Sports Science and Rehabilitation Master's Degree (M.S.) Admissions Information
The Master of Science in Sports Science and Rehabilitation Degree Program can be completed concurrently with the Doctor of Chiropractic Degree Program or separately as a masters degree in itself.
What are the requirements for admission?
- Bachelor's degree, no specific major
- Strong science foundation to include:
- 6 hours of Biological Sciences
- 6 hours of Chemistry
- 3 hours of Physics
- 3 hours of additional Physics/Kinesiology/Exercise Science/Biomechanics/Statistics
- 3 hours in college-level math
- Cumulative GPA of 2.5/4.0 in the baccalaureate degree
- A Graduate Record Exam (GRE) score of at least 283 (combined verbal and quantitative). The previous minimum qualifying score of 750 (combined verbal and quantitative) will continue to be accepted by applicants who took the exam prior to September 2011 and provide documentation. The GRE score of 750 will be accepted in documentation for up to 5 years (until September of 2016). GRE information can be found at www.ets.org. If you are a Doctor of Chiropractic, successful passage of all parts of Part I of the National Board Exam (NBCE).
- Applicant must be in good professional standing
- Completion of the graduate application
How to apply?
Students can apply online or by obtaining a paper application from the Office of Admissions.
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.
What classes are involved?
Fifty (50) hours of coursework. This coursework will be taken over five semesters combining both classroom, lab and clinical experience. Logan offers the Master of Science in Sports Science and Rehabilitation in a hybrid online format. All courses may not be offered each trimester.
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.
How do I pay for the coursework?
Federal Graduate PLUS Loan funds are available to all eligible students.