledge for professional development. Students who are interested in pursuing careers in community and non-profit organizations may select this option.
Graduates of this program pursue careers as teachers, coaches, researchers, supervisors, health workers and administrators in education, health, and private sector settings.
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All applicants must meet UTSA Graduate School admission requirements and be in good standing with last institution attended. In addition, applicants must meet/fulfill the following departmental requirements or submissions:
Graduate Advisor of Record
Dr. William Land
Department of Kinesiology