Master of Science in Human Movement Science

The Master of Science in Human Movement Science (MSHMS) is a post-graduate degree program for the advanced professional preparation of Human Movement Science specialists. This 39-unit discipline-based and research-oriented curriculum aims to equip its graduates with skills of critical inquiry and research for the advancement of knowledge and practice in Human Movement Science. Students may choose from one of the three areas of specialization: Exercise Science, Leisure Studies, or Physical Education. Students are required to finish the program in 3-5 years with a general weighted average (GWA) of 2.000 or better. Graduates of this program take leadership roles in the community, educational institutions, health and wellness industry, and professional sports, or pursue higher studies in the field.

Admission Requirements

The program is open to individuals with undergraduate degrees related to the field of Human Movement Sciences (i.e., Physical Education, Sports and Exercise Science, and Allied Medical Professions). The selection criteria include the general weighted average obtained in the undergraduate degree program, passing a written examination and panel interview, the quality of any previous published/written work, motivation, and proficiency in either English or Filipino.

MSHMS Curriculum

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