The program focuses on the application of movement science in sport, the workplace, and activities of daily living. Students pursue course work, thesis research, and internships that examine the basic and applied principles of human biomechanics, ergonomics, exercise physiology, lifespan development, motor learning and control, neuromuscular physiology, and sport and exercise psychology.
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Course work must include 4 courses
For more information about the M.H.K. thesis option, please consult the Guidelines for Major Papers, Theses, and Dissertations on the Graduate Studies website.
Internship: 95-795, 360 hours
Course work must include 7 courses
For more information about the M.H.K. internship option, please consult the Internship Handbook.