Two degree programs are available to the student: Master of Arts degree in Kinesiology with Five Options and Master of Science degree in Kinesiology with four Options. Students may select the thesis/project track or the comprehensive examination track. Students who choose the thesis/project track are required to complete a thesis or a project. The minimum unit requirement for both the MA and MS degree programs is 36 units.
The application deadline for Spring is November 1 (September 1 for International students) and for Fall is June 1 (April 1 for international students). Click here to apply on-line.
On-line Graduate Assistantship Application (2016-17) (Due April 1, 2016) Click link to apply on-line https://csulb.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_cSjRZe99kC8yI29
Upon completion of the MA/MS Degree, students are expected to attain the following learning outcomes:
1. Students will apply their Kinesiology-related knowledge and skills to think critically and ethically in examining issues and solving problems associated with their chosen subdiscipline.
2. Students will communicate effectively and persuasively, both verbally and in writing, in academic and professional settings.
3. Students will interpret, evaluate, and apply the professional literature of their chosen Kinesiology subdiscipline.
For answers to questions regarding the graduate program in Kinesiology, contact Dr. Grant Hill