Master of Arts in Physical Education (MA) - Thesis option
This degree provides the students with the opportunity to develop a program with a specific focus on curriculum development or instructional strategies. Course work provides the knowledge and skills to complete a required thesis, which is subject to an oral examination. Typical program length is 2 – 2 ½ years.
Program Requirements: Total = 18 units
|Research methods course (EPHE 573)||3.0|
|Coursework within EPHE (two courses from the list of 580 courses below)||3.0|
|EPHE 580 Physiological Issues in Physical Activity and Health (1.5)|
|EPHE 581 Psychological Issues in Physical Activity and Health (1.5)|
|EPHE 582 Neuroscience in Physical Activity and Health (1.5)|
|EPHE 583 Issues in Health Promotion and Wellness (1.5)|
|EPHE 584 Pedagogical Issues in Physical Activity and Health (1.5)|
|Attendance at the School Research Seminar (EPHE 500)||0.0|
|Complementary course(s) in research techniques||1.5-3.0|
|Electives*: Complete 2 – 4 electives to support your program of study||3.0-6.0|
|Thesis: All MAPE students complete a thesis (EPHE 599)||4.5-6.0|
*Electives may be chosen from courses in the School of Exercise Science, Physical & Health Education, including Directed Studies or Special Topic courses, or other departments, to increase the knowledge base in your area of interest.