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The Master of Public Health degree is a two-year program offered through the Department of Health and Human Performance. There are currently two concentrations; Community Health and Physical Activity. Both options offer students invaluable breadth of public health related knowledge, training and skills set needed to optimize career opportunities at the local, state, regional, national and global level. The program via in-built flexibility accommodates both traditional and non-traditional students yet ensures that all graduates are well grounded in the core competencies of public health regardless of specialization.

Students typically enroll in the program from a variety of backgrounds. Students may choose the thesis option or complete a six-credit hour internship as part of the non-thesis option.​


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Queen of Health

Living and Breathing Community Health

Former Miss Middle Tennessee Blue Raider, Mrs. LaShan Dixon uses her many skills developed at MTSU in her personal, professional and pageant world. While at MTSU she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science, Graduate Certificate in Health Care Management, Graduate Certificate in Gerontology, and her Master’s degree in Health and Human Performance (now MPH). Professionally, LaShan works as the Assistant Public Health County Director for the Rutherford County Health Department. In 2017, as Mrs. Tennessee United States she was honored to receive a proclamation from the Murfreesboro City Mayor as well as from the Rutherford County Mayor who proclaimed December 4th as LaShan Mathews Dixon Day for her professional and personal commitment to improving the quality of life for others in the community. She is the founder of Walking with a Purpose and Co- Founder of H.O.P.E. Every day (Helping Other People Excel Every day) with her husband, Lamar. “Throughout my life, I have made every effort to demonstrate personal and professional excellence in all that I do,” says LaShan.  

LaShan is very active with a number of community organizations including serving as Graduate Advisor for the Eta Psi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. at MTSU, Board Examiner for the Tennessee Center for Performance Excellence, Resolutions Committee Chair of Tennessee Public Health Association, Board Member of the Prevention Coalition for Success Committee, Board Member of the Heart of Tennessee American Red Cross, and Member of the Community Wellness Council of Rutherford County. LaShan has been a leader in the Rutherford County community for more than 10 years, hosting multiple community events while contributing towards several grants for women and underserved populations.

On the Frontlines

Working on the frontlines: Public Health Capacity and Community Health Assessement Post Disaster

Dr. Kahler Stone, an Assistant Professor of Epidemiology and Environmental Health Science at MTSU, has worked with local and state health departments on public health response capacity and community health assessments, specifically in post-disaster scenarios. Before MTSU, Dr. Stone was a field epidemiologist in Texas where he was involved with an array of public health issues ranging from communicable disease outbreaks to disaster epidemiology investigations. He also has worked internationally with non-governmental organizations conducting HIV research with partners such as the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). After Hurricane Harvey, he worked with environmental justice neighborhoods in documenting hazards left from flooding. He is originally from Texas, where he studied for each of his degrees at Texas A&M University.


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A Master of Public Health (MPH) degree is considered the calling card for practicing public health professionals. According to the Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH), an estimated 250,000 more public health workers will be needed by 2020. The MPH degree is the ideal route to gain the necessary knowledge, training and skills set for employment in public health. Our graduates are well-poised and prepared for careers in public health in a variety of settings at the local, state, national and international levels; whether within public or private sectors. In general, occupational options for MPH graduates include, but not limited to:

  • Health Education Specialist
  • Public Health Officer
  • Epidemiologist
  • Biostatistician
  • Policy Advisor
  • Program Analyst
  • Program Evaluator
  • Health Services Manager
  • Program Director
  • Project Coordinator
  • Health Promotion Specialist
  • Wellness Coordinator
  • Lifestyle Coach
  • Behavioral Scientist
  • Environmental Scientist

Graduate

A Master of Public Health (MPH) with concentrations in Community Health or Physical Activity, is one of three master’s degrees available from MTSU’s Department of Health and Human Performance.

Applicants must have

  • a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college;
  • an acceptable grade point average (GPA) in all college work taken;
  • acceptable scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).

For complete curriculum details, click on the REQUIREMENTS  tab above.

Other degree programs offered by HHP

The Health and Human Performance Department also offers an M.S. in Exercise Science and an M.S. in Leisure and Sport Management, with concentrations in Sport Industry and in Recreation and Leisure Services.

