Master of Human Performance
Cost per credit hour
*36 for Thesis Track
Master of Science in Human Performance**
The LCU Master of Science in Human Performance is an advanced degree in Exercise and Sport Sciences designed for students interested in pursuing advanced study in kinesiology, exercise science, motor performance, and strength and conditioning. This program was developed to prepare students with an advanced education in the applied field of human performance to meet industry employment demands in high-growth exercise and sport science fields. Bureau of Labor Statistics projected growth rates between 2021-2031 for:
**Pending approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
Total Hours Non-Thesis Track: 30
Thesis Track Courses – 6 additional hours (36 total hours):
The Master of Science in Human Performance is an advanced degree in Exercise and Sport Sciences designed for students interested in pursuing advanced study in kinesiology, exercise science, motor performance, and strength and conditioning. As an advanced degree in this area, in addition to general LCU Graduate admission requirements, the program has some specific requirements for admission. These specific requirements are outlined below:
Applicants for graduate programs must also meet the following requirements for unconditional admission:
The following will be included in the catalog as additional program requirements for this program. This is consistent with the practice for other graduate-level academic programs as each graduate program may have specific prerequisite learning, certification, or licensure required for applicants.
Additional Program Admission Requirements for the MS in Human Performance:
Once we receive your application submission, you will be contacted by a Graduate Studies representative with further instructions on submission of your additional application materials.