Review the MS/MA vs MEd information. This comparison page will help you to decide which program is the best fit for your educational and professional goals.
The School reviews applications on an ongoing basis. Application deadlines for specific academic terms are the following dates.
For the Physical Activity and Health program competitive students will have the following:
For the Sport and Exercise Science program competitive students will have the following:
For the Sport Management program competitive students will have the following:
All application materials should be submitted directly to the online application system. The School cannot review applications until all of the required materials listed below are submitted successfully.
A decision for admission notice will be emailed to applicants once:
Applicants are typically notified of admission decisions 2-4 weeks after their complete application has been submitted.
The TOEFL, MELAB, or IELTS is generally required of all applicants whose first language is not English, regardless of U.S. Citizenship status.
Exceptions may be granted for applicants who will have completed 16 semester or 24 quarter credits within the past 24 months in residence as a full-time student at an accredited institution of higher learning in the United States before entering the University of Minnesota.
|TOEFL||550 (paper based) or 79 (Internet based)|
Please review the University policy on applying graduate credits to degree requirements. Transfer courses must be completed at the graduate level and approved by the academic advisor. Academic advisors can assist with individual needs and questions.
Please contact the MEd Advisor if you have any questions regarding the online application.
See the official University catalog for the Physical Activity and Health MEd, the Sport and Exercise Science MEd, and the Sport Management MEd.
Physical Activity and Health MEd
Sport and Exercise Science MEd
Graduate and Professional program tuition and fees
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Zan Gao, PhD
Director of Graduate Studies
Christopher Lundstrom, PhD
Lecturer, Sport and Exercise Science
Sport and Exercise Science;
Physical Activity and Health
Vicki Schull, PhD
Lecturer, Sport Management
MEd Director, Sport Management
Graduate Program Coordinator
& MEd Advisor