A doctoral program leads to the Ph.D. in Human Performance degree, with specializations in Exercise Science, Health, Kinesmetrics, Leisure Studies, or Physical Education.

Undergraduate majors in the department can attain a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Athletic TrainingExercise ScienceCommunity and Public Health (concentrations in Community and Public Health or Health Education and Lifetime Wellness); Leisure, Sport, and Tourism Studies; or Physical Education. Both a B.S. and Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree are available in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.

The department offers undergraduate minors in Athletic Coaching and Officiating, Driver and Traffic Safety Education, Health, Health and Physical Education, Health and Human Performance, Recreation, and Somatic Movement Education, and Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. 

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Community Health

Public Health, Community Health Concentration, M.P.H.

Andrew Owusu, Program Director
(615) 898-5878
Andrew.Owusu@mtsu.edu

The Public Health program with a concentration in Community Health offers preparation for a wide range of roles and settings within the public health arena, including non-governmental and governmental agencies at international, national, state, and local levels.

Please see undergraduate catalog for information regarding undergraduate programs.

Admission Requirements

Admission decisions will be made after reviewing all materials and determining the applicant's capacity, suitability, and preparation for graduate study. Admission decisions are based upon consideration of a number of criteria which are believed to indicate a high potential in the graduate program.

Admission to the Master of Science (M.S.) in Public Health program requires

  1. an earned bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college. The candidate must have earned undergraduate prerequisites of at least 18 semester hours in health and human performance professional courses or have a baccalaureate degree in an area determined by the admissions committee to be related to the competencies required in the field of health;
  2. an acceptable grade point average (GPA) in all college work taken;
  3. completion of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) with acceptable scores. Successful applicants typically have scores on the GRE Verbal and Quantitative measures which exceed 146 and 140 respectively with a total combined score that exceeds 286. The Analytical Writing Assessment score is also considered.

Application Procedures

All application materials are to be submitted to the College of Graduate Studies.

Application deadline: Applications for Summer/Fall admission must be complete by February 1, and applications for Spring admission must be complete by October 1. Late applicants who meet the admission criteria may be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Applicants must

  1. submit application with appropriate application fee (online at www.mtsu.edu/graduate/apply.php);
  2. submit official scores on the GRE;
  3. submit official transcripts of all previous college work;
  4. provide three letters of recommendation from persons who can address their academic qualifications and potential for success in graduate study;
  5. provide a 400-word statement of purpose giving their reasons for applying to the program, their academic interests, and their professional goals.

Degree Requirements

The Master of Public Health with a concentration in Community Health requires completion of a minimum of 39 semester hours.

 Candidate must

  1. complete either the thesis or non-thesis curriculum as detailed below in the Curriculum section;
  2. if choosing the thesis option,
    1. select a thesis committee composed of two members (one of whom must be from the Department of Health and Human Performance);
    2. successfully complete a written comprehensive examination during the last semester of coursework (may be taken no more than twice);
    3. successfully complete an oral examination relating to the thesis.
  3. if choosing the non-thesis option, successfully complete a written comprehensive examination during the last semester of coursework (may be taken no more than twice). Three credit hours of internship must also be completed.

Curriculum: Public Health, Community Health

The following illustrates the minimum coursework requirements.

Public Health Core Requirements (18 hours)

  • HHP 6610 - Research Methods in Health and Human Performance

    3credit hours

    Location of information, methods of research, methods of collecting data, application of the computer in analyzing data, and preparation and presentation of a research paper.

  • HLTH 6102 - Theory of Health Education and Behavior

    3credit hours

    (Same as PSY 6102.) Links behavioral change theory to the research and practice of interventions in health behaviors. Application of the theoretical constructs linked to design, implementation, and evaluation of individual and group behavioral change programs.

  • HLTH 6510 - The Nation's Health

    3credit hours

    Investigates the determinants of health and the role of public health and health care on the health status of the population of the United States. Study of biological, socioeconomic, cultural, and behavioral factors that influence health status and care in America.

  • HLTH 6850 - Methods in Epidemiology

    3credit hours

    Principles and methods of epidemiologic analysis including standardization; stratified analysis; confounding and its control; planning and conducting epidemiologic research; role of multivariate analysis in epidemiologic research.

