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The Division of Kinesiology and Health offers a combined Bachelor/Master of Science program to give the University of Wyoming Division of Kinesiology and Health students an opportunity to receive a Master's education with only one additional year of schooling. During the admitted student's senior year, he/she will enroll in a maximum of two (6 credits) of 4000 level courses that will be counted both towards his/her undergraduate B.S. degree and towards his/her M.S. degree. Also, during the admitted student's senior year, he/she will enroll in at least two (6 credits) of 5000 level courses. Qualifying courses must be instructed by a faculty member.
The admission to the program includes:
A student must have a cumulative University of Wyoming GPA equal to or greater than 3.25.
A student must have a cumulative Kinesiology and Health GPA equal to or greater than 3.4.
A faculty member must agree to supervise the student through the student's time in the M.S. program.
The application will take place in the period of time between the student's completion of 90 credits and the following semester's advising week. Special enrollment may be allowed after this benchmark, only with approval from the Graduate Coordinator. Students will complete the standard application and submit a recommendation from their future mentor.