HPPE - Graduate Programs
Deadline for completed online applications is August 1st
The Department of HPPE at Adams State University is committed to creating an environment in which the graduate student's curiosity is stimulated to facilitate lifelong intellectual activity.
While opportunities are provided to augment the student's breadth of knowledge, emphasis is directed toward specialized fields of study considered integral to the graduate educational process. The graduate faculty assists in creating a professional and challenging academic environment.
The Master of Arts and Master of Science
degrees in Human Performance and Physical Education provides a core
program within the field of HPPE. Students are then able to choose one
of four emphasis areas in which to specialize:
The Master of Arts and Master of Science degrees in HPPE do not lead to initial teacher licensure or an endorsement in physical education. Competitive assistantships with tuition waivers and stipends are available for those on campus students who meet the requirements.
Prepare for Careers in:
- Fitness Instruction
- General Health & Wellness
- Parks / Recreation
- Physical Education
- Physical Therapy
- Sport Management
- Sport Psychology / Counseling
- Strength & Conditioning