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Butcher, Monique
01-31-2003, 12:33 AM
BARRY UNIVERSITY

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MOVEMENT SCIENCE

(Specializations: BIOMECHANICS, EXERCISE SCIENCE, SPORT PSYCHOLOGY,
ATHLETIC TRAINING)

GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS/GRANTS



The Department of Sport and Exercise Science at Barry University is pleased
to announce graduate Master of Science scholarship/grants opportunities for
qualified individuals in the areas of Movement Science. Awards range from
$1,500 to $5,400 a year. Full-time enrollment in a minimum of 9 credit
hours per semester OR 18 credit hours per year is required to be eligible
for these awards. They are based primarily on the undergraduate's grade
point average. Please contact Mr. Bryan Anderson, graduate marketing
recruiter, for more detailed information on the scholarship/grant by
electronic mail at banderson@mail.barry.edu or by telephone at
1-305-899-3490 (USA).



Barry University is an independent, coeducational, Catholic international
institution of approximately 8,000 students, and is located in Miami Shores,
FL, USA. The University attracts a diverse student body, including
traditional and non-traditional students from a variety of geographics,
ethnic, religious and socio-economic backgrounds who are committed to taking
full advantage of the opportunities provided for learning and personal
growth. For more information about Barry University visit the web site at
http://www.barry.edu (The movement science
programs are located in the school of Human Performance and Leisure Sciences
under Graduate Programs)





The Movement Science program at Barry University offers specializations in
Biomechanics, Exercise Science, Sport Psychology and Athletic Training.
With particular regard to the Biomechanics program, the Laboratory houses an
AMTI force plate, four 60 Hz cameras, two 120 Hz cameras, a Biopac
electromyography unit, and the Peak Motus Motion Measurement System.
Students can complete the degree in Biomechanics in two years and take such
courses as Biomechanics of Musculoskeletal Injury, Laboratory
Instrumentation, Qualitative Biomechanics, and LabVIEW. Prerequisites for
admission to the graduate program includes:



1. 3.0 or higher GPA
2. 1000 or higher GRE
3. 3 letters of recommendation
4. transcripts confirming Bachelor degree
5. courses in anatomy, physiology, calculus, physics and
kinesiology/biomechanics



For more information about the Biomechanics specialization at Barry
University, please contact Dr. Monique Butcher ATC/L electronically at
mbutcher@mail.barry.edu or by telephone at 1-305-899-3064 (USA).







Monique Butcher PhD ATC/L

Assoc. Professor, Athletic Training and Biomechanics

Coordinator, Graduate Biomechanics

Dept. of Sport and Exercise Sciences

Barry University

11300 NE 2nd Ave.

Miami Shores, FL 33161

phone: (305) 899-3064

fax: (305) 899-4809

http://www.barry.edu





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