Master of Science in Sports Science & Rehabilitation
Requirements to Enroll
Advanced training is essential for professionals planning to work with athletes. The Master of Science in Sports Science & Rehabilitation is a unique degree option that provides graduates with advanced training to treat sports injuries and succeed in performance management.
What Are The Requirements For Admission?
Admissions requirements for the Master's of Science in Sports Science & Rehabilitation can be found in the Academic Catalog
How Do I Apply?
Students can apply online
or by obtaining a paper application from the Office of Admissions by email at Admissions@logan.edu
Who Can Apply?
Students interested in working with athletes, teaching and gaining added experience in this specialty.
How Long Will It Take?
The program can be completed in a year-around format (three 15-week terms per year). Expected completion is two and a half years. You have a maximum of five years from the time you begin to complete the Master of Science degree.
Do I Need A Bachelor's Degree?
Yes - either through Logan's Bachelor of Science Degree Programs in Human Biology or Life Sciences or from another accredited undergraduate university. There is no specific major required for this degree program. Send transcripts to the Office of Admissions for a free, confidential evaluation of your coursework.
When Are The Master Of Science Classes Offered?
Students are able to start coursework three times per year (January, May or September). Academic Advisors will assist in setting up a schedule of classes.