  • HLTH 6870 - Health Promotion  3 credit hours  

    HLTH 6870 - Health Promotion

    3credit hours

    Health promotion knowledge as well as the ability to impart this knowledge to the lay population. In-depth information will be covered regarding lifestyle and its relationship to risk factors for cardiovascular disease and cancer.

  • STAT 6020 - Introduction to Biostatistics

    3credit hours

    Prerequisite: Introductory probability/statistics course or permission of instructor. Contemporary and medical research methodology for biostatistics. Descriptive and inferential statistics including parametric and nonparametric hypothesis testing methods, sample size, statistical significance and power, survival curve analysis, relative risk, odds ratios, chi square modeling, and analysis of variance. Data will be analyzed using statistical software.

Community Health Concentration (9 hours)

Choose 9 credit hours from the following:

  • HHP 6700 - Data Analysis and Organization for Human Performance

    3credit hours

    Pertinent skills needed to analyze and organize research data through introduction of concepts, principles, techniques, and activities that lead to the appropriate organization and analysis of research data collected for health and human performance.

  • HLTH 6320 - Global Health  3 credit hours  

    HLTH 6320 - Global Health

    3credit hours

    Explores patterns of medical care delivery and public health practices; factors that inhibit or enable the reduction of excess morbidity, mortality, and disease among the poor; threats to health resulting from economic crises, unhealthy environments, and risky behaviors; and demographic influences on the status of health around the world.

  • HLTH 6860 - Program Planning for Health Promotion

    3credit hours

    Program planning, theories and models of health education and promotion, development of interventions, and program implementation, including mission, goals, objectives, and activities of health education and promotion programs. Introduces needs assessment and program evaluation.

  • HLTH 6950 - Advanced Methods of Community Health Education

    3credit hours

    Review of program planning, development of interventions, and implementation of programs. Budgeting, needs assessment, and evaluation of health education and promotion programs covered.

  • NFS 6100 - Advanced Studies in Food and Culture in the United States

    3credit hours

    Focuses on health, culture, food, and nutrition habits of the most general ethnic and racial groups living in the United States. Comprehensive coverage includes Native Americans, Europeans, Africans, Mexicans and Central Americans, Chinese, Koreans, Southeast Asians, and Middle Easterners.

  • NFS 6210 - Vitamin and Mineral Metabolism

    3credit hours

    Prerequisite: CHEM 3530/3531 or equivalent. Sequential to NFS 5270 or equivalent. Metabolic functions and mechanisms of micronutrient action in human nutrition with an emphasis on physiological requirements, assessment techniques, and interrelationships in disease prevention. Offered alternate years.

  • NFS 6600 - Nutrition and Obesity: A Multidisciplinary Examination of Weight Issues

    3credit hours

    Examines the context, prevalence, causes, consequences, and treatment of obesity and weight-related issues in the United States and other developed and developing societies. Topics focus on the nutrition-related physiological, psychological, sociological, economic, and political aspects of obesity.

Electives (6 hours)

Chosen in consultation with an advisor

  • COMM 5560 - Intercultural Communication

    3credit hours

    Dynamics of the communication process as it functions in intercultural contexts; training for successful cross-cultural communication interactions.

  • HLTH 5450 - Technology Applications

    1credit hours

    Prerequisite: Introductory course in computer literacy or equivalent with instructor permission. Corequisite: HLTH 5451. Focus on understanding of and competency in use of a variety of technology applications related to the profession. Students required to enroll in the corresponding lab during the same semester.

  • HLTH 6010 - Holistic and Complementary Health Care

    3credit hours

    Concepts and theories that make up the disciplines and practices constituting the holistic and complementary approach to health promotion and disease treatment and prevention.

  • HLTH 6970 - Advanced Methods in Human Sexuality Education

    3credit hours

    Methodology, teaching techniques, and the organization of sexuality education programs for schools (K-12) and other community settings. Additional emphasis directed to concepts and information about human sexuality education, i.e., the psychological, physiological, sociological, and ethical aspects.

  • NFS 6200 - Advances in Carbohydrates, Lipids, and Proteins

    3credit hours

    Prerequisite: CHEM 3530/3531 or equivalent. Sequential to NFS 5270 or equivalent. Advanced study of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins with emphasis on the metabolic interactions at the cellular, tissue, and organ levels. Offered alternate years.

