Exercise and Nutrition Sciences
The Department of Health and Human Development offers a Master of Science degree with
an option in exercise and nutrition sciences with two programs of study: 1) exercise physiology and nutrition, and 2) sport and coaching sciences. The exercise physiology and nutrition program allows students to focus on understanding
the determinants of physical activity and energy expenditure, adaptations to exercise
that impact human work performance and disease risk, and exercise metabolism and nutrition.
A graduate student may earn a verification statement by completing required classes in the MSU dietetics program. The verification statement
is needed in order to apply to an accredited dietetic internship.
The sport and coaching sciences program is designed to meet the need in advanced coaching and sport science abilities at the local, state, national and international levels. Course work includes knowledge pertinent to coaches of all sports at developmental, competitive, and high performance levels as well as sport administrators in both public and private sectors.
Depending on the student's goals, undergraduate degree, and course work, additional courses may be added or deleted to supplement the curriculum.
February 15 application deadline; students start fall semester only.