Exercise Science MSc Program
The School of Health & Human Performance at Northern Michigan University (NMU) would like to invite applications for our MSc in Exercise Science.
The graduate program application information is available on-line from NMU Graduate Studies.
Additional information for International students is available from
NMU International Affairs Office.
For a listing of faculty please visit: https://www.nmu.edu/hhp/faculty-and-staff
Details on the Exercise Science MSc program are available here and here

Exercise Science Graduate Assistantships
The exercise science program is offering two graduate assistant positions for the coming 2020-2021 academic year. Graduate assistants are assigned responsibilities that may include teaching laboratory sections for exercise physiology, biomechanics or anatomical/mechanical kinesiology, teaching in the Health Promotion activities program, working with Northern Michigan University's adult fitness program, and/or assisting faculty with research. Graduate assistants are typically assigned a semester workload equivalent to 16-20 hours per week and receive a $9300 stipend (2019), plus tuition waiver for 16 credits per year.
  • Applicants interested in being considered for a graduate assistant award must meet the standards listed under admission requirements for regular admission.
  • Graduate assistant applicants normally need to be accepted into the MSc Exercise Science Program before applying for a GA position
  • Graduate assistant applicants must submit
    • A GA Application Form
    • Three letters of recommendation,
    • A one-page personal statement, a
    • An assessment of the ability to teach health promotion and physical activities, science laboratory sections, and perform in an exercise leadership role and/or research role (GA Teaching Checklist).

GA Application materials need to be submitted via email to Dr Sarah Breen (sabreen@nmu.edu) before February 15th

For further information contact Dr Sarah Breen