Option in Individualized Studies
This option is designed to provide the student with curriculum activities that combine one or more option areas into a program of study. This option is developed by the student with the advisement of a graduate faculty member and/or the Associate Chair for Graduate Studies. A statement of rationale for the proposal must accompany the program of study.
1. Required Course (3 units)
KIN 696 Research Methods and Statistical Analysis (3);
2. Select A, B, or C (33 units):
A. Thesis/Project: KIN 698 Thesis/Project (6 units) and complete 27 advisor approved Elective units focused on a specific theme of study.
B. Capstone: KIN 694 Capstone in Kinesiology (3 units) and complete 30 advisor approved Elective units focused on a specific theme of study.
C. Comprehensive Examination: Achieve passing scores on the written and oral sections of the Graduate Comprehensive exam and complete 33 advisor-approved Elective units focused on a specific theme of study.3. Complete at least seventy percent (70%) of the minimum units required for the program of study in courses at the 500/600 level, including double-numbered courses.
For answers to questions regarding the Individualized Individualized Program, and Generalized Areas, contact Grant Hill, Ph.D.