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1 Master of Arts in Health Physical Education and Recreation: School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, College of Education Vision Statement Graduate programs in the School of HPER are committed to preparing students for careers in health, physical education, exercise science, athletic training, physical activity, and recreation and advancing their training to assume leadership roles as educators, practitioners and researchers. Emphasis is given to producing professionals who will be lifelong learners and whose work is largely evidence based. Program Contact Information Dr. Kris Berg, Graduate Program Chair Health Physical Education & Recreation (HPER) Program Website Application Deadlines: Fall July 1 Spring November 1 Summer February 1 Application Requirements: Online Application One official copy of transcripts for ALL institutions previously attended Application Fee If English is not the language of nurture, official test scores from the TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE exam are required 500 on the Written TOEFL 173 on the computer-based TOEFL 61 on the internet-based TOEFL 5.5 on the IELTS 44 on the PTE Minimum GPA of at least 3.0 in undergraduate courses related to proposed major Program-Specific Requirements: Entrance Exam o only for Physical Education Pedagogy, Physical Education Coaching, Exercise Science, and Physical Activity in Health Promotion concentrations. o GRE score of 800 (verbal + quantitative) or a score of 286 (verbal + quantitative) in the new scoring system. Two (2) letters of recommendation Statement of Purpose

2 o Statement of goals and rationale for entering graduate program (maximum of 300 words) Master of Arts in Health, Physical Education and Recreation [MA-HPER Degree Requirements folder heading] MA-HPER Required Core Course (3 hours): HPER 8030 Research in HPER Student must select an area of concentration Health Education Concentration Required Concentration Courses (18 hours): HED 8270 Interventions in Health Education HED 8400 Health Promotion Program Planning HED 8600 Health Behavior HED 8750 Health Education: Instrumentation & Evaluation HED 8950 Health Leadership & Advocacy STAT 8005 Statistical Methods I OR PE 8040 Applied Statistics in Physical Education Electives (15 hours): Health/medical/education undergraduates choose at least one elective course (3 hours) from the following list and four courses (12 hours) at UNO or any of the University of Nebraska system campuses, upon approval of advisor. Students interested in worksite, community health, school health or patient education may want to choose from the following graduate course prefixes: COMM, COUN, GERO, HED, HPER, PA, PE, RLS, SOC. Unrelated field undergraduates choose four elective courses of the following: HED 8046 Prevention & Control of Disease HPER 8100 Research Project HED 8250 Human Sexuality HED 8330 Alcohol Education HED 8556 Health Aspects of Aging HED 8706 Women's Health Issues HED 8850 Health Aspects of Stress Management PE 8946 Exercise Physiology HED 8980 Practicum Health Studies Concentration Required Concentration Courses (15 hours): HED 8270 Interventions in Health Education HED 8400 Health Promotion Program Planning HED 8600 Health Behavior HED 8750 Health Education: Instrumentation & Evaluation HED 8950 Health Leadership & Advocacy Electives (18 hours): Health/medical/education undergraduates choose at least one elective course (3 hours) from list and five courses (15 hours) at UNO or any of the University of Nebraska system campuses, upon approval of advisor. Students interested in worksite, community health,

3 school health or patient education may want to choose from the following graduate course prefixes: COMM, COUN, GERO, HED, HPER, PA, PE, RLS, SOC. Unrelated field undergraduates choose four elective courses of the following: HED 8046 Prevention & Control of Disease HPER 8100 Research Project HED 8250 Human Sexuality HED 8330 Alcohol Education HED 8556 Health Aspects of Aging HED 8706 Women's Health Issues HED 8850 Health Aspects of Stress Management PE 8946 Exercise Physiology HED 8980 Practicum Physical Education Pedagogy Concentration Required Concentration Courses (12 hours): PE 8040 Applied Statistics in PE PE 8280 Curriculum in PE PE 8370 Analyzing PE Teaching & Sport PE 8400 Motor Learning Electives (21 hours): Choose from the following graduate course prefixes: HED, HPER, PE, RLS Physical Education Coaching Concentration Required Concentration Courses (21 hours): PE 8040 Applied Statistics in PE PE 8076 Optimizing Sports Performance PE 8240 Sport in American Culture PE 8370 Analyzing PE Teaching & Sport PE 8400 Motor Learning PE 8506 Behavioral Aspects of Coaching PE 8966 Topics in Sports Medicine Electives (12 hours): Choose from the following graduate course prefixes: HED, HPER, PE, RLS Exercise Science Concentration Five areas of emphasis are offered: Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, Motor Development/Control, Strength and Conditioning, Sport and Exercise Psychology Required Concentration Courses (15 hours): PE 8040 Applied Statistics in P.E. PE 8400 Motor Learning* PE 8410 Motor Control* PE 8420 Motor Development* PE 8450 Advanced Biomechanics PE 8905 Motivation for Physical Activity PE 8950 Advanced Exercise Physiology *one required; others may be used as electives Electives (18 hours) (chosen in consultation with your advisor):

