Master of Science Kinesiology
Barton’s Kinesiology graduate program takes your knowledge of fitness, human performance, and exercise science to the next level. You will gain the edge you need in your career through the national certifications incorporated within your coursework.
4+1 Fast Track to Your Master’s Degree!
Entering freshmen, you can earn your B.S. in Exercise Science and your M.S. in Kinesiology at the same time.
Five Years. Two Degrees.
- 3.00 GPA or higher
- 2.75 Provisional GPA
Students may enter the program under probationary status and would have the first semester to prove they can maintain a 3.0 in graduate school. Students with a 3.0 GPA are fully accepted into the program.
The M.S. in Kinesiology prerequisite courses include Exercise Physiology, Kinesiology, Nutrition, Statistics, Exercise Testing and Prescription, Program Design and Implementation, and Anatomy and Physiology (minimum of four credits).
- Apply online at www.barton.edu/gradapply/.
- Send official transcripts from accredited undergraduate college or university. If you are a Barton alumnus, the College already has your transcript on file.
- Email required documents to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Personal statement listing academic and career goals
- Two recommendations addressing your potential to successfully complete graduate-level coursework
Tuition for applicants who hold a baccalaureate degree is $600 per graduate semester credit hour. This includes cost of books and certifications.
- Applied Statistics and Research Methods (3 hours; online)
- Advanced Exercise Physiology (3 hours)
- Special Topics in Kinesiology (3 hours; online)
- Advanced Methods in Strength Training OR Professional Methods in Exercise Physiology (3 hours)
- Biomechanics (3 hours)
- Graduate Practicum I (4 hours; hybrid)
- Advanced Conditioning Methods OR Programming in Fitness and Wellness (3 hours)
- Advanced Concepts in Corrective Exercise (3 hours; hybrid)
- Graduate Practicum II (4 hours; hybrid)
- Research Capstone (3 hours; hybrid)
Tim Dornemann, Ed.D.
Director of Exercise Science
Associate Professor of Allied Health and Sport Studies