The Movement Arts, Health Promotion & Leisure Studies department offers graduate students the following programs:
Individually tailored internship opportunities available in human performance/health fitness and other clinical or physical education scenarios. Option to design a completely individualized program to meet your career and education goals. Select from a number of elective credits to enhance your program.
Please note that the University Catalog is the official resource for up-to-date program information and course descriptions. The curriculum listed is for informational purposes only. Please consult the University Catalog for the most current requirements.
Not all classes are available each semester. To view what courses are currently being offered, please view current course offerings.
Application for admission should be made through the College of Graduate Studies. Applicants who do not possess an adequate background in physical education and/or related areas will be required to make up course deficiencies. Such background coursework will not be applied to the graduate program's minimum credit requirements.
Last Modified: November 18, 2010
The Movement Arts Graduate Program will be offering informational sessions to help provide information about our programs as well as guidance into understanding your options for a concentration. Faculty members will be present to answer any questions you may have. The next session will be announced shortly. Parking is available in the Moakley parking lot. For directions to Bridgewater State University, go to our Directions web page. If you have any further inquiries about these sessions, please contact Dr. Deborah Sheehy at 508-531-1466.