Graduate
Master's

Health & Human Performance

School of Education & Human Services

Cardiac rehabilitation specialist, stress test technologist, health promotion program director, health and fitness consultant, or strength and conditioning specialist. Those are just a few career paths you can consider in the ever-expanding medical field with an MS in Health and Human Performance.

Cost
$640/credit hour
Length
1-2 years
Credits
34-35 Credits, Full-time or Part-time
Program Format
On Campus
Currently Accepting Applications For
Spring, Summer, and Fall
Open

Choose a specialty track in cardiac rehabilitation, health promotion, or strength and conditioning. Either way, you will be trained by experts in the field as you acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to further your career as a health professional. You will also be well prepared to go on for a terminal degree to become a medical doctor or physical therapist.

State of the art facilities and equipment enable you to practice stress testing and electrocardiography, use metabolic analyzers to assess aerobic fitness, or use the Bod Pod or underwater weigh tank to measure body composition. You will also gain hands on field experience through internships or a thesis project.

Distinctions

This hybrid program, with classes on campus and online, allows you the flexibility of a virtual classroom along with convenient use of on-campus facilities.

Extended Learning Opportunities
This program prepares students for the for the ACSM-CPT, ACSM-EP, and ACSM-CEP certification exams.
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