  • PSY 5630 - Death and Dying  3 credit hours  

    PSY 5630 - Death and Dying

    3credit hours

    An experiential course covering the folklore of thanatology, the funeral industry, handling grief, counseling the bereaved, the hospice concept. Objectives include an attempt to view death with equanimity and personal growth through confronting death.

Practicum Experience (3 hours)

  • HLTH 6910 - Special Problems  1 to 3 credit hours  
    (3 credit hours)(3 credit hours required)  dotslash:(3 credit hours required) title:(3 credit hours) 
    (3 credit hours required) 

    HLTH 6910 - Special Problems

    1 to 3credit hours

    (Same as EXSC 6910/PHED 6910/LSM 6910.) Individual study of current problems or areas of interest. S/U grading.

Graduate Project (3 hours)

  • HLTH 6640 - Thesis Research  1 to 6 credit hours  
    OR(3 credit hours required) OR  dotslash:(3 credit hours required) OR title:OR 
    (3 credit hours required) OR 

    HLTH 6640 - Thesis Research

    1 to 6credit hours

    (Same as EXSC 6640/PHED 6640/LSM 6640.) Selection of a research problem, review of pertinent literature, collection and analysis of data, and composition of thesis. Once enrolled, student should register for at least one credit hour of master's research each semester until completion. S/U grading.

  • HLTH 6880 - Internship and Special Projects  3 to 6 credit hours  
    (3 credit hours)(3 credit hours required)  dotslash:(3 credit hours required) title:(3 credit hours) 
    (3 credit hours required) 

    HLTH 6880 - Internship and Special Projects

    3 to 6credit hours

    (Same as EXSC 6880/PHED 6880/LSM 6880.) On-site practical experience in an exercise science, health promotion, or sport management program. Those with extensive work experience will develop, implement, and conclude a project (research or applied) in consultation with the major professor.

Program Notes

Candidate must

  1. file a degree plan in the College of Graduate Studies prior to entry into the program;
  2. file a Notice of Intent to Graduate form in the College of Graduate Studies within the first two weeks of the term in which candidate intends to graduate.

Physical Activity

Public Health, Physical Activity Concentration, M.P.H.

Dr. Don Belcher, Program Director
(615) 898-2904
Don.Belcher@mtsu.edu

The Physical Activity concentration is intended for those who seek advanced pedagogical knowledge and skill related to the teaching/coaching of physical activity.

Please see undergraduate catalog for information regarding undergraduate programs.

Admission Requirements

Admission decisions will be made after reviewing all materials and determining the applicant's capacity, suitability, and preparation for graduate study. Admission decisions are based upon consideration of a number of criteria which are believed to indicate a high potential in the graduate program.

 Admission requires

  1. an earned bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college. The candidate must have earned undergraduate prerequisites of at least 18 semester hours in health and human performance professional courses or have a baccalaureate degree in an area determined by the admissions committee to be related to the competencies required in the field of physical education;
  2. an acceptable grade point average (GPA) in all college work taken;
  3. completion of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) with acceptable scores. Successful applicants typically have scores on the GRE Verbal and Quantitative measures which exceed 146 and 140 respectively with a total combined score that exceeds 286. The Analytical Writing Assessment score from the GRE is also considered.

Application Procedures

All application materials are to be submitted to the College of Graduate Studies.

Application deadline: Applications for Summer/Fall admission must be complete by February 1, and applications for Spring admission must be complete by October 1. Late applicants who meet the admission criteria may be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Applicants must:

  1. submit application with appropriate application fee (online at www.mtsu.edu/graduate/apply.php);
  2. submit official scores on the GRE;
  3. submit official transcripts of all previous college work;
  4. provide three letters of recommendation from persons who can address their academic qualifications and potential for success in graduate study;
  5. provide a 400-word statement of purpose giving their reasons for applying to the program, their academic interests, and their professional goals.

All of the above requirements must be completed.

Degree Requirements

The Master of Public Health with a concentration in Physical Activity requires completion of a minimum of 39 semester hours.