4 HPER 8000 Programming with Matlab HPER 8100 Research Project HPER 8850 Exercise for Special Population PE 8016 Laboratory Methods In Exercise Science PE 8076 Optimizing Sports Performance PE 8120 Topics in Weight Management PE 8130 Implement Physical Activity in Diverse Populations PE 8140 Physical Activity Measurement PE 8206 Planning Worksite Wellness PE 8240 Sport in American Culture PE 8460 Occupational Biomechanics PE 8800 Risk Management for Health/Fitness Professionals PE 8856 Cardiac Rehabilitation Principles and Practices PE 8910 Internship CIP 806 Graduate Physiology CIP 916 Cardiopulmonary Function in Health & Disease COUN 8040 Professional & Ethical Issues for Professional Counselors COUN 8120 Counseling with Parents COUN 8200 Counseling Theories COUN 8500 Counseling and Consulting for Special Concerns COUN 8796 Practical and Experiential Training in Counseling COUN 8030 Counseling Practices COUN 8020 Introduction to Counseling MATH 8400 Dynamic Systems and Chaos MATH 8355 Differential Equations PSYC 8446 Abnormal Psychology PSYC 8456 Personality Theories PSYC 8590 Psychology of Exceptional Children PSYC 8836 Individual Differences PSYC 9070 Proseminar: Cognitive Psychology PSYC 9230 Proseminar: Behavioral Neuroscience PSYC 9430 Proseminar: Personality PSCY 9440 Proseminar: Social Psychology PSYC 9500 Socioemotional Development PSYC 9550 Psychosocial Development PSYC 9610 Industrial Motivation and Morale Physical Activity in Health Promotion Concentration Required Concentration Courses (24 hours): PE 8040 Applied Statistics in PE PE 8206 Planning Worksite Wellness Programs OR BSAD 8310 Management Performance in Organizations PE 8120 Current Topics in Weight Management PE 8130 Implementing Physical Activity in Culturally Diverse Populations PE 8140 Physical Activity Measurement HPER 8850 Exercise for Special Populations PE 8905 Motivation for Physical Activity OR HED 8600 Health Behavior HED 8950 Public Health Leadership and Advocacy Practical Experience (3 hours):

5 HPER 8100 Research Project in Physical Activity & Health Promotion Recommended Electives (6 hours) (others require advisor approval): HPER 8100 Research Project or as an Epidemiology course HED 8250 Human Sexuality HED 8270 Interventions in Health Education HED 3380 Alcohol Education HED 8400 Health Promotion Programming Planning HED 8556 Health Aspects of Aging HED 8600 Health Behavior HED 8700 Women's Health Issues HED 8750 Health Education: Implementation and Evaluation HED 8850 Health Aspects of Stress Management PE 8016 Lab Methods in Exercise Science PE 8400 Motor Learning PE 8450 Advanced Biomechanics PE 8856 Cardiac Rehab Principles & Practices PE 8865 Scientific Principles of Strength Training PE 8950 Advanced Exercise Physiology PE 8966 Topics in Sports Medicine RLS 8060 Perspectives of Leisure Education RLS 8420 Leisure, Play and Human Development COMM 8176 Organizational Communication COMM 8180 Topics in Speech Communication COMM 9400 Seminar in Small Group Communication PA 8730 Administration of Health Care Systems PA 8740 Health Care Policy PA 8750 The U.S. Health Care System BSAD 8320 Seminar in Human Resource Management BSAD 8350 Seminar in Management BSAD 8450 Seminar in Marketing Recreation Administration Concentration Required Concentration Courses (12 hours): RLS 8060 Perspectives of Leisure Education RLS 8406 Travel and Tourism RLS 8420 Leisure, Play and Human Development RLS 8246 Recreation Administration Specialization Courses (15 hours): RLS 8000 Special Studies in RLS RLS 8306 Recreation Programming RLS 8536 Recreation and Sports Opportunities for the Physically Disabled RLS 8616 RT: Process and Procedure HPER 8100 Research in HPER PE 8206 Planning Worksite Wellness Programs PE 8240 Sport in American Culture PA 8050 Introduction to Public Administration PA 8300 The Policy Process PA 8420 Organizational Theory & Behavior

6 TED 8486 Adult Group Leadership Electives: (6 hours) chosen to meet the needs of the area of specialization of the student MA-HPER Exit Requirements: Comprehensive Examination MA-HPER Total: 36 hours

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