2017-2018 Graduate Studies Catalog

100 retake the exam after a three-week remedial period. Students will have two more attempts to meet the 80% passing rate. If 80% is not attained by the third attempt a student will need to consult with the program director regarding the necessary steps needed to graduate. Students will also complete an exit interview with the program director and other faculty as needed. Completion of the comprehensive written exam and exit interview must be completed two weeks prior to the end of the semester. Graduation Requirements Successful completion of 30 hours of course work (3.0 GPA), 80% or higher on the comprehensive exam, and an exit interview. Degree Completion Requirements Students are required to complete the following 9 hours: Core Courses KSPR 6391 Applied Professional Experience .....................................................................3 KSPR 6305 Research Methods and Statistical Analysis .....................................................3 KSPR 6300 Current Trends & Professional Communication..............................................3 Total ....................................................................................................................................9 *Students can choose the remaining 21 hours from the courses listed below. Recommendations are made based on industry and career goals, although students are able to take courses from both areas of recommendations to complete their 21 hours. Recommended courses for students pursuing Coaching, Recreation and Sport Administration KSPR 6304 Instructional Strategies.....................................................................................3 KSPR 6314 Sport Law.........................................................................................................3 KSPR 6307 Org. & Admin. Of Athletics ............................................................................3 KSPR 6319 Outdoor Education ...........................................................................................3 KSPR 6019 Outdoor Education Lab (MayTerm) ................................................................3 KSPR 6333 Graphic Design, Publ., & Photo.......................................................................3 KSPR 6315 Facilities Design...............................................................................................3 KSPR 6316 Principles of Sport & Rec. Management .........................................................3 KSPR 6308 Global Sport .....................................................................................................3 KSPR 6325 Philosophy & Foundation of Coaching............................................................3 KSPR 6341 Sports Ministry.................................................................................................3 Recommended courses for students pursuing Exercise Science and Human Performance KSPR 6301 Advanced Exercise Physiology.........................................................................3 KSPR 6327 Exercise and Sport Psychology and Counseling...............................................3 KSPR 6360 Sport Performance Enhancement......................................................................3 KSPR 6309 Biomechanics ....................................................................................................3 KSPR 6361 Advanced Strength & Conditioning..................................................................3 KSPR 6326 Sport & Exercise Nutrition ...............................................................................3 Course Descriptions All KSPR students must have the following core classes: KSPR 6391 Applied Professional Experience, KSPR 6300 Current Trends & Professional Communication and KSPR 6305 Research Methods and Statistical Analysis. Course Descriptions KSPR 6391 Applied Professional Experience (3-0-3) An internship of the student’s choice, approved by the program director, is required to gain

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