Candidate must 

  1. complete either the thesis or non-thesis curriculum as detailed below in the Curriculum section. 
  2. if choosing the thesis option, 
    1. select a thesis committee composed of two members (at least one of whom must be from the Department of Health and Human Performance); 
    2. successfully complete a written comprehensive examination during the last semester of coursework (may be taken no more than twice);
    3. successfully complete an oral examination relating to the thesis.
  3. if choosing the non-thesis option, successfully complete a written comprehensive examination during the last semester of coursework (may be taken no more than twice). Three credit hours of internship must also be completed.

Curriculum: Public Health, Physical Activity

The following illustrates the minimum coursework requirements.

Public Health Core (18 hours)

  • HHP 6610 - Research Methods in Health and Human Performance

    3credit hours

    Location of information, methods of research, methods of collecting data, application of the computer in analyzing data, and preparation and presentation of a research paper.

  • HLTH 6102 - Theory of Health Education and Behavior

    3credit hours

    (Same as PSY 6102.) Links behavioral change theory to the research and practice of interventions in health behaviors. Application of the theoretical constructs linked to design, implementation, and evaluation of individual and group behavioral change programs.

  • HLTH 6510 - The Nation's Health

    3credit hours

    Investigates the determinants of health and the role of public health and health care on the health status of the population of the United States. Study of biological, socioeconomic, cultural, and behavioral factors that influence health status and care in America.

  • HLTH 6850 - Methods in Epidemiology

    3credit hours

    Principles and methods of epidemiologic analysis including standardization; stratified analysis; confounding and its control; planning and conducting epidemiologic research; role of multivariate analysis in epidemiologic research.

  • HLTH 6870 - Health Promotion  3 credit hours  

    HLTH 6870 - Health Promotion

    3credit hours

    Health promotion knowledge as well as the ability to impart this knowledge to the lay population. In-depth information will be covered regarding lifestyle and its relationship to risk factors for cardiovascular disease and cancer.

  • STAT 6020 - Introduction to Biostatistics

    3credit hours

    Prerequisite: Introductory probability/statistics course or permission of instructor. Contemporary and medical research methodology for biostatistics. Descriptive and inferential statistics including parametric and nonparametric hypothesis testing methods, sample size, statistical significance and power, survival curve analysis, relative risk, odds ratios, chi square modeling, and analysis of variance. Data will be analyzed using statistical software.

Physical Activity Concentration (9 hours)

  • EXSC 6650 - Exercise Physiology

    3credit hours

    Principles of exercise physiology. Acute responses and chronic adaptations of the body to physical activity, exercise, and sports participation and their impact on homeostasis examined. Physiological systems examined in detail.

  • HHP 6700 - Data Analysis and Organization for Human Performance

    3credit hours

    Pertinent skills needed to analyze and organize research data through introduction of concepts, principles, techniques, and activities that lead to the appropriate organization and analysis of research data collected for health and human performance.

  • PHED 5340 - Fitness Education for the Adult

    3credit hours

    (Same as HLTH 5340.) Planning, teaching, and participating in individual and group fitness programs for the adult. Administers and interprets assessments of related components with an understanding of physiological principles related to exercise in the adult. Major lifetime wellness activities covered.

  • PHED 6090 - Motor Learning in Physical Education

    3credit hours

    Theories of learning related to the acquisition of motor skills; a review of the literature pertaining to motor skill development and the implications for teaching.

  • PHED 6680 - Current Issues in Physical Education Pedagogy

    3credit hours

    Examines current issues in contemporary physical education pedagogy with an emphasis on teaching P-16 physical education. Particular attention given to professional issues for practitioners teaching physical education in the public schools and trends in current professional literature.

Electives (6 hours)

Chosen in consultation with an advisor

  • COMM 5560 - Intercultural Communication

    3credit hours

    Dynamics of the communication process as it functions in intercultural contexts; training for successful cross-cultural communication interactions.

  • HLTH 6010 - Holistic and Complementary Health Care

    3credit hours

    Concepts and theories that make up the disciplines and practices constituting the holistic and complementary approach to health promotion and disease treatment and prevention.

  • HSC 6530 - Effective Program Management

    3credit hours

    Integration of human sciences concepts and content with the principles of program management, including planning, organization, staffing, implementation, and evaluation.

  • HLTH 6950 - Advanced Methods of Community Health Education

    3credit hours

    Review of program planning, development of interventions, and implementation of programs. Budgeting, needs assessment, and evaluation of health education and promotion programs covered.

