The Department of Health and Human Performance is committed to preparing teachers and coaches for challenges of recreational education, promoting health habits in our students, and providing leadership activities related to the profession.
In addition to the general requirements for admission to Graduate School, applicants for admission to the Master of Science in Health and Human Performance must meet the following requirements:
- An undergraduate major or minor in health and human performance or related field of study
- Three hours each of exercise physiology and tests and measures
About McNeese State University
The McNeese campus, located in Lake Charles, Louisiana, consists of the 121-acre main campus, the 503-acre Farm, the 65-acre Doland Athletics Complex, and nearly 1,600 acres of donated farm property used for research, farming, and ranching. The main campus, dotted with live oak trees and azaleas, comprises approximately 30 buildings including the three original structures - Kaufman Hall, Ralph O. Ward Memorial Gym (the Arena), and Francis G. Bulber Auditorium. Bulber Auditorium, a striking example of Art Deco architecture, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.