Graduate Catalog

MS Human Performance and Wellness, SEPP/Master’s of Business Administration, Dual Degree

This dual degree program, within the Sport & Exercise Sciences Programs and the School of Business, allows students to receive a Master’s in Human Performance and Wellness, SEPP specialization and Master’s in Business Administration, combined, in a fraction of the time.

Master of Science/ Master of Business Administration (60-69 credits)

Degree Total for Applied OR Thesis Track: 60
Degree Total for Applied AND Thesis Track 69

Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology Required Courses (18 credits)

SES-537SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

3

SES-547BIOMECH MUSCLOSKEL INJURIES

3

SES-616RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3

SES-625MOTOR LEARNING AND CONTROL

3

SES-662EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY

3

PSY-531PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS

3

SEPP Applied Track Component (6 credits)

SES-660PERF ENHANCEMENT PSYCHOLOGY

3

CSL-652INDIV COUNSELING PROCEDURES

3

Note: Students may choose to enroll in both applied and research components adding 9 credits to their academic program.

Research Emphasis Course Requirement (9 credits)

SES-624ADV STATS FOR SPRT & EX SCS

3

-Or

SES-630QUAL RES SPRT & EXC SCIENCES

3

- 

SES-689THESIS I

3

SES-690THESIS II

3

Master of Business Administration (27 credits)

MBA-603INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

3

MBA-617TECH&INFO SYSTEMS

3

MBA-621MANAGERIAL FINANCE

3

MBA-646MKT IN A DYNAMIC ENVIRON

3

MBA-660MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

3

MBA-681ECO FOR STRATEGIC DECISIONS

3

MBA-6821

MBA-683LEAD & ADV MGMT CONCEPTS

3

MBA-692SOC/LEG/ETH ASP OF BUS

3

Prerequisite and Preparatory Courses

MBA students must have undergraduate preparation in specific courses/areas (detailed below) from an accredited institution prior to admission to graduate programs in the School of Business. The Dean, or the Dean’s designee, will review each applicant’s undergraduate record to determine which preparatory workshops are required from the student. The decision whether to accept an undergraduate course as equivalent preparation for entry into MBA coursework is at the discretion of the Dean or the Dean’s designee. MBA students must have taken the following undergraduate courses, obtaining a grade of “C” or better in each.

6 credit hours of Financial and Managerial Accounting
6 credit hours of Macro and Microeconomics
3 credit hours of College Algebra or Pre-calculus
3 credit hours of Statistics
3 credit hours of Finance
3 credit hours of Management
3 credit hours of Operations Management
3 credit hours of Marketing