  • HLTH 6970 - Advanced Methods in Human Sexuality Education

    3credit hours

    Methodology, teaching techniques, and the organization of sexuality education programs for schools (K-12) and other community settings. Additional emphasis directed to concepts and information about human sexuality education, i.e., the psychological, physiological, sociological, and ethical aspects.

  • PHED 6801 - Advanced Sport and Exercise Psychology

    3credit hours

    Examines the psychological factors that explain high quality performance in sport and exercise. Sample topics include motivation, coaching psychology, the use of mental skills, communication strategies, and factors that affect participation and adherence to exercise.

  • PHED 5600 - Technology Applications

    1credit hours

    (Same as HLTH 5450/REC 5600.) Prerequisite: Introductory course in computer literacy or equivalent with instructor permission. Corequisite: PHED 5601. Focus on understanding of and competency in use of a variety of technology applications related to the profession. Students will be required to enroll in the corresponding lab during the same semester.

  • PHED 5601 - Technology Applications Lab

    2credit hours

    (Same as HLTH 5451/REC 5601.) Corequisite: PHED 5600. Investigation and application of profession-specific software and hardware applications.

  • PHED 6000 - Adapted Physical Activity

    3credit hours

    Identifies current topics and procedures for testing and programming as well as current research findings and practices to assist students in developing necessary skills to design and implement appropriate physical activity for individuals with disabilities.

  • PHED 6090 - Motor Learning in Physical Education

    3credit hours

    Theories of learning related to the acquisition of motor skills; a review of the literature pertaining to motor skill development and the implications for teaching.

  • PSY 5630 - Death and Dying  3 credit hours  

    PSY 5630 - Death and Dying

    3credit hours

    An experiential course covering the folklore of thanatology, the funeral industry, handling grief, counseling the bereaved, the hospice concept. Objectives include an attempt to view death with equanimity and personal growth through confronting death.

Practicum Experience (3 hours)

  • HLTH 6910 - Special Problems  1 to 3 credit hours  
    (3 credit hours)(3 credit hours required)  dotslash:(3 credit hours required) title:(3 credit hours) 
    (3 credit hours required) 

    HLTH 6910 - Special Problems

    1 to 3credit hours

    (Same as EXSC 6910/PHED 6910/LSM 6910.) Individual study of current problems or areas of interest. S/U grading.

Graduate Project (3 hours)

  • HLTH 6640 - Thesis Research  1 to 6 credit hours  
    (3 credit hours)(3 credit hours required) OR  dotslash:(3 credit hours required) OR title:(3 credit hours) 
    (3 credit hours required) OR 

    HLTH 6640 - Thesis Research

    1 to 6credit hours

    (Same as EXSC 6640/PHED 6640/LSM 6640.) Selection of a research problem, review of pertinent literature, collection and analysis of data, and composition of thesis. Once enrolled, student should register for at least one credit hour of master's research each semester until completion. S/U grading.

  • HLTH 6880 - Internship and Special Projects  3 to 6 credit hours  
    (3 credit hours)(3 credit hours required)  dotslash:(3 credit hours required) title:(3 credit hours) 
    (3 credit hours required) 

    HLTH 6880 - Internship and Special Projects

    3 to 6credit hours

    (Same as EXSC 6880/PHED 6880/LSM 6880.) On-site practical experience in an exercise science, health promotion, or sport management program. Those with extensive work experience will develop, implement, and conclude a project (research or applied) in consultation with the major professor.

Program Notes

Candidate must

  1. file a degree plan in the College of Graduate Studies prior to entry into the program;
  2. file a Notice of Intent to Graduate form in the College of Graduate Studies within the first two weeks of the term in which candidate intends to graduate.

 

Additional Information

Contact Information

Ann Dismukes 
Ann.Dismukes@mtsu.edu
615-898-2147

Who is My Advisor?

Health Concentration

Andrew Owusu
Andrew.Owusu@mtsu.edu
615-898-5878

Physical Education Concentration

Don Belcher
Don.Belcher@mtsu.edu
615-898-2904

Mailing Address

Department of Health and Human Performance
Middle Tennessee State University
MTSU Box 96
1301 East Main Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37132


College of Graduate Studies
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1301 East Main Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37132

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