Graduate Study Plans – General Guidelines
The Master’s degree in Kinesiology consists of a total of 30 units, at least 18 units of which must be 500-level. Once accepted into the program, each student must create an advisor-approved study plan before completing 13 units of work. With advisor approval, up to nine units of 400/500-level course work, not applied to another degree, may be included on the study plan that was taken at another university or in another department at CSUF.
All official graduate study plans must include the following:
Sample Graduate Study Plans
All approved graduate study plans will meet the general requirements outlined above. The links below are examples of several potential study plans within the various sub-disciplinary areas offered in the Kinesiology department. These are for illustrative purposes only, and are not indicative of required curriculum choices.
Clinical Sport Healthcare
Sport & Performance Psychology
Strength & Conditioning
Sociocultural and Philosophical Aspects of